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General practice attorney cases fall in a wide range of overlapping practice areas, from drafting wills and handling personal injury cases to negotiating tax settlements with the Internal Revenue Service. Common practice areas include family law, bankruptcy, wills and probate, trusts and estates, landlord and tenant, and criminal law. Please read on to find a general practice lawyer or access information about general practice law.

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My 11 year old daughter has been repeatedly physically assaulted over the past 5 yrs by our 12 year
I have repeatedly addressed the parents and he has been "punished" Now he recently grabbed her and pushed her into a door. The father refuses to take his son to counseling. I'm in fear of my daughters safety. She can't even play outside . What can I do? Who do I contact?
Do I have to pay my deceased fathers loan?
My uncle loaned my dad money and they both signed a noterized letter agreeing that my dad would pay my uncle in full by 3/2011 and my dad passed away in 8/2011. My uncle is now coming after me for the money that supposedly would have already been paid off. Do I have to pay my uncle anything?
Would my child's father be responsible for destruction of something I purchased for my child?
If I purchase an item for my child, she takes it to her father's during his visitation and he destroys it, what can I do? Do I call the police? Is he liable for damages? He claims he can do whatever he wants with no consequences.
Is there anything we can do about a gentleman spreading lies about our establishment?
Hello sir or ma'am. My name is Shawn, I work as an area supervisor for a restaurant chain. We had a gentleman claim that there was a piece of skin in his food. He raised such a stink over it that he sent it to get analyzed. We had to call the doctor to find the results. Long story short, the test came back that it was vegetable matter. He is still to this day telling people that he found skin in his meal that he purchased from us. He is also threatening for compensation of the test he had run on the matter. Not that we would, but is there anything we could do about him spreading lies about the situation? Any info would be helpful as he has shown back up 2 years later looking for handouts and telling anyone who will listen about the "skin" he found in his food. Thanks so much for your time.
I would like to see evidence related to speeding ticket
Was given a speeding ticket and was not shown any proof of a violation. I do not think I was speeding. Went to court and paid the fine just to avoid further cost. I want to file a Defendants motion for disclosure of the proof of the violation.
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