Whether the funds are held in a 401(k), a bank account, or cash they remain a marital asset subject to equitable distribution. A Court would certainly frown upon this type of behavior and would likely hold the husband liable for any early withdrawal fees, penalties, and additional taxes incurred.
Regarding to children's schedule during holidays and birthdays. The signed temporary court order (expired) has no mentioned of parent's birthday, only Thanksgiving and Christmas. Ex-wife chooses when to use draft or signed court order to her benefit. We also agreed to change schedules... Read more »
Judge requested more information for our divorce filing. Married in 07, lived apart since 09 but never filed for divorce until now (unfortunately after the 2016 maintenance law enactment). She signed a waiver of spousal maintenance. I already pay support. I know that pre-divorce seperate living... Read more »
It sounds like you reached a settlement agreement with you wife. If your wife waived maintenance it is highly likely that the Court will accept that waiver. If the Court is requesting additional information it means that something was missing from your wife's affidavit. It could also mean...Read more »
It end up destroying my engine. I was taking the owner to small claims court and he wanted to go through his insurance company to settle out of court and I accepted his offer. I gave him all the receipts and documentation to file the claim. A few months went by and I haven't had any word from... Read more »
A Stipulation Agreement was issued in December ordering my sister, her husband and 22 year old disabled child to vacate on or befire May 31, 2020. In March that family went to Baltimore to reside with their oldest daughter during this pandemic. I am 71 years old and their return may be a threat to... Read more »
It sounds like you may have resolved an eviction case through a stipulation of settlement. Generally, a stipulation of settlement will state that upon non-compliance you may obtain a judgment and warrant of eviction. A warrant of eviction will permit the Sheriff to physically remove the tenants...Read more »
My ex got pregnant and she told me that she miscarried, but really she had the baby and has been keeping it a secret ever since. Do I have any legal rights in this situation? She cant legally keep my child from me? Can she?
You may be able to re-open the case based upon your ex-spouse's fraud. You should seek the advice of a divorce attorney immediately. My office is currently offering free telephone and Skype consultations.
I paid an application fee and first month’s rent for an apartment I was looking to rent. The real estate agent told me if I did not get the apartment, then the first month’s rent is refundable, but the application fee is not. I could not get the apartment due to COVID, so it went to another... Read more »
I usually let my dog walk about a foot, not more than 2, on neighbors property. If he goes to the bathroom, I pick it up. But if the property owner says I can’t walk him on their lawn, do they have the legal right to do so?
“The elements of a cause of action [to recover damages] for defamation are a ‘false statement, published without privilege or authorization to a third party, constituting fault as judged by, at a minimum, a negligence standard, and it must either cause special harm or constitute defamation per...Read more »
The dentist said that the stitches would dissolve within 2weeks and it's been a little over a month and the stitches are still in my mouth. I called them and they said that they will come out on their own and they havent.
This sounds like a medical question and not a legal question. You should seek the advice of another dentist. A Medical Malpractice case requires damages, if you have not suffered any damages you have no case to pursue.
Trying to make this simple... I live in NY a neighbor of mine needed a loan of 25k... And agreed if i give him the loan it would be as a mortgage on 2 pieces of property he owns in FLA which we did the legal way recorded against the properties in FLA citrus county...This was in 2011 and on loan... Read more »
Without further information regarding the legal contents of the note it is difficult to say whether New York or Florida law would apply. There may be a choice of law provision in the note. You should consult with an attorney in New York and Florida.
Our son was born In Florida, my job requires me to travel so I bought a camper so we can all be together as a family.. I’m the only one that works, she stays home. I CANT HAVE HER TAKE HIM TO KODIAK ALASKA..
My mom started with a new physical therapy practice back in Aug 0f 2019. She has medicare and blue cross blue shield. They said they accepted her insurance and proceeded to make copies of her insurance cards. At each visit, they never asked her for a co-payment. She recently called the... Read more »
Your mother should review the explanation of benefits statements that are issued by Blue Cross Blue Shield. The EOBs will indicate what amount is due per the insurance policy. It is unusual that the co-pays were not collected at the time of service but it is perfectly acceptable to bill for them.
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