You need to do it now. If your mother is disabled or unduly influenced, you need to challenge it while she is still alive. If she made the decision to add the husband of her own free will, then there’s not much you can do.
Non-married parents. previous case with cabinet but ended with custody returned to both parties, with no parenting schedule. M. has had child majority of time til about 1 year where time was split equal. But we are going to court and I didnt file first and now our child is in his physical custody.... View More
I am providing POA for one of my children. I am concerned that if I am unable to sign myself into the hospital during an emergency and they sign me in as my POA and I die, will they be liable for any of my expenses instead of my estate
In state circuit court a clerk refused to file my complaint with IFP in violation of statute and case law. That resulted in my case being dismissed. If I file a fed complaint, will I have to ask for monetary compensation for damages? Or can I ask for just a ruling on whether the clerk violated my... View More
Initially, my 13 coworkers and I signed a contract which specified that we were interns for this startup. We signed 1099 forms. Later, before the start of the internship, we signed an amendment that said we would receive 100% of our salary at the end of the internship.
They could be. Yes. You need to file a proof of claim for the wages in the bankruptcy. You should also consult a bankruptcy lawyer regarding a possible adversarial proceeding based on fraud that you might file against the company within the bankruptcy.
The house debt should have been included in your bankruptcy. Secondly, your divorce agreement should have provided that when he got the house, he held you harmless on the debt and and indemnified you in the future. Get copies of your bankruptcy and your divorce files snd get them go your...View More
My ex boyfriend tried to kill me few weeks ago. As he stated he was going to before beating me with a rock and other objects. Law was notified when I came to, and they took pictures and everything. My question is why was he not arrested? I've filed for charges. They have not started... View More
Generally, law enforcement makes the decision and the abuser is arrested. You may want to get some investigative reporters and make this known. You may also want to go to your county attorneys office and take a criminal complaint against him. If you are living with him, get out of there and to a...View More
Contact has been placed between my son and I (dcbs) I’ve been told my grandma is trying to legally adopt my son, telling her lawyer she doesn’t know where I am or how to contact me, with her doing that can she legally adopt without my consent? How can I go about finding out if a court hearing... View More
Go to the family court clerks office in your county, take your ID and ask them to copy a complete copy of the case file in any case in which you are a named party. If she has filed anything to adopt, you will be a party to it and they will be able to locate it for you.
No. You will Not be able to discharge the last three three years tax obligations prior to filing (ie file today, 2022, 2021 and 2020 tax obligations non dischargeable). The rest should be dischargeable if the returns that year were timely filed or more than three years has flowed since the filing...View More
I'm 2yrs into a 13. When I enforce HOA to act (repair/replace/maintain) twice on separate occasions their rep's have responded with "oh and by the way...you owe this on your bankruptcy; attached is an account ledger; we advise you to reach out to our (sic) attorney's to... View More
Your attorney is correct. That is not a violation of the automatic stay nor is it an attempt to collect a debt. While they may have referenced it when you called them, they did not take any affirmative act toward collecting the debt. Id stay with your current lawyers. They are trying to keep...View More
You are violating the DVO by returning home before it is amended. If anyone reports it or if the police are called and find you there, you will likely be arrested and charged with violating the dvo. You should go somewhere else to stay, hire a lawyer to get the dvo amended, and not have any...View More
Depends. If it is only known to the buyer, that would imply the seller does not know about the error, which might be difficult to prove fraud. Alternatively, you should make everyone aware and either withdraw your offer or renegotiate the offer. The burden of proof will be on you to prove the...View More
We've been separated a year she's been gone almost that length of time, how is it she can come back to this house whenever she feels like it? And secondly, we pretty much decided to sell the place at some point, and divide the money but, if I choose to refinance the place and buy her half... View More
She still has an ownership interest in the house regardless of how long she’s been gone so she can still come and go as she pleases. The money her dad put down is a non marital interest that will be restored to her by the court. The best thing to do is get the divorce filed and moving so you...View More
Bankruptcy was filed in Nov 2022 and is still being reviewed. Both parents have significant health issues that will require them to seek alternative living situations in the near future but they are finding there is a shortage of appropriate housing options coupled with long waiting lists for... View More
They can look into anything the wish but I would be careful signing anything without consulting their bankruptcy lawyer. If they are in a 7, they can proceed however they wish. If they are in a 13, they will need permission from the court before they sign or commit to taking any action.
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