Q: I can't afford a place of my own, but am getting there. One of my friends suggested that we buy a place together. I'm game, but I'm not sure what that means as far as our legal rights to one another and to the townhouse we are looking at.
Q: I think my boss is reading my personal emails at work. The issue is that I have been going back and forth with this guy I am dating and things have gotten pretty hot, electronically. Is my employer legally allowed to look through these letters?
Q: I have been together with my wife for 25 years. In the last two and a half years we have fallen on bad times, foreclosure,bankruptcy, and recently I have found out she has been having an affair for the last year. Instead of admitting to the affair she filed a restraining order against me. I did threaten her boyfriend, but it is my understanding that adultery is still a crime in the state of New Hampshire where we live. She mentions in her complaint about her current boyfriend. How can she file a restraining order on me when she's commiting a crime and admitting to it in her complaint?
Q: I am writing you because I am embarrassed to turn elsewhere and need some legal advice. About two months ago I had a casual fling with a woman which she ended abruptly. I naively assumed sex with her was safe. After my last medical checkup I discovered I have an STD and after talking to several of my buddies I am certain this woman was the source. I want to take action to prevent her from doing this to someone else and am wondering what my options are in term of legal recourse.