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  • If you pay cash for it, yes. If you finance it, no. The lender will require full coverage for the length of the loan to protect their investment.
  • Im 19 highschool graduate , and ive always wanted to act , - not to be famous- but act like actually taking on a different character and playing different roles fascinate me. now i also would like to take a career as a flight attendant / steward. i love to travel and i hear its a great fun career experience. i haven't started yet but im in Valencia college and under arts major. yet i might change that major for something that might help me to achieve a career as a flight attendant. now i found a school bringing my attention back to acting , University of Alabama for fine arts. is it possible i can do both? can i go to college twice? can i take a short career as a flight attendant and resume a dream of acting?
  • "Can I go to college twice?" - Yes and no. You can collect as many bachelors' degrees as you want, but you can only take out loans for the first one. You have to pay the second in cash. I would recommend just double majoring at one school and going for 6 years or however long it takes to graduate once with two majors. "Can I take a short career as a flight attendant and resume a dream of acting?" - you can do whatever you want :)
  • jp, you can get as many college degrees as you want. Two BAs is just fine, although that's a lot of time invested for no advanced degrees. You might better consider a double major, pursuing both fields of study at once. I would not advise you to transfer colleges to pursue acting unless it's to one of the highly acclaimed college drama departments, like Yale. If I were in your situation, I'd do several things. One, seek acting clubs at school and join them all, if there's more than one, and be active in them. Two, take drama or acting classes where you are enrolled. (During all this, don't forget your main studies. You may have to give up some free time to pursue your goals.) Three, find community theatres in the area where you live. Valencia's in Orlando, right? That's big enough that there are probably at least a half-dozen, maybe twice that. Find out where they post their calls for auditions and start trying out. Prepare monologues, and practice cold reading. Read plays in your free time. Take any role offered. Do it as well as you can, with a good attitude, even if it's inconvenient, and make every effort to absorb what you can about acting from the other cast members. Philip Seymour Hoffman did this in the city where I live. Seems to have worked.
  • I live in Alabama, finalized my divorce Oct 2006. Custody hasn't been decided. I retained a lawyer b/c my ex-husband wasn't paying child support & owed $2000 in arrears. I garnished his wages in Dec 2006, started getting regular child support in March 2007. He quit his job 7 months later, won't say where he's working. I can't garnish his wages again until I know where he works. He pays whatever amt he wants to pay, whenever he wants to. I had to take out a loan to pay the retainer, and am scrimping while he takes the kids on $750 trips. I haven't talked to my lawyer since ~Dec.20. I have left 15 messages (voice message and msgs w/ secretary), but she won't return my call. Her secretary said she has a chronic condition and has been sick. She still hasn't cashed the check I gave her Dec. 27 as a retainer. At this point, I'm wondering about just putting a stop payment on it, and going thru DHR, forgetting about the custody issue. Any suggestions or thoughts?
  • To FrankB: I've wondered if it's like bouncing a check. I mean, I don't know what, if anything, she's done on the case, b/c she won't return my calls. And everytime I call, I ask that question, everytime the answer is "I don't know if she's done anything but I'll have her call you." If you know something about this that I don't, PLEASE let me know.
  • Kim, i went through DHS where i live for child support and they have their own lawyers there to work your case on your behalf... the non custodial parent will be found through the system for employment... i'd report the lawyer as mentioned in the answers and be determined to get the support your children need and have a right to... a new girlfriend in the future will put a stop to any payments due to ur children-so go through any legal support to have him pay...
  • If the lawyer has done all the work to finalized your divorce and garnish your ex's wages, you collected child support for 7 months, then because she hasn't returned your calls you are dissatisfied and decide not to pay her for the work she has done, no I don't think you should stop payment on the check.
  • I would stop payment on the check, and find a new lawyer. The custody needs to be settled so there is no question should he decided not to come back from one of those trips. Also, you deserve the child support to help with the expenses of raising those kids. Don't give up, get determined and get your legal ducks in a row. You will be glad you did later.
  • Yeah, stop payment and get a new lawyer. Although chances are you are not gonna get anywhere. If he isnt telling where he is working and they cant find out, he is probably working under the table. Being that he has no legal income, there is nothing to garnish. If he is working under the table, more than likely his employer knows and has taken steps to cover his own *** as well as your ex's. Good luck.
  • as long as you have his ss number you can find where he is working as long as he is getting paid by check that takes out taxes. as for stopping the payment of the check i would for the simple fact that you att. is not doing her job. secondly i would bring her up on cannon ethic charges for she has a duty to clients and she is not doing that with you. she has to at least call you and tell you that she will not be able to handle your case for whatever reason. i woulld also show up there when you know she is normally there and ASK to see her for yopu have that right seeing she is being paid by you for you divorce and has handle all the other things that go with that
  • That's what I would do. You have an important financial situation to take care of and cannot work it around someone else's health condition. Life does not stop and start at your lawyer's convenience. If she cannot do the job you are paying her to do, don't pay her.
  • Stopping payment on a check is the same thing as bouncing a check...it is illegal. Probably not a good idea to bounce one to a lawyer.
  • Your attorney fell down on the job. Stop payment.
  • I agree with Cheri Poppins and D H. She's not there for you and you need someone to keep up the fight. Cancel that check and move on to someone with better health and more compassion.
  • Dont call the attorney's office. Go to their office and get your check back.
  • I live in Alabama and found that I had an outstanding warrant in Pennsylvania from 2000. I moved from PA in July of 2000. The alleged crime was reported August of 2000. And a warrant was issued in September of 2000. The report said that I had stolen a check from my roommates, forged their name on it and cashed it in the amount of $425.00. The bank teller had identified me from my drivers license as the person who cashed it. I have not been back to Pennsylvania since I left in July of 2000. First of all i didn't commit the crime. My roomates gave me a loan for moving expenses and I was supposed to pay them back and I didn't. Thats why they filed the charges. Part of the reason I left PA was because the two people I stayed with were of a different sexual orientation and one had made several passes at me. I called the detective and explained the situation to him and he told me that I needed to turn myself in and faces the charges. That if I didn't make arrangements to go to PA then they would come get me in Alabama and that matters would be worse. I can't afford an attorney nor can I afford to drive over 1,000 miles to go to Pennsylvania. The detective also said that he doubts the complaintant will accept a check since he is still upset over the situation and has called regularly every couple months to see if I had been arrested. Is this gonna be a he said she said type of situation, and what are my chances? I do have some faith in our juducal system, but I too read the papers and see the news. Any advice on what to do.
  • Contact the public defender in the county where the complaint was filed. Chances are that the PD can make an appearance on your behalf at the initial proceedings. Whatever you do, DO NOT IGNORE THIS, these types of warrants can escalate into more charges. Also, if you have the funds, send a cashiers check by certified mail to the person you own the money, and retain all your records. That way it is on them to deny payment, which they cannot, and it sets the record straight as well. DO NOT CONTACT THE DETECTIVE EVER AGAIN. You have a right to remain silent, and remember that the detective works for the prosecution and NOT YOU. Once you contact the PD, do whatever they say is the best course of action. Good Luck
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