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Thuong-Tri Nguyen

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  • Is it illegal to ejaculate on someone's car?

    Thuong-Tri’s Answer

    Ejaculate generally has DNA that can be traced back to the person who ejaculated. That often is how rapists are found, charged, and convicted.

    Unless the vehicle was in an enclosed garage not open to other persons, there probably are violations of public indecency.

    Unless the ejaculator owns the vehicle, there likely is destruction of someone's property.

    If the ejaculator knows the owner of the vehicle, there likely are charges for harassment.

    You can report the information to the police to see what the police is willing to do for you.

    Unless you know who the ejaculator is, the police may be inclined to not do much about the information. DNA testing costs money. Tracing that DNA takes time and other resources if the DNA profile for the ejaculator is not already in the system. Without someone being immediately harmed, the police likely is going to concentrate on more pressing crimes.

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  • How can I sue an online company?

    Thuong-Tri’s Answer

    You probably have been scammed. That is, the company never existed to do legitimate transactions but merely to take money from unsuspecting persons without delivering any goods.

    If you paid by credit card, you should promptly file a dispute with your credit card issuer. A dispute generally can be filed only within 2 billing cycles. You need to act quickly before you lose your right to dispute with the credit card issuer.

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  • How can i report cyberbullying if the bully is from another country?

    Thuong-Tri’s Answer

    Unless you asked for the material, sending you sexually explicit material would be criminal law violations for the senders. The police will definitely investigate child pornography.

    Your post is from Seattle, WA, and you reference "nyc". NYC usually refers to New York City. Both New York and WA are in the US. Your statement that "the bully is from another country" does not make sense if you are both in the US.

    In any case, you appear to be a minor. What you should do is talk with your parents or with some trusted adult if your parents are not available to help you. Those persons will help you report the information to your local police.

    The police departments do work with each other, even if they are in different states or in different countries.

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  • How do I remove my ex girlfriend from the home deed?

    Thuong-Tri’s Answer

    Does the former girlfriend want to be a legal owner of the real property? If she is a legal owner of the real property, you cannot on your own remove her name from the title.

    If she does not want to be an owner of the real property, you and she can sign the appropriate deed and real estate excise tax affidavit for her name to be removed from the title.

    If you think she has no claim to the real property but she thinks she has claims to the real property, you will need to put the issue before the court for the court to decide who are the legal owners of the real property.

    If you do not want to be a legal owner of the real property but she wants to be, you and she can sign the appropriate deed and real estate excise tax affidavit for your name to be removed from the title. She will need to refinance to remove you from being a borrower on your loan agreement with the lender.

    You can review the specific facts with your attorney to find out your legal options.

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  • Can I sue my landlord for evicting me with a 5 day verbal request to vacate during covid-19? I was living on Tulalip reservation

    Thuong-Tri’s Answer

    "I was living on Tulalip reservation" probably means you are legally outside of WA and the WA Residential Landlord-Tenant Act does not apply.

    Recognized Indian tribes are sovereign. That is, they have their own laws and are not subject to WA laws.

    "File a police report for Unlawful Eviction?" The tribe probably has its own law enforcement agency. You can contact that agency to see what the officers there are willing to do for you.

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  • Career change in process as Child Support Modification was initiated?

    Thuong-Tri’s Answer

    You can bring up the issue to the court's attention. If the court finds that you do not have bad motive in reducing your income to reduce your child support, the court can enter orders that use your new job's income for the next few months and then increase to your eventual income.

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  • What am I required to do?

    Thuong-Tri’s Answer

    Unless the daughter was the one that paid for the birth certificate and filled out the forms to obtain the SS card and the birth certificate, you can tell the attorney that you are not responsible for providing an adult with the adult's documents and that she can contact the relevant government offices to obtain them.

    Hiring an attorney likely will cost much more than just paying less than $30 to obtain the birth certificate from the Vital Statistics office. Obtaining the Social Security is free from the SSA.

    Of course, if you are feeling generous, you can provide either the originals or photocopies of these documents to the daughter, again.

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  • If my friend lost all rights for his daughter over 15 years ago, does he still have to pay child support?

    Thuong-Tri’s Answer

    "I thought if you lost all rights you are no longer responsible." You would be wrong. Not being allowed to see the daughter does not necessarily mean his parental rights were terminated. If his parental rights were terminated by the court, his parental responsibilities would also have been terminated (meaning that he would not be liable for future child support once the court ended his parental rights).

    What likely happened in your friend's case is that his parental rights were not terminated but were highly restricted. That is, he cannot have any contact with the child but he still must pay child support for the child.

    Your friend will need to review his court file to see what happened in the court case.

    He can review the specific facts with his attorney to find out his legal options.

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  • My adult son moved in with me , what are my rights to get him out?

    Thuong-Tri’s Answer

    There is no moratorium that expires in July 2021.

    The current federal moratorium expires on 31 March 2021. The coronavirus law making its way through Congress right now is expected to extend the federal moratorium to end of September 2021.

    However, that has not become law. Moreover, this week, a federal judge ruled that the federal moratorium is unconstitutional.

    The federal executive is expected to appeal the court's ruling.

    The state's moratorium is set to expire 31 March 2021. Whether the governor will again extend the moratorium will be known in a few weeks.

    There is no protection under any of the moratoriums for a tenant who is a health or safety hazard. "He’s become verbally abusive & my physical & mental health are suffering." You can ask the court to decide whether your son can be evicted.

    You can review the specific facts with your attorney to find out your legal options.

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  • I would like more time to get legal assitance to answser a divorice summons ?

    Thuong-Tri’s Answer

    The pattern summons for a divorce in WA states that the respondent has 20 days to respond if served in WA and 60 days to respond if served outside of WA. While those listed periods are true, that is not the whole story.

    Because the courts in WA cannot enter final orders in a divorce case until at least 90 days have passed from the later of the service of the summons and petition and the filing of the summons and petition, filing a response on day 89 does not necessarily cause the respondent any harm. Filing just a notice of appearance on day 89 also does not cause the respondent any harm. To get a default judgment, the petitioner would need to serve the respondent with a motion for default which requires at least a week to be heard.

    Unless 90 days will soon be over since you were served, you do not need to worry about asking the court for more time to respond. Just spend the time to look for help. You can file a notice of appearance so that the petitioner will need to serve you the motion for default.

    Once you have hired an attorney, the attorney will file the necessary documents for you.

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