As we are not supposed to give specific legal advise here, please seek out representation from a criminal attorney who has knowledge of immigration law. There are specific offenses that can lead to deportation, but I do not believe that this is one of them
my ex started a petition to change parenting time and custody and won custody and is now asking for thier legal fees. child support was never has never been part of this process nor in any of the motions or petitions simple custody and parenting time. i want to discharge these legal fee in a... View More
Yes, you could potentially file for Bankruptcy on a Judgment that you can not afford to pay. There are many criteria that have to be satisfied, and I would urge you to seek out counsel in your state to assist you, but yes, this will not prevent you form filing, and this is the reason bankruptcy...View More
of peanut butter sandwich from his classmate and ate a piece of it resulting in vomitting and school nurse had to give him epipen shot and send him to ER on a ambulance, is the school liable for the medical costs of the Ambulance ride and ER visit. The teachers and school nurse are aware of his nut... View More
The question is not so much education as damages. Does your son have an IEP and is there a designated peanut free area and was he at it? Before one can answer your question, those questions posed would need to be answered. Sorry
This is the problem with debt consolidation. Contact the group that did it and see if they have any record of same and payment. If not, then you either work it out of you may need to file a bakruptcy if that is available to you
This judgment comes from a ch7 bankruptcy from 2 years ago which the creditor challenged in bankruptcy court and we agreed on a final number and payment plan which I have been making payments on. I did a search to see if my payments are recorded with court but the judgment isn’t even recorded it... View More
39:4-97.3 Use of a handheld cellphone or electronic communication device while driving (if that it the violation code on the ticket) is a 3 point violation. You can try and plea bargain down by talking to the Prosecutor but you will wind up paying a higher fine
tHE HURSING HOME WANTS TO KNOW WHEN HE FILED FOR BANKRUPTCY AND WHEN HE SIGNED THE HOUSE OVER TO MY OTHER NEPHEW WHO IS DEAD. IF IT WAS EASY TO FIND OUT THE ANSWER I WOULD NOT HAVE ASKED YOU. THANK YOU WE THOUGHT THERE WAS A COURT SOMEWHERE WE COULD ASK.
UPDATE: I can't find where to respond to answers, so I will try to clarify better. There was a court order to both parties in the case to cease all public/private communications about the other in all forms, directly or indirectly, during active litigation. In the meantime, defendant filed... View More
Yes, a chapter 7 will relieve your obligation provided you successfully complete same and recieve a discharge, provided that an adversary complaint objecting to discharge is not filed (and successfully litigated).
As far as I know, if you have not filed the bankruptcy, then you can request that counsel file under a different Chapter if possible. Chapter 7 vs Chapter 13. You may ahve to pay additional monies but it should be able to be done prior to filing without much trouble.
The ticket was careless driving. I hit a railing and my friend was injured. Now I am contacting my insurance company. I don't know what this hearing is about. If I say something wrong at the hearing, will I take all the responsibility for this accident and then the insurance will not pay the... View More
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