I own a options trading website where I provide trade ideas of specific stock tickers based on fundamental and technical analysis. I charge subscribers monthly fees. I do not provide investment advice of any sort, just trade ideas of good stock setups. I don’t tell my subscribers what to do from... Read more »
Given the facts at hand, you appear to be on the right track. A seminal case is Lowe v. SEC, 472 U.S. 181 (1985), which essentially declared that an exclusion from the definition of investment adviser is available to any publisher of a newsletter as long as remains entirely impersonal and does not...Read more »
The first question you have to ask and answer is whether it has been a full year since the separation took effect. If not, then you will have to wait until then before you can use the separation as grounds for the divorce [DRL 170(6)].
The kids came with me when I separated from my husband. We are still legally married. He said he will take the kids for the weekend and now he won’t let me take them back. Can a police officer help with this issue?
You may need to seek a custody order, assuming you currently don't have one. From the facts provided, I'm not sure if you have a formal separation agreement in place, and if so, what it stipulates. But establishing your custodial rights through a legal process may be your best option....Read more »
I'm on social security and I have no place to go, is he allowed to throw me out? I was told by a friend my disability may help me. I lost my leg back in 2013 and I have spina bifida with tethered cord syndrome I need to know my rights and I hope I picked the right place to ask this because I... Read more »
I'm sorry that this is happening. Absent any court order, you have a right to live in your marital home. Furthermore, I cannot imagine an order that kicks you out of the apartment without at least ensuring that you are adequately accommodated. If your husband is attempting any actions...Read more »
While one lawyer cannot represent both parties (conflict of interest concerns abound!), an attorney acting as a mediator would be considered a neutral party in the divorce process; the parties would, in that situation, technically be representing themselves. You'd have difficulty finding a...Read more »
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