The 3301(a)(6) grounds were probably included in case you weren't agreeable to signing for a no fault divorce. In PA, you're allowed to included seemingly conflicting grounds in your requests for divorce in the complaint. It's perfectly acceptable to then ultimately proceed under one of the two.
A Pennsylvania attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. One possibility, and it's only a general guess, is that the contract has a provision requiring disputes to be submitted to arbitration (as opposed to the parties being free to use traditional courts). A...View More
A Pennsylvania attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. However, it's difficult for an attorney to offer guidance based on a brief post. You could reach out to Pennsylvania attorneys to discuss, but they may want to see the agreement and learn more details...View More
I received a Court of Common Pleas Civil Cover Sheet today with the complaint from attorney attached. (Arbitration Matter) for my car causing damage to a building on Aug 13 2018. Paperwork is stamped Aug 11 2020. I received this notice from a sheriff today. I know they are within the 2 year statue... View More
This is what you pay car insurance for. Notify the adjuster of the company who insured you back then. Get their address, fax, claim number; fax them a copy and send them a hard copy, certified return receipt. They should give you an attorney and they will file what are called preliminary...View More
I had a car loan through Wells Fargo. I traded in that car to Carvana who agreed to pay off the loan. I have documentation from Wells Fargo that the loan was payed off in full 4/19/21. However, I was still charged my monthly payment of 408 on 4/25/21 through auto pay. This caused my wife’s and my... View More
My agreement specifically stipulates that my ex-wife pays for private school tuition if BOTH of us agree to send our children there. My 13yo daughter now wants to attend the public school in the district in which I live. We have a 50/50 custody arrangement.
Only if the family member is part of the claim or lawsuit. I don't know which court you are talking about, but you don't have to hire a lawyer to represent you in an arbitration proceeding. Of course, it is better to have a lawyer with you. If you are not part of the claim or lawsuit,...View More
AND NOW BE IT RESOLVED, that only Board Members or the Board’s agents may use the names, addresses, phone numbers or email addresses of homeowners for correspondence activities. Should any unauthorized individual use the contact information of homeowners on his/her own, a $50.00 fine may be... View More
I recieve 750..he abandonded me 15 mos ago left all the bills ..wilfily neglected ..wilfuly refused help.was abusive.im now at my daughtets i couldnt afford to stau in my home.Can his va compensation be garnished for alimonu and can he be charged criminally
If he caused you injuries, then yes - he can be criminally charged, and also sued in civil court for money damages. You may also be entitled to alimony in a divorce case as well -- it depends on all sorts of factors, most of which are monetary. It's probably worth a shot.
I am in the process of selling my home closing is set for July 10 I received paperwork on June 30 for arbitration I had no notice and will not be prepared should I request a continuance can they put a judgment against me or stop the sale of my house if no court order has been issued yet what are my... View More
I am not a Bankruptcy Lawyer, and what you describe going on does not sound like it has to do with Bankruptcy. It sounds like you have a real estate problem, and the other side has asked for Arbitration. It appears that you are in Philadelphia, while I am in California. So, the law is different...View More
hes refusing to sign, there is no custoday order. hes been an inmate in jail for three years and still is. he filed to have assets gone thru. we have none. my sttorney quit on me because i dont have money to hire the court person to go thru assests. what happens if my husband and i dont do anything... View More
It depends. Sometimes the counties will go through old files that have been inactive for a long time and send a notice that the cases are being terminated. If your lawyer hasn't actually officially withdrawn from the case, though, the notice will likely go to that office instead of you. Check...View More
My child's father and I went to family court to have an agreement put in place a year ago regarding international travel and obtaining a passport for her. He agreed that for two weeks out of the year I am able to take her abroad with me and that he will not refuse the right to a passport for... View More
Presuming you left mediation with a written consent custody agreement stating that father will cooperate in obtaining the passport, you have to file for enforcement of the order to force him to comply. The court also has the authority to impose sanctions on father for his non-compliance if it...View More
Before our mother passed, she put the deed into mine and my sisters name. My sister hasn’t resided there since our mother passed, she lives elsewhere in the county, she doesn’t get mail at the address, she doesn’t help with upkeep of property nor does she pay any of the taxes. We no longer... View More
As a co-owner, your sister is responsible for half the taxes and other municipal charges. She is also responsible for half the improvements. However, since you live there, she has the right to receive rent. Possibly, if you were to contact a lawyer and sue her, she would surrender and give you a...View More
I no longer have a relationship with Wells Fargo, I closed my accounts in good standing, but the mortgage agreement Arbitration Clause was written such that it "survives" any particular contract I ever signed with Wells.
I wish to no longer have any connection whatsoever to Wells... View More
In a Pennsylvania case seeking monetary damages wherein the Complaint's allegations involve title to real property, the Judge has ordered the case to compulsory arbitration despite the statute's bar against sending cases to compulsory arbitration that involve title to real property.... View More
turned 18 in March. Is there any way I can have my nephew sign a paper to say that, in effect and amongst other things, he will sign off on the property and not go back on his word (when I am ready to go to a title company)? It will cost close to $4000 to transfer title (which includes... View More
Your nephew could renounce the gift of the property, and it would then pass by intestacy, since your brother did not have a Will. If that would occur, the property would pass to the intestate heirs. I assume that the nephew's mother was not your brother's wife. If she was a wife, even...View More
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