No, this single ticket in and of itself would not cause loss of license. I do not know what other tickets are on your license so I can not make a full determination if you are subject to administrative suspension
YEs, it is possible to file on your own, but free is another story. You will have to file an Application with the Court to waive the filing fee or pay same in installments. I seriously recommend you call Atlantic County Legal Services (if they have such a thing) and see if they can help you. I...Read more »
You are able to file on your own (or Pro Se), but it is dangerous. You do not state where you live, so I cant tell you who to go to, but an example is the Essex County Legal Services which services very lo income. Another possibility is to talk with a lawyer and see what type of fee he/she can do...Read more »
The Driver License Compact is an interstate agreement between 45 states to exchange information about license suspensions and traffic violations of non-residents, including DUI offenses. Its theme is "One Driver, One License, One Record."
The five non-member states are Maine, Michigan,...Read more »
FTD sued me in Illinois over contract a dispute in March. I am in Cambridge, Mass. I hired an attorney in IL who specializes in contract law. In June while we were in litigation FTD declared bankruptcy in DE. Our case is placed on hold. My attorney in IL has been notified that we are one of the... Read more »
We got a ticket a couple of days ago related to 39:3A-1 (Television screen visible to driver) and was wondering if there were any points related to this violation. The ticket says non-payable offense so will go to the court but we were not sure if there were points that we need to clear up.
As far as I know, this is not a point offense and the fine is discretionary in the amount with the Judge and prosecutor. There is a movement to try and make this a point violation along the lines of a distracted driving offense. Apologize to the Court, and try and get out of there with the lowest...Read more »
There are many Pro Bono groups that help Debtors in your situation, and you can apply to waive the filing fees. Contact you Bar Association or County Lawyer Referral Service and/or the Bankruptcy Court in your area for more information.
I am still legally married. We have lived separately for well over 4 years. I would like to file bankruptcy. I've been told that in order to do so that we both would have to file. He doesn't want to. I need an idea of where to start. Should I start the divorce first or is there a way to do the... Read more »
In New Jersey, if you are living separate and apart, then it is possible to file without your spouse. The consideration of deciding whether to divorce first or file first, is a question better suited for an in depth discussion with a matrimonial counsel who is familiar with Bankruptcy in your area.
The other driver's insurance company has been contacting me nearly every week to settle the matter for $3,000. He tells me that I do not have much time left. I have a spinal cord injury which, although not too serious, has left me in pain to this day. What should I do and how much time do I have... Read more »
Personal Injury matters have a 2 year Statute of Limitations (so January 6, 2021 to file a lawsuit against their insured). I strongly urge you to get with a Personal Injury Attorney and review the matter. They insurance company is trying to limit their exposure, or perhaps that offer only...Read more »
The difference is a wage garnishment vs a levy. Wage garnishment is up to 10% of weekly pay. A levy is on an asset, including a bank account. It does not matter that it is wages, because unless it is social security, it is not exempt. Hope you see the difference
I do not believe so. While it does protect against default judgment, and it does force creditors to only charge a 6% interest (cap), being that Post Judgment Interest Rates are not that high, I would not think so
It is impossible to determine an answer to your question as there are facts missing. What type of settlement? Why would you be owed something? What Court and the background on this matter. I am sorry, but I do not have enough facts to answer this
This is a very broad question, and without sufficient details to give a precise answer. Such things one needs to know is in what jurisdiction are you filing? What is the Fair market value of the house vs the outstanding balance owed on same? Without answering or knowing those items, very...Read more »
While Counsel who has previously answered is correct, you have posted this in Bankruptcy, so I presume that the person who owes you money has filed for bankruptcy. If they have you are prevented from filing a complaint in the State Court system. The only way is to file either a Motion to Vacate...Read more »
I'm 74 years old. Chapter 13 payments began in July of last year, to save house and repay a certain percentage of unsecured debt, on 5-year plan. They take over half of fixed income from military retirement, SS, and pension plans. At the time I was only on 40% of VA disability, so no direct... Read more »
A drastic change in circumstances warrant advising the trustee. It would not be part of your Current Monthly Income Test as it would be exempt. Trustee should not be able to seize or demand those funds.
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