I migrated to the US in 2016 to marry my wife, now my wife has filed for a divorce, and I have decided to move back to the UK because my green card is in jeopardy. We had a court proceeding yesterday and my wife mentioned that she wants alimony. After hearing this, the judge decided to move the... Read more »
Usually you cannot be sued on a credit card debt that is older than ten years. Also, recipients of Social Security Disability are usually not subject to collection. If all you have is disability benefits, then the collection agency or law firm cannot take your money. If you explain that you are on...Read more »
I mean how can you prove kidnapping in this case because if you gave permission for your sibling to babysit then they pass your child to the non-custodial parent who in turn takes custody and control legally, how can you prove kidnapping?
My daughter has a 'friend' who works at BMW. This friend took a video of our service invoice, showing name, address, and total cost of service. He then sent the video via Snapchat to a group of kids and made a rude comment about the dollar amount we spent there. Do we have any recourse... Read more »
If you are an owner with your parents in a joint tenancy with rights of survivorship then your husband can claim a right to equitable distribution of some of the equity in the house. That means money. He can’t claim ownership.
Payments are posted in ct payment center then posted on ri to me
I haven’t received a payment in 3 weeks but his unemployment is still garnished my case worker doesn’t know what’s going on I can’t reach out to anyone because mass unemployment won’t tell me anything they told my... Read more »
if the document is a notice and there is a period of time required for notice, then the date the notice was actually sent is going to be important to establish whether or not there was sufficient notice. If there is evidence that the notice was not sent on the date stated, then that evidence can be...Read more »
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