When we first bought the house (my parents and I) the deed/title was in all 3 names and the mortgage was just in their name. I refinanced while we were married but the mortgage is in my name only (and the deed/title is, too).
If you didn't take care of it in the divorce settlement you might be stuck. Financial institutions are reluctant to remove a name unless one of the parties refinanced the loan. Check with your Ex to see if they will refinance the debt.
The answer is two years from the date of the accident unless you are a juvenile. Then it is two years after you become 18. In a medical malpractice case the statute is two years from the time of the occurrence or two years from the time that you learned the occurrence was a result of medical...Read more »
Unfortunately you will need to consult legal counsel. There are numerous questions: Is the wife living with husband, Is she named under the liability policy, What was her purpose in driving his care, what is their history.
I am not on the deed to the farm, but it was purchased after we were married with marital money. He will be receiving my divorce complaint in the mail this week. We have a prenup agreement but it only covers the properties that he owned before marriage, and my lawyer says that it is very... Read more »
First of all Comp can't be stopped without hearings and order of the Judge. If marijuana is legal in the state and doctor perscribes it,probably no. In Pa it is I believe still illegal. So the defense would try to stop your benefits. Whether they would win or not depends on much more
I also received a Notice of Suspension or Modification but was taken back out of work by the doctor the same day this form was created. I have not challenged the Suspension due to receiving the new Supplemental Agreement for Compensation for Disability or Permanent Injury document the following... Read more »
Our last court date was 10/21/2016. It was decided that I'd get a small portion of his 401. At last inquiry, I was told his lawyer still going over paperwork and my husband still had to sign. We had nothing together but 401's and a car which he traded so I wouldn't get in the... Read more »
It can take a few months to complete all the paper work. First, you need to sign a settlement agreement with your husband. Then the company handling the 401k will need to have a qualified domestic relations order. This process can take up to 3-6 months. If you have concerns contact your lawyer
The answer is generally no. Workers Compensation means that you are not able to perform the duties of your job due to a work injury. When you recover then you are expected to return to work at your job. Disability on the other hand as defined under Social Security means you are not able to perform...Read more »
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