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Neville Joseph Bedford

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  • I have visitations with my daughter that has been going on since our divorced but now the dad wants me to take her more.

    Can the court make me take her more ?

    Neville’s Answer

    Visitation is a right and not an obligation. So, no the court cannot force you to spend more time with your daughter. Of course as the great parent I suspect you are, I am confident you will do all you can to do everything you can that is in her best interest. If you do find yourself facing a complaint in the court, consider enlisting the services of a good attorney to assist you in resolving the matter most expeditiously.

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  • Can our landlord put a political sign at our business?

    Unfortunately we do not actually have a lease to refer to but our landlords put a HUGE at least 3x4 Trump sign on the front lawn of our business between our yard and the next door yard that they also own and it has cut our profit in half over the ...

    Neville’s Answer

    Sorry to hear about this situation. It should be over in a few months even if you do nothing. Consider moving to a better place. . . (Canada comes to mind). No one should have to suffer a tenancy under such conditions.. even a commercial tenancy. Consult with an attorney, review zoning and other local ordinances. AND Remember to VOTE.

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  • Is my marriage legal if my husbands 1st & last name is completely different than his birth certificate?

    I was married in a different state than where I reside. I discovered months later my husband's 1st name was not the name he told me. Now recently I discovered his birth name is completely different, including his last name, than what he is now goi...

    Neville’s Answer

    Meet with an attorney and bring all of the documents you have to support this information, if you cannot reconcile with this man (or men) or whomever they are, you may want to explore options in divorce. if he/them has already left you, I suspect he/they may be difficult to track down.

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  • Will I be found in contempt?

    I need some help and advice. My ex gave me my kids and I have primary custody with her having visitation every other weekend and Sunday's. She recently put a restraining order against me under false accusations saying I had someone following her a...

    Neville’s Answer

    In the end, the Judge gets to decide what they see is CONTEMPT of their orders. These cases are best heard in court, not on an INTERNET chat board. The assistance of an experienced family court attorney can be most valuable in navigating the complex and time consuming process. The court sometimes allows for exchange between third parties to facilitate ongoing parenting time when there is a restraining order. You would do well to engage an attorney to assist you if you haven't already.

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  • Enforcement recovery service Sweden

    I have being charged a late payment fee and additional fee from the Swedish Transport Agency, since January 2016. Back in September 2015, while returning from my last road trip through Europe, I was completely unaware that I would have been charge...

    Neville’s Answer

    8.6 Swedish Krona is roughly equivalent to $1 ...I'd suggest that you take some of the money you received after selling the car and send it to them so you'll be free to travel Europe again in the future without worry.

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  • What rights do i have and dont i have

    Hi ibwas wondering what rights i have and dont have i am 27 and my gf is 16 yes big age difference but she is pregnant and her parents are not to happy wich is understandable but they want to put a restraining order on me or stop with contact of m...

    Neville’s Answer

    As she is still a minor and as yet unmarried she is under the direction of her parents...a minor.They will have significant input into her well-being and child aWelfare decisions. You may have support obligations and some rights of visitation.visit your local family attorney and discuss your options in private.

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  • Can I still change my daughters last name?

    My 6 year old daughter hasn't seen her biological father for over 4 years and all of a sudden he's taking me to court for visitation. She has no idea who he is and calls someone else dad. She has his last name and I'm trying to change it to mine. ...

    Neville’s Answer

    If he is on her birth certificate and he does not Iagree to any change .. that will be up to the judge to decide should you petition the court... best attempted with the assistance of an able attorney

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  • Is my landlord allowed to tell me my son and his friends can't play in the yard?

    I live in a duplex with a fairly big back yard. My landlord was mowing the lawn yesterday morning, and my son was indoors playing video games, and afterwards, we all went to the aquarium for the day. My son never went outside. I think the landlord...

    Neville’s Answer

    Check the lease agreement. Consider and discuss having insurance that covers liability should anything happen to your young guests. Discuss that with your landlord so they can be assured that the liability is covered. Keep the kids indoors while the grass is being cut as lawnmowers sometimes cast off rocks and debris at a dangerous speed.

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  • Can I go to the training school for having 1.8k fake money in my pockets that I had found? But I wasn't using or passing around

    Was caught with 1.8k fake money wasn't using it I just had found it

    Neville’s Answer

    Your right to remain silent is extinguished when you post particulars in a public forum such as this. Confine your conversations to your lawyer to preserve your rights.

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  • Is it true joint custody shared placement I wouldn't pay her mom child support?

    Right now I have joint custody shared placement established by courts for my daughter. I was told by law everything is 50/50 so child support should be dropped.

    Neville’s Answer

    If your attorney told you that, you might wan to consult with a new attorney. If it was your plumber, you should not rely on legal advice from them.

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