It was a tow company that impounded my vehicle due to a traffic stop and me not having proper updated tags; which I also hear that insurance is voluntary unless you’re operating a commercial vehicle. The tow company is currently suspended via the tax commission on the Secretary of State website.
You do not give enough detail to thoroughly answer your question. However, if there was no enforceable binding agreement of contract then you do not have a lot of option. You possibly could sue them for it but then it is what can the evidence show for a oral agreement. You should contact legal...Read more »
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 »
ODT has 7 years from the date of assessment to file a suit against the taxpayer. Once the judgment is rendered then the ODT/OAG has 15 years to collect. If no tax return was ever filed, then there is no statute of limitation to collect.
The Casino told me I need to have a Power of Attorney but I was told by someone else that Power of Attorney's are only for the living. Will an Affidavit of a Small Estate work? If so, does it need to be filed with the court or just signed in front of a Notary? She, my mother, passed suddenly... Read more »
If you opened probate and had "Letters Testamentary" the casino would likely honor that, but that is a hassle if there's no need to open probate. You may be able to obtain a "Wage and Income Transcript" from the IRS, which shows reported W2s, but it will take some time for...Read more »
I found out by DNA that I'm the father of twins in Dec of 2020. I am not on the birth cert. I moved to Oklahoma February 24th. I currently provide for the entire family. My two 8 month twin girls, her 7 yr old girl, her 17 year old son and her. she said she's moving out and i want to know... Read more »
Best place to start is hire an attorney to file a paternity action to establish your rights. That will help you get a visitation order, child support order, and get the information you need for insurance purposes.
Concerning the custody of infants: As a practical matter, you would need some...Read more »
a levy was filed on my husband by a CC company in Dakota county. There was $2880.00 frozen in our account because of it. My husband is currently in the Feds at FCI Gilmer in WV. He has been there for over 1 year. The judgement is for debt that was incurred before we were married or even knew each... Read more »
Open a. Ew account only in your name to protect yourself. If you can show that the money in this account that was seized came from your earnings, you should be able to recover it. You need to move fast as there are time limitations on filing such objections. I recommend you hire a lawyer to help...Read more »
I took a job with the understanding that I could let them know before the first paycheck whether to submit the W2 form I filled out or whether to change it to a 1099-nec. Payroll wasn’t informed and issued first check as a W2 and I wanted it as 1099. How can we fix this before second payroll?
You don't get to decide if you are paid on a W-2 or 1099 basis. If you are an employee, you must be paid on a W-2 basis. Reporting income on a 1099 basis means you are being treated as an independent contractor, and that is a legal conclusion based on many factors. In California it is very...Read more »
You might have to file an Action for a Partition Sale. Hire a competent AR attorney to prosecute this Action which will probably involve some service by publication. The taxes paid might be recovered as contributions, but do not count on it.
Any account or life insurance that has a beneficiary goes directly to beneficiary outside of a probate. You didn't mention if she owned Florida real estate or if she had a will. Different rules would apply for intestate or homestead property.
No, Florida requires signature, two witnesses and notarization, if this is not the case then it will not be a valid Will and the estate will be deemed Intestate and the Florida Intestate Statutes will apply to the probate. This means it will be important who survived your daughter and whether the...Read more »
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