My 20 year old son received a speeding ticket in August 2018 (paid the fine) and in March (2020) was in an accident and issued a ticket for following too closely. There was no court date and he kept calling to get a date but the clerk told him to call back because the ticket was not in the system.... Read more »
It is certainly possible to remedy this situation. A motion would need to be filed to re-open one (or both) cases in order to bring the ticket(s) in front of a Judge and request that the conviction be removed in place of court supervision. Once the motion is granted, certified paperwork from the...Read more »
The question is in the recent amendments to the law to renew the work permit for asylum. Does it include speed violations such as aggravated speed Is it prohibited to renew this work permit before the start of Resolution 25 August 2020?
Speeding 26-34 mph over the limit is a Class B misdemeanor. Technically, it is punishable by a maximum of 6 months in jail and a $1,500.00 fine. However, assuming that this is your first offense and you were polite and cooperative with the officer, it may be possible to keep this off of your public...Read more »
You need to look at the probate file and determine what happened. You will need to see who was identified as an heir. There should be an order declaring heirship. If you were not identified as an heir, then there is a likely issue. I have no idea if your address was unknown to the person appointed...Read more »
I'm 16 and It was 2am, and I was going 60 in a 30, there was no one else on the road. got a ticket for past curfew and paid it, my court date is tomorrow. What are my chances of getting my license suspended vs getting supervision?
If this is your only ticket in the last 12 months and you are over 21, your chances of getting suspended even if you are convicted are zero. However, it is a class B misdemeanor, which is a criminal offense.
My ex is behind in child support. Says hes goes to those daily pay jobs. I dont work anymore because I am a stay at home Mom with my 10mth old. My ex lawyer says if i modify child support. They will use my BA degree saying I would be making more money than my ex. Is this possible? Most amount I... Read more »
My dog and her two puppys were taken from there home when someone broke into my house and let them out . Animal control kept them for 2 months with my only option being to wait for court and the judges decision... court finslly came and i asked the judge and the ASA told the judge i was... Read more »
My step mom owns an apartment building that she wants to sell. Her mother owned it then passed away and on her Will left it for my step mom. My step mom never had it switched over to her name but has been having people live there and taking care of it for two years. How long does it take to switch... Read more »
The property must be in your step mother's name for it to be, ultimately, legally transferred. I would recommend you speak with an attorney whose focus is in Probate. Since the mother passed away 2 years ago, a probate estate will probably have to be opened so that the property can be...Read more »
A US citizen can sponsor his foreign national spouse despite that she overstayed her visa and provided no grounds of inadmissibility otherwise exist (ie crimes, etc). The current processing time is taking at least one year from the time of filing and most likely a wee bit longer due to the covid...Read more »
Divorced us in secret from me. I heard finalized March 26th 2020in Clay county of Minnesota. What can be done about no notice on divorce decree? Can I challenge judgment so I can have input into 40years of my life where I am a victim of domestic violence abuse against men by battered husband... Read more »
Delivery company was having me fill out paper work for employment. Back ground checks and waivers and such, I let him know that I have a medical condition with my legs and I may not be as fast as his other employees. He said he'd have to talk to his boss. He comes back and said he'd have... Read more »
The law requires an employer to provide reasonable accommodation to an employee or job applicant with a disability unless doing so would cause significant difficulty or expense for the employer ("undue hardship"). You should connect with an experienced employment discrimination attorney...Read more »
If the account is set up right of survivorship, where you and your mother were the co-owners, that means that upon her death you become the sole owner of the account, which passes outside of probate. So I would review how the account was set up to verify your ownership rights. Regarding...Read more »
Last month, I got married to US Citizen and she does not meet minimum income requirements. Thereafter, I talked to my uncle and he said he and his wife together makes about 35,000 a year in total household income for year 2019 based on IRS tax filling. And, this was only for year of 2019.My uncle... Read more »
I thought that there is usually an option to pay the fine and not have it affect my driving record or plead guilty. Only option appears to be paying the fine and pleading guilty or requesting a trial. The trial location would be hours from my home. Am I missing something?
He is moving out of the state and has no established place to live yet. It is true that I would have to also find a smaller living arrangement eventually, but I have always been the one to take care of their finances, medical, and well being. Could he argue that I do not have a permanent living... Read more »
If the dogs were purchased during the marriage they are considered marital property regardless of who paid for them. That means that if you and your spouse cannot agree on who gets the dogs, the court will decide.
I left my dog with a professional dog sitter while we went on vacation. During this time she left the home and left my dog in her backyard in 95° heat and he hot out of her yard and is now missing. It's been 5 days and we can't find him. Can she be charged with anything?
I am trying to sell the house. I signed up, through my work, with a legal plan that pays for various legal services. They are saying that the house is in my father's name and so therefore it is not a covered service since the house is not in my name. But in the Declaration of Trust I am named... Read more »
Hopefully, at the time of the Declaration of Trust, your father's attorney also recorded a Quit-Claim Deed transferring the title from your father to the Trust. If not, then we would need to work with the Title Co. to record an Affidavit of Heirship to determine all the parties with an...Read more »
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