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special needs trust by Phyllis Nugglehood - Fri, 25 Sep 2015 21:14:07 EST ID:XKnmv749 No.44667 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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i have a special needs trust. my mom is the payee. she claims she cannot give me any cash to buy stuff, she has to purchase everything for me. is this true? the trust wording isnt that specific.
Nicholas Fendlebire - Sat, 26 Sep 2015 19:39:46 EST ID:aph1gKCx No.44668 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Do you have SSI? Then you can't touch the money without complications.
Polly Nicklebanks - Sun, 27 Sep 2015 00:58:04 EST ID:OptPdmdA No.44669 Ignore Report Quick Reply
ssdi adult child, money is life insurance from father

Screenshots and copyright by Sophie Greenworth - Thu, 24 Sep 2015 12:57:32 EST ID:PqCrm9K3 No.44659 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Quick question here, sorry if it's an obvious one, but I still need to know.
Basically - is making screenshots of facebook and twitter posts and posting them (completely unaltered, except for cropping them only to their content to save on space) on facebook in breach of copyright law? The posts in question are publicly available, not set to private, friends only or anything, so it's something everyone can see; they are being posted with all the personal info (name of the person who posted them) they originally came with. They are also referenced with a link to the original content, where possible.

From what I understand, the terms of service of both FB and Twitter allow sharing public content with no restraints (at least, none that would be relevant to this case). My questions, then, are the following:
Does this apply only to sharing within the site using the inbuilt features, and or does it also apply to cross-sharing between various sites that otherwise allow sharing?
If it does, does it apply to screenshots, or only pasted links to relevant content?
If a person in question has taken down the content (deleted it from their account, or deleted their account altogether), does this mean the content cannot be shared anymore?
And lastly, assuming everything above is a greenlight, can a person who posted public content, thus agreeing to the terms of service, including those related to sharing, ask to take down their shared content from someone else's account and/or threaten legal action?

Thanks in advance.
Jarvis Bunshaw - Thu, 24 Sep 2015 16:26:05 EST ID:Bu5U63RA No.44662 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>can a person who posted public content... threaten legal action

Anybody can threaten legal action over anything. What matters is their likelihood of success. If they're threatening to sue over control of posts they made to a site like FB where the EULA, while longwinded, clearly states that FB has ownership of all content and they agreed to those terms when they created their account, then that person has a tough climb ahead of them.

As for the rest of your post, I don't know.
Hamilton Feckletodge - Thu, 24 Sep 2015 19:02:19 EST ID:U3ByfnXT No.44663 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Basically - is making screenshots of facebook and twitter posts and posting them (completely unaltered, except for cropping them only to their content to save on space) on facebook in breach of copyright law?

If the content is copyrightable, yes. Which outside of pictures, most social media bullshit is probably not.
Hugh Drunnerford - Fri, 25 Sep 2015 03:18:04 EST ID:PqCrm9K3 No.44666 Ignore Report Quick Reply
> What matters is their likelihood of success.
Yeah, that's what I meant. I just made a mental shortcut of sorts.

>If the content is copyrightable, yes. Which outside of pictures, most social media bullshit is probably not.
All right.

what da fug by Fuck Drivingwell - Wed, 23 Sep 2015 21:01:27 EST ID:04wOWr1G No.44657 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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so i go to court and they told me they want me the sign a medical release form because they want to check my medical records and see i am not on any prescription meds.

sad news is i do take meds.

if i sign it how the fuck would they know what doctors i've been to?
Hamilton Feckletodge - Thu, 24 Sep 2015 06:15:32 EST ID:U3ByfnXT No.44658 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Unless they already know, they'll expect you to disclose that information and swear to its accuracy. If you for whatever reason refuse to cooperate, there may be an investigation to find out depending on why you're in court.
Sidney Commerdale - Fri, 25 Sep 2015 03:01:42 EST ID:eB40hfXG No.44664 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Do not sign.
Do not sign.

Let those who be make their case. They should fail. If they even remotely pursue it

Speeding Ticket in New York State by OP - Thu, 24 Sep 2015 16:10:18 EST ID:oPbIdi8z No.44660 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey guys. I was moving to upstate NY, and I received a speeding ticket on the interstate for being 18 miles over the posted speed limit of 65 mph. On the ticket, I noticed that the police officer incorrectly put on the ticket that my car is "Grey" instead of "Gold". I've never had a ticket before, and the place I got it is 4 hours away from where I've moved. Sorry if it's been asked before or seems a little rushed. I was up all night reading about NY traffic court.

What i'm wondering is can that error be used to get the ticket dismissed, and how many of you have experienced traffic court before? I'm really worried about my car insurance going up as I'm a broke college student. I've been driivng for 3 years with no issues until now, and I moved to an area where car insurance should become lower (if the ticket doesn't just fuck that up anyway). Thanks for your replies! My sister had a question about divorcing her asshole husband a few years back, and you guys really helped her out. Any advice is very much appreciated.

Had to dump my ganja to make the move (going through PA where drug laws are really harsh). 2 ounces and now i'm back to nothing but my grinder. Ah such is life.
Jarvis Bunshaw - Thu, 24 Sep 2015 16:20:17 EST ID:Bu5U63RA No.44661 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>What i'm wondering is can that error be used to get the ticket dismissed

Very unlikely. Courts will tolerate minor errors on traffic tickets. If something major was wrong, like your name or entire license plate #, then yeah you'd have a good shot at getting it tossed.

>> I'm really worried about my car insurance going up

Some insurance companies won't count your first ticket against you. You could call your company and ask, or look at your policy.

extradition on dui by Whitey Sibberhood - Fri, 11 Sep 2015 16:37:26 EST ID:QUaX7gp/ No.44621 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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hey guys
i got a driving while drugged charge and possibly a possession charge in nevada.
I llive in virginia.
if i just ignore this and dont go to nevada til its past the statue of limitations, will i be okay?

Could i get pulled over and arrested/extradited in virginia on this?

thanks guys
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Thomas Willyham - Fri, 11 Sep 2015 19:25:58 EST ID:uLJPOHRz No.44624 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Also, yes they can extradite, but they probably won't. You're going to get your license suspended and it'll probably stay suspended till you deal with it though.
Nell Snodwell - Sat, 12 Sep 2015 04:33:27 EST ID:eB40hfXG No.44628 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yea, DUI applies nationwide. The DMV and the courts are separate. Sentencing for DUI
One must comply in the criminal sense. Regardless, If you want your license back
You would have to do (in the short term) whatever obligations what was with the original charge, then go through 'classes' to be able to reinstate to drive legally.

In short it could be 'possible' to move all this to where you currently live.
Could have an attorney to help do this in Nevada. As in no appearance
Caroline Doffingwater - Sun, 13 Sep 2015 23:46:03 EST ID:QUaX7gp/ No.44641 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Thanks yall. I'm sending in the forms tomorrow to get the accident report / charges, they wouldnt tell me what they were over the phone.

I'll probably just plea to as low as i can and try to get everything moved to my home state.

Any other advice in general... Nevada DUI, drugs, possession law?
Basil Nuppermad - Thu, 17 Sep 2015 17:26:28 EST ID:eB40hfXG No.44649 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Understand, the DMV is separate from criminal court.

You cannot legally drive in your state.
Until you fulfill what the criminal court wanted one to do.

So in short, you will not be extradited unless if serious offense.

It could be possible. Not even remotely likely.

In short, You are not legally valid to drive.

So, contact the city/county clerk of where you were pulled over,
try to transfer the case to where you live. It sucks. Do your
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Edwin Sedgefidge - Sun, 20 Sep 2015 20:02:48 EST ID:04wOWr1G No.44655 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>> got a driving while drugged charge and possibly a possession charge in nevada.

you're probably going to get an narcotics anonymous program rehab that you must attend. i doubt they'll put you in prison for some stupid ass dui charge

A missed called from the popo by Hedda Pezzlechane - Wed, 01 Apr 2015 22:54:33 EST ID:KOGfW/0V No.44082 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Today I just got a missed called from my local police station. I called the number back and the receptionist basically told me to fuck off and wait til I get another call.

This has ruined my whole day, I've been a nervous wreck, I can't stop thinking about what the phone call might have been about. Maybe it was just a wrong number, or maybe I'm being charged with god only knows. I haven't even done anything that might but me in trouble with the law.

I'm scarred shitless and I can't stop worrying about what they want. I can't sleep. I can't even play video games, all I can do is worry.

Why haven't they even bothered to call back? I can't stand the uncertainty.

How worried should I be? Do I need to contact a lawyer?
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Matilda Hangerfield - Thu, 09 Apr 2015 13:17:59 EST ID:d3uJTtCY No.44115 Ignore Report Quick Reply
When I first skimmed the /law/ section I swear it said "missed call from the pope"

like damn nigga what makes you so important that the pope would call you?
Matilda Hangerfield - Thu, 09 Apr 2015 13:23:04 EST ID:d3uJTtCY No.44116 Ignore Report Quick Reply
And the only obvious solution is to call them back and threaten their lives for information. Not a lot of people know this but it's not against the law to tell a cop you're going to murder him and his family if they don't give you certain information. It's actually in the constitution as a basic citizen right. If they overreact and send squad cars to your residence, it's not against the law to claim your property as an independent town with your own rights and laws.

The only problem I see in this plan is I have absolutely no idea what im talking about and im actually a full grown bear that just broke into some farmers house to steal honey and noticed he left his computer on lol
Nigger Fovinglidge - Fri, 10 Apr 2015 21:07:03 EST ID:Rq2YJW33 No.44121 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If they had a warrant out for your arrest or found you in suspicion of any crime they would be at your door. They don't call criminals.
Henry Ponnersudge - Sat, 19 Sep 2015 19:22:39 EST ID:Do25c3L4 No.44652 Ignore Report Quick Reply
bumping this ancient thread to assert that it should be in /lit/ because OP seems to think he's in a Kafka story
Clara Fupperham - Sun, 27 Sep 2015 14:45:22 EST ID:u+vxZ19u No.44671 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Thread Date: Apr 01, 2015
>got a call from "local police station" aka one of your friends fucking with you with a number changing prank call app
>lazy fatfuck receptionist thinks you're a retard and dismisses you because she's lazy as shit and doesn't wanna deal with an idiot worrying about something dumb and benign
>you trip balls over it because you're being trolled extremely hard and can't see the forest for the trees
>not realizing what day this was on

literally top fucking kek



credit fraud investigation process by Faggy Billingwater - Sat, 12 Sep 2015 15:26:34 EST ID:C6QkYZ6W No.44632 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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A few nights ago, after taking ambien, I woke up at about 2:00 AM and ordered a bunch of tokens on a webcam site (chaturbate, and i barely remember it, i had to check my net history to confirm.) Apparently one of the cards I used was my father's. The amount charged to his was $90. When it shows up on his statement it will just be a weird chatbillhelp.com sort of thing. What happens if he disputes the charge?
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Augustus Nickleway - Tue, 15 Sep 2015 12:13:41 EST ID:C6QkYZ6W No.44645 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If I say yes what does that mean?
Jarvis Chorrynodging - Tue, 15 Sep 2015 20:06:58 EST ID:Kd+sUt8p No.44646 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You fucked up
Ernest Songergold - Wed, 16 Sep 2015 04:13:36 EST ID:dzfqUCZS No.44647 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP you silly bitch just pay the man.
Ebenezer Crandlelot - Thu, 17 Sep 2015 13:42:34 EST ID:FyPcY6k3 No.44648 Ignore Report Quick Reply
yeah just pay him dude

this thread gave me a good laugh, thanks op, i never realized the dangers of ambien
Nell Dimmlebanks - Sat, 19 Sep 2015 01:24:09 EST ID:Kd+sUt8p No.44650 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Dude, you really have no idea the weird shit you can get into if you have internet access after taking ambien and are unprepared. OP got of pretty easy.

Intership scam and lawsuit by Ebenezer Hovingpidge - Sun, 13 Sep 2015 16:23:56 EST ID:SrMGEfxS No.44635 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I helped someone start up a llegal Cannabis grow OP in Washington state and after over a year of "unpaid internship" with the verbal promise of time reimbursement and a starting position I've been kicked to the curb after all the heavy lifting is done. I've documented some hours and I'm registered in the database as a intern in that garden. There's witnesses seeing the verbal agreements and texts as well.

Water my options for getting my money? I know intership scams like this are illegal but I'm not sure how to handle starting a lawsuit for this.
Nathaniel Blatherdale - Sun, 13 Sep 2015 17:33:20 EST ID:JgrhRLWY No.44636 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Based on the facts above you probably can't sue in contract for your work, the text messages and witnesses don't matter, as this is a kind of contract that requires a written agreement and the texts and witnesses are inadmissible extrinsic evidence. You could try suing on him violating the wage laws or some other off contract remedies, but either would be expense to litigate and they aren't easy cases.

Your best bet is to get an attorney to write a scare letter and see if he pays you willingly, none of your other remedies are worth the cost of litigating most likely.
Ebenezer Hovingpidge - Sun, 13 Sep 2015 18:17:04 EST ID:SrMGEfxS No.44637 Ignore Report Quick Reply
How are they not "easy cases"? Wage laws seem pretty black and white.
Frederick Blatherwell - Sun, 13 Sep 2015 22:55:09 EST ID:NUNl0CGE No.44639 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You have the burden to prove that they received value and you didn't receive educational value. I'm not saying it's a hard case to make, but there are triable issues which means you better be seeking 6 figure damages if you actually plan to litigate.
Charles Croshwill - Mon, 14 Sep 2015 20:27:43 EST ID:FyPcY6k3 No.44643 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>So I helped someone start up a llegal Cannabis grow OP
>verbal promise
>Water my options for getting my money?

you are screwed

Pennsylvania Medicaid by Nigger Trotman - Thu, 25 Jun 2015 21:55:48 EST ID:5h9JqKIN No.44338 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Early this year I complained to my doctor, who I see through Medicaid, of a pilonidal cyst on my tail bone. I told her that I had it for years, but recent flair ups were disrupting my ability to work. She recommended surgery, and she referred me to a general surgeon.

The surgeon and I agreed on a date and the procedure was done. 4 months later I am now getting a bill for $ 5,000 and now letters of threats that the debt is being forwarded to a collections agency.

I need government insurance because I cannot afford any plans that will cover the costs of my ulcerative colitis medications. So that is why I am on medicaid in the first place. Still, I believed the whole time that I was talking with these doctors that the surgery I was getting was " necessary " (due to it impeding me physically )and covered under Medicaid.

What do I do?
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Hedda Sottingsin - Mon, 27 Jul 2015 03:56:31 EST ID:yUXRqkOQ No.44484 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Claim ignorance, refuse to pay, and completely disregard any calls from known collectors. The only comment you should give is that you were told it was taken care of by the surgeon's office and that you were under no obligation to pay.

Yes, they could waste their money trying to sue you, but no, they won't do that because a human judge/jury is the chemo for the insurance scam's cancer. People don't like forcing sick people to pay impossible sums, and people despise insurance providers for their abhorrent business practices.

Don't pay, ignore them, live your life as usual, and contest any legal action they try to take, and before you ask, no, a letter from them/a collections agency holds no legal force. Unless you're being called for trial or arraignment(sic?) by a recognized body within the government, it's all smoke and bullying.
Isabella Crummerdeck - Wed, 05 Aug 2015 15:36:06 EST ID:5h9JqKIN No.44510 Ignore Report Quick Reply

By claiming ignorance, will they have the option to take me to court at any point in my life then? I can tell them that I never believed that I owed anything, because I sincerely thought medicaid was taking care of it, and they will stop calling me.

They then have the option to nullify the debt or take me to court. If they won could they get even more money than what they are saying I owe now? For instance could the judge award them 2x the amount because of all the trouble they went to go to court and the time wasted?
Albert Nicklecocke - Thu, 06 Aug 2015 04:12:22 EST ID:eB40hfXG No.44512 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Is this directly through medicaid, and not a third party medicaid provider like cigna or whatever.

Look up the surgery center and see or ask if they accept your insurance choice. That may be the issue. Also some doctors may charge separately a per parts of procedures which possibly may not be covered.

I can assure you it is worth trying to resolve. Automated and live calls can be almost non-stop from debt collectors. As for being sued, not real worried there from what I see.
Fanny Musslegold - Sat, 12 Sep 2015 09:31:51 EST ID:5h9JqKIN No.44631 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Okay, so after months of letters, I finally felt like I could make the call without losing my head. I first talked to the insurance company that I am with under medicaid. They told me the reason I was not covered was because I was not an "official" participating member.
I knew that I changed counties a few months before the surgery, and when one does that, they need to transfer their medicaid case to a caseworker in the new county in order for benefits to continue.

I called the County Assistance office then, and explained how the surgery took place when I was in the middle of reapplying for benefits, and how I thought that at the time of surgery I was covered, but apparantly was not. A caseworker told me to just bring in copies of he bills and they would change the date that the benefits transfer actually occurre, and then we will rebill the insurance company. :)

I am happy, yo, it's a $5700 weight off my neck.
Esther Hindleshit - Tue, 29 Sep 2015 13:09:29 EST ID:5h9JqKIN No.44674 Ignore Report Quick Reply

ugh. so i ended up getting a random letter in the mail with the bills i submitted returned to me without an explanation. i mailed them back in with a typed explanation and my number. It looms like I will have to call again....

Simple question by Esther Nucklekack - Fri, 11 Sep 2015 15:48:24 EST ID:LoBQRbeo No.44620 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have a desktop computer being held in evidence and I just found out it needs to be released by my arresting officer. I do not have a good relationship with him (AO) at all and would prefer to never say another word to this man every again. Can my attorney call my arresting officer and have him release the property on my behalf?
Eugene Cliffinghall - Fri, 11 Sep 2015 18:09:37 EST ID:7Zjf+p2z No.44622 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You don't need to speak to him. You or your lawyer submit a piece of paperwork and the investigating officer signs something that says either it is or isn't needed as evidence.

Really?? by Isabella Fogglenod - Wed, 05 Aug 2015 12:46:32 EST ID:foe/16fp No.44508 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I went to the court house today for a seat belt ticket . I emptied my pockets at the security checkpoint when I entered. Put my keys, wallet, phone, and cigs and lighter in the little tray for them to x-ray it and I walked through the scanner they handed me everything back no problem at all. I asked them where the traffic court room was and they laughed and said it's not in this building it's across the street. Reluctantly I leave and thank them kinda pissed because I used to always pay my traffic tickets in the court house. You would think they would put a sign or some shit saying, "Hey! Traffic court is across the street", because several other people got out of line and walked out when I asked the question so I'm not the only one. Getting to the point. I go into the "New Justice Center" and guess what another security checkpoint. I do the same routine empty my pockets throw all my shit in the little dish and walk through. When I get to the end to start grabbing my stuff a heavy set black women swats my hand away from my keys because they where the last thing I was going to grab. I was pretty shocked because I didn't realise why she wasn't allowing me to get my keys and then she picks them and up and asks, "What's this?", pointing to the replica metal gun on my key chain. I reply telling her its fake and solid steel if they wanted to run it through the x-ray again. She then calls over another officer to look at it and he says "Oh this is very bad you can get in a lot of trouble for this". I reply telling him it's only a scale replication and its not functional anyway shape or for and it kinda helps me keep up with my keys because of the weight. They continue to argue with me saying that I would have to fill out a bunch of paperwork and possibly speak to the head of security if I wanted to keep it adding that if they do confiscate it that I won't ever be able to get it back. I've had this fucking key chain for 5 years but was tired of arguing and did not feel like making a scene. I told them they can have it and they let me go pay my ticket.

It just makes me a little upset how stupid some of the rules are for being in a court h…
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Esther Clannerfed - Thu, 20 Aug 2015 23:21:20 EST ID:E3EscqXq No.44546 Ignore Report Quick Reply
boohoo little baby lost his toy gun. learn to drive faggot
Hugh Blettingchot - Mon, 24 Aug 2015 01:19:05 EST ID:xFGPhhfm No.44549 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>no security in Canada
Congratulations on not having any black or Mexicans in your country
Nathaniel Miffinghere - Tue, 25 Aug 2015 18:04:19 EST ID:FeYk0QL2 No.44551 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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We have plenty of both. It's just the population as a whole is reluctant to start shit for no (or for selfish) reasons. Much like the rest of the first world outside of North America.
You guys seem to be amazingly unaware of just how anomalous your chronic violence problems are to the rest of us. And holy fuck, the current state of the Republican party is jaw dropping.
Basil Lightway - Wed, 09 Sep 2015 03:08:39 EST ID:S5foeLay No.44613 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I almost got locked up for having a brass knuckle belt buckle. the officer gave it back at the DMV when I left, and said to put it in the glovebox and leave it there til I get home and put it up....later on i traded it for an 8th of weed...
A Wizard - Fri, 11 Sep 2015 00:06:52 EST ID:9biD5F4W No.44617 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Yeah, homogeneous racial and cultural groups do have a lower crime rate, than a bunch of people smushed together that can't stand each other.

Common Law Marriage Risks by Cornelius Fonkinfure - Wed, 09 Sep 2015 16:14:25 EST ID:XHqnl7XB No.44614 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Can a woman inherit everything you own from a common law marriage (a "marriage" in which no wedding ever took place, but you're considered married by virtue of the fact that she's been living in your house/apartment for an extended period of time)?
George Serryhadge - Thu, 10 Sep 2015 01:06:19 EST ID:WuMBn0hh No.44615 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Property/probate is largely the point.
Nigger Semmleforth - Thu, 10 Sep 2015 15:03:54 EST ID:phYYb+wv No.44616 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This can't be answered without knowing what state your in. But I can say that likely there are not going to be intestate transfers of marital property for a common law marriage. I actually don't know any states that would off hand, but if you can give your state I can tell you for sure.

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