I am a U.S citizen. I married a Man overseas (Iraq to be specific and he is still overseas). I am back in America and our marriage did not work out and I want a divorce. How would that work and what should I do whether he might decline or accept the divorce. Would it also show that I'm... Read more »
You may file for divorce in the state in which you reside once you meet the criteria for divorce in that state. Obtaining jurisdiction over your husband in order to resolve property or custody and support issues is a more complex matter. Consult with a family law practitioner in California. You...Read more »
Sounds like you are sufficiently naive to be scammed, so do the right thing, and get involved with your child. When it arrives, pay for and have an HLA test to prove that it’s yours. Your support obligation usually begins at birth, which is not before the HLA test. If it is your child, your child...Read more »
My father recently bought some apartments in Prague czech republic, I live in the USA and he plans on renting them and moving back and forth to the USA every 6 months or so. The rental agent/company he will hire to manage his properties recommended he use a family member as a intermediator so he... Read more »
It seems that the advice you need is about your responsibilities under Czech law. I haven't seen any Czech lawyers on Justia. If you are asking for your duties under US law, you should have a US lawyer read the agreement and advise.
The retainer will very likely exceed the value of whatever a customized seal filter is. Have you tried charging it back on your credit card? Have you reported it to the web merchant that deals with customer complaints?
I’m a US permanent residence. I live in California. I want to file divorce and my spouse currently lives in her home country and she has never been to USA. We got married in 2007 and we got 2 kids whic is currently living with her. The last couple years our relationship has been escalated and... Read more »
You need to consult with a California lawyer, because jurisdictional questions are different in different states. As to an international perspective and US Constitutional standards, the California court could take jurisdiction over you and over the divorce, because it has you. It cannot take...Read more »
I believe only an attorney licensed in Mexico would be qualified to answer this. Some U.S. financial institutions who have branches in Mexico might accept one, depending upon all the circumstances, but generally speaking, I doubt anyone else would accept a California POA.
In Journal of Civil LAW Studies-Translations Preface to the LAWS of the SIETE PARTIDAS WHICH are STILL in FORCE in the STATES,? Etc...In 1769 an the SETTLING OF ALTA CALIFORNIA and SPANISH INSTITUTIONS,PRESIDIOS ('THE ROYAL FORT,SAN DIEGO'),MISSIONS ( Ecclesiastical Laws)And PUEBLOS- LOS... Read more »
I’m not going to take the time for the historical research, but IIRC, California was surrendered to the US by Act of War from Spain at the end of the Spanish-American War. Nothing prior to the conquest counts at International Law unless the victor affirmatively adopts it. Often, the victor adopts...Read more »
I am planning to make my own website to sell someone else's products, but would it be legal to have the site name similar to the product name? For instance, the product name is Kate, but my site name will be Kate-u.s.a.
The answer is it depends. If the person who owns the product and product name claims trademark rights to the product name and your name is substantially likely to cause confusion in consumers' minds as to who produced the product, then you would be infringing on the other person's...Read more »
We are 5 members on the lease and all are international students. This is about a tenant who has stayed at our house for one semester. At the time he moved in, we took $500 as security deposit. We informed him that if he is willing to leave he has to give 1 month notice. We also told him that If he... Read more »
Yes, I can help you by telling you what to do in this situation: Get a qualified lawyer who practices L&T law in your county in California. Town ordinances are very significant in establishing L&T law in California, and I'm told you REALLY need a lawyer if the part of California you...Read more »
I am travleing to San Diego next week for a few days. I am aware of the multiple internal checkpoints and questioning about my pass. Will i have any issues if i am Actively protected under DACA? I have an EAD and an active CA drivers license.
Take the train, Amtrak from Los Angeles to San Diego. If you're in Orange County, you can board in Fullerton, Anaheim and a number of other locations along the route. Google Amtrak and look for LA to San Diego. It's the best way to go, very comfortable and you won't have to worry...Read more »
You may need to file for emancipation, otherwise your parents may face neglect charges. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney. You can read more about me, my credentials, awards, honors,...Read more »
If you are asking how to bring a suit in a foreign country, you retain a lawyer in the appropriate country. If you are asking how you sue someone who lives in a foreign country in a US federal or state court, you review the facts establishing jurisdiction with a lawyer licensed to practice in the...Read more »
A marriage in any other country is usually valid in the USA, with few exceptions based on international law and public policy (e.g., child brides, bigamy, etc.). More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an...Read more »
There are too many options. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney. You can read more about me, my credentials, awards, honors, testimonials, and media appearances/ publications on my law practice...Read more »
You may look into the IRS Forms W-8BEN and 1042-S. The information presented herein is for general purposes only. It is not intended to, and may not be construed as legal, tax or accounting advice. Neither is intended for solicitation purposes. For specific advice, please consult an appropriate...Read more »
agency. They charged me around $1200 to find me the job and help me with my VISA etc. I spoke to my bosses about this and they had no idea that this company was charging this much money, they figured that was the reason they rarely got an intern from abroad. I told them if they wanted I could find... Read more »
Strictly for tax purposes, review http://www.zflegal.com/taxation-of-americans-living-abroad-2/ . The information presented herein is for general purposes only. It is not intended to, and may not be construed as legal, tax or accounting advice. For specific advice, please consult a local counsel....Read more »
More information is needed to give you an answer to this question. I suggest you talk to an immigration attorney in private to set up a consultation and discuss this matter in detail. Many immigration attorneys including me offer free consultations, make use of the consultations.
If you are a US citizen you wouldn't have any problems, however when you come back be prepared to answer some tough questions from the CBP officers. It is only because you applied for asylum from Iran and you are travelled to Iran, it wouldn't be a big problem because it has been 15 years...Read more »
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