I’m on permanent disability; I would like SSA to use my tax info from 2020 or 2022 as 2021 I only had high amount of taxable withdrawals from my dads Inherited IRA; used to purchase a low income affordable condo & pay taxes & additional money taken out in order to pay taxes etc. I... Read more »
answered on Mar 4, 2023
To prepare for an SSA IRMAA appeal administrative hearing, you may want to consider seeking legal assistance from an attorney who specializes in Social Security law. They can help you present your case in the best way possible, and help you navigate the appeals process.
In addition, it may... Read more »
answered on Dec 15, 2022
Some employment lawyers handle unemployment appeals.
Months after my divorce was final in 2020, my ex took me to court for 50/50 custody. At the time she had visitation every other weekend and a night for dinner during the week. The judge denied her request and sent us to mediation. At mediation I felt like I had to give up something so we agreed on... Read more »
answered on Dec 5, 2022
The filing of an appeal of a trial court's decision on a custody/parenting time decision must be within 45 days of the date of the order. Appeals are also expensive and time consuming. My suggestion is that you meet with a family law attorney experienced in handling family law appellate work... Read more »
My 3rd DWI had been overturned on a post convition appeal due to the Cassidy v. NJ case. I served 180 days in jail because of the charge. I got charged in 2015 went right to jail and released in 2016. The case was just overturned and I please down to careless driving. Can I have a lawsuit because... Read more »
answered on Oct 23, 2022
You posted this question to the NY attorney's forum. Try posting it again in NJ. Good luck!
He was supposed to go to a hearing on Thursday but for some reason they did not have it. Also by any chance can the money we already paid the current lawyer be transferred to the new lawyer?
answered on Aug 12, 2022
You can always change lawyers however, your old lawyer will be entitled to the money he has earned already generally computed at the lawyers normal hourly rate. That being said a lot of lawyers are weary of taking a case at the last minute like this as it will take a lot of time for your new... Read more »
I was terminated from my job of 18 years in July of 2018 ,I got hurt on the job,and was unable to continue to do my job afterwards. I put in for accidental disability retirement and was denied January 2022 .
answered on Apr 8, 2022
I'm sorry for your ordeal with the injury and the denial. You could search online, which you may have already done. You could check with the New Jersey State Bar Association if they have resources that could be helpful. Although this site doesn't act as an attorney referral service, there... Read more »
answered on Apr 6, 2021
It sounds as though you want to file a writ of habeas corpus, and attorney fees vary by lawyer and complexity of a filing, so your best option is to speak to several attorneys who actually do that work to get an idea of price. Not all criminal attorneys have experience in filing habeas claims and... Read more »
Unemployed benefits has expired and currently have no income. Have had anxiety and depression since a child (14 years old). I'm 36 years old
answered on Mar 15, 2021
I'm not in NJ but Social Security disability is a federal program so the rules are the same no matter what state you live in. If possible, I recommend hiring an attorney local to you that has a lot of experience in handling this type of case, particularly since you are younger. The good news... Read more »
This court order stemmed from my appeal of a Motor Vehicle decision to suspend my license when receiving out of state information. I am finding it hard to have such information on immediate search engines when my name is "searched". It is affecting my ability to obtain the level of... Read more »
answered on Jul 6, 2020
It's public information by law.
answered on Mar 20, 2020
Opting for the ignition interlock device is a fist conviction. You should retain counsel and determine whether the charges are defendable. You cannot appeal your decision, but you may be able to withdraw a plea. You may only appeal decisions of the judge.
I am overwhelmed and there is too much stuff now packed into the storage units. I can’t even pull things out for the organizations to take stuff. I have one month before the first group is due in about a week after that the second group is due. If I have to pay all of these I will not be able to... Read more »
answered on Feb 5, 2020
I am sorry to hear about your situation. Have you looked into any of NJ's state assistance programs?
My car is fully packed with stuff for my dorm room
answered on Aug 28, 2019
Sure, but your chances of winning without a lawyer are small and a lawyer would be price prohibitive.
My Notice of Appeal and Civil Case Information Statement were both Received and Filed with the Appellate Division on April 26, 2019. According to the Case Manager, Marcella Coley, the respondent, an attorney from the NJ Office of the Attorney General (OAG), was required to file a Case Information... Read more »
answered on Jul 11, 2019
You can file a motion , but, in my experience, it won’t work . The cis etc are ministerial tasks and the other side will just go ahead and file our of time and the appellate division will just shrug.
My Case No. 17-CV-106 in Rusk County used the same defense against my estate to get dismissed from the action . My case is on CCAP and I would like to know how it relates to Judge Andersons reasoning and Oral decision . Please call me at 860-460-7399 . Thank you , Hugh F. McCaffery , Jr.
answered on Apr 25, 2019
If you are wondering why lawyers here on Justia frequently advise people to consult with a lawyer who handles their issue it is because Justia is a free online legal forum established to allow members of the public to ask general legal questions. Most of the lawyers are very experienced successful... Read more »
the temp plates on my car. He left them in my front seat along with a pink sheet for registration which was not filled out correctly and did not have my real NJ Drivers License number on it. I bought in NJ and the temp tag and registration and title where all issued from PA. I signed... Read more »
answered on Oct 22, 2018
Appeals from trial court decisions are 'as of right', so most likely yes. But a reliable answer requires that you first speak with an attorney. An attorney will evaluate the specific facts of your case before providing you with the best answer. However, the courts use strict rules and... Read more »
answered on May 29, 2018
Depends on the exact violation you were charged with.
I plead guilty to a motor vehicle infraction and now after 2 months I wanna retract my plea for lack of factual basis. I reached out to my public defender and he told me he doesn't work for me any more. Told me I need to reapply for him to represent me. Is this true? If I reopen a case, he was... Read more »
answered on May 20, 2018
Generally you would need to pay the public defender again, if the judge even Grants you a public defender.
The other party (my ex) and their attorney presented many pages of text exchanges between ex and my new sig other, I'd say approx 75-100 texts over the course of 6 month for so.. They were all printed out. Some just showed my name, then after I was removed as a "contact" they showed... Read more »
answered on Apr 20, 2018
You would have to file a motion to set aside the order based on what you may believe is fraud/mistake, etc. This usually needs to be filed within 1 year of the order but the sooner the better. Can you prove you did not send that text?
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