Indiana International Law Questions & Answers

Q: I am a U.S. citizen who is planning to marry my Polish girlfriend, who lives in Warsaw.

1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law and International Law for Indiana on
Answered on Aug 29, 2018
Richard Sternberg's answer
If you are emigrating to Poland, you need to consult with and follow the advice of a Polish immigration lawyer. Lawyers licensed in the U.S. only are not qualified to answer, and it is ethically questionable to communicate with a represented client. If you doubt the advice of your Polish immigration lawyer, you should seek a second opinion from another Polish immigration lawyer.

Q: Can German SOL be applied in the US?

1 Answer | Asked in Collections and International Law for Indiana on
Answered on Aug 28, 2017
Richard Sternberg's answer
Generally, courts have held statutes of limitations to be laws of the forum, so that statute applied might be from the place in which you are and can legally be sued. It sounds like that's Indiana for you, so you should check with an Indiana lawyer. But, it is reasonably likely that the statute has run wherever they sue. It is even more likely that they will never sue. There is big business these days in selling and reselling stale debt where the buyer knows that it cannot enforce the debt....

Q: A company approached me to buy my 1 week time share , out of Chicago area not sure I can trust them

1 Answer | Asked in International Law, Consumer Law and Real Estate Law for Indiana on
Answered on Jul 6, 2017
Richard Sternberg's answer
Sounds like a brand new variant of a popular scam. Check them out in full before paying anything.

Q: Good morning, I'm contacting you because I have a question concerning a friend of mine.

3 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Personal Injury, International Law and Internet Law for Indiana on
Answered on Feb 20, 2017
Paul Stanko's answer
Probably not the smartest way to express one's self, but I don't see a crime there.

Q: U. S. financial crisis

1 Answer | Asked in International Law for Indiana on
Answered on Sep 21, 2016
Paul Stanko's answer
This is a hypothetical question. The US could not impose martial law binding upon another country.

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