I am sponsoring an immigrant in NY and I saw the following for the affidavit of support " If an immigrant you sponsored receives any means-tested public benefits, you are responsible for repaying the cost of those benefits to the agency that provided them". Are there any means tested... Read more »
I am currently unemployed. My mother is co sponsoring my fiancé in his process for his green card. I’m interested in obtaining pre natal Medicaid but I’m unsure about how to go about the process since he legally can’t work right now?
URGENT: I’m in divorce final mediation... The respondent has made an offer to settle equity in property & has agreed to not include a specific debt in a Ch. 7 bankruptcy that he plans to file. Is it bankruptcy fraud if he agreed in final divorce decree to not discharge one specific debt listed... Read more »
This is a mixture of State and Federal law. Bankruptcy law states you must list all debt in your name and a creditor doesn't care who it got assigned to in a divorce decree; all they care about is who took out the obligation to pay the debt in the first place - that is who they will seek to hold...Read more »
When a creditor charges an account off, it does not mean the debt goes away. A creditor will typically turn it over to a collections agency and they will begin pursuing payments from you. The important thing to remember is just because an account is charged off does not mean the debt goes away....Read more »
I have a 1968 international pickup I bought from Texas. I found a 1968 Texas plate I was going to use to cover a hole in the bottom rear corner of the bed is it legal to display a old out of state plate on a vehicle? Even when you display current plates
Father died without a will. Brother signed affidavit saying hes the only child-I tried to open probate but judge denied me to be administrator because I have to work out of state all the time. He said I could refile but if I cant be admin. whats the point. Does this mean my brother gets away with... Read more »
My father passed away and I live in his house, my brother doesn't want anything out if it and said he will sign whatever needs to be signed, I had another brother who passed away, he had 4 kids they will all sign as well, what paperwork do I need to file? We do not want to go to probate, would an... Read more »
An affidavit of heirship may be an appropriate remedy as well as a disclaimer of inheritance. It would depend on the actual facts of the situation. I suggest speaking privately with a probate attorney and a title company.
In 2012 i attended UCCC and when i bought my books from the bookstore on campus the attendant rented one of the books instead of putting it through for purchase, i was never informed of this and now they are withholding my transcripts until i pay for the book. I agreed to do this but the 12.12 i... Read more »
You need to dispute the debt and contact a debt collections attorney in your area for a consultation asap. If they are wrongly trying to collect on this debt and unjustly holding your transcripts you may have incurred damages entitling you to a recovery. Each State has it's own Debt Collection...Read more »
We are an unmarried couple and are on the deed of trust "not as tenants by the entirety, but with the rights of suvivorship. The titles to the vehicles have each of our names on them. We each have bank(savings & Checking) accounts with designated beneficiaries up on death. We each have variable... Read more »
The seller missed the closing date bcaz he has a lien on his title which one we found at the very end from the title company and title company said this home can not be sold.we left our apartment for this home and now we are living in a hotel and put our staff in a storage which one is very... Read more »
You should contact a real estate lawyer who can review your contract for sale in detail and advise you from there. Much will depend on what your contract states. Typically, the Realtor has absolutely no control over whether or not there is a lien on the property.
I would suggest speaking with a probate attorney in the area where your dad passed away as that will likely be the Court with jurisdiction should a probate be necessary. Even though you live out of state you may still be an administrator of an estate, you just need to assign a resident agent for...Read more »
Those are very different fields. I suggest you speak with your career counselor. If you do not have one, reach out to local lawyers or the local lawyer bar association to see if they have mentor programs for highschool students. You can do the same for the field of correctional officer....Read more »
After constantly threatening you, if you still want him to be your boyfriend, perhaps you should consider a formal custody and child support arrangement done in the court system. You might also consider professional counseling that will help you and your children learn how to cope in situations...Read more »
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