judgments are only enforceable against defendants who have been served with the Summons and Complaint. if all parties are not served, then only those served can have an enforceable judgment entered against them.
a signed contract, and that is what a lease is, is an agreement between two parties. if one party to the lease makes unilateral changes that have not been agreed by the other party, then those changes are not a part of the agreement the parties have. they other party's agreement is manifested...View More
it depends. if your husband had other assets valued over $100,000 or real estate, then it will have to be probated. If he did not own real estate and the value is less than $100,000, then you can do a small estate affidavit.
My daughter is 15. She has not seen her father in a couple years, her choice. He is 20,000 dollars behind in child support. she wants to change her name to my boyfriends last name. She says that he has been there for her since she was 1 and has been more of a father then her own. Can we change her... View More
does your boyfriend plan to adopt your daughter? or are you talking about just changing the name? either way, you will have to file a petition in court. the court will decide whether to allow the adoption for if an adoption petition or decide to allow the name change for the name change petition....View More
court goes on and orders are entered even if you fail to appear. you need to go to court, preferably with a lawyer. if you fail to appear, your ex my get whatever relief he wants.
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