Unlike an Absolute Divorce on the ground of Voluntary Separation, when parties seek to divorce on the ground of Mutual Consent, there is no requirement that they live separate and apart prior to seeking to dissolve the marriage.
In Maryland, a divorce may be granted on the ground of Mutual...Read more »
Filing bankruptcy creates an automatic stay. The automatic stay prevents creditors from pursuing further legal action against debtors, including foreclosure. There are instances where creditors may legally lift the automatic stay and proceed with collection of the debt, therefore, it is best to...Read more »
It sounds like you are asking about an Uncontested Divorce with Children. Having a spouse on board with a divorce and a working idea of what you want to include in the child custody and child support agreement are great starts, but, divorce is a complicated matter and should be discussed with an...Read more »
When trademarking a name, the name may not cause confusion with another business . Currently, "The Date Bar" is a registered trademark for a fruit and nut business and therefore cannot be trademarked for a similar business. If you are attempting to trademark the name for a different type...Read more »
Lease payments result from an agreement between yourself and your bank. If your car is totaled by a third party, whom lacks privity of contract with the bank holding your car note, you would file a claim against the third party's insurance. It is unlikely the insurance company will willingly...Read more »
Reason asking my creditors are constantly calling my place of employment all day long every single day and my cell number also. I have asked them repeatedly not to contact my place of employment but they continue to call my job anyway all day. Just need to put a stop to them calling my job and my... Read more »
It depends on the firm that you engage. At West Law Firm, we allow clients to provide the firm's telephone number to creditors upon signing a representation agreement. Creditors then call our office and we inform them of the client's intent to file bankruptcy at a date in the future.
In Maryland, child support ends when the child reaches 18 years of age. The Court may enter an Order that includes arrears back to the date of filing, not the date of separation. Your boyfriend will be required to pay those arrears in full, even after the child turns 18.
He has been paying for 5 years . Recently the biological child father contacted him and said that's my child and I want to step up. He is in regular contact with him.what steps can he take to get this off him. They denied him a paternity test because he signed the birth certificate , but the... Read more »
In Maryland, at the time of birth, or shortly thereafter, the alleged father may sign a form called an Affidavit of Parentage attesting to being the father of the child in question. This document may be rescinded within 60 days after the last party signed by executing a Rescission Form for...Read more »
i lost her when she was 3 months old i was 16 living in my moms house which was a disaster and i also have bipolar disorder. since this has happened i moved out of state to (Arizona) with my mom when she sold her house, leaving my daughter with her dad he won custody. eight years have passed... Read more »
Unless you are in the arrears on your mortgage, your home will not be effected by filing bankruptcy. Prior to filing bankruptcy however, it is essential that you speak with an attorney to ensure you are able to adequately protect any equity in your home from creditors. In Maryland, homeowners are...Read more »
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