At 18 you are considered an adult in the criminal justice system so you face adult penalties which at the minimum for any theft offense is up to 180 days in jail, fines, probation etc if the amount is up to $200.00. Over $200 but less than $500 up to 18 months in jail, fines probation and Over...Read more »
They pay us based on which investments pay distributions. Only. As asset and income on asset have grown, our distributions have shrunk. Is it possible to have an audit or examination on the trust? Is this something we should have done yearly? 20 yr trust ends Oct 25th. In the past yr a million... Read more »
want to pay spousal or child support for the 2 college kids. Now in my mid 50's, I have no income and we cannot afford divorce, as per multiple attorneys from previous consultations. About $100,000 equity in the house, $30,000 in 401K and he has $40,000 in separate personal account from... Read more »
I dont know if any of the lawyers you met with for consultation purposes were specialists, but presumably during your consultation[s], you discussed your employment history, your husbands current employment setting and your employment potential to determine what your husbands support obligation...Read more »
my son (20 years of age) was arrested for a DUI in Howell Township, NJ based on the visual and physical exams at roadside. He admitted to the officer that he had consumed alcohol several hours earlier in the day but was currently sober. He was cooperative, and was arrested, taken to the police... Read more »
Yes it is prosecutable because he may have not been under the influence of alcohol, but instead under one or more types of drugs which made him unable to perform the sobriety tests. Note that although alcohol is legal and marijuana is legal it is not legal to drive with them in your system. Also...Read more »
Upon hire, a company says "mandatory on-call" as per scheduling that will be given out at beginning of month. My understanding is on-call means you are still free at will to be with your family, are not limited to having to "work" for hours straight....
If your spouse is refusing to provide you will support, you can file an application with the court for interim support. You can file it pro se and the intake person at the family court intake office can give you the forms to fill out. Fill out the information and then file your application. He will...Read more »
I wa t to leave my husband of 20 year's and I'm a little concerned on how he will take it . He does have a temper. We have no children , but we have 11 acres of land with a 38 ft 5th wheel . We also have acquired lots of merchandise for the property . . We have a small savings and... Read more »
Your situation is beyond the scope of this forum and a personal consultation and a detailed discussion of your entire situation with an experienced matrimonial attorney will be necessary to provide meaningful advice. During this pandemic, you have a choice of either seeing your attorney in person...Read more »
My ex landlord has never shown me and refuses to show me proof that my security deposit was ever put in the bank as required by law. I believe I am entitled to 7%. He argued with me and said I'm only getting .5 and I got a $1707.75 check for a $1600 deposit for 7 years.
My public defender not responding to me, I was asking her about my final decision when I seen the judge April 21,2021 and still my public defender never gave me can I sue the state of new jersey ? Because she works for the state new jersey.
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