I’m not sure what AfterPay is, but anytime you need to incur debt while you’re in an active Chapter 13 case, such as for a replacement vehicle or an emergency for an air conditioner, you’ll need to contact your Attorney and have him file a Motion to Incur Debt, which need to be approved by...Read more »
My father passed 10 years ago. He was married at the time. I was recently contacted by my stepmom asking me to sign some papers on dads house. I just wanted to know if this means I have owner ship in the house. I thought because they were married then everything would go to her. There was not a... Read more »
Hire an attorney to examine the Deed. Both MS and AL attorneys should be able to discern the apparent owner without a title search (assuming they are competent). You are probably an Heir At Law, and thus a Tenant In Common with the other Heirs. Do not sign anything unless you are paid...Read more »
If you are a Next of Kin or Heir, and there are sufficient assets, then you might consider administrating the Estate as Intestate. Then there may be distributions, or you might file your own Claim. Hire a competent AL attorney.
You must qualify for USCIS employment authorization to lawfully work. If you work without a work visa or authorization, you will have to file for a tax identification number with IRS Form W-7. That is, where you need to file for taxes.
You will need more than a Social Security Number to...Read more »
So I was traveling behind at a truck at a safe distance and the truck slammed on his brakes due to a cop being up ahead. Due to him doing this I came up on him and proceeded to slow down so I wasn’t right up on him and the cop pulled me over and gave me a ticket. When I told him why I was so... Read more »
The best way to fight a ticket is to contact a local area traffic ticket attorney (or a few of them) and discuss mitigation options available to you, including whether or nor to fight it---it is much cheaper to pay an attorney now than to have months of higher insurance premiums in the future....Read more »
Without more information this question is going to be difficult to answer accurately.
The general purpose of civil law is to place people back in the position they would have been in had the tortious act not occurred. Compensatory damages are designed to compensate the person for their...Read more »
to make this fit bc i cant type all i need to say yes thats what i thought it meant the issue is this i had to go there they were only acting a administers of the test lady rude whole time she gave me a cup/bowl clear no temp thing no numbers they do dot to anyway i pee to her x she says not enough... Read more »
Can I go to jail if I take my dog with me whenever I move out for my boyfriend's house he gave me the dog but it's not his dog is mine what kind of proof do I need that she belongs to me and is there anything that he can do to me if I take my dog with me he don't take care of her and... Read more »
the proof of dog ownership should be available at your local vet station where dog should have been registered on his first medical examination. Also some cities hold their own records about dog owners, so contacting local city hall can also possibly help you. If you are the owner...Read more »
This application was abandoned a long time ago (in 2008) for failure to respond to some questions that the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) had in connection with the application. That application is long dead and cannot be revived or reinstated. But you can potentially file a new...Read more »
Some additional facts are needed before an attorney can fully answer this question. For example, is the mobile home still titled in your father's name? Does this sale involve the land that the sits on? I recommend contacting a probate attorney in your area to further discuss the next steps...Read more »
You should reach out to an Alabama employment attorney to discuss your situation. While most hourly-paid workers must be paid at a rate of 1.5 times their regular hourly rate for all hours worked over 40 in a workweek, this general rule does not apply to everyone. There are certain professions and...Read more »
The short answer is yes, both can be charged with one quantity of narcotics even if one claims the narcotics as their own. Under the rules on "constructive possession" a person needs only to have knowledge and an intent to exert dominion or control over the narcotics to be convicted of...Read more »
It is possible that you have a claim against the state for what is called inverse condemnation. The state is generally not permitted to take or destroy private property without going through a formal condemnation procedure. However, the law is very technical as to what is considered a regulatory...Read more »
Domestic partnership of 6 years, 4 of those years in a house with mortgage. My name is the primary borrower, her’s is co-borrower. There was no pre-planned paperwork stating what would happen if/when a split occurred.
How does the process work for the one who stays and the one who leaves?... Read more »
You should contact a real estate attorney who handles partition or sale for division cases. If you are a co-owner of the house you may have a claim for partition. Such claims may be used to divide the equity in real property if the co-owner parties cannot reach an agreement to resolve their...Read more »
The home inspection defined an area of sheetrock that needed repair. The seller repaired that area, but the entire wall is wet and rotted. It is so bad that it literally rains in the house. Is there anything I can do?
You should contact an attorney who handles fraud and breach of contract claims. You may have a claim against the prior owners, home inspector, or contractor who repaired the wall. Because such claims are very fact specific, it is unclear whether you have a valid claim. You should contact an...Read more »
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