I am a Canadian citizen and have been in the US for just over 12 months. I have applied for a visitor visa extension before my 6 months expiration date and was given a biometrics interview, however, at the time my daughter's passport expired and we had COVID and we re-scheduled the... Read more »
We were married in Hawaii, she went back to her home and got stuck in the Philippines because of covid. Her visa was denied probably because I don't make enough money. I am on SSI. This has been a two year process and we only hear from visa agencies that we need to pay them a $1000.00 to get... Read more »
If you are married to her, then you can apply for a spousal visa. If you do not make enough money to financially sponsor her, then you can enlist the aid of a joint financial sponsor. This can be anybody who is a green card holder or a US citizen state side, and if they make enough money, then your...Read more »
Aloha, as you could potentially incriminate yourself and get charged, I would advise you assert your 5th Amendment Right to remain silent. But, if your friend calls you as a witness at trial you should seek the advice of an attorney.
My wife owned a piece of property and she passed away. A cousin has come forward and is claiming the property was sold to them in the early 2000’s the deed has a notary stamp, But isn’t recorded anywhere legally. I’m worried if I don’t agree to the demands presented to me I will be sued... Read more »
Hire a competent HI attorney now to search your Title. You will probably have to sue the cousin to Quiet Title, as he may have blown an SOL. Payment of Taxes may be very significant here. Unrecorded Deeds are effective only amongst the named Parties. He will probably record it now and may...Read more »
For the last 10 months I have been living in a situation that I can no longer tolerate. No longer hope that it will get better, no longer willing to compromise my health mental, psycial and emotional. I now have been experiencing PTSD, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, from being traumatized by my... Read more »
Your situation sounds alarming and unsustainable. You correctly identify your claims as arising out of landlord-tenant legal responsibilities. Your complaints appear to complain of a violation of the covenants of exclusive use and quiet enjoyment by your landlord.
If you have UM coverage then it might be best to see if your UM policy will cover you, as well as your health insurance and/or medical payments coverage. Also, I would contact an injury/accident lawyer in Hawaii ----most will provide a free initial consult and you might receive some additional...Read more »
I was leaving marine corps base hawaii on 29 July, 2022 on John A. Burns hwy and took exit 15 to go to my home in Kailua. I encountered a field sobriety check point on Kaneohe bay Dr. right to the right of exit 15 under the bridge. The first and only legal u turn area in that direction was blocked... Read more »
I was not at fault. The person who caused the accident was killed in the accident. His insurance isn't paying yet. I cannot get insurance settlement until prosecutor investigates case. What can I do to get records of the accident so that I can move forward. I have no car and no rental car. Do... Read more »
If you do not have a lawyer representing you then please immediately hire one. When the insurance company does not cooperate with you, then you need someone to fight for you and protect your rights and that is a lawyer.
I was written as being entitled to a certain % in my grandpas will but the will states that my mother serves as my trustee and she will have to distribute my part of the will to me. What happens if my mother doesn’t give me my part of the will.
My fiancée has been in the home for no less than 23 years after his parents divorced and went their separate ways leaving the home to him. He has been the sole person taking care of the home from, repairs, remodeling etc. excluding land taxes. There is no mortgage as the home has been paid off.... Read more »
My question is , can either one of them justmove back in and essentially push us out especially since my fiancé has been the sole person upkeeping the home from repairs to utilities excluding land taxes that his father refused to let him pay. Secondly, does the father have “more say” or... Read more »
Hi, I am sorry you’re experiencing this difficulty. Usually ownership to a piece of real property in Hawaii would be vested in the person or persons listed on the deed to property. One way a person could attain ownership is by adverse possession but more facts would be needed to determine...Read more »
Under the 5th Amendment to the United States Constitution and the equivalent provision of the Hawai’i State Constitution you have the right to remain silent, in just about all interactions with the government. In other words, you cannot be compelled to speak with government officials, to...Read more »
If it is just Bureau of Conveyances then I can prepare and file this for about an hour’s worth of time plus filing fee. If it is Land Court then it is much more complicated. You can email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org for more info on my hourly rate.
An open outdoor fire or open burning emits pollutants directly into the air and includes agricultural, residential, and prescribed burning. The rules regulating open burning are Hawaii Administrative Rules (HAR) Section 11-60.1 Subchapter 3. Generally open burning is prohibited with a few...Read more »
A Hawaii attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry about your ordeal. You could reach out to employment attorneys about the pension issues at this point, unless you want to try reposting under the Employment Law category. If you do not have a...Read more »
You have some very important Constitutional rights. First of all, you have the 5th Amendment right against self incrimination; the 6th Amendment right to counsel, and to a jury trial if you so choose; and the 5th and 14th right to du process. Probably the most important of these...Read more »
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