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  • Time-share

    the plan for how the parents share time with their children. Also called visitation or parenting plan....

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  • time waiver

    When you give up the right to have a certain phase of the legal process take place within the normally specified amount of time....

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  • title

    The ownership or evidence of ownership of land or other property....

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  • toll

    See statute of limitations....

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  • tort

    A private or civil wrong; failure to perform some duty required by law or custom, resulting in harm to another. The victim of a tort may have the right to sue for damages to compensate for the harm su...

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  • tortfeasor

    A person that commits or is found guilty of a tort....

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  • transcript

    A written, word-for-word record of what was said at a trial or some other formal conversation like a hearing or deposition....

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  • transfer

    A judge's order to transfer a case from 1 court to another before a hearing or trial is held in the matter....

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  • Transition

    the moving of a child from one place where they are taken care of (like home, school or day care) to another....

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  • trial

    A court process in which the issues of fact and law are heard and decided according to legal procedures so a judicial officer or jury can make a decision in the case. Can be either (1) a bench trial?X...

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  • trial court

    The first court to consider a case, generally the superior court. (Compare appellate court.)...

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  • trust fund

    Money, stocks, bonds, or securities held under the control of someone for the use and benefit of another....

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  • trust items

    The specific things held in trust....

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  • trustee

    (1) The person that has custody of or control over funds or items for the benefit of another; (2) in a bankruptcy case, a person appointed to represent the interests of the bankruptcy estate and the u...

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  • turnover order

    Court order (after motion) requiring a judgment debtor to turn over specified property to the levying officer....

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