It is unclear for what purposes you are inquiring. School? Medical? Generally speaking, without seeing the custody order, a lawyer cannot give you a definitive answer. However, it is quite likely that the step father, based solely on the limited information available, has decision making authority...Read more »
He filed chapter 7 then chapter 13, claimed me and the car loan as a creditor. now the creditor is coming after me. also in the divorce decree, it says he's to pay me for other debt I got stuck paying. He never paid the monthly amounts to me, so I took him back to court, the ruling was in my... Read more »
The answer to both questions is yes; the creditor can stil lcome after you and you can collect money from him in return. However, timing is important. You need to consult a lawyer in terms of what you need to file and when as soon as possible.
I am going thru financial issues where I cannot afford my car payments anymore. I am upside down in my loan. To avoid repossession I unwisely allowed this couple to take over my payments in Dec 2017. They did not make the payment in Dec 27 2017 and now its Jan and when I contact them they give me... Read more »
Typically speaking, there are several documents that should be prepared and filed within the 21 day period including, but not necessarily limited to, an answer and a counterclaim. The type of document that needs to be filed is highly fact specific, and is best discussed through a consultation with...Read more »
The answer to your question would depend on a series of questions related to your living arrangements, any lease terms or private agreements, and how much of a risk the dog presents. Your best bet is to reach out to a lawyer through the Virginia Lawyer Referral Service.
My car insurance didn't cover the total debt from an accident. I owe an attorney $3K plus, they have suspended my drivers license until I pay them in full or $1K to set up a payment plan. Went to court to get a restricted driver's license to drive to work. The judge dismissed because I... Read more »
To answer your main question; No. There are limits to garnishment proceedings, but not payment plans. If you are having difficulty paying, consult with a consumer protection lawyer to determine your rights.
It is a little unclear as to what your question is. If you are asking about the limitations of a warranty, any lawyer would need to review your paperwork before giving you advice as to the nature and extent of your warranty. Your first step should be to schedule a document review with a lawyer so...Read more »
A special verdict can mean any number of things including, but not limited to, a more detailed verdict explaining why the jury ruled the way they did. Without reviewing the special verdict form, a lawyer cannot advise you any further. If you have legal questions, you need to schedule a consult and...Read more »
Can you negotiate? Yes. Will the company be willing to negotiate? That is up to them. It is a generally bad idea to do a pro se chapter 7 though, as failure to adequately notify your creditors and file your paperwork may result in those mis-identified or mishandled debts not being discharged.
I live in VA, i an contesting a non contested divorce from husband, I have answered all questions from his lawyer and submitted questions to him that he refuse to answer, we have 3 kids grown, never had medical insurance and would like to get help with the bills an college loan fees. He also had... Read more »
This is typically accomplished through a process known as "motions practice," and there are very limited times in which the court will grant such a request. In order to determine whether you even qualify for that process, a lawyer would need to spend a significant amount of time reviewing...Read more »
fled the State of Va. without having given the father (who has joint legal custody only and was never married to baby mother) 30 days written notice. She states that she and the children (2 others by different fathers and our grand-daughter ) were in danger by her boyfriend. However she withdrew... Read more »
You have been given [mostly] accurrate information. The JDR Court is the appropriate place to go. Given the severity of the situation, you should hire a lawyer to file the appropriate paperwork forcing the mother to bring the children back to Virginia.
You are certainly entitled to at least a portion of the equity in the home. The specifics of any other financial arrangements need to be discussed in more detail after a consultation with a local lawyer. Call up a lawyer for a consultation.
Is it possible? Yes. While small claims court is not of record, any statements you make could be used against you depending on the facts. If you are concerned about the possible outcomes, you should hire a lawyer to prepare you for the hearing before hand.
My wife and I are currently separated if she files for temporary alimony will the judge automatically grant her temporary support just because she files. What if any are the guidelines for her to receive temporary alimony support? She kicked me out of the house against my will.
Alimony is based on a list of thirteen factors in Virginia. Whether alimony will be awarded is a highly fact intensive inquiry, and you need to hire a lawyer if you want a thorough analysis of your case. Reach out to a lawyer you can trust for guidance.
The first, and essential step, is to seek out a personal injury lawyer to represent you in this matter as soon as possible. There are deadlines to file these types of claims, and failure to meet that deadline means your case will be dismissed completely.
I would not recommend making changes in this fashion. If you want to look legitimate and not risk your documents coming under scrutiny by a court, you should have a lawyer draft your own documents for use in your business.
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