Bigamy is a crime and can be reported to the police. This assumes both marriages were legal marriages, not simply religious. You can also file for divorce. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney...Read more »
Have there been any appeals in the case thus far? Why the delay of 18 years? Habeas appeals law has equitable tolling provisions, but it's very fact dependent. Unless legislation is actually passed and explicitly made to function retroactively, it's considered proactive, as a general rule. More...Read more »
For all local rules questions, consult the court's website: https://www.cacd.uscourts.gov/court-procedures/local-rules. It's best to file a proof of service immediately. Was there an issue with doing so?
More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best...Read more »
The basis of your complaint is key. Did you lie about past convictions in your original employment application? Are there allegations that the convictions are in any way related to your ability to do your job? More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best...Read more »
Though 8 years of delay certainly make an appeal less likely, there are rare incidents when the 1 year appeal deadline for a federal habeas petition may be equitably tolled. It is highly fact dependent. Were there any appeals litigated thus far? What would be the basis for the appeal? What was the...Read more »
You'd need a license from the IP owner, which may be quite expensive in this case. Have you considered related themes? More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney such as myself. You can read more about...Read more »
I have no tattoos or have never been a gang member, i was not arrested At all for theses charges, never read any miranda right. when my mothers house was raided in 2015 they stated i was wanted for questioning. My first court date was 3 months... Read more »
If you're looking to determine whether you have a factual and/or legal basis for an appeal, time is of the essence. Your summary here is both vague and confusing. You might have a deadline issue for an appeal if you've not been pursuing the appeal, but there are exceptions. As to the allegedly...Read more »
I am aware of FERPA, and that their protections generally apply to College Board records. I also know that I can't sue, only file a complaint with the Dept of Education, under FERPA. Is there any other legal option available to me? They are claiming student records more than 4 years old cannot be... Read more »
Why not simply provide the colleges to which you are applying a copy of any court order showing your legal name change, which should state the old name and the new name, when providing them a copy of old documents and records? The College Board policy seems reasonable enough so that it does not...Read more »
lien and now im very stressed out because,they had a mandatory settlement and no judge present and,under duress made me sign to pay them 200k and would let me,negotiate. ive spent fortunes on lawyers now i got to sell to my own money
If there's a judgment lien on your home from a lawsuit which you lost, you should have been provided notice of all relevant filings in that lawsuit, from initial filings to the judgment and any lien recorded. Were you? Did you participate in that lawsuit? When did it occur? Time for appealing a...Read more »
If you bought the dog, then until you sold the dog to new owners, it can be argued that it was your responsibility to properly vaccinate the dog with the parvo virus and other relevant vaccines. It sounds like the owner and the in-laws were merely boarding the dog for you while you found a new...Read more »
i did a deposition on a stolen vehicle 55 days ago plus i had a attorney but the only thing that he does is set in on deposition's and i still have not heard anything and when i call all they will tell me is that they are waiting on there legal team to figure out what they are going to do and this... Read more »
Or if i base it even on his violation of our fiduciary duties? In his preliminary dec he lied and said there were no assets to divide although he made well over 150000.00 a year. I was threatened with my kids and at the time homeless and have been ever since i was left with nothing despite him... Read more »
I see no way to appeal a 10 year old family law decision, but if there are current matters being litigated in family court you might want to hire an attorney via limited scope representation as that might be more affordable for you. Otherwise you may seek self help resources via the CA Courts...Read more »
My wife inherited some money and now the state is asking her to return it because they found that her siblings should of received a share of it. My wife has spent a lot of it and more than what her share should of been. We don’t have the full amount to return. Now what
Did she spend any of the money after she was notified of objections to the inheritance, including any court filed documents informing her that there was pending litigation re: the inheritance? If so, she might have violated court orders by spending the money. It really depends on the facts and...Read more »
You can report the alleged underage sex to the police, but the fact that 2 years has elapsed may make investigations more challenging for them. As for child support, he can file in court his reply re: any child support documents she has filed, and he can also request child custody and visitation...Read more »
My partner have a 10 yo son, he have spend time with him every other month because the mother did not allow it but never file for CS everything was the same until after she find out we were having a second child she called him upset asking him why he is having more kids when he can’t take care of... Read more »
It's necessary to reply to the child support papers within the time limit, and if he wants more time with the child he can request child custody and visitation via filings along with his reply. Money he has paid in the past typically has no relevance to current and future child support payments....Read more »
20 year housewife was suddenly presented with divorce paper. In her shock, fear, and illiteracy, she signed everything presented and now she is stranded in US with nothing and no English skills. Realizing the dire situation, she is trying to properly hire a lawyer and claim her rights. However,... Read more »
She might be able to rescind the document if she can prove that she doesn't read, write, or speak English, that it was written in English, that she didn't understand the document, and that she had no reasonable opportunity to consult with an attorney to review it and advise her. Who presented her...Read more »
im in tears right now cause im alone in this, the defendant is my ex fiance who has been serving life since 2006, in 2015 my moms house was raided(no search warrant was given to her, they found nothing i went to sub station few hours later i was question, i agreed to record a conversation between... Read more »
What are you being charged for? You haven't stated what the charges are against you and what the alleged facts are substantiating such charges. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney such as...Read more »
My daughter has been having to block a girl for over 3 years with constantly sending new requests through new accounts she makes. Recently she’s made fake accounts of her on social media. This girl has indirectly told others she wants to hurt my daughter and keeps trying for ways to reach her. It... Read more »
Depending on the facts, there may be a crime here, especially if the harassment is repeated multiple times daily, if there is identify theft, if there are actual threats of harm, and if there is financial harm committed, especially if your daughter is a minor. You can report this to the police and...Read more »
Can a photographer claim copyright infringement and sue for damages on photos posted to a hobby website in 2014 with clear credit and links given back to the photographers website and Instagram account when the copyright was not filed until 2018 for said photos?
Registering a copyright with the US Copyright Office offers a certain level of added protection, but prior to that registration date, there are common law and state protections for copyright - which may be relevant in this case. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your...Read more »
When a person is declared incompetent to stand trial, a judge may stay the proceedings until the person is provided the needed therapy to stabilize him/her so that, if possible, they may be able to stand trial. Also, in rare instances, a person's lack of mental competence might be used as a defense...Read more »
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