The quick answer is that your son can sue the neighbor for his injuries, however there are a number of complicating issues that cannot be determined from your question. (1) If there's evidence/claims that your son contributed to the altercation, or was the initial aggressor or equally at fault in...Read more »
If you are the parent, unless there is some court order that says you can't see the child, you can petition the Court to establish parenting time for you with the child. You don't say this, but I expect that the Alabama Department of Human Resources took you to Court to compel you to pay child...Read more »
If 2 people were in the car at the time of a traffic stop and a large quantity of drugs were found. One person claims the drug and both were incarcerated. The driver for the drugs and the passenger for obstruction of government operations. The passenger charges were later dismissed. Can they both... Read more »
I was married in u.s when i got married in india in 2015 but later got divorced with my x wife in u.s in August 2015 can i still file for my present wife in india for i130 or isit a big problem since im Muslim and allowed 4 wives? Plz help im really confused
No. USCIS does not recognize polygamous marriages even if valid in the place of celebration. You will need to remarry your "second" wife (the one you married in India in 2015) to be able to file a family petition on her behalf. I suggest that you consult an experienced licensed immigration...Read more »
The U.S. bars polygamy. You can only be lawfully married to one person at a time. If you were married to more than one person, but did not report it to the USCIS, then you misrepresented a material fact. This can result in the revocation of lawful permanent resident status. I don't know all of...Read more »
I have 3 Kids I’m paying for on child support the oldest is 19 he doesn’t stay with me or the mother I’m still paying also my 17 year old doesn’t stay with either of us as well and my youngest stay with me but I’m paying. She told her social worker she wanted to drop the child support a... Read more »
My marital separation agreement from March 2013 states "child support payments shall continue until the minor children of the parties attain the age of nineteen years, marries, becomes self-supporting OR commences college, whichever shall first occur. I have 3 children. One child is 21, another... Read more »
Hello, it sounds like you and your spouse signed a settlement agreement. So regardless of what a judge COULD HAVE done then, you settled before it got that far. That being said, the agreement says what it says. So 1) yes. 2) you can, but that is no longer the law unless he agrees in another...Read more »
Hello, child support is used by the receiver for the benefit of the child. If you are no longer living with her, then she should not be receiving money. Your dad should seek counsel in the county where the case is to have it stopped. Best of luck!
Us we couldn’t see him six years later she put me on child support after her and the guy were no longer together is there any thing I can do legally because they are saying I have to pay back time which I feel like I shouldn’t sue to her actions is there anyway I can dispute the matter
Hello. She could have filed to put you on child support, but you had/have possible options. You should seek counsel in your local area immediately before a hearing or final order is issued. Best of luck!
You should find a local attorney and setup an appointment ASAP if you're interested in paying the tax that was owed and recovering the property. You have a limited period of time to do this. If you can't pay the tax then there's not really anything to do unless the rules regarding the procedures...Read more »
Received a letter when I filed these taxes that I had filed to late to receive a return. Filed through Liberty tax service who did not file 2013 taxes till 2017. Don't understand what is going on or what to do, Can you help
You only have a certain period of time to file a return claiming a refund or else you forfeit the refund. It sounds like you filed a return too late to claim the refund and the state tax department is notifying you of that. There's nothing you can do about the refund. You may have recourse against...Read more »
Depends on if its First, Second or Third degree; depends on the facts and allegations; depends on the accused person's background and their personal circumstances. There are a number of factors that need to be considered. However, the accused person should consider putting themselves in the best...Read more »
Receiving just 'probation' means that you were convicted of an offence and that was your sentence. An apology letter and paying back the money shows that you're serious and remorseful. If you want to avoid a conviction think of perhaps some community service and perhaps addressing the issues, if...Read more »
The Debt Collector is required to comply with both state and federal law in collecting the debt. They are not allowed to breach the peace, assault or abuse you in any way in their actions to collect the Debt. The critical factor on your end as the Debtor is to collect evidence of these types of...Read more »
But when parents pass the executor dont give sibling anything and sells parents titled property. What can other sibling do in regards to parents wishes. Parents said there was a will but has not been filed with probate. What can sibling do to get their part of inheritance.
This is what happens when people engage in do-it-yourself estate planning. Your parents may not have understood this, but a power of attorney is automatically revoked at death and, also, it is an unusual power of attorney that DIRECTS an agent to do anything in particular. Without a will or a...Read more »
The noncustodial parent lives in Florida. The custodial parent and child lives in Alabama. The noncustodial parent thought he was done with child support when the child reaches 18, however in Alabama its 19yo. He now wants to petition the court to transfer the case to his state so that he can get... Read more »
If you haven’t filed any charges, then there’s nothing to be dropped and no need to tell the police anything. But, the guy at whom you threw the plate could press charges against you on his own initiative. Good luck.
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