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1225 Southeast Tualatin Valley Highway, Hillsboro, OR 97123

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265 Grant Smith Road No. 102, Roseburg, OR 97470

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3849 SE Powell Blvd, Portland, OR 97202

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Portland

347 NW Garden Valley Boulevard, Roseburg, OR 97470

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Roseburg

10763 SW Greenburg Road No. 100, Portland, OR 97223

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Portland

1457 Se Stephens Street, Roseburg, OR 97470

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1705 Lancaster Drive NE No. 100, Salem, OR 97305

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16705 SE McLoughlin Boulevard, Portland, OR 97267

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400 Sw Court Avenue, Pendleton, OR 97801

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259 E Barnett Road No. 3, Medford, OR 97501

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  • how long does the buyer have to pick up the car? there is no money to keep, i sold it for what i owed. what do i do? i dont want the car on my property, it takes up a parking space and i was not expecting this situation to happen. i live in oregon, do i need to contact a lawyer or dmv? i mean cant i charge a storage fee or something? i never agreed to keep the car on my property for this long.
  • It may be that you are lucky on this one, and the car will still be there when the fake cashier's check is caught and you are out the money. It generally takes about a month before they catch them. If it does turn out to be a legitimate purchase and the check really does clear, contact the buyer via certified mail with a return receipt, and notify him that if the car isn't picked up by (insert whatever date) you will start charging storage at (insert amount, probably $15 or so) per day. If you get no response, get a duplicate title if it is still in your name. If it isn't in your name, report an abandoned car on your property and have it towed.
  • I would send a registered mail stating that if he doesnt pick it up within a month, it will be considered abandoned and that you will do whatever you want with it, including selling it again. Just make sure u document everything so if he sues you can prove you tried to get him to take the car.
  • well until you transfer the tittle legally its still your car and if you and the new buyer have not singed a bill of sale or if you have not filled out a release of interest on it then i would not recommend removing it from your property because you are still liable if anything happens to it or because of it
  • just keep the car. if i were you i wouldn't spend the money yet wait two more weeks and see if he calls. call him and even write him a letter if you have to.
  • Okay, so I'm sixteen, and I am thinking of going to another state for college. And when you live in that state, you get discounts. (there is a word for it but I'm not able to think of it.) And its all the way across the united states, I have no family to live in the area to live with. Personally, I would LOVE to have my own house so I can become a resident of Oregon and then the next year go into college. I would not have one hundred thousand dollars or the money for college, so would it be smart to get a loan for both, or would i be way overwhelmed? Thanks for any help I get. :]
  • You don't necessarily need to own a home to become a resident of OR. Typically, people get home loans after they finish college and have a stable income. To prove in-state residency, you have to show that you've lived there for a certain amount of time with a lease statement (from renting an apartment) or other documentation. I believe that the residency requirement is 3-4 months for OR., but it varies from state to state. I.e. CA is a year and one day. You don't get "discounts" for in-state residency. You just don't have to pay the out-of-state tuition, which is sky-high! Ask you college advisor at your school for further information about going to college in other state or look at the college's website about residency requirements.
  • You need to do some research on the cost of buying a house in the area you are considering. I'm afraid it is a bit too expensive for a college student. It is EXTREMELY hard to qualify for a mortgage and an 18 year old with no money and no credit and no good paying full time job would never be able to do it alone. Also, to qualify for the in state tuition, you have to be self supporting and move to the state for OTHER than a reason than to go to school. Sorry, its been tried by many... and not successfully accomplished.
  • My mother got very angry at me the other day because I have been unable to get a job this summer, and has said that they wont be paying for anything except for OSU (Oregon State) because that is what I have "earned". I have very high grades and a high ACT score and I have worked my butt off school-wise because that is what everyone else around me has encouraged me to do. I was devastated because it is my dream to get out of Oregon, and my mom was the one who had encouraged me to go to an out of state school. My grandparents have given me some money for college, but it isn't enough to last me all four years. I am very against asking them for more because of what they have already given. I was willing to go ROTC, either Air Force or Navy, but the school that I want to go to is Texas A&M, and it has a full-time ROTC program. If I went ROTC there it would defeat the purpose of why I want to go to TAMU. But, if I end up having no other option, I am willing to go ROTC. I really know very little about loans or financial aid, other than I wouldn't be able to get much assistance because of my dad's income. I'm going to a senior in the fall (i'm female, if this helps), and I figure that since it is close to application time and my mom is most likely going to stick to her guns, I have to decide now what I am going to do. What are some of my options?
  • Any information about scholarships would be helpful. I know in the west there is a program called WUE (Western Undergraduate Exchange), where select public schools in certain states let you pay 150% of in-state tuition rather than out of state. You just have to meet some academic requirements on a school-to-school basis. Is there anything like that in the rest of the country?
  • I am in the same boat. My parents don't have the money to pay for my college (i have an older bro in college, a younger sister who will be going in a few years) so its up to me for the most part. I will be attending TAMU this fall as a freshman. Because of my grades and test scores in HS, I received a $1,250 scholarship for the year. This doesn't sound like much, but I am an out of state student (from MIssouri) and TAMU offers out of state tuition wavers for students who receive a scholarship of $1000 or more. This waiver is saving me $14k this year and I will get to keep the waiver if I keep my grades up. TAMU also has a good financial aid program, I was offered a good amount of money. Of course, I still have several thousand to pay for, but they offered me a loan for part of this that does not have interest and another that has some interest, but i have 6 months after graduation to start paying on the loan. They also offer on-campus jobs that help you pay for school, not to mention the fact that its in a college town and there are a lot of others places to work. You can then get a loan from a bank to pay for the rest. Loans do suck, but you got to do what you got to do. Even if you do ROTC, members of the Corp of Cadets are extremely respected on campus and from what I have heard from a few of them, you can still have a social life outside of ROTC, after all there are over 800 student activities on campus. Point being, most students have to take out loans for school, its a part of life. I really hope your parents ease up and help you out a little bit, even if its just being more supportive. TAMU is a great place and I for one can't wait to start school here in a few weeks.
  • Sounds like you have two options: Go to school in-state or go to work part time while you're in school to earn money to add to that which your grandparents gave you. Also keep in mind that your mom may have said what she said in anger and it's possible she will change her mind.
  • Apply for Financial Aid at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov. Go to your school's Financial Aid office to see if you qualify for any other programs or have extra resources for you. Scholarships: http://www.thesalliemaefund.org/smfnew/scholarship/index.html http://scholarshipamerica.org/open_scholarships.php http://www.fastweb.com/ Loans: http://www.ed.gov/offices/OSFAP/DirectLoan/index.html GOOD LUCK!
  • Become a stripper. Work, work, work, save up your money so that you could go to school. Hopefully you don't get kicked out of where you live so that you dont have to pay rent on top of it all.
  • We live in Oregon and have been married for 4 years, we have a 4 years old daughter and my wife now toke her and moved out to other city that is still in Oregon. She is trying to get in revenge on me and thinking she will be getting all my income. She dose not work and was not working before we got married. Have always tried to get her on a job. She is the primary care giver for our daughter (we have one 4 yrs old) and I have no problem baying child support and wife support as will. She have been talking about doing a friendly settlement for now because we have not decided to divorce or any of that, how much %% should I be giving of my salarey for child support? and how much %% for wife support? I am trying to get an idea so she do not get advantage of me and also so things goes fair for the 3 of us. Also she have been taking that I will have to pay ALL day care for our kid and is basically looking for a total 60% of my G Income which is $2500. do I pay for the day care also? She also mentioned going to school and loans and things like that to find a job. DO I pay for that as well? I am trying to get an Idea for %% that will need to be send to them so it is fair and every one gets his/her needs. Many thanks, Sad father and husband.
  • If you two did divorce you would be responsible for paying for child support and alimony. These things are based on how much income you receive. There should be a website that is helpful, google the name of the county where you live be sure to include the state and child support for example: Ocean County Oregon child support. The website should be a .gov and should give you an idea of an amount along with other helpful information. Good Luck!!
  • If you are just separated now and divorce isn't in the picture, then don't go over board and pay to much. Then the judge will base his decision on what you have sent her. I would say child support should be about $75.00 a week and as far as spousal support, you have not be married that long for her to receive this. If your nice then send her $25.00 a week. She can go get a job and support her self, many other woman do this. Talk to an attorney and make sure you are being fair. It is worth the cost to make sure you are not going to be shafted. She may just want to come back home when she finds out you won't have to pay all of this money out.
  • Get a lawyer. Now. She is trying to take you to the cleaners financially speaking. 1) Each state has a minimum child support amount based off of a formula on how often you have custody/visitation vs. how much she does. In CA, I know that amount starts off at about $400 per child per month and can go up from there. 2) You most likely will not have to pay her alimony pass a 6 month period which she should be able to find a job by then and support herself. I would offer 5% of my monthly income for 6 months worth of alimony and no more. 3) Daycare costs should be split in half. 4) SHE is responsible for her own education, not you. Tell her that is what student loans are for and to get over herself. I would personally tell you to pay a total of $600 a month and half of daycare and half of medical and not a penny more for total costs of child support AND alimony.
  • She is only hoping that you are s stupid enough to hand over 60% and not get yourself a divorce lawyer who will help you with the divorce, child support/visitation, but she is only allowed 'spousal support' for a few months since her marriage did not last all that long. Apparently she is consulting an attorney, so protect yourself too.
  • First, you determine how much alimony you want to pay, than you deduct that amount from your gross income for deciding on child support. Alimony is tax deductible to you, which child support is not, so you need to talk to an account as to whether you want to be paying more alimony than usual as it could put you into a lower tax bracket, and you pay less child support. http://divpat.org/AlimonyVsChildSupport http://childsupportrights.org/ChildTaxCr... You know you could get custody simply by having possession of the child and filing first. Than, go for Bird Nest Custody. http://squidoo.com/BirdNestCustody http://dads-house.org/DivorceNDads http://ChildSupportRights.org/WhatPayersNeed2Know http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLC8077B1999DA0324 ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬... Federal Child Support Enforcement Handbook for Non-Custodial Parents http://childsupportrights.org/ ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬... To learn a father's rights, join Dads House Educational Center in Yahoo Groups. It's free to join and access all materials. You also associate with other fathers going through, and have already gone through, the same issues. We have an Educational Manual that teaches everything that needs to be known in addressing your legal issues. Mention your question here when asked why you want to join, as well as your state? http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Dads_House_Ed_Ctr/ http://www.youtube.com/DadsHouseEdCtr ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬... For 22 years, I have volunteered my time working with divorced/single fathers dealing in family law issues, such as child support, teaching them about what the states are not telling support obligors. ♂♀
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  • Lawyer, state laws on divorce with all your legal options. Child support and alimony is based on incomes, lifestyles, state guidelines, only percentages of your income is being used.
  • always go thru the courts. always use a lawyer. with out a court order ,everything you give is a gift and if she later takes you to court,you will lose that much more. it will not always be friendly,you will start to see someone else,she will not be happy,then will want more from you. with a court order what she gets is what she gets.
  • Gee,your lucky day. I just so happen to be an attorney. And I do divorces,too. I can do this in four sentences. She doesn't work. Therefore,she has NO money,right? You pay for everything. You have money.
  • Get a GOOD attorney.
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