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My 2 children have been in foster care since a baby my daughter 14 and my son 10 and r going ahead with open adoption with them weather i like it or not and they still r asking 6 times a year docs r agreeing and says that leagly my 14 year old can sign her own papers for this and i have a 3 year old in my care and married and gets upset when they leave ...


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Ordinarily, if someone breaks into your residence, you can involve the police because the person trespassed on your property, i.e. entered and remained without permission. The law is concerned with who the property owner is -- that could be your parents, or you if you are renting an apartment from a landlord (your parents). You need to consult an attorney, ...


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Any written communication is generally admissible Subject to all the normal rules for admissibility of course. For texts between you and a third party the major issue that springs to mind is relevance. As in, how are they relevant to the dispute between you and this man? If they are not, your lawyer should have objected to them on this basis, however, its ...


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Generally speaking, the texts sound like fair game. Assuming you're in the United States, there's likely no privacy law that will protect you against the use of information obtained by a husband/boyfriend/etc. whom you appear to have given access to your phone. Nor is there any rule that I can think of that would limit him from using those records in court....


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