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1 Answer | Asked in Bankruptcy and Construction Law for Texas on
Q: if a vendor for construction material is suing me, and I filed chapter 13 and I closed my buisness. will it take care of
Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison answered on Jan 23, 2021

Yes, if it was included as a creditor in your 13.

2 Answers | Asked in Bankruptcy, Employment Law and Tax Law for Texas on
Q: My employee deducted my court ordered bankruptcy payments from my checks, but didn't send the money to the trustee.

My W2 shows a $5000 difference from what was deducted vs what the trustee received. My bankruptcy lawyer has been no help & now my bankruptcy case is being dismissed. Is there anything I can do about this since my money was mishandled by my employer? What/if any law would the employer be... Read more »

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Timothy Denison answered on Jan 22, 2021

Hire a new lawyer, alert the trustee, and file a motion to hold him in contempt before your bankruptcy gets dismissed.

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1 Answer | Asked in Child Support for Kentucky on
Q: Can Illinois take child support on the same children when the father is already paying support in kentucky

My husband recently received a letter from the state of Illinois saying he was $14,000 behind in child support but he already pays child support in Kentucky and has been for roughly 12 years his ex has done this before she tryed to file child support in Illinois but we were able to get ahold of... Read more »

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Timothy Denison answered on Jan 20, 2021

H is responsible for paying one set of child support, not two orders from two states on the same set of children. If he lives in Ky, Ky should control.

1 Answer | Asked in Bankruptcy for Utah on
Q: I have a question about liens. Can I include liens in a bankruptcy?

I have a question about liens. My ex-wife has a lien on my home for half of the equity of the home. My current spouse and I are on the current mortgage. I was hospitalized and accumulated a lot of debt from that hospitalization and there are two other leins on my home from a credit card judgement,... Read more »

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Timothy Denison answered on Jan 20, 2021

Yes. The liens can also be avoided under certain circumstances. Discuss with your bankruptcy Atty as to the best course of action.

2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and Domestic Violence for Kentucky on
Q: For a first time offense of wanton endangerment first degree and domestic violence fourth degree- likely outcome?

Gun involved but shot at ground. Under influence of alcohol. No one injured or pressing charges.

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Timothy Denison answered on Jan 20, 2021

Most likely probated time if you have no record snd no one was hurt.

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2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Kentucky on
Q: I was pulled over for doing 16 over (71 in a 55) .... Court is 01/21. I have no $.. will i go to jail? I just had a baby

I will pay the fine or traffic school when i get paid. But im on maternity leave until feb 1st. I won't get paid from work with disability for being off for at least 2 more weeks and I'm about to spend my last $ on groceries. I just don't wanna go to jail for not having money.

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Timothy Denison answered on Jan 19, 2021

You will not go to jail. Just appear by telephone or Zoom and ask for an extension of time.

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1 Answer | Asked in Child Support for Kentucky on
Q: I'm in kentucky! I owe 10,000$ child support arreaers to the state from where my children we're in foster care.

Why is the father not responsible for half of the debt??

Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison answered on Jan 19, 2021

The $10,000 was obviously calculated on your income alone. The father may have his own separate obligation if they pursued it against him as well.

1 Answer | Asked in Probate for Kentucky on
Q: my father passed away. he had an original prenup document left at the estate lawyers office.

The lawyer then left the state for a vacation and I was told I couldn't get a copy because he took this document with him and would have to mail it back to his office before I can receive a copy. Is that a proper way to handle an original legal document.

Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison answered on Jan 19, 2021

Your father should have had a copy of the prenup which, in the absence of the original, can be used for the same purposes.

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts and Real Estate Law for Kentucky on
Q: Bought a home, previous homeowner was to get roof done per contract. Its been 5 months and they basically ran with cash.

The roofing company and my realtor been trying to call and no answer. The Roofing company actually did get ahold and said they the insurance company sent a check with her name and her deceased husband's name on it and would not be able to cash it. Since then, shingles have blown off my roof... Read more »

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Timothy Denison answered on Jan 19, 2021

You will have to see them to get your money.

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law, Child Custody and Child Support for Kentucky on
Q: Proper forum

Can I decline to participate in court proceeding in a court, where I'm appealing that court as the proper venue to enter permanent custody order for my child.

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Timothy Denison answered on Jan 16, 2021

You can register your objection along the way, but if the court doesn’t stay the proceedings pending appeal, you will have to participate under objection.

1 Answer | Asked in Bankruptcy for Illinois on
Q: I have a active chapter 13. I been paying chapter 13 trustee now im filing chpt 7 . Should I keep paying the trustee
Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison answered on Jan 16, 2021

Yes, until the conversion is granted. Then you can stop.

1 Answer | Asked in Traffic Tickets for Kentucky on
Q: What is the most likely outcome of my case?

I was ticketed in Pike County Kentucky recently and received 5 charges. The 5 charges are: 1. Speeding 22 MPH over the speed limit, 2. Failure to have license in possession, 3. Failure to wear seatbelt, 4. Failure to produce insurance card, 5. Failure of owner to maintain required ins/sec, 1st off.... Read more »

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Timothy Denison answered on Jan 15, 2021

Yes. Just take all your proof with you snd those charges should be dismissed. Maybe they will divert or give you traffic school on your speeding g charge.

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Insurance Defense and Traffic Tickets for Kentucky on
Q: Can the police pull you over for unconfirmed insurance? I was recently arrested for driving on suspended

Fleeing and evading and resisting arrest because of a traffic stop at 4 in the morning based solely on unconfirmed insurance

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Timothy Denison answered on Jan 14, 2021

Fleeing and evading is sufficient probable cause for you to be pulled over.

1 Answer | Asked in Adoption and Animal / Dog Law for Kentucky on
Q: Do I have legal right over a neglected Snake as a Minor?

My Uncle, Aunt, and Cousin arrived with a Cornsnake when they came to live with us. He had a glass bowl, maybe a twig or two, and that was it. His tank is pretty small for his size, I think, and he didn't even come with a heatlamp. I've been taking care of him for a while and none of them... Read more »

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Timothy Denison answered on Jan 14, 2021

You do not but your mother does. She can take the snake with you to North Dakota.

1 Answer | Asked in Traffic Tickets, Civil Rights and Small Claims for Kentucky on
Q: So, I was driving without a license and my grandfather was in the hospital but ...

But my neighbor didn’t have a vehicle either. And someone hit me but I got the blame cause not having my license. I have an upcoming court date in March and I never been in trouble or had anything on my record at all. I don’t know what to do at my court date. I could plead guilty to not having... Read more »

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Timothy Denison answered on Jan 14, 2021

Hire a lawyer and let them handle it for you.

2 Answers | Asked in Bankruptcy for Michigan on
Q: Wondering about the legal process for removing a dismissed chapter 13 that was never meant to be filed?

Last year I was my wages started getting garnished- immediately after getting back to work after a layoff. My plant kept sending us home because of reported COVID cases so we looked into a bankruptcy attorney to stop drowning in case it got any worse.

My plant was talking about another... Read more »

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Timothy Denison answered on Jan 14, 2021

You cannot have it removed.

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1 Answer | Asked in Family Law, Appeals / Appellate Law and Child Custody for Kentucky on
Q: How do I appeal judge's decision in family court in regards to a change of goal to adoption without a lawyer?
Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison answered on Jan 12, 2021

You file a notice of appeal snd pay the filing fee in the Circuit Court Clerks Office.

2 Answers | Asked in Estate Planning for Kentucky on
Q: How do I transfer my deceased mother's vehicle out of her name in KY? She had no will and I'm her next of kin (daughter)

The circuit clerk said to get an "order of distence" when I called about that I was told to get legal advice.. there is no estate to be executor to. She only had a bank account and car

Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison answered on Jan 12, 2021

You need an order dispensing with administration which you can fill out and file in your local probate clerks office. That will allow you to transfer the vehicle.

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1 Answer | Asked in Car Accidents for Kentucky on
Q: My daughter spun out on icy road and totaled her car. Is it attached to her d. License? Must she tell insur. Co.?

P.d. Report filed. No other vehicle/person involved. Car was towed to salvage I guess. Since she’s ok and only has liability, does she need to report it to insurance company?

Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison answered on Jan 12, 2021

No. Just cancel insurance on that car and transfer it to her new car. No claim, no increase.

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