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You make a civil court case by filing a civil complaint against one or
more defendants and then formally serving those defendants with a copy
of the complaint. The complaint can cover any legal or equitable
claim, including an injunction, a claim for money damages, or a
combination of both.Difficulty:ChallengingInstructions Things
You'll Need
Legal reference manual
Form of
Defendant's address
Court location and contact
Rules of Civil Procedure

Filing a
Civil LawsuitLocate the court that you want to file the lawsuit in.
Most likely this will be a state court, but it may also be a federal
district court if you are suing under fede

A good number of restraining orders are uncontested. However, in some
cases there are valid defenses to the issuance of a restraining order.
If you were served a restraining order, you have the right to appear
in court and contest the order itself. From a legal standpoint you
likely were served what is known as a temporary restraining order. On
that document will be the date and time for a hearing on the order and
whether or not it should become "permanent." There are effective
strategies that you can employ to defend yourself against a
restraining order.Difficulty:Moderately ChallengingInstructions
Write what is known as an entry of appearance. An entry of appearance
is a legal document
Restraining orders can be issued for a number of reasons. In the
context of domestic violence, they are usually to keep a threatening
person away. They can be linked to specific people (including
children) as well as places (like work, home or school). If there is a
significant chance of imminent harm to you, you can get a restraining
order immediately from a local judge. If not, you must attend a formal
hearing and present evidence.Difficulty:Moderately
ChallengingInstructions Go to the courthouse. Restraining orders,
sometimes called orders of protection, are governed by state laws and
issued by state courts. Thus, you must go to the state courthouse in
your county, or in the county in
Traffic accident reports are prepared by various law enforcement
agencies, primarily at the city and county level, but sometimes state
agencies as well. Reports may also be prepared by drivers involved in
the accident to comply with the requirements of the state's department
of motor vehicles. If you are involved in an accident in which law
enforcement prepares a report, all jurisdictions will provide you with
a copy of the report upon request. If you want to find reports of
traffic accidents you were not involved in, you will have to use the
state's open records law.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions
Locate a copy of the open records law (sometimes referred to as a
"public informatio
There are a number of valid reasons why parties to a divorce may want
to put their case on hold. For example, they may be attempting a
reconciliation. Whatever the purpose, there are set procedures a
family court requires in a suspension of divorce proceedings. The
process to suspend a divorce can be undertaken with or without the
assistance of a divorce lawyer.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions
Negotiate a mutual agreement to put your divorce on hold. A court is
not likely to suspend a divorce case if only one party seeks this type
of relief.
Draft a joint motion to suspend divorce proceedings. In
this motion, include the reason why you and your spouse both desire to
put your divo
A trust is a legal relationship that allows one or more people to
share and transfer property in a way that avoids probate and can
reduce or eliminate estate and inheritance taxes. A family trust is a
specific type of trust that is created among family
members.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Things You'll Need
Trust schedule (a list of all property to go into the
Name of trustee
Names of family beneficiaries
Deeds of conveyance for property requiring written

Locate a good trust form to use as your
template. You can find trust forms from attorneys, from other people
who have created similar trusts, or from onli

Clothing requirements for operators of heavy machinery are generally
no different than the requirements for any other construction workers
under U.S Occupational Safety and Health Administration regulations.
Head ProtectionA hard hat is required for overhead impacts and must
be insulated to protect from electrical hazards. Protective eye
goggles with side shields are also mandatory. Ear plugs are also
mandatory in situations where machinery exceeds permissible sound
limits found in CFR Title 29, Sections 1910.95, 1926.52 and
GlovesLeather or fabric gloves may be necessary to protect
from sparks, heat or sharp objects, depending on the type of machinery
being operated.
Generally speaking, a bankruptcy estate is the total value of all of
your property on the date that you file for bankruptcy protection. For
the most part, any property that you acquire the right to after you
file for bankruptcy is not part of the bankruptcy estate. Each state
allows a certain number of exemptions from the bankruptcy estate,
including, for example, a homestead exemption for a primary
residence.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Things You'll
List of all property you own and possess
List of all
property you own but don't possess
List of all property you have
the legal right to receive
Property value worksheet
class="error">Inventory all of the proper
Individuals can file for bankruptcy protection without an attorney.
Businesses, however, must file bankruptcy with an attorney. Filing
bankruptcy as an individual is fairly easy without an attorney;
however, a bankruptcy can rapidly become complex and an attorney may
be well worth the expense. It might make sense to file for bankruptcy
on your own and only hire an attorney if it becomes necessary
later.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Things You'll Need
Past 60
days of wage stubs
Most recent federal income tax return
counseling certificate
Voluntary petition for bankruptcy
class="error">Decide what chapter of bankruptcy you want to file
under. Individuals can g
A wage garnishment is a legal method for enforcing debt collection
that enables a judgment creditor to take a portion of a debtor's
paycheck until the judgment debt is paid off.Difficulty:Moderately
ChallengingInstructions Things You'll Need
State court rules and laws on garnishments
Debtor's employer's contact information
class="error">Obtain a monetary judgment against the debtor. You
cannot obtain a garnishment until you have a final court judgment
awarding you money damages.
Review your state's laws and rules of
civil procedure relating to garnishments. Each state has its own set
of laws and rules, so although the gene

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