My father in the past have family on another country ,then second family from London .IAM on first family son of my Dad bcoz iwant britsh passport to job and stady
answered on Feb 25, 2023
If you were not born in the UK and do not have British citizenship, you will need to go through the proper channels to obtain a British passport. The fact that your father's second family has British passports does not automatically entitle you to one.
To obtain a British passport, you... Read more »
I went to a dermatologist today with an appointment that was previously booked. Upon arrival I gave them my insurance card and they stated that they did not accept my insurance. I offered to pay out-of-pocket since I really need to be looked at and they flat out refused and said that they would get... Read more »
answered on Sep 4, 2022
An Arkansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. Until you are able to arrange a consult with a local attorney to review the matter under state-specific insurance and health care regulations for Arkansas, the general rule nationwide is that doctors are free to... Read more »
We bought a house last year that has turned out to be a money pit. We've wasted quite a bit of money on repairs, while also finding out that the whole street is pretty much a party street. We're out of city limits, so the cops say theres nothing they can do. I'm enrolled in online... Read more »
answered on Jul 10, 2022
Under the circumstances, you describe I would sell and move. You need direct advice from a tax guy, but you a reasonable period of time to reinvest to avoid capital gains.
Do you have a county sheriff or local constable? If you are in the county there is some county-wide law enforcement body.
Couldn't squeeze over the of wall but the absolutely not even 90 degrees turn on on the ramp to 30 is I'm possibly. It's more like 45 degree angle. I didny want to get spattered but the corner of on ramp and truck coming over sure did a number in my right fender and considering this... Read more »
answered on May 29, 2022
An Arkansas attorney could advise best here, but your question remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for your accident. There's no mention of injuries, and I hope that's the case. Based on the description here, this isn't a bad faith matter (which would generally require some... Read more »
answered on Mar 14, 2022
An Arkansas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for four weeks. Something is not clear, as your post mentions charges but is under Personal Injury and Civil Litigation. A criminal attorney should advise on anything involving the term "charges," but under civil... Read more »
The plaintiffs attorney is adding 10% interest every single day, causing my debt to double in just a couple years. Is this legal? Can he do that? He says that he legally can do this in AR
answered on Jan 4, 2022
An Arkansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. In general usage, the term "per annum" means yearly or annually. But that doesn't reconcile with the 10% daily interest you also mention in the description.
It sounds like you are trying to... Read more »
My fiancé and I got into a car accident- we rear ended the person in front of us. It’s was a simple fender bender and even in the police report they estimated the damages of the other person’s car at $3,000 with no injuries. Well we didn’t have insurance. Now the person we hit and his... Read more »
answered on Oct 8, 2021
Consult a bankruptcy attorney who can see your entire financial situation and determine the proper course of action.
The husband did not have a will. And it never went through probate. But she never took his name off of the house. The wife recently died with one surviving son, who has and was living in the house for 27 out of 34 years. And now the husband's children want there part of the house. She also... Read more »
answered on Aug 17, 2021
More than likely the wife took the fee as the surviving tenant by the entirety, which would mean her heirs own it as tenants in common. But it all depends on what estate was created when they purchased it. Hire a competent AR attorney to search the title.
I have all the proof that he/she stated false facts. I also have the audio recording .
answered on Jun 17, 2021
You make an appeal. You may think all facts are absolute. But often what we think are "facts" are either a combination of facts and the conclusions we draw from them--and conclusions are always subject to argument.
Even judges have been known to make errors as to what the... Read more »
answered on Jun 4, 2021
As a general rule of thumb, yes, the court for one county can serve the warrant for the other and arrest you (to allow the transfer). It does make a difference if the warrant was from another state though since many states, including Arkansas, often don't arrest individuals appearing in their... Read more »
She got caught forging my signature on the horses registration papers. Now she's sueing me for 20k for the 2 years she's had my horse. What kind of attorney do i need
answered on Apr 15, 2021
Get a lawyer who will answer your calls even on weekends. You will probably owe her some money and she wants to keep the horse instead of taking payment. My cousin is one of the top trainers in the mid-south. Her fee is $375 per month per horse. That would come to around $9,000 in your case. Since... Read more »
He gave a us a false name but the right phone number. We were staying in contact until I called his insurance to confirm he filed the claim. He did not. He is denying the whole thing. There were plenty of businesses around that hopefully caught it on surveillance. My Camry is totaled and my husband... Read more »
My Mother and I purchased a piece of property from a friend of my Mothers that was getting older in age. This lady signed all of the necessary paperwork and we had everything properly notorized and dated. Now 2 years later this lady has sold the same piece of property to somebody else. Is this... Read more »
answered on Nov 18, 2020
Assuming everything in your question is factually correct, the answer would most likely depend on whether, and when, you filed your deed of record with the Circuit Clerk of the county where the property is located. If Your deed was not filed prior to the 2nd conveyance your deed may no longer be... Read more »
My landlord tells me I will lose my security deposit for breaking my lease. My initial lease term was 12 months and he says my lease automatically renewed, however there is nothing in my lease stating that it will automatically renew, in fact it gives no direction for what happens when my lease... Read more »
answered on Nov 1, 2020
Without seeing your lease and the exact language of the lease I cannot offer specifics. However, generally once your lease term expires, unless there is a specific clause to the contrary, your tenancy becomes month to month. At that point, either you or your landlord can end your tenancy by... Read more »
A vehicle loan company on a vehicle that was obtained during my marriage is trying to sue me (has filed a civil suit) for amount owed on the vehicle, that vehicle has been repossessed. I have since gotten a divorce and in the divorce decree it states that the plaintiff, who is my now ex-husband,... Read more »
answered on Jul 28, 2020
Usually the court order regarding distribution of assets and liabilities is not binding on your creditors. You can contact the lending company and provide them with a copy of the court order and they may, if they so wish, attempt to collect only from your husband, but they are not required to do... Read more »
We were not married at the time of his death so what could this mean?
answered on Jan 15, 2020
I'm sorry for your difficult situation. If you have an interest in the property and want to prevent foreclosure, you must act without delay. Four weeks have gone by and your post remains open. Time is of the essence here. If you need to prevent foreclosure and have not already acted by now,... Read more »
What is the possible penalty they may face and they currently do not have a record and have never been arrested. This will be their first offense.
answered on Jan 7, 2020
This is an A - Misdemeanor, the penalty range is up to 1 year in county jail and up to a $2,500 fine. Because they are a first offender, their are several ways to handle this type of case to try to keep it off their record and help avoid any jail time. You should consult with a criminal defense... Read more »
He stopped me fidnt say who was just i had to leave with him. I was scared so we ran & he grabbed my wrist & threw me down & broke my wrist.
answered on Jul 27, 2019
If I said no, would you simply drop it?
I doubt it.
Contact a personal injury attorney
I have contacted them and they have told me they can't reimburse me any money back. It was a laser treatment I had purchased in advance. They charged me over $900 for 6 sessions, only 2 were completed.
answered on Jul 31, 2018
If the franchiser has filed bankruptcy, all you can do is file a proof of claim. If they have not filed bankruptcy, you can go file a criminal complaint for theft by failure to make required disposition of property.
Does a person, who is a guest at a residence, have the right to concent a legal search?
answered on Jun 12, 2018
It depends on what happened. If consent is voluntary (state must prove) and the person is apparently authorized to give consent, the search is probably legal (see Arkansas Rules of Criminal Procedure 11.2). Think about. If you give a guest access to a residence, what's the difference in... Read more »
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