Do not defraud the court. This is a ridiculous question. I am trying to imagine a situation where an attorney will write in a public forum that it would be ok to defraud the court. Again, do not defraud the court.
You can file a personal injury claim. In the alternative you may be able to file under workers compensation. I would be interested in speaking with you further about this matter. I see you are in Bridgeport. I am two minutes away in Stratford and my office handles matters like this one regularly....Read more »
I signed a contract and I paid a deposit on May 1st. I was verbally told the work would be done by the end of May. I have not heard back from the contractor since (it is now mid June). I have called multiple times and get no response. I fear the contractor is not planning on doing the work and is... Read more »
You need to hire an attorney with experience in civil litigation and contract law to "light a fire under the contractor" with a demand letter and some phone calls. At worst, you will need the attorney to file a claim against the contractor as well. This is something my office handles regularly....Read more »
Thats a little strange. You should get criminal defense counsel ASAP. You should also call back the police station and speak directly with them about protocol. Make sure you are prepared with the officer's name
You need to discuss this with an experienced bankruptcy attorney and should never never never try and handle your own case. That being said, I would exempt your piano under your wildcard or tools of the trade but it would all depend on how that matches up with your other property and exemption...Read more »
I was told I may need to update it if I was trying to get my national passport. .Ive decided to become a citizen and want to make sure I have the correct document . I've also applied for a name change and renewal to my green card which expires in 6 months . I wanna make sure I have no trouble... Read more »
Your original birth certificate should be fine as long as it has all the required information upon it. However, if it is in a foreign language, all foreign language documents must be translated into English. You should provide a plain photocopy of the original document and its translation into...Read more »
I was wondering if i would be eligible for the i-601 waiver since i was brought here as a child. I am not married but i do have a 2yr old US citizen son. iv been a DACA recipient since 2013 and just wanted to explore my chances of getting legal status.
I see that you are in Milford and wanted to note that we are five minutes from you in Stratford. Regarding your question, I think you should sit down and consult with an experienced immigration attorney to determine your best options. Attorney Amy Morilla in my office is a wonderful immigration...Read more »
Your question is very interesting but lacks details. Was the burglar armed? What were they armed with? What kind of depository. In order to determine how the crime would be classified, we would need more details. It may be well withing your best interest to consult with a knowledgeable attorney....Read more »
You need to sit down and consult with an attorney who focuses on Modifications and Foreclosure Defense as soon as possible. It is possible you have a case against the mortgage company for not properly applying payment. We have handled cases similar to this before against some of the larger banks....Read more »
I am very concerned because we have a 9 in 6 year old daughter and even though this was the first time he got caught but I found out that he has done this before to his niece years ago. I want to get full custody of them even though they're living with me and our Arrangements was flexible but in... Read more »
I am so sorry you find yourself in this terrible situation. The best advice I can offer you is to seek experienced family law counsel. Perhaps you might get a temporary restraining order if you are in fear for yours and your children's safety, by going to the police. You might be able to get a...Read more »
Attacked while sitting in chair. Concussion and waiting on MRI results for shoulder tear. Police said they would file report with courts, now they want to question attacker prior to filing. Is that typical?
You should consult with a personal injury attorney as soon as possible if you have not done so already. Also you should discuss the criminal aspect with an attorney who would have experience in this as well to determine if you need to appear or speak with the victim's advocacy office. Feel free to...Read more »
My son was arrested couple times because his wife, he was bail out I signed those bond, the last time he was arrested he get out with bond again but he did not show to the court, he agreed with his attorney to turn himself , lawyer want my son paid off his bill he already have 28 k, he did not kill... Read more »
This occurs in Walmart and when the request was politely declined I was told I had to obey this request. This store is a city store and I have not been asked to do this in stores in the suburbs. The cash register where business transaction took place is approximately twenty steps away from the... Read more »
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