The child was conceived in the dominican republic, but the child was was born in the british virgin islands. The mother and child currently live in the british virgin islands. I have been giving the mother $300 a month prior to the child being born. Can the mother remain in the british virgin... Read more »
If your lawyer contacted the court to get an adjourned court date then the case simply gets adjourned. If he does not show up, and did not contact ther court and is without a valid excuse, you should be able to get an adjournment and find out why, or get a new attorney. You need to now why the...Read more »
The use of cell, phones and electronic devices is gfoverned by VTL 1225-c-2 and 1225 d(1). It is a five point violation (11 points suspends your license). If you have a probationary license or learners permit, those can be suspended. 2nd and 3rd offenses increase the fines and will make it less...Read more »
The legal presumption in New York, that any child conceived during the marriage is the child of the husband. Unless he brings a paternity action to rebut that presumption, he will be, under the law,. the father of the child. You do not have to do anything. As soon as the child is born, he will be...Read more »
His only brother died before him a week ago and left my uncle his property and assets. All his siblings are dead. Niece and nephew, the only surviving children of his siblings, want to know who has right to assets. The niece took care of my uncle prior to his death and has her name on his bank... Read more »
First, this is not a family law question. It is an estates question. Second, having said that, if there is no will the estate passes by intestate succession. Depending on his surviving relatives, the law decides who gets everything based on how they are related. Spouse would come first, the...Read more »
Your wife's income can be increased by imputing some of your income if it is used to pay household expenses for her. If he is the custodial parent, then income will be imputed to her based on several factors, including what you contribute. Contact an attorney.
I even have this as proof in texts from him. Now months later after a fight he's trying to say I committed fraud. If I have the texts as proof that he willingly gave permission , then I'm in the clear , correct ?
First of all, this is not a Family Law question. it is a Criminal Law question. As for whether you are "in the clear", that depends. If you used his card with his permission, as he dictated, then you may have a defense. No one but your attorney, who would review the facts, can make a definitive...Read more »
It really depends on the age difference at the time of the relationship. In NY Statutory rape occurs when a person has consensual sex with someone under the age of consent. ... It is considered statutory rape to have sex with anyone under 17 years old in New York. However, there is a close-in-age...Read more »
Ex-spouse refuses to follow through with property agreement set in divorce decree. Currently financially frozen. How do I go about enforcing? What kind of lawyer do I get? Divorce or Property/Real Estate.
The lender is correct. as far as they are concerned you are equally responsible. They are not a party to the divorce. If your spouse agreed to be responsible and isn't, then you can file an Order To Show Cause in the Divorce Action. Speak to a Divorce lawyer.
While you can file bankruptcy without a lawyer, the liklihood of success is almost zero. B ankruptcy is complicated. Even some lawyers, who do not do this every day, make mistakes. Besides complicated forms, there are discovery rules that are equally complicated. There are rules that must be...Read more »
You can go to the county clerk where you got divorced and obtain a certified copy of the divorce judgment. A marraige license for your subsequent marraige is not proof of divorce, and if you were not legally divorced, it would be proof of your bigamy. Go to the clerk and get a copy of your divorce...Read more »
HI, my friend has an physically and verbally abusive mother but him and his father are scared to go to court due to mothers usually getting custody over the children. He is a 16 yrs old and really needs help. How can a lawyer insure that his father will get custody. The mother is unemployed
First, let me say the employment status of the mother is irrelevant. However, a 16 year old hgas alot of say in who the custodial parent will be. The court can appoint an attorney for the child who can voice his preference to the court and the court can even have an interview, in the Judge's...Read more »
To get the amount adjusted and do I have to serve my ex wife . I pay 800 a month for both kids. Also do I need to get her served she moves to Texas last year without me knowing when and where until received a letter from the health insurance in the mail. Fyi the oldest one has lived with me for the... Read more »
A refund is part of the bankruptcy estate of the filer. The reason is that it is really deferred income. However, since you are not the filer and the refund is not joint, it is not part of the bankruptcy estate as it is not your wife's deferred income. The trustee can not come after it.
If a subpoena requires attendence, it does so on all adjourned dates. Are you sure it requires your attendence and not just the certified records? Often when we want records admitted and we do not need addiitional testimony, we issue a Subpoena Duces Tecum which only requires attendence if the...Read more »
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