Question by Branda : My parents may be having a divorce and i feel its my fault..please help? this is my second dad i have and i’ve had since 4 years old he’s like my real dad hes been with me through everything (mostly) and nowfor the last couple of years hes gotten very annoying but anyways today today when my mom was backing up she accidently hit his motorcycle he got soo mad well anyways when my mom was gone he woke me up because it was 12pm already and he told me what happened the he said “i want a divorce” anyways when my mom came for her lunch break i told her what he told me because i wasnt gonna keep it a secret from the girl who has been there since i’ve been born so then she went up to him and was like “you want a divorce call the lawyer” then they said other things then after 20 minutes he went in my room and said “nice going big mouth” while dropping off a sticker sheet and i dont know what to do i already hate my life enough and this would make it even worse!…i just dont know what to do anymore!
anything to make me feel better..maybe?
and yesterday they were litterly doing fine they were out on the porch talking and we were gonna go camping in 3 weeks all together Best answer:
Answer by Raen
Hey, it’s okay. You’re a kid, not their marriage counselor. If it wasn’t working out between them, there’s nothing that you can do that would change the decision either way. It was pretty immature of him to say what he said to you, but it’s all in the heat of the moment.
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Wallin & Klarich DUI Defense Attorney, Andrei F. Lapine, Helps Client to Reduce DUI Charges and Avoid Drivers License Suspension (California Vehicle Code 23152)
Riverside, CA (PRWEB) May 01, 2013
A Wallin & Klarich client recently was able to avoid jail time and drivers license suspension after being charged with driving under the influence (DUI) in Old Town Temecula. The client was represented by experienced DUI defense attorney, Andrei F. Lapine, who assisted the client to hire an expert witness to testify that the client did not have a blood alcohol concentration over the legal limit. As a result of Mr. Lapines assistance, the client was able to maintain his job which he has had for over 15 years and avoid serving a lengthy jail sentence.
The client was extremely concerned about the prospect of losing his job if his drivers license was suspended. Thankfully we were able to craft a defense that led to us winning the DMV hearing and having the DUI charges reduced, said Mr. Lapine. The client completely avoided a suspension of his license and he was able to keep his job that he has had for over 15 years.
According to court record from Riverside Superior Court, the client was arrested for driving under the influence shortly after leaving a bar in Old Town Temecula. After his arrest, the client took two breath tests, which both registered at a .10 blood alcohol concentration. The client was charged with two DUI misdemeanors under California Vehicle Code section 23152, and faced the possibility of up to six months imprisonment in the county jail if convicted. The client also faced a separate six month drivers license suspension from the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) if convicted.
The client sought out the assistance of Mr. Lapine to help him fight against the DUI charges and avoid the severe consequences that would result from a conviction. The client expressed concern that a license suspension would cause him to lose his job of 15 years according to court documents. Keeping the clients concerns in mind, Mr. Lapine carefully reviewed the facts of the case and found that expert testimony would provide a strong defense to the charges. Mr. Lapine assisted the client to hire a forensic alcohol expert to examine the circumstances of the case. After reviewing the circumstances of the case, the expert concluded that the clients blood alcohol content was below the legal limit of .08 when he was driving, but had risen to .10 after he was stopped by the police.
At the DMV hearing the expert offered his testimony that the client had blood alcohol content under .08 at the time he was operating the vehicle according to court record. The experts testimony helped the client win the DMV hearing and maintain his driving privileges. In addition, Mr. Lapine was able to convince the District Attorney to reduce the charges to reckless driving, a lesser offense, after presenting the District Attorney with evidence of the experts testimony. As a result, the client never had his license suspended and was able to avoid spending six months in jail. Ultimately, the client was able to keep his job and move on with his life past the DUI charges.
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As a premier criminal defense and family law firm based in California, Wallin and Klarich ( http://www.WKLaw.com and http://www.WKFamilyLaw.com) has been assisting clients from across the country for over thirty years. The firm believes that every person is entitled to the highest quality legal assistance when it comes to facing difficult situations and has committed all of its resources to aggressively defending its clients. The firm has established itself as one of the most successful in the nation when it comes to defending against charges of DUI, criminal matters and sex crimes, and is acknowledged for successfully handling divorce and child custody cases. By making certain that our clients legal rights are always protected, we take the fear out of the legal fight.
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New York Immigration Attorney Sarah C. Edgecomb Launches Full-Service Immigration Law Firm Edgecomb Law LLC
NEW YORK, NY (PRWEB) May 07, 2013
New York immigration attorney Sarah C. Edgecomb is proud to announce the launch of Edgecomb Law LLC, a full-service New York immigration law firm. Edgecomb Law LLC will offer a host of business and family immigration law services to clients in New York and around the world.
This is an exciting time for immigration law and policy, Edgecomb says. The rules and regulations are changing rapidly, and we are well-equipped and motivated to help our clients navigate these new, tricky issues.”
Edgecomb Law LLC will assist clients with a wide range of business and family immigration matters, including:
employment and family-based petitions for permanent resident status (green cards);
business immigration consulting;
applications for temporary nonimmigrant visas;
petitions for naturalization and citizenship;
deportation and removal defense;
asylum and refugee admissions.
The firm will handle petitions for the full range of temporary nonimmigrant visas, including H-1B visas for skilled workers, J-1 visas (and J-1 waivers) for exchange visitors, O-1 visas for aliens of extraordinary ability, E visas for merchants and investors, L-1 visas for intracompany transfers, TN visas for NAFTA professionals, K visas for fiances and spouses of U.S. citizens, and related visas for family members of temporary visitors.
Edgecomb has represented clients in complex immigration matters before US Citizenship and Immigration Services, the US Department of State, and other federal agencies. Edgecomb has also handled a number of litigation matters in state and federal court. She is fluent in English and Spanish, and has spent time living in Spain, Miami and Latin America. Edgecomb is admitted to practice law in New York and the District of Columbia, and is a member of the New York State Bar Association and the New York County Lawyers Association.
Edgecomb earned her Juris Doctor degree from the University of Miami School of Law in Coral Gables, Florida, where she graduated magna cum laude and served as an Articles & Comments Editor of the University of Miami Law Review. Edgecomb also holds a Master of Laws in International Legal Studies from New York University School of Law and a Bachelor of Arts in Latin American Studies and Spanish from Bowdoin College.
For more information please contact Sarah C. Edgecomb at edgecomb(at)new-york-immigration(dot)com or visit Edgecomb Law LLC online at http://www.new-york-immigration.com.
About Edgecomb Law LLC
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