Linda Simmons Campbell's answer You need to speak with a good tax attorney to discuss your case in detail. If you do end up owing taxes that you cannot afford to pay there are collection alternatives available to you including an offer in compromise, a partial payment installment agreement, currently not collectible status, etc.
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Peter N. Munsing's answer Well, if you weren't cited just turn it over to your insurance. If you were cited the question is why didn't you have a license--can you get one or are you prohibited. Suggest you consult an attorney who handles tickets in the court where your citation will be heard.
Matthew Valley's answer Is it legal for an attorney to ask you to provide access to your personal financial information? Probably yes. If you asking whether you legally have to provide him with that information, it depends. During a civil lawsuit, Texas law permits parties to pursue information from third parties that might have information useful to the litigation. For example, a party can subpoena a third party to provide testimony and/or documents.
If you have been subpoenaed or otherwise requested to...
Ashley VanCleef's answer Bullying should be taken very seriously by schools. It is important to report and document the bullying on the school bullying and reporting forms. The laws vary by states but Federal guidance can be found here https://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/frontpage/pro-students/issues/roi-issue06.html. If the bullying is based upon the student's disability, race, sex, color, or national origin, be sure to indicate as such in the report to the school system.
Bruce Alexander Minnick's answer To the best of my knowledge there is no answer to this question, in part because it is not a legal question. Leave the window open a few days to see if your cat will come back home.
Brent T. Geers' answer Nice try, but judges - especially district court and small claims judges and magistrates are a lot more practical and take more of a common sense approach to these issue. If it became an issue, the judge would likely look at the judgment amount, compare it to the cancelled check amount that you clearly received, and ask YOU "why are we here?".
You're free to ask around in your local community, but I do not know any judge - particularly one with a busy docket - who would be amused by...
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Amanda Bowden Houser's answer Seriously? Has he been threatening you from jail? The man has been in jail and presumably without him even doing anything (because he hasn't been release yet) you want to heap a bit more misery and grief on him right out of the literal gate, in the form of a restraining order based on stuff he did before being jailed that you were essentially too lazy to bother charging him with before he went to jail? Man, there really is no fury like a woman scorned.
Okla. Stat. tit. 12 s 2004.1 says, "The clerk shall issue a subpoena, or a subpoena for the production of documentary evidence, signed and sealed but otherwise in blank, to a party requesting it, who shall fill it in before service."
Ask the court clerk to issue a subpoena. Fill in the blanks, and give the subpoena to the sheriff or to a licensed process server to serve on the witness.
You can also ask the judge to call a witness or order the production of...
William John Light's answer Sounds like you need to hire an attorney. You have the opportunity to defend yourself and prove that you have no liability. You are blowing it by not responding to interrogatories in a timely fashion.
Bruce Alexander Minnick's answer You can do anything you want by putting the terms in the contract BEFORE you start the project. If the contract has been signed, then amend it. If the job is still in progress you should have no problem amending it.
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F. Paul Maloof's answer Since you father died without a Will, the Virginia Code's provisions of Intestate Succession control the distribution of his estate. The Virginia Code's provisions for Intestate Succession are long and complicated. It would be best for you to hire a lawyer to provide you with a written opinion relating to your questions. This public website is not an appropriate and confidential way to provide an opinion of Virginia law.
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