Has written the Cort on my behalf to dismiss the charge and regerstration I have beenarried adopted 2 and had another child all 3 raised up right I missed 1 check in and non compliant with warrent not will I get a chance to post bail when I turn myself in tomorrow
Based on your post, you should hire an attorney immediately----discuss with your attorney your situation, including the possibility of getting bail set so that you can bond out quickly---as well as defenses to your violation and your overall history. Again, based on your post, you need to hire the...Read more »
He submitted an interrogatory and production of documents a year ago and lied about his income. He has two sources of income and only reports one. My attorney then said that his second source of income will only be brought up in the event he states that he can’t afford my interim spousal support.... Read more »
I’ve been paying child support for my 2 children, ages 18 and 21, which one is special needs. My special needs son has recently passed away and my 18 yr old is still in school and working. Am I still obligated to pay the full amount till she is 19 or does my child support automatically reduce to... Read more »
I suspected that my ex-wife was abusing my children. So, I placed an audio recording device in a car that I own but she uses often. Sure enough, after I came back from work and listened to the recording, I found out that she was abusing my son to an extreme psychological level. What should I do? is... Read more »
I previously filed a false police report on someone because I was extremely angry emotional dealing with morning sickness ,don’t know What came over me, so I went to jail because I confess will the DA still prosecute since I told the truth? Will charges be dismissed in court? Or will a innocent... Read more »
Sometimes. The average rate for most misdemeanors is probably around $1,500---$2,000 depending on the charge. True, if you call around you might be able to find an attorney who will charge less than $1,500--$2,000 depending on the circumstances, but there are also attorneys who will charge more....Read more »
he is administrator and has completely neglected the property, home and funds- he has used ins funds and never fixed the home then claimed more damage and had appraisals done that changed from C5 to C3 even though the home is gutted and unlivable-however his lawyer attacks me in an 11 page... Read more »
Do you have an attorney? If you have an attorney representing you, then please discuss this with him. If you do not have an attorney, then please use the Justia search function and look for succession/probate attorneys in your area, set up a consultation or 2, discuss your issues, obtain your...Read more »
I went through eviction process one the case in JP court. The tenant filed an appeal in civil ct but did not file an appeal bond. She owes me approx 19k to date. The judge accepted the appeal set a court date for 2 months away. In the tenants appeal she lied throughout it nothing she said was... Read more »
An appeal from JP court has different requirements/deadlines than other courts. Also, if an appeal bond is needed and no appeal bond was posted, then that can be grounds to dismiss the appeal. Your post asks about a "response" to an appeal which I am not sure if you meant an answer to...Read more »
i'm 25 years old I am disabled and my dad has been in arrears for a while he finally filed taxes after 3 years & notified me that I should be getting a lump sum payment. Is my Biological mother entitled to the funds even though I never lived with her & someone else raised me and is my... Read more »
If you legally lived there, and she caused it to be removed she is liable for the costs of recovering it. Whether police will accept a complaint is a different thing. If you have registration showing it was yours for some time, she knew that, then they might.
As long as the donor is of sound mind, the donor should be able to donate his/her interest to whomever he/she wants----since you are discuss a house, which I interpret to mean real property, there are rules on how to donate real property, which if not followed, may nullify the donation----so, I...Read more »
The mother is an alcoholic. She has been driving drunk with the child in the car numerous times, even to bring her to my fiancé's mother's house. She lives in a terrible house with mice, mold, and holes in the walls. She is remarried and is the domilicary parent but never includes my... Read more »
I was just employed by a start up company and they want me to get an affidavit saying that I am the only one who has claim to any business information. for example if I were to get married and then divorced my spouse could not have any of my shares in the company
Short version is that you and/or your employer should hire a lawyer to properly draw up all of the paperwork you are discussing/seeking. It would seem that your employer would have an interest in doing this because I assume that there may be additional person(s) --whether employees or business...Read more »
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