Jordan C. Moody's answer The I-797 notice of action is the same title for all government receipts, so more information is needed. Reach out to an attorney in your area. Some of them offer free consultations. This answer will depend on the type of application you have filed.
Peter Munsing's answer Not generally--it's a likelihood of imminent harm that triggers it. Unless the survivor is a minor and is at risk, I don't see it and at this point you know and you may report it if the survivor is still a minor.
John Bulger's answer Idaho follows the laws promulgated by its legislature. If you are hoping to challenge a court’s jurisdiction over you premised on maritime or other laws, you will be wasting your time.
Michael Hales' answer If it's sufficiently severe, then yes, it would be actionable. The question is whether the gossiping would be objectively hostile. You'll want to review the facts with an attorney.
Michael Hales' answer There are going to be a number of ethical issues here for attorneys. For example, there are rules about referral services like this as well as how the attorneys would be paid. Because there are so many issues to discuss, I'd recommend finding an attorney to review this all in detail.
Mark R Petersen's answer Idaho law recognizes fences that have been the boundary of adjoining properties for a long period of time as the property line. To establish fence line and property ownership there must be a (1) disputed boundary, (2) uncertainty or ignorance of the true boundary line, (3) and an agreement establishing a boundary that is recognized between the parties.
Payment of property taxes is not required.
The property line agreement may be established by direct evidence, or it can be...
Mark R Petersen's answer If the Trust's location is Idaho and the funds were embezzled in Idaho, then it is likely you can pursue the case in Idaho. Idaho's "long arm statute" (the law that allows you to serve a non-resident) would determine if he can be served in California.
Determination of jurisdiction and the ability to serve an out of state resident with a Summons can be tricky. As a result, I would highly suggest you meet with an attorney and review the facts to make a final determination if jurisdiction...
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Mark R Petersen's answer It will depend on the language in your decree of divorce. If the decree of divorce gives the property to him outright then he would have the right to remodel the home because it is now his property. If he is required to refinance the home and clear your name off the property, he probably should wait to remodel until after completing the refinance. However, if the decree has not specific language that prohibits his use of the home, then he most likely does not need your consent to remodel.
Salim U. Shaikh's answer If you document all such damages existed prior to your move in and moved out in the same position then you may sue for return of your deposit giving them 30 days time to refund voluntarily at your given address. If this is not done, you have full right to claim your deposit in double, cost for suit and other damages through Small Claims Court.
Kevin M Rogers' answer As I read the statute you refer to I think it depends on HOW different your paint job looks from the original yellow. Every cop has discretion to or not to make a big deal, not to write a ticket, or to write one and even if you're technically correct, you'll still be sorry if you get a ticket because you'll have to come to court and fight it. Be safe, it's just paint!
Kevin M Rogers' answer Absolutely! But the lawyer will refuse to represent to the person he calls, that he will take action or that he's been "retained," so it's arguable what good a phone call like that, even from a lawyer would do.
Kevin M Rogers' answer A "Petition" is simply you asking the court to do something. That's it. Nothing has been done by just filing a Petition for anything. If the father of the child has established "rights" in visitation and simply wants to exercise his rights, the mother should allow him to. If the father has never established legal rights to see the boy through the courts, then taking the son from the mother without her consent is a crime. Its called "child custody interference."
Kevin M Rogers' answer In order to get full custody, or any change in previous orders for custody you must show the Court that since the time of the last order there have been changes in you, in the father, in the amount of time each spends with the children, violence etc. and those changes in circumstances have to be significant and ongoing. It won't look bad if you file while he's away, you just might want to wait till he comes back so you can serve him though. You could file while he's away but the court won't...
Kevin M Rogers' answer It depends. Do you want to be arrested or summoned? I realize that your question was asked 3 weeks ago and that whatever happened happened, but perhaps for the benefit of others, let me tell you that MOST of the time when someone is cited and/or arrested for shoplifting, the police officer utilizes his discretion and DOES NOT take the individual to jail but writes a citation and releases them. If the police come to the door and have enough information to come to your house and you DON'T let...
Kevin M Rogers' answer A judge has a lot of latitude to say what he feels will impact someone he is speaking to or sentencing or ruling on a request for ROR or lowered bond etc. Judges have an ethical duty to be courteous and to treat every person who comes before the court with dignity.
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