If your dog bit their child then you are responsible and they do not have to use their own insurance, in fact most of the time their insurance may refuse to pay. What would likely happen is they will make a claim on your homeowner's insurance which should cover the claim unless you have the...Read more »
NVC is asking for the fees and complete Immigrant Visa Application. I paid fees and working on the application now and I have all the info BUT the marriage date I used for the original I-130 document 12 years ago, I cannot even remember if I put a marriage date down for her. Requested a FOIA... Read more »
So now my aunt is 90 years old they shipped her to Italy and they sold her house and my kids never got their share that the Aunt promised them. I have it on video tape that the end gave a testimony to She said that she always had this paperwork in her safe at the bank but my sister-in-law ripped it... Read more »
Generally, the named executor can waive their right to serve and if there is a second named executor they can apply to serve. If there is no second named executor then a person can apply to serve with the consent of the beneficiaries and approval of the Court.
My son's great grandmother took him for a hair follicle, without my consent. He tested positive and she called CPS. The investigation has been open for almost 90 days with little contact from the investigator. They asked me to leave the home, leaving my son with his great grandmother. I have... Read more »
Secretary are supposed to keep records of HOA meetings. In today's world those records are kept in different formats. Each subsequent meeting the former "minutes" most be approved by the Board of Directors.
He pays 183$ every 2 weeks 50$ for backpay they are taking full amount from each job so hes paying double hes called child support and is still being charged after they said they would stop one garnishment is he entitled to the money they took that was over the amount ordered by a court?
This case has been going on for a year or so, he is trying to get custody of his son. His parents have custody at the moment. The mom has three endangerment charges out of a Harris County. And a possession charge, and these are all recent. She doesn’t want me around her son, and she just filed... Read more »
If you are a party to the case then you may hire a lawyer to represent you. It is not uncommon though for exes to dislike the current spouse and not want their children around the new spouse; however, unless you are a danger to the child it is highly unlikely a Judge will rule the child cannot be...Read more »
No the Court doesn't appoint an attorney to probate a will. Consult wiht a probate attorney so you can explain the circumstances and see what the easiest and most financially feasible way to approach settlement of the estate may be.
My childs mom filled on me so I got a lawyer, we had a court date and she didn't appear in court because she went on a family vacation so I was awarded temporary custody and child support which she never payed. The still gave her another chance to come to court again and said she can get... Read more »
Normally they would go back to the day she filed but what is determinative is who had the child during what period and you should have received credit for the time you had custody and for what she was ordered to pay you and didn't. You need to see a family law attorney that handles child...Read more »
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