Must have valid grounds for setting aside a divorce. To set aside you must attack the validity of the judgement. Not enough detail provided here to answer your question. Consult with a lawyer for additional options. For example in KY you can have a divorce annulled.
You could lose your license for a long time. DUI 2nd minimum imprisonment time is 7 days or 14 days if aggravating circumstances are present. For the driving on a dui suspended license 1st offense the penalty is up to 1 year, a class A misdemeanor.
Kentucky case on point Rhodes v. Pederson states that death, not the divorce prior to the decree terminates the marriage. Divorce proceedings are abated, however there may or may not be exceptions such as if the decree was granted verbally, signed but not entered etc etc... Consult with a lawyer as...Read more »
Check your policy for uninsured motorist coverage. You should also be persistent in contacting the police to catch the driver at fault. This person can be prosecuted for providing false information, and may be required to pay restitution. The vehicle Vin can disclose ownership of the vehicle....Read more »
Cheapest way is to get the self-help packet from the clerk's office of the family court. I believe that the self-help packet costs $10.00, fill it out and file. However, if problems arise during the process, or if one of parties decides to contest or refuses to co-operate, you may then need to get...Read more »
You can file for divorce and she will have 20 days to file an answer. You may want to consult with legal counsel. If she refuses to co-operate you can still get divorced. You will have to properly serve her with the petition and a summons.
She didn't have her drivers license or registration on her and was arrested. I don't know who to call or who I have to talk to to get it set up for her to get out. Where do I need to start? And what do you think her punishment will be?
If she was arrested in the morning, her bond should be reviewed by the judge the same day "usually." She will have arraignment in the next 24 hours if she is not bonded out sooner. Typically if arrested in the morning, her arraignment is at 9:00 a.m. the next day. This information should not be...Read more »
You should consult with a lawyer. Your question is vague. What type of an injury was this, who is the negligent party that caused the injury, and what are the limits of liability policy you are thinking about recovering from?
Heading straight when a car decides to pull out in front of me and I hit him the state trooper told me its automatically my fault is this true is it automatically my fault where i dont have a licenese or is it his fault since he clearly pulled out in front of me
Not automatically. If you were driving without a license it is Prima Facie evidence of negligence, however you may have had a right of way and he had a duty to yield before making a turn so if injured you may still be able to recover, if able to rebut the presumption of negligence on your part....Read more »
186.640 Driving without operator's license is evidence of negligence in accident.
Any driver involved in any accident resulting in any damage whatever to person or to property who is ineligible to procure an operator's license, or being eligible therefor has failed to procure a license, or...Read more »
They may be held jointly and severally liable, if they failed to follow the KY premises liability law regarding maintaining, or warning a person entering their premises depending on the circumstances of the case. They will only be held liable if they are negligent or gross negligent and owed a duty...Read more »
Motor vehicle accident. Taken to ER. Xrays given. Told only contusions. Told to make orthopedic appt. At appt was told my arm was fractured. I was placed in a cast. Time went by and i went bac kto ortho who did another xray and said yes it was still fractured. Then when i was still complaining... Read more »
Between the open door and front seat, forcing the door to close on my legs pinning me between the door and door frame. I was injured and in shock blacked out after she stopped backing up and didnt make a police report.i did go to hospital. Didnt get insurance info from driver. My son msgd driver... Read more »
If you used non-marital funds to purchase property the non-marital funds invested will continue to be your non marital property. There are exceptions to this and much depends on the specific funds, whether or not there will be offsets etc... The very basic simple example is as follows: you...Read more »
If you acknowledged him as the father on the birth certificate by default both parents have custody rights. However, if you have a valid reason for not allowing visitation you could refuse and wait until he takes you to court to establish his paternity and visitation rights by the judge.
Our divorce is not finalized, however I wanting to relocate with my toddlers to be closer to family and a wonderful job opportunity. Do I have a good case? No family near current residence and have only lived there for a year but husband is refusing mediation to negotiate.
Mediation is usually mandatory and once a Motion is filed, the Court will likely order mediation. You should file a Motion in Court. You should discuss with an attorney as the answer to your question depends on the specific facts of the case.
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