This is both a conflict of laws and jurisdictional question. You must look at residency. Florida seems to be the obvious. For New York you must have residency for more than one year. It’s residency in a jurisdiction which give rise to jurisdiction over the marriage. In New York you have...Read more »
Section 265.01 prohibits gravity knives and switchblades or any knife intended to be used against another. It does not fro hi it Foldable knives or pocket knives. There is no specific prohibition of a felon in possession. That is limited to guns of any type possessed by a felon which is prohibited...Read more »
i want to respond to my ex & tell him i don't think he can deny me the vacation time I requested w/out having some prev scheduled conflict per our custody agreement but he thinks he has the right to tell me no. who can help me interpret custody agreement? i hope to get answer soon as the... Read more »
He cannot deny you if its in the agreement. however Christmas schedules spelled out in the agreement may trump the vacation access. A lawyer would have to read the exact language of the custody access agreement to give an absolute answer. That being said if you have primary custody and there is no...Read more »
Yes. PL 265>3 is a C Violent felony for possessing a loaded gun outside of the home or office. That is very serious a month does not go by when I don't have 2-5 new gun cases retain my services. There are many things a skilled defense attorney can do to get a better plea or perhaps...Read more »
A person said to me on craigslist that I was a type of person that was derogatory that was saying about me being black in my family and saying it’s not right all you are a type of people shouldn’t be existing or something like that
Yes . Child support is determined by section 240 of the Domestic Relations law and its mirroring Family Court Act provision. It sets forth a schedule with very specific rules for basic Child Support. The rule is 17 % for one child 25 % and a % for each additional child. there are rules for backing...Read more »
It must be sent to the court and to the District attorney. Felony hearings and 180.80 time periods have been extended during court shut down. You can do your motion but local criminal courts are just starting to resume. September is goal for all local courts to resume .
It depends especially how long you skipped out. If you have a lawyer and surrender its possible the fail would be restored for yhe first no show if it was more than the court could hold you until case is completed. On a misdemeanor the maximum sentence is one year which is actually 8 months when...Read more »
Husband is from Africa, rushed to get married so that we may file for status here but decided to break up due to cheating on his side. We filed but I withdrew it. Is it possible to get divorced without any legal issues happening? What can I do? We both want the divorce and have no assets and do not... Read more »
In New York we have a no fault ground for Divorce, Irretrievable Marital differences. You can get a divorce . There are forms on the unified court system website . However its best to consult a lawyer. Your admission of why you married could be construed as marriage fraud. Its a Federal offense...Read more »
You can contest grounds by putting in an answer. your husband and you would appear with your lawyers at a preliminary conference and there without your daughters presence you can confront husband with whether he desires a divorce.
Yes. But that is the simple answer. In New Your Its dependent on Income . Each party would owe child support for one child under the formula set forth in Section 249 of the Domestic Relations law. That Is 17% of gross income from all sources less FICA. The court would figure out the support...Read more »
Nothing substantial. He must account for the funds. Under eligible distribution you are entitled to a share that was acquired during the marriage. Majauskas v majauskas sets the formula. The months of employment over the months of the marriage x 1/2. That’s the marital share if it was all...Read more »
The worst case is a Misdemeanor criminal conviction,a loss of license ,a 6 Month revocation and a jail term. That is if you haven't had a prior DWI Under those facts ,it would be a felony which is hard to overcome and could mean Jail of 1-4 years and a thousand dollar fine. However with a...Read more »
I was stopped driving a friend’s car. She was drunk, we switched I drove. We were stopped with a loaded gun. I recently got it for protection. I live in Rochester, NY it’s dangerous. I work in healthcare for 5 years. I’ve been a medical liason and now I work with children. I don’t have any... Read more »
There are many issues in the question. Primarily the first question is the stop. Were you violating any laws. once past that, you have to look at the Debour factors. Was there any fact which escalated the intrusion of a traffic stop to allow for a search and seizure of the weapon . People v Garcia...Read more »
Criminal records are kept by the clerk of the receptive count where a matter is tried . A Acquittal may be filed but sealed as a result of the favorable outcome, A party with proper identification I'm sure could access his or her sealed file.
That Is not proper. The mediator should be a neutral. However if its a faultless divorce with a fair agreement it may be acceptable, Even though it may be acceptable it has the appearance of impropriety. The leaves a view that the mediator was actually the wife's advocate. You should take...Read more »
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