Emancipation is a very personal thing and should not be taken lightly. There are certain barriers to emancipation such as the need to have a prior child custody case. If you are being abused and/or neglected and you are a minor, it is a good idea to reach out to your local Department of Social...Read more »
Maryland. Real property was held in a life estate deed, with rights, and POD to decedent's children (from previous marriages). Life estate deed was created 6 yrs prior to current marriage to surviving spouse. Decedent and surviving spouse were married 18 yrs when decedent passed.
Moved to NC in 2018 and received some letters from MD regarding audit and back taxes. My new NC address is on file with them, but I haven't received any letters in over a year. Currently taking care of my federal back taxes from that time period. Should I reach out to MD Comptroller,... Read more »
If you have not received a notice from the State of Maryland about past due taxes, you can either inquire about your account with the State or you can wait to hear from someone. It may be best to take a proactive approach in order to avoid any possible accumulation of past due taxes. There really...Read more »
I want to be able to use audio recordings as evidence in my case against my family whenever I get the chance to get them to court. I'm not sure if what I collected is illegal due to the fact that the people in the recordings did not know that I was going to record it.
Yes, Maryland is a two-party consent state and as a result, both parties must consent to the recording. However, in the case of a voicemail, there is no reasonable expectation of privacy and that can be used in court since it is not an illegal recording.
I am currently separated and am looking for legal advice concerning my divorce. I am disabled, so my main concern is healthcare insurance. I am qualified for Medicare, but because I am only 52 the premiums for supplemental are extremely high. Because of my illness (Multiple Sclerosis) I see my... Read more »
Unfortunately, you will not be able to stay on your spouse's insurance after an absolute divorce. However, you would be able to retain your insurance under a limited divorce. Hope that helps. Good luck!!
On the line for what property I want to leave them, is there a certain wording for "half of assets" or 50%? Or should I leave that line blank? I don't necessarily need to leave each of them each anything in particular. It would basically be the house and everything in it. They will... Read more »
I am the custodial parent . I allowed my son to go to his fathers for most weekends but I later find out that my son is being left with his fathers mother or grandmother so he can go out and party . They have traffic in and out of their house and improper heating/air . I don't feel safe with... Read more »
Without additional facts, it is difficult to answer this question. If there is an address shield in place or a protective order you may be able to restrict access to address. Please consult with an attorney to discuss.
Wait for the court to contact you to set up a scheduling conference, which is a conference where you set up dates to get things done. It is advisable that you consult with an attorney to assess whether assistance of counsel is necessary.
We haven't gone to court yet, but he thinks he can tell me where I can live at. I currently don't have a license or a car yet, so he does the drop off and pick up (even though he is always late) We have an agreement now that is notarized showing that I have him 75% of the week.
I am sorry for your loss. Based on the little detail provided, I do not suggest you administer the estate yourself without consulting with an attorney. There may be steps you overlook by doing so. Contact a local attorney for a consult to discuss whether you can do this on your own.
My ex husband faked an at home paternity test when my daughter was 3. I never questioned it since it was a way to get him out of our lives. He's had no contact with my daughter since. Now my daughter is 13 and wants to know for sure that he is her father and to have him removed for her birth... Read more »
You are looking for advice on a very complicated matter that requires the assistance of counsel. I highly suggest you reach out to counsel in your county/city to discuss your options. Counsel can provide several mechanisms for locating him that you may not have at your disposal. And your case is...Read more »
There was a hearing and new proposed orders in Maryland my son started school already and upon receiving these proposed orders he was taken out of his current school by the other party and enrolled in another county they haven’t started school yet. In the current order we have joint custody in... Read more »
You can ask the court to set the child support where you and the other parent are generally charged with supporting the child(ren). You do have to be able to justify not paying support to each other though.
I am sorry for your loss. If your sister passed away owning a home, the home, depending on how it's titled, has to go through probate. If you are the only sibling, no spouse, and none of your parents are alive and she didn't have any children, then you can rightfully inherit the house....Read more »
So in January my mom got a letter from her financial advisor which was from the IRS telling her that she had to fill out a W-9 because the social security she had in her account was wrong. My mom immediately took action and we went to our financial advisor office to correct the social security... Read more »
She plans on attending school when i go on mydhr it’s looks like the case has been closed. Was I to contact someone to let them know she does plan to attend. She has applied but not ready to take that risk
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