YES! Prior to filing a complaint in foreclosure, the mortgage lender must send the homeowner, via registered or certified mail, return receipt requested, a Notice of Intention to Foreclose. This is one of the most important protections that the Fair Foreclosure Act gives to homeowners. However,...Read more »
Yes, it is income. Bankruptcy is extremely complex and is not something to attempt on you own. You really need to retain an experienced bankruptcy attorney. There are all types of Rules and Case law, that could impact your case, and you have no idea how what you do not know can hurt you.
In New Jersey. I filed a complaint and the defendant opposed with a motion to dismiss due to failure to state a claim. Do I oppose with the motion to dismiss or do I submit a revised complaint? No matter what I do, According to the NJ Rules of court, I can only amend my complaint once - without... Read more »
My sons great grandmother has filed for temp custody and visitation rights what are the chances of her being granted what she’s filed for? She has also made a report with dyfs falsely accusing myself and sons father of a few things all which came back negative and we were told our case is closed.
What you are asking can only be determined during an in person consultation and review of far more facts, than should ever be posted online. The Court will give a great deal of weight to what the Division of Child Protection and Permanency states. (They have replaced DYFS). But depending on what...Read more »
I have a court order forcing the sale of my condo. My co owner, who holds the mortgage was taking my mortgage checks and not paying my mortgage which resulted in forclosure proceedings. The mortgage commitment clearly states that partial payments could be made. He could have applied my half of the... Read more »
In order to proceed with a State Court proceeding, you will need to retain an experienced bankruptcy and mortgage foreclosure defense attorney. Then a motion for relief from the automatic stay can be filed. Once someone files for bankruptcy, all civil lawsuits are automatically stopped under...Read more »
This is a question which is inappropriate to post on any social media platform, since it is monitored by all types of law enforcement. Your situation requires significantly more facts and only during an in person consultation is your information and situation protected by attorney client privilege.
You need an attorney who is a Probate attorney. The right documents are obtained by an attorney and the stock is liquidated by a stock broker. That is all you require. A fair amount of work may be required depending on what you have already done with the Surrogate.
By filing a Bankruptcy, all civil proceeding that are pending are automatically halted by the Automatic Stay. Trying to handle this on your own is far too complex, so you really need to retain counsel.
A Chapter 7 bankruptcy is usually completed in 4 to 6 months from the date of filing for a personal one. A Chapter 13 Bankruptcy can last anywhere from 2 years to 5 years. (It would usually take about 2 years, if you are seeking a mortgage loan modification through the bankruptcy Court's mortgage...Read more »
Your mother has to retain an experienced matrimonial attorney to obtain a change of custody and at the age of 17, the Court will take into consideration your wishes. However, that alone will not be the deciding factor for the Court.
First I suggest that you see someone high up in the management of the DMV in Trenton. Next retain an attorney to get this matter resolved. Good luck. But you will not be able to sue the DMV for your damages.
Your location states MD, but your asking about divorce in New Jersey. Which state are you a legal resident of? In New Jersey, usually you have to be a resident of a state for one year. If you cannot afford a private attorney you need to contact legal aid. Your attorney can file what is known as a...Read more »
You are going to need to retain an experienced matrimonial attorney to bring an enforcement action against him and for any supplemental proceedings. I am unaware of any statute of limitations on collection of alimony arrears.
- I caught the company taking an un-contractual 50% off the top, nearly $10,000. I brought it up and they agreed to “give it back”. Which in turn went from his right pocket to his left because of the ridiculous “bill” he gave me.... Read more »
You committed a very serious violent crime. No employer is going to want to take the risks associated with your employment. You really need to take actions to prove that you have or are in the process of rehabilitating yourself.
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