My exGF has Borderline Personality Disorder and is violent, damages property, throws objects, hits/shoves/suicidal. My ex-GF assaulted me on 08/22/2021 and 12/15/2021. 1st was dismissed at my request but open again due to the second charge. Before 12/15/2021 I was cut off financially after she... Read more »
Your question is not one that is easily resolved. You really need to have an in person consultation with an experienced matrimonial attorney, who has extensive domestic violence trial experience. This could have grave consequences and should not be taken for granted. During this pandemic, you have...Read more »
I live in New Jersey. I am 25 years old. I just found out that my mother placed a tracking app on my phone called AT&T Secure Family. I heard that it's against the law to put a tracking app on an adult's phone without permission. Can I legally sue?
There is no legitimate basis to file a lawsuit. You are obviously on a family plan. You can have it turned off and removed by AT&T. I seriously doubt any legitimate ethical attorney would take your case. Just because you feel you were unfairly treated does not mean you sue a family member. Get...Read more »
I have a judgement against me since last year. each year the attorney sends an information subpoena for me to fill out. I only receive social security benefits. it says Attach copies of the three most recent bank statements that contain funds from social security. an I redact from my bank... Read more »
Yes you certainly can take legal action both civilly and through the criminal justice system. How to determine who stole the EZ Pass may require retains a private investigator. Once that is determined and you have proof, then an experienced civil litigation attorney can review all your...Read more »
NO! A quitclaim deed is not worth the paper it is printed on. It has no effect on the mortgage and does not relieve the signer of the quitclaim deed of any liabilty. The best bet would be to refinance the property to eliminate the ownership of the other person.
There is no standardized answer to your question. There is a backlog of cases and a shortage of Judges in New Jersey, but it should take less than a year. Pick the best attorney you can find and remember one rule: a good attorney is generally never cheap, and a cheap attorney is generally never...Read more »
A judge has wide latitude to order almost anything when children are involved. You are not a trained attorney. You do not know the Court Rules, Rules of Evidence, case law, nor are you trained how to handle a legal case, especially if litigation is involved. However, if you do not retain counsel,...Read more »
Determining whether a trademark exists is not so simple. You really need to meet with an intellectual property attorney and you also need to have the correct corporate entities in place to protect you and your business against personal liability. You also need to have all your intellectual property...Read more »
That sounds like a trap to me. No one would file a Motion with the Court and then cancel it. It also would not take until February 4, to do so. It can be withdrawn in 1 to 2 days at the most. You really need to retain an experienced matrimonial (family law attorney) to handle this matter for you...Read more »
My Mortgage Note has been sold 3 times since my foreclosure and a default judgment was granted to the original Mortgage Note owner. The 3rd assignment/sale has not been publicly recorded. The original bank was granted a Writ of Execution for a Sheriff Sale but they no longer own my Note. The law... Read more »
Without reading the by-laws of the the condo board, no one can answer that. But if the property has been condemned it may not be sellable. But if it can be sold, as is, then you should take the money and run.
If a 16 year old's mom gives permission for them to move into their grandparents house, but their father doesn't, do they need both parents permission, or can they move out with only their moms permission.
You did not indicate whether or not your parents are married or divorced. But this question means there is a lot of trouble going on in your family that is not being disclosed. At 16 you have no right to retain counsel, but if an adult brings a legal proceeding to allow this to happen, a Guardian...Read more »
Mortgages are negotiable instruments that can be freely bought and sold, without your consent. To determine what your options are, you really need to retain an experienced mortgage foreclosure defense and bankruptcy attorney. Choosing a cheap attorney can often lead to expensive mistakes and/or...Read more »
You cannot just "put a restraining order" on your wife. You have to have a legitimate legal basis to seek a Temporary Restraining Order under the Prevention of Domestic Violence Act. Then there has to be either a trial or a settlement, which does not necessarily mean that you will be able...Read more »
You are not a trained attorney. You do not know the Court Rules, Rules of Evidence, case law, nor are you trained how to handle a legal case, especially if litigation is involved. However, if you do not retain counsel, and the opposing party does have counsel, you could get slaughtered...Read more »
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