I defaulted on a loan for a little over $6,000 I was recently given a summons by the sheriff on behalf of the loan company. I'm currently unemployed due to the virus I'm very worried about losing my vehicle as it is my last life line (Uber) if I am taken to court with a judgement. I do... Read more »
You shouldn't have to worry about wage garnishment as that isn't allowed under NC law. However, there is a chance your vehicle could be seized. Whether that happens is going to depend on the amount of equity you have in this vehicle, and to what extent you can "exempt" this...Read more »
I was arrested for attacking my wife but the case was dismissed (year a ago). I understand that stays on my record. I'm about to start custody case with a different woman. I know she will bring up that attack. Can I object to that? or better option?
If the criminal charge was dismissed without a finding or admission of guilt, then it shouldn't be admissible in court. And if the judge does permit the question to be asked at a trial (over your objection), you just need to put in evidence that the charge was ultimately dismissed.
You might have grounds to file for emergency custody here in NC if you can prove to the Court that "there is a substantial risk that the child(ren) may be abducted or removed from the State of North Carolina for the purpose of evading the jurisdiction of North Carolina courts."...Read more »
The wife and I are currently separated and wife drew up some standard separation papers from the internet and not through a lawyer. The wife and I got a loan one year ago to help with bill. The loan is only in my (husbands name) because i had better credit at the time. We both were knowledgeable... Read more »
It is a somewhat complex analysis depending on the particular facts of the case, but the simple answer is that the claims of a parent is going to defeat the claims of a non-parent. That doesn't mean that all the involved parties can't agree to a schedule that gives grandma (or whoever)...Read more »
A proper appeal as a pro se litigant is going to be next to impossible. If you are just trying to file a Rule 59/60 Motion, you might be more successful, but I'm very skeptical. You will want to check the deadlines for filing a 59/60 Motion, as your time might have already expired....Read more »
They hold little (or no) weight when it comes to child custody as the court needs to independently determine what custodial schedule is in the child's best interests. However, to the extent that the parties ended up FOLLOWING the agreed upon schedule, the court can use this information and...Read more »
I do not consent to being the Nomde Guerre, dead entity or corporate fiction (ens-legis), named in "ALL CAPS" created by legislature, as I am flesh and blood created by God all mighty and live on the land. As all crimes are commercial in nature ,held in bankruptcy court of equity, in... Read more »
43 years of marriage. Divorce granted. Need to find a Legal aid lawyer to help her with dividing up the assets. They have a court date for nov 30th. Calendar call is on nov 18th via internet to see if the 30th is a good date. Where should she go from here?
I'm a little hesitant to answer this question as I'm not certain what you mean you say "calendar court," and because each county does things a little differently. That said, what I think you are referring to is simply the date where the parties come before the court and pick...Read more »
I'm not sure I quite understand the question, but will point out that child support and the rights of the non-custodial parent to see the child aren't connected. They are handled on completely different paths.
To the extent he isn't paying, any efforts on your part to have...Read more »
He is 20 years old. Very convoluted family. Mother goes to him for everything bypassing other adults in household. From shopping, to friendship, to help parenting other children, and specifically rejecting help from other adults in the house
I don't think I can provide an answer here as this doesn't appear to be a legal issue. While still young, this person is a 20 year old adult and can make their own decisions about how to interact with their family. If there are issues in this household, it would appear appropriate to...Read more »
Absent a court order that prohibits who can be around the child, or where the father can go with the child, you don't really have any say in what the father does with the child. And without a court order, either parent can deny access/visitation to the child.
Is it legal to force a parent to stay in current state even though they got a job in another state. I got a good paying job with benefits in another state but now my husband wont leave our current state so we can live close to each other to share custody over your son. We are still married and have... Read more »
I'm not sure how he is "forcing" you to stay in North Carolina. You can come and go as you please, and you are free to move to Florida to take advantage of this job opportunity. He can't force you to stay, and you can't force him to go.
If you don't have an alimony claim pending PRIOR to a divorce, then your claim is going to be completely barred. In other words, you must have initiated your alimony claim before the divorce is finished if you want to pursue it. Unfortunately, unless I'm reading your facts wrong, it...Read more »
We have been legally separated for roughly 5 months and he has signed a Free Trade Agreement. Currently I have the house and pay everything but I want to refinance it to my name and pay him off of the loan. Are there any specific legal documents or procedures I need?
The only document that you would NEED is a deed prepared that conveys his interest in the house to you. However, I also think you would WANT a Separtion Agreement, which would set forth the terms of a potential buyout and would fully resolve all of your remaining property claims (as well as...Read more »
I’m trying to determine if Worksheet A or B should be used to determine the amount of child support I pay. Based solely on the weekly custody schedule in my consent order, my sons spend 120 overnights with me/year. But if you factor in holidays and vacation time also defined in the consent order,... Read more »
If your mother's name is on the deed (not the mortgage, the DEED), then she has an ownership interest in the property regardless of whether she has divorced your father. So it seems like your mother and father still might own the property, each having a 50% interest.
He shouldn't be entitled to half, but would potentially have a claim to a smaller fractional interest. He may have a claim to any mortgage principal reductions made during the marriage due to the monthly mortgage payments. He may have a claim to the active appreciation of the home during the...Read more »
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