As we are not supposed to give specific legal advise here, please seek out representation from a criminal attorney who has knowledge of immigration law. There are specific offenses that can lead to deportation, but I do not believe that this is one of them
I have no car, no land, no house, and no business. I have been unable to work/go to school (I had to drop out) the past few years because of serious mental health issues (I've been to residential treatment twice in the past two years). I have complex-PTSD and have been experiencing very acute... Read more »
my ex started a petition to change parenting time and custody and won custody and is now asking for thier legal fees. child support was never has never been part of this process nor in any of the motions or petitions simple custody and parenting time. i want to discharge these legal fee in a... Read more »
Yes, you could potentially file for Bankruptcy on a Judgment that you can not afford to pay. There are many criteria that have to be satisfied, and I would urge you to seek out counsel in your state to assist you, but yes, this will not prevent you form filing, and this is the reason bankruptcy...Read more »
of peanut butter sandwich from his classmate and ate a piece of it resulting in vomitting and school nurse had to give him epipen shot and send him to ER on a ambulance, is the school liable for the medical costs of the Ambulance ride and ER visit. The teachers and school nurse are aware of his nut... Read more »
The question is not so much education as damages. Does your son have an IEP and is there a designated peanut free area and was he at it? Before one can answer your question, those questions posed would need to be answered. Sorry
I would agree with Scott, but add that if you call the Police Department in your Town, they may be able to give you a sticker or something to assist you in not getting tickets, as the vehicle broke down.
wants copies of my pay stubs. I said “no” I have nothing to do with this. This was before we were married. Can the court subpoena my pay stubs? I have no official court order demanding that I provide my pay stubs. Can I refuse since I have nothing to do with his bankruptcy?
The Bankruptcy Trustee can subpoena them. This is a situation called "change in circumstances" and allows the Trustee to request and augment the Plan in light of same. I would comply with your Husband's Counsel and discuss same with him/her
The statute does not state a specific time or distance. It says: The driver of every vehicle shall immediately drive to a position as near as possible and parallel to the right-hand edge or curb of the highway, clear of an intersection of highways, and shall stop and remain in that position until...Read more »
In November 2019, I was 15 (I’m 18 now) and was behind the passengers side of a Lyft driver. Is was around 3am and we got hit by a drunk driver on the highway. I watched my Lyft driver die and that was the last thing I remember. I woke in the hospital with a scraped knee, a broken rib and a... Read more »
Whether you are entitled is only half of the battle. Your statute of limitations is running out quickly. Normally it is 2 years but becuase you were a minor, it was suspended. You need to contact counsel asap.
You can negotiate with them. Any break they give you MAY result in a 1099-C for taxes. They start reporting usually after the first late 30 days occurs. Debt management companies, in my opinion, are not good as the first several months of payment go to their fees, and nothing is done to protect...Read more »
I believe the employee, if accident occurred while in his employment, would be entitled to coverage from the county. I recommend filing a title 59 notice if you are the Plaintiff. The time for this to be done is short, so speak with counsel.
My son is classified OHI and has an IEP. His teacher thought he was under the influence because he was exhibiting erratic behaviors. he was sent out to be drug tested, it came back negative. To prevent this from happening again, and to find out the complete story, I would like to speak with the... Read more »
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