Joseph A. Ingram's answer I presume that you may be a subcontractor and do not have a contract. That is still ok because you can tsity and show pictures of the work performed. If the party has money or assets, i would file a lawsuit. the question is how much money is at issue?
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Joseph A. Ingram's answer first, is ws she injured and what are her injuries? Does she have any medical bills or loss of income from missing work? If so, i would be glad to talk with her. Ingram Law LLC. 205-335-2640
Joseph A. Ingram's answer Generally, if you have filed a claim, and are receiving temp disability pay, then you should not speak with your employer. However, I presume you do not have a lawyer at this point. Sometimes the insurance nurse or caseworker may want to speak with you about your injury before determining a referral specialist. You have a right to pick from a panel of three physicians.
I would be glad discuss your case with you, my practice is about 50% workers' compensation claims. Ingram Law...
i serve on the Federal Defender's Panel for the Northern District of Alabama and practice federal criminal in other states as well. it is not uncommon for a federal defender to have more than one practice area. i can assure that if the lawyer was on a federal panel of attorneys the lawyer was a pretty good trial lawyer.
However, he can ask for a new lawyer, but the court does not have to let him pick and choose his counsel, since he has claimed indigent. i would...
Joseph A. Ingram's answer You may not be charged with a crime, but you may be taken into custody until the defendant is located. Also, if the U.S. Attorney believes and can prove it to a grand jury you could be charged as an accessory to the the absentia.
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Joseph A. Ingram's answer First I applaud you for your effort not to give up. There are a couple of post conviction remedies such as a 2241 and a 2252 action. Both take time to get the information and can be a longshot. However, all cases deserve review. I am not sure if your husband pled guilty or had a trial. that would be the first issue for me.
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Joseph A. Ingram's answer First thank you for taking this step. However, there is much needed information to answer your question. Is he still in jail, what was the charge? did he have a trial or enter a guilty plea? did he appeal his conviction?
if you have any of this information and would like to discuss, please contact me as 50% of my practice is federal criminal. 205-335-2640 Ingram Law LLC
Joseph A. Ingram's answer Good for you. Sometimes tough love is hard. Yes, if you put up a property bond, you may go to the court and ask that it be removed. I have had this happen on a couple of cases where a parent put up a cash bond and beleived the child might leave the jurisdiction.
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Joseph A. Ingram's answer I do not believe that you can be denied an apartment for a criminal conviction, unless maybe you had to register as a sex offender. I would tell yo to be completely honest on your application, because your failure to disclose it could lead to them denying your application for tenancy.
However, please feel free to call me with teh application and I would be glad to see if there is any language in the application that might be an issue.
Joseph A. Ingram's answer Generally, the modification order would only apply to the issues modified from the divorce decree. However, that being said, I would need to read the Divorce Agreement and Modification Order to be sure. I hope this helps.
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Joseph A. Ingram's answer I am not if your mom is screwed and I would never tell a client that unless it was true. That being said, it depends non what your father made as income. Your mom may be able to show the court abuse. In Alabama, after ten years, a spouse is entitled to half of a retirement account, unless your father had equal savings as well.
It does not sound like she wants to stay in the marriage, and money is never a reason to stay in an unhappy marriage.
Joseph A. Ingram's answer I presume you filed for a Divorce by publication in a newspaper of general circulation for (30) days. If you have counsel, after the ad has run its course, then a Motion for Default Judgment is required to be filed with the court. the court will set a hearing date and then yo will be granted a divorce. Please keep in mind that if you do not have personal service of your spouse, the court will not grant you child support or alimony, just a divorce according to law.
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