She is now a board member. I filed a incident report 1 5 yrs ago. She trespassed into my home and lectured the laborers about parking. I was told about it when I came home from laborers. Can I still take legal action against her?
Sorry, but you have not provided near enough information. First, your question states this occurred 15 (?) years ago. Did you mean 1.5 years ago? What do laborers have to do with the situation? Most important question of all would be --- How were you harmed by any of this? It appears that you...Read more »
I am being targeted by the HOA and they are finding me exorbitant amount for my dog being off leash along with other matters of misconduct and abusing board member Authority. I honestly need a pro bono attorney in Atlanta that I can talk to because this is going to get ugly. I have a medical... Read more »
If you are seeking a free attorney or one who will charge reduced rates, I would contact legal aid in your area or I would contact the local and state bar association and ask them if they have a list of attorneys in your area who would consider taking your case on a pro bono basis or at a reduced...Read more »
I passed my N-400 interview this week. I was just looking at my passport stamps yesterday and found 1 return date on my N-400 form is incorrect by 1 day. My N-400 is based on marriage. I have taken 3 trips outside the US, since I got my green card -
Congrats. I doubt that should be an issue. You spent most of your time in the US and that is what is required for the time segment of the form. If you are asked about it at any time explain it as you did here.
Yes, even though you agree to the divorce, you may not agree to all of the things that your spouse is requesting in the divorce. If you do not have a settlement agreement that is being filed with the court, I would highly suggest that you file an answer and counterclaim for divorce to protect your...Read more »
They are not legitimate through Superior Court are they heirs? The courts asked for a list of siblings I only gave my whole brothers and sisters but the ones born out of wedlock started calling and got on the probate Court Records as heirs how is this possible. I'm the administrator but... Read more »
As Administrator, it is your job to file a Petition to Determine Heirs. Each person who thinks he is an heir will have to prove to the judge how he is an heir. This type of action is best handled with attorney assistance.
Meet with a real estate attorney and retain him/her to draft, file and serve the appropriate documentation. you will not be able to complete this on your own. It is highly likely you will also face having to pay the other side's attorney fees if you proceed.
My daughter has her fathers last name. She’s 6 months old and he hasn’t been involved since she was around 3 weeks old. I went to the Probate court office in my city and they told me that me and him would have to both sign since he’s on her birth certificate but he won’t sign even though... Read more »
A Georgia attorney could answer best, but your post remains open for two weeks. If it's done in the context of life insurance benefits, which is the common scenario, the crime is generally insurance fraud. Outside of that or other contexts involving illegal acts (but instead done as a...Read more »
I work through a temp agency for a company. Several weeks ago I pointed out to the company that the drain on my machine was clogged and causes the floor to get wet from overflow. I fell yesterday and hurt my wrist and possibly my back. Was offered light duty work through the temp agency 45 minutes... Read more »
Unfortunately you are not able to draw disability benefits based on his work record. The only exception to this is if you are over 50 and a widow. A widow who is over 50 and disabled can draw off of her deceased husband's record if her disability happens within 7 years of his death.
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