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  1. Where did this occur? Could you please provide us with a bit more details to the situation.
  2. Where is this occurring? Were there any additional reasons for their refusal?
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  5. Yes, you would need to stop. You approach a red flashing traffic signal as you would a stop sign. Here is a resource on traffic violations (FindLaw) that may also be useful. Good luck.
  6. Where are you located?
  7. Where are you located? It sounds like you live in a state that still allows corporal punishment (LawBrain) as a form of discipline in schools. A teacher would be allowed to paddle your child for disciplinary reasons. Below are a few resources that may be useful. School Discipline History (FindLaw) State Laws Regarding Corporal Punishment (FindLaw) State Education Laws (FindLaw) Education Law (FindLaw) Good luck.
  8. What state do you live in?
  9. Below are several resources that provides information on paternity (LawBrain), child custody (LawBrain) and child support (LawBrain) that may be useful in your research. Paternity (FindLaw) Georgia Paternity Information (FindLaw) Child Custody & Visitation (FindLaw) Child Custody & Visitation Articles (FindLaw KnowledgeBase) Georgia Child Custody Laws (FindLaw) Child Support (FindLaw) Child Support Articles (FindLaw KnowledgeBase) Georgia Child Support Information & Guidelines (FindLaw) Parenting & the Law (FindLaw) You may want to consult with a local Georgia family law attorney (FindLaw Lawyer Directory) to discuss all these various topics and determine what steps you ought to be taking. Here is a guide to hiring a lawyer (FindLaw) for your convenience. Some attorneys do offer a free consultation. Good luck.
  10. In Marietta, Ohio, there is a city ordinance that restricts toy vehicles from being used on any street, unless the street is specifically assigned as a play street (see Codified Ordinances of the City of Marietta, Ohio §311.04: Toy Vehicles on Streets (66.178.201.237/Marietta)). Here is a general resource on traffic violations (FindLaw) that may also be useful. Good luck.
  11. Consult with a local bankruptcy attorney (FindLaw Lawyer Directory) to discuss how bankruptcy (LawBrain) may affect your property. Here is a guide to hiring a lawyer (FindLaw) for your convenience. I am providing you with a general resource on bankruptcy (FindLaw) that may provide you with a better understanding of the process and the types of bankruptcy available. Another resource provided is on foreclosures (FindLaw) and how to avoid it. Good luck.
  12. Alimony (FindLaw), also known as spousal support, could be awarded if you are unable to support yourself without assistance from your husband who is more than able to pay for it. There are various types of alimony that can be awarded, ranging from temporary to permanent. Check out this resource on Spousal Support (Alimony) (FindLaw) to learn more. You can consult with a local divorce attorney (FindLaw Lawyer Directory) to discuss the divorce process and likelihood of gaining alimony. Here is a guide to hiring a lawyer (FindLaw) for your convenience. Good luck.
  13. Is this property purchased jointly or only in your name? Are you using separate banking accounts? I would suggest you review the information provided in the following resource Living Together (Cohabitation) (FindLaw). A contract can be made between the two of you with regard to property. Here is a sample Cohabitation Agreement (FindLaw) that shows what an agreement between a couple living together might look like. Good luck.
  14. You may want to consider a no-fault divorce. Recently, New York state passed no-fault divorce legislation. There are three main items in the legislation: (1) a divorce can occur once a marriage has been irretrievably broken down for six months or more and all financial and custody issues have been resolved; (2) the establishment of alimony income guidelines to ensure consistency to income calculations; and, (3) counsel fees are awarded at the beginning of the divorce process so that there is a more equitable representation for both parties. Here are a couple resources on the topic: State Senate Passes No-Fault Divorce Law (nbcnewyork.com) Majority Brings Marriage Law Into 21st Century (nysenate.gov) New York's Legislature Is on the Brink of Adopting True No-Fault Divorce: What the Change Would Mean for Unhappy Couples (FindLaw) You will need to consult with a local New York divorce attorney (FindLaw Lawyer Directory) about the new no-fault divorce law and to determine your options and next steps. Here is a guide to hiring a lawyer (FindLaw) for your convenience.Below are a few resources that may be useful in your research. Divorce (FindLaw) New York Legal Requirements for Divorce (FindLaw) Good luck.
  15. In order to modify the child support order, you will need approval from a judge. It may be possible to have the child support order modified. Here is a resource on Changes to Child Support (FindLaw) that may be useful in your research. You can consult with a local child support attorney in Delaware County, IN (FindLaw Lawyer Directory) to discuss the process and likely outcome for such modification. Here is a guide to hiring a lawyer (FindLaw) for your convenience. Good luck.