A Delaware attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. If they issued you a denial form or a denial letter, it's possible those could outline your recourses, in terms of litigation, arbitration, etc. There aren't many details here, but one of your options is...Read more »
Hello i just finished a pfa order that was in effect for 2yrs and have been out of my home since. Case was dismissed and my ex who's been living there doesn't want me to come back refuses to pay rent and won't leave voluntarily. We have no verbal or written arrangements for her to be... Read more »
Suing her for possession ("eviction") is in order if you are the owner. If someone else owns it with you, then you may file suit for a Sale For Partition. Your lawyer should have already had you ready to do this when the opportunity arose. She will be going after you for child support,...Read more »
I live in the state of Delaware and am an inventor on a patent owned by my company (they are a non-profit and they applied for the patent; I did the work during my employment with them). The patent is going to be licensed by a company. I want to know whether I have legal grounds for compensation... Read more »
If you are the grantee on a Deed then you own some interest or the Fee Simple Absolute Estate in the real property. The Mortgage/Deed of Trust is a recorded security instrument against the land, securing the repayment of the Note. If you own it, then it is SUBJECT TO THE Mortgage. But unless...Read more »
The driver I believe is uninsured as he said he would pay for the damages. The driver also has a temporary license. We did not file a police report. The driver does not own the company vehicle but does work for the company. There is video footage of my car getting hit Infront of the grocery store.... Read more »
Since most attorneys who practice accident/injury law will provide a free consultation, I would recommend that use the Justia Find an Attorney tab and search for accident/injury lawyers in your area----call a few of them, set up consultations, and after meeting with 1 or more of them, then decide...Read more »
Will changing a letter in name and their specialty be good enough to not get any kind of copyright claim or some kind of takedown request? Think in the style of the Grand Theft Auto video game series by Rockstar.
Recently I have lost my Green Card at the Philadelphia International Airport. My question is can I apply for Naturalization process with a lost Green Card? I do have scanned copy of the Green Card, and a Police File Report for the incident. Before I incur the I 90 cost, I wanted to verify whether I... Read more »
Yes. As long as your green card is valid at the time that you apply for Citizenship and you have a copy of the front and back of it to submit with your naturalization application, you are ok to apply. Best wishes!
I do not practice in Delaware, but everywhere that I do practice, yes, a vehicle with an outstanding loan is both an estate asset (as to the value of the vehicle) and an outstanding estate debt (as to the outstanding balance of the loan).
This type of asset generates all kinds of issues...Read more »
I'm very confused by Delaware state code's "duty to support" clause and how it applies to my bankruptcy case. The clause says each spouse has the duty to support the other, so my wife is technically responsible for my ER bills? But the subsequent clause states that this duty... Read more »
I live in Delaware I am the father of four daughters who live in Puerto Rico in 2008 for which a pension was fixed for me in 2011 in 2019 my eldest daughter turned 21 years old and still continues to pay the pension in in 2019 and second daughter left home and still continues to pay the pension in... Read more »
You might have better chances of a response with this question if you reposted under Puerto Rico. Your post remains open for two weeks. Even though you're in Delaware, it sounds like Puerto Rico is where the pension originates from. There is not a section here for Pensions, but you could try...Read more »
i had a surgery on my left foot.i went to a foot dr. (podiatrist) and told him i had numbness in 2 of my toes so he sent me for an exray went back he said he was still unsure so he sent me for a mri went back and he said i know what it is and that i would need surgery ok so i had surgery and in... Read more »
A Delaware attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for five weeks. You could reach out to discuss with attorneys - the fact that you don't have money to hire an attorney is not generally a concern with med mal cases. They are usually handled on a contingency basis. In terms...Read more »
A website gives discount for each one who use an invite code. I opened more than one account to get this discount every time I purchased from them. I used different cards, name and shipping address on every time I purchased. Can they judge me or charge my card if they know that it's one who... Read more »
Yes----quite often in matters involving accidents and damage to property, a ticket is issued based on the law enforcement officer's investigation, which does not include his witnessing any portion of the accident/collision.
There is more than one way to accomplish this, and the choice depends on a lot of other factors that you have not mentioned. This is not a do-it-yourself project. You should contact an experienced estate planning attorney for assistance.
If you are asking whether you should ask for a public defender or represent yourself, then it's a no brainer to ask fort a public defender. You should not go into criminal court without a lawyer. If you think you might be able to afford a lawyer, then contact a few and find out ahead of your...Read more »
No, you do not have to sign an affidavit, however, it may (or may not) be in your and your 24 year old's best interests. My suggestion is that you contact an attorney or 2 in your area, bring the paperwork (affidavit, emails, correspondence) to your meet with the attorney and explain the...Read more »
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