Im currently living in texas, my son was born in mississippi, and his father lives in florida.
At the time of my sons birth, i was legally still married to someone else, but because he was in a different country i never bothered to get a divorce right away. The hospital made me put my... Read more »
I had a Ms policy and have already been giving the full amount of the policy that the person who wrecked Into me held. Now my own personal insurance company is trying to offset the amount and owe nothing because they are protected under Ms tort law for UM. My question is let’s say the policy is... Read more »
Likely no. Some contracts and realtors allow for exceptions when you first sign up with a realtor or if you explain how and why the sale came from a separate source. It may be worth it to ask the realtor if the sale is from some other source.
My son and his girlfriend broke up while she was pregnant after learning she had cheated. He continued to go to dr appointments and even had the gender reveal party with her. At around 5 months she says it’s not his and that she had a test. No test was shown to us and now the baby is born and the... Read more »
There are many reasons that a ticket can be invalidated. The form being incomplete is one of them. Tickets are intended to be Affidavits of what the officer saw. If the affidavit contains incorrect information or is incomplete, it may be thrown out.
A couple of the properties are 3 years behind on taxes. What steps can I take to own them? If one of the houses are abandoned, can I file some paperwork and do some work to become the owner? I am the only lien holder on a couple and there's a couple lien holders on the others.
The father will have rights until his paternity is terminated in a procedure called a termination of parental rights. There is a statute in Mississippi establishing when this sort of termination may occur.
Back in August of 2015 I had a wreck which was not my fault. After constant calling to my insurance company and to the other drivers insurance company, my car is still not repaired to this day. I kept on getting the run around and was promised calls back but never heard from... Read more »
There is sometimes a small delay after the injury but before benefits start. This is often called the five day waiting period in Mississippi. If you have an injury that disables you for less than 14 days then there would not be a wage loss payment for the first five days. Benefits providing medical...Read more »
Given your mother died without a will you will likely want to contact an attorney about setting up an estate. The estate will be able to deal with your mother's assets and move the property interest to the heirs. It sounds like you and your sister would be the heirs at law if your mother was...Read more »
You may have insurance on your vehicle which covers medical bills on a wreck regardless of who caused the wreck. This coverage is called medical payments coverage and typically is coverage in the amount of $1000 or $5000.
I used the restroom. The toilet did not flush completely. I tried to flush it again. I realized it wasn't filling up. I then took the lid off to see if the stopper was in the hole. It was. When I replaced the lid, it cut my finger. I told the cashier what happened. When I returned... Read more »
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