You did not specify the court, so I'll assume that you mean the Illinois Supreme Court. Here is a good article: https://www.law360.com/articles/753921/the-illinois-supreme-court-in-2015-a-statistical-analysis
"Average time under submission for non-unanimous decisions...Read more »
The common way is to set up a limited liability or a corporation and to maintain the legal requirement of that entity so that the corporate structure cannot be "pierced." Here is the IRS's guide on LLCs, which I see most often with startups:...Read more »
I have that order and a misdemeanor assault by pointing a gun warrant that I was served and released on a $5000 unsecured bond. I have court tomorrow for the civil summons order. Will I be locked up in jail again?
I don't think you've provided enough information for a lawyer to give an answer with confidence. But, a summons in a civil case does not impose criminal penalties. However, once the civil court enters an order in the civil case (e.g., a restraining order on not contacting a person), it can be a...Read more »
The answer is yes, but a court would need to order this to happen. A factor that can weigh greatly in the grandparents' favor is if they have been acting as their grandchild's parents prior to seeking custody.
I would highly recommend you see a family law lawyer to discuss how to proceed....Read more »
The fact that his visa expired does not affect his ability to enter into a legally binding contract or to assert certain rights (for example, under the Fair Labor Standards Act). The lease is a contract that he can enter into.
However, he should contact an immigration lawyer immediately to...Read more »
I think you are probably more interested in the tort, "alienation of affection." My understanding is that only Mississippi and North Carolina still recognize this tort, although North Carolina has up to 200 cases a year based on it.
This agreement defines, states and clarifies about its compensation, benefits, ideas and invention rights, confidential info, reimbursement of expenses, compliance, return of info and property, exclusive employment, non-solicitation, employment relationship/ waiver of other benefits, no authority... Read more »
he will not leave. In april will this tenancy go to month/month. His dog extensively damaged the wood floor $1800.00 estimate to replace/repair. Can I increase the rent & chg the terms on 3/31 when lease expires...Can I force entry to repair the floors.
Given the facts as you described them, I would highly recommend getting a court order first. A lawyer could also file an emergency motion to enter to repair the floors. But in this situation, you should get a lawyer and go to court.
I own a home in Albrightsville PA, I have a closing this Friday 3/10/17. I am married and the home is under my name, now I am selling the home. The buyers title company wants my wife to sign a release form that must be notarized saying she has no interest in the home. The title company is telling... Read more »
The person never actually did anything to the victim but authorities were called and the victim lied and said they hit them and vandalized their car. The victim then got a protection order afterwards. There is no other history of the person being involved with authorities except for mental health... Read more »
The victim does not need to be in court at the arraignment. If the judge releases the person on recognizance, or “ROR”, the defendant has to a promise that they will attend all future court hearings after they have been released (or face a bench warrant and serious consequences). In my...Read more »
No legal order has been made, but he wants weekend stays. He was convicted of sexual contact with a 14 year old when he was 23. Note He hasn't been around and my daughter doesn't even know him. But due to sudden circumstances he has had a come to Jesus moment and wants to have visitations. He is... Read more »
That is up to the family court judge who needs to consider all the facts and possible ways that visitation may be allowed. If you are opposing such visitation, I'd recommend a lawyer. If you want visitation, then I highly recommend a lawyer.
The answer is likely yes. You have the right to a lawyer and you have the right not to speak. In fact, if the government uses any statements after you asked for a lawyer against you, or derived evidence from it, you should ask your lawyer for a motion to suppress the evidence. But, if there was...Read more »
We been together since 2012 I got a desmetic violece case in 2015 an did my time in 2016 of July when I went to jail she was 2 months pregnant then she told me she had a miscarriage I didn't see her until November of 2016 she said she was a seragrent mother she gave birth in January she was only 20... Read more »
When a case is dismissed without prejudice, it leaves the plaintiff free to bring another suit based on the same grounds, for example if the defendant doesn't follow through on the terms of a settlement. http://www.nolo.com/dictionary/dismissal-without-prejudice-term.html
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