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  • MY DAUGHTER FATHER IS DEPORTED, HOW I GET SOLE CUSTODY NOW

    We used to have joint custody, and i have residential custody. Now he is deported to his country and i want to get a paper saying that i have the sole custody. how i get that? thanks

    Mark’s Answer

    You'll need to file a proper Motion to Modify Legal Custody. If you know where your daughter's father is living now, you will need to serve him with a copy of your motion. Then, you'll need to have a hearing on this case to get a court order from the judge.

    Under the circumstances, I recommend that you use a lawyer for this. I can certainly help you with this. Please feel free to call me.

    Mark S. Guralnick, Esq.
    (973) 682-9999

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  • What can I do if I had an accident at a restaurant?

    I went to eat a at restaurant and a big table fell on my foot the restaurant did not pay for nothing...What can I do?

    Mark’s Answer

    First, make sure you get your foot treated. See a doctor, and deal with your physical health first. Then, make sure you've taken pictures of the injured foot, and any other relevant items. Get the names and contact information for any witnesses who saw the incident happen. Do not sign any statements, or give any statements by phone or in person.

    If your injuries are causing you to miss work, school or other life activities, be sure to keep a good record of everything you're missing and what money you're losing in the process.

    You should call an attorney to assist you with this process. An attorney can make a proper claim against the restaurant's insurance carrier to cover you medical bills, expenses, pain and suffering. If the restaurant won't cooperate, an attorney can sue them for you.

    Feel free to call our law office. I'd be happy to assist you.

    MARK S. GURALNICK
    866-337-2900

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  • Have a contract for 71 % of what company makes but they are only paying 48%

    do they owe me money, this was signed in 2007 but they have nnever paid the 71% said the contract was not sent to their home office. I was ask to sign and fax back to them which I did!

    Mark’s Answer

    If both sides signed the contract, and if the contract is otherwise valid, then you are entitled to the compensation you bargained for. I would like to look over the contract in order to give you a more detailed opinion about how to proceed. Please feel free to fax the contract to me at 800-613-2585. Please also feel free to call me to discuss at 866-337-2900.

    Mark S. Guralnick, Esq.

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  • Nephew was arrested for 2nd degree aggravated assault with a unlawful weapon.

    Nephew was arrested for 2nd degree aggravated assault with a unlawful weapon He got into a fight and hit the other person with a pipe which sent him to the hospital 5000 bail and released Would he be eligible for PTI First offense over age 18 howe...

    Mark’s Answer

    PTI is always up the Prosecutor's Office, but in this case he may have difficulty qualifying because of the seriousness of the crime.

    Are there any defenses? Was he provoked? Was it self-defense? Your nephew should make sure that's he putting together a strong defense, which will increase your ability to bargain with the prosecutor.

    If you wish to hire an attorney, please feel free to contact me. I am an experienced criminal defense lawyer as well as a licensed private detective.

    MARK S. GURALNICK

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  • My mom has a warrant out for her arrest from years ago for not paying fines.Can she start paying them back without going to jail

    My mom got stop driving without having license, insurance, and regisation.

    Mark’s Answer

    Probably...but your mother should get the assistance of a lawyer to contact the prosecutor in Cumberland County, to make arrangements for a payback plan. It may be necessary to file a motion in Vineland Municipal Court.

    If she needs help, please feel free to contact me, I'd be happy to help.

    Mark S. Guralnick, Esq.
    (856) 983-9900

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  • My son was indicted with 2 counts of 2nd degree murder and many counts of robbery,burglary& assault in all 3 degrees for all

    he is being held as the getaway driver for a robbery and murder that took place with 3 other people that actually did the actions.he was nowhere near the crime scene.he has no criminal history unlike the others.the police did harrass & threatend h...

    Mark’s Answer

    This sounds like a very serious situation, and I would encourage your son to act aggressively as early as possible because the district attorney always has the timing advantages in this kind of case.

    If he was coerced to give a statement, you may need to file a suppression motion to get the statement "suppressed" or thrown out of evidence. There may be other defenses and motions that can be raised in this case. If three other people were involved, you should be conducting an investigation into this situation right away.

    I am happy to help your son if he is not already represented by a defense attorney. I am not only an experienced criminal defense lawyer, but I am a licensed private detective as well.

    Please feel free to contact me.

    MARK S. GURALNICK
    Office: 1-866-337-2900
    Cell Phone; 646-932-9900
    msglegal@comcast.net

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  • Mother of my child moved with new husband to England and won't send my child for ordered visitation

    The mother of my child moved my son to England and will not send him for my court ordered visitation. Her new husband is stationed there in the military. The order was set in Florida and they haven't lived there in years. The have lived in differe...

    Mark’s Answer

    It sounds to me like you may have a right to file a petition for contempt, or to invoke an action under the Hague Convention, which is an international treaty governing custody, visitation, and child abduction.

    I am a Kentucky lawyer as well as an English lawyer (a solicitor of England and Wales). Please feel free to contact me.

    Mark S. Guralnick, Esq.
    1-866-337-2900

    I'd also like to invite you to follow me on Twitter where I give out daily custody tips. http://twitter.com/DailyCustodyTip

    Also, please visit my blog on Daily Custody Tips at http://custodytip.com/

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  • Was granted joint custody years ago went for full custody but got denied any rights to see my son.

    I was granted joint custody of my son and his mother hasnt been bringing him to see me . she also has changed addresses and phone numbers so i ccant contact them. we went to court and a different judge granted full custody to his mother and said i...

    Mark’s Answer

    Sounds like you need to file a motion to enforce litigant's rights, in order to hold the mother in contempt for not bringing the child to you. It may also be necessary to have an expert witness perform an evaluation of the situation, which will help you get through to the judge. I have a great deal of experience in Camden County, and would be happy to help you. Please feel free to call.

    Mark S. Guralnick, Esq.
    (856) 983-9900
    www.custodylawyernewjersey.com

    NEW JERSEY CUSTODY LAWYER

    If you want more information about this, check out my website on New Jersey Custody Law. It's located at www.CustodyLawyerNewJersey.com

    I'd also like to invite you to follow me on Twitter where I give out daily custody tips. http://twitter.com/DailyCustodyTip

    Also, please visit my blog on Daily Custody Tips at http://dailycustodytip.blogspot.com/

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  • A new company owning a part of another company and other liability issues?!

    Incorporating my new company, primarily will be doing marketing,advertising. My friend is starting a wholesale clothing company and offering me 33% of the company for free.Kindly help: 1) If my company owns 33% of his company, so how would the...

    Mark’s Answer

    First, be sure that you and your friend retain separate lawyers and that you draft an agreement that clearly spells out the terms of your business-sharing arrangement.

    Your company need not own 33% of his company. You can receive 33% of the shares of stock in his company as an individual, or through a separate business entity if you prefer. There are many different tax questions -- corporate or business income tax, sales tax, mercantile tax, etc. I'm going to need much more information to assist you (and advise you) concerning the tax questions.

    If your friend's clothing company is sued, the Plaintiff cannot come after a separate marketing business owned by you, unless there is some argument that your business is responsible for the damages that caused the Plaintiff to file the lawsuit. Simply owning shares doesn't make your separate corporation responsible. But there are ways we can organize the two companies to provide the maximum amount of insulation and protection from lawsuits.

    This is the kind of situation that you should consult with an attorney. Feel free to call me.
    I have two MBA's and 25 years experience as an attorney.

    We have offices throughout New Jersey. I'd be happy to meet with you to discuss these issues. (No charge for initial consultations). Or free to call me or email me at any time. My contact information is below.

    Mark S. Guralnick, Esq.
    (201) 804-9000
    (973) 682-9999
    (732) 342-9292
    (609) 720-9700
    (856) 983-9900

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  • How do I go about vacating a default judgement

    Person reaceived a judgement because they claim that iI am responsible for the interest and penalties that are due IRS.

    Mark’s Answer

    You'll need to file a motion to vacate a default judgment, along with a brief citing your reasons under Rule 4:50.

    You should hire a lawyers for this.

    Please call if we can help.

    Mark S. Guralnick, Esq.
    (973) 682-9999

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