If so, then all presidents of corporation are personally responsible for all debts due from corporation. So a corporation such as me how Corp went bankrupt the president of that corp is personally responsible to distribute funds from personal finances to pay creditors?
On July 27 2018, I turned onto a main roadway to go north from a public driveway and a driver who were coming from a hill top curve (south) around 35-40mph side swooped my car. The speed limit in that area is 25mph. After assessing damages, I verified my insurance policy which showed good through... Read more »
See if you could arrange a quick consultation with a Hawaii accident attorney to give the file a once-over. Unfortunately, you were entering a main road and without evidence in terms of video images, skid marks, eyewitness testimony, it could be difficult to support your assertions about the speed...Read more »
How will it look to a judge that my son is paying a monthly amount to his wife who has walked out on him and four children? My daughter-in-law left in January and has little to do with the family. However, she drives the kids to school each morning and when our son needs to be out of town, she... Read more »
First, if he is in he military, he is likely required to support his spouse by the military so long as he is married. I have had my military male clients get reported by the separated wife to his chain of command for not supporting her, and it has caused my clients problems.
I was tricked into wiring money from my bank in Hawaii to a bank in New York. The FBI says I will not get my money back; the account at the bank in New York has been closed. I have other agencies working on recovering it but I don't have much hope. At this point, I am interested in paying an... Read more »
If it helps at all, you should know that you are among many thousands of working Americans and retirees who have recently sent vast sums of money to strangers who promised "really great earnings" on their "investment." The FBI cannot possibly keep up with all the thieves. Moreover, since two...Read more »
The seller and I both signed a bill of sale that stated the seller will disclose any known issues that would affect the condition or drive-ability of the vehicle. He did show an external fan switch but claimed it was due to "common fan problems in jeeps". The seller claimed "no overheating issues"... Read more »
You certainly have enough reason to want to sue the seller; However, since it sounds like the car you purchased was made for off-road operation, I am certain that the seller will dispute everything you said and will blame the breakdown on your "driving (the Jeep) at freeway speeds for an extended...Read more »
We were making a left hand turn on a green light when a car came out of nowhere and ran a red light at a speed of at least 50mph. They T-boned our car and we spun out before bouncing off of a pole on the other side of the street and then finally coming to a stop. I and my sister had to be extracted... Read more »
Contact a personal injury in Hawaii immediately. You have probably already notified your own insurance carrier; have your attorney place them on notice of an uninsured motorist claim. It sounds like it was a busy post-accident scene that involved a police response, as there were EMTs. Your attorney...Read more »
Yes. You need to report it and provide a complete certified copy of the record from the original arrest report to the final disposition. If the case was dropped in exchange for a plea and/or any program..... it is considered a guilty charge by the USCIS. It is also a crime of violence and a...Read more »
I've notified all appropriate government agencies about the "theft." Research tells me Regulation E may cover me under these circumstances but I need an attorney's advice. Is there an attorney on the Big Island that I can consult about consumer bank law?
The custodial parent received a letter that it was mandatory to go in the Child Support office by 4/1 to be served, or else state assistance would be stopped. What happens to case then, if she no longer is cooperating? Is case closed & paternity no longer established?
I need more information to answer your question. I can only assume you are the father and you filed a case with CSEA? Has paternity already been established? Are you on the birth certificate? Was there a prior order for child support?
I suggest you talk with an attorney who can ask you...Read more »
I need more information to understand the answer you seek. I suggest you retain an attorney, give the whole story, and discuss your options. For example: If the other parent is not returning the child on time, you can file a motion to enforce a court order.
He has repeatedly refused to visit his son and goes months without talking to him on phone. My son asked him to terminate his rights a couple months ago so my partner could adopt him, but he refused & then stopped communicating for months. What can I do to terminate his rights?
This is a complex issue and no "one way" to go about accomplishing your goal. Also, I would need to get more information before determining what is the "best" way to proceed. I suggest you retain an attorney and discuss your options. I have seen biological fathers who have no interest in the...Read more »
Yes, HRS 580-9 allows you to petition the court for orders for temporary alimony while you finalize your divorce. You need to file a Motion For Pre-Decree Relief to get a hearing date. The forms are available online at the Hawaii State Judiciary website. You should consult with an attorney to...Read more »
I suggest you get an attorney and don't do anything until you speak confidentially, with your attorney. It is illegal to smoke or otherwise ingest marijuana in the State of Hawai'i, unless you have a prescription and it is illegal in the United States. I don't know why CPS would "over look"...Read more »
If your father is the only parent with parental rights over you, then it would make sense your father's would be the only signature needed for consent for a minor to marry. Or, you can wait until you are 18 and you don't need any parent's signature. Good luck to you.
If the real property is in another country, the real property is probably governed by the laws of that country. Owners of property can generally give or sell real property to anyone they want. If it is a case of a child using "undue influence" to "force" parents to give property, that is another...Read more »
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