Angelina Bradley's answer Can you? Yes. Your odds will likely be better with an attorney on your side. And the family code (FC 3557) permits you to recover attorney fees because you had to bring a motion to collect court-ordered support.
You will need to file a Request for Order for enforcement of support and setting of arrears. You should probably ask for an income withholding order. You may have additional options.
If you must move forward without counsel, please go to your county’s family law...
Angelina Bradley's answer You really need to speak with an attorney to discuss the consequences of agreeing to everything he asks for. California is a community property state. You’re in a long-term marriage. I would hate to see you put yourself in a position that puts you in a worse place than where the law would put you if you asked for basic support and let the judge decide.
Contact an attorney. Many offer free consultations. Some, like me, offer payment plans. With the income differential, an attorney fee...
William John Light's answer If she gave you the dog, as in gifted it to you, it's yours. However, it seems that you agreed to care for the dog while your friend was in need, and then return it. Spending money on the dog, for which you offered to care, doesn't make it yours.
It seems that the veterinary care might be beyond the scope of what you offered, though. If you don't want to spend the money, then either contact the friend and return it, or surrender it to Animal Control.
Timur Akpinar's answer I do not practice in California but your question remains open for three weeks. A consultation with an attorney in your state who handles disability claims should be able to provide guidance with the denial.
Angelina Bradley's answer If the statement of decision hasn't been issued yet by the judge, I'd hold off on worrying for now. I've often had self-represented parties come to be, believing their side of the story wasn't heard, only to have the statement of decision come out in their favor. That may be the case here. Judges are pretty good about knowing which facts matter and following the law -- it may have been in your case that the law and facts were pretty clear. Not getting to say everything you wanted to say is not...
Vernon Charles Tucker's answer You could run a search on Public Access Court Electronic Records (PACER) to look for any Federal Lawsuits filed. As to the state court search you can log into a service like Westlaw and run a docket search or simply search the court you feel the lawsuit would be filed in like Los Angeles Superior Court and search by the party name.
William John Light's answer Workers comp is a virtually guaranteed recovery. Even though you were off work, being injured in the parking lot will be considered.
Alternatively, PI claim will also be possible. Recovery is less certain, but larger. I don't believe that both claims will be allowed so you will have to choose. If you choose PI, and it is determined that your claim is barred by workers comp., you should then be allowed to pursue the workers comp claim.
Thomas A. Grossman's answer Generally it is up to the Judge to respond to a Motion to Dismiss a case. You can find most of the forms by going to your computer and pulling up the local Branch of the County Court you are in. Then search around that website and you should come up with a Form for your motion. Since I know little about your case (I assume you are in a lawsuit), I can only guess. If you are going to file a motion to dismiss, be sure that you have all the paperwork you need. You will have to support it with...
William John Light's answer You, and they, have good PI cases. Contact a PI attorney to discuss it in detail. You need to get medical treatment for a diagnosis of your injuries and off work order to justify any loss of wages. Take photos of visible injuries, damage to the vehicles and collision site. If the other party doesn't have insurance, or has minimal limits, your UM or UIM coverage will apply. It doesn't cost anything to talk to a PI attorney about a case.
William John Light's answer You should have filed a Notice of Transfer and Release of Liability with DMV when you traded in the vehicle. https://www.dmv.ca.gov/portal/dmv/detail/online/nrl/welcome
However, the question is not what you need to prove that you don't own the car, but what the insurer/plaintiff needs to do to prove that you do own it. I would question it in writing how it intends to prove your ownership of a vehicle that you sold in 2012. The plaintiff has the burden of proof, not you. I would give...
William John Light's answer It's not even clear that you have a legitimate "next step." You took money from your insurance company for property damage. Per your insurance contract, and principals of equity, your insurer now owns your right to pursue the at fault party for your property damages. That is a claim which cannot be divided between the two of you, and pursued at different times in different lawsuits. If you want to go after the construction company for some other property losses, you need your insurer's...
David J. O'Connell's answer The answer to your question will depend entirely on what the Court's partition order says. If the court has ordered a partition, and limited the fees as you suggest, then the referee's fees cannot exceed the court order. But, if the court order states a certain fee to be paid to the referee for his/her services, but leaves out the allowance for costs or commissions, the referee may be within his/her rights to bill the amount you recite.
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