My husband received a ticket in February 2021 we paid the speeding ticket and the Bmv sent the sr-16 to the Bmv my husband got into an accident and hit a tree he was the only one involved in the accident in July 2021 and that’s when he found out his license had been suspended and yes I know... Read more »
An insurance company has a right to refuse payment on an accident claim if the driver did not have a valid license. You admit that your husband did not have a valid license at the time of the accident. Your insurance company may well be refusing to issue a certificate of coverage but that refusal...Read more »
My husband purchased our house in Indiana a few months before we got married (over 10 years ago). Am I entitled to half? Does he have to sell the house and split the profits with me? The house has gone up in value. My annual income is around $80.000. Would I be financially responsible for my... Read more »
If the home was purchased before the marriage it would be considered non-marital. But, if you or your husband have been making payments on the home during the marriage or have made improvements on the home during the marriage there may be a marital component to the home which would provide you with...Read more »
Asked about weap.knife clipped to pocket he opened pocket (no pat down)looked in said"oh that's why.'saw a glass stem. Pulled it out then reached into other pocket pulled outbag. Off to jail I went.... No dog no field test..
What you have detailed seems to show there are problems with the case, however to know whether there is evidence that is suppressible would require an attorney to fully review the reports and other evidence in the case. You should consult with a criminal defense attorney to get a better idea of...Read more »
My mom got a new job and was fired today because she received flowers from her fiancé and his name was on them. He is a well known director for a local union and when the ceo saw them she fired her after she came back from lunch. She asked if she did anything wrong and the answer was no and that... Read more »
Indiana is an at-will state. This means that an employer may generally terminate an employee at any time and for any reason or no reason. There are very limited exceptions to this general rule. The situation you are describing is certainly unfair, but it does not violate the law or give your mom a...Read more »
You may need to consider filing a petition with the court to modify parenting time or otherwise restrict this person's access to your children. You should consider speaking with an experienced family law attorney about your case.
I moved out of my apartment after I broke up with an ex a while ago. He stayed. I forgot to take my name of the lease and he can't keep a job, so now the creditors are coming after me. They've garnished my wages and now I can't afford food or gas. Please, what can I do to fix this?
Papers were left in my door saying I needed to show up for court in August I am being sued for like $3000. I have read it over and over again and it does not say who is suing me. So I have no clue who or why I'm being sued for that amount of money.
An Indiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. And time could be of the essence in your response. At this point, you may have already sorted this out. If not, contact the clerk of the court and provide whatever information is contained in the paperwork. In most...Read more »
I got divorced 8 years ago. We both got joint custody. She however is the custodial parent. I haven't seen my son for at least 6 7 years now. My ex moved with my son and stopped contacting me. I don't know where they live now. He will be 18 soon. I remarried and have 2 other children.... Read more »
You posted this question in another state and as was explained there, the order to pay or not pay child support under state law has no bearing on this federal benefits program. All of your biological children are eligible for benefits until they turn 18 or until 19 if they are still in high school...Read more »
I just got approved for ssdi. I'm remarried with 2 other children in my home. Their benefits are on hold until my ex wife is found and notified that my son that lives with her...may be able to receive benefits threw me. It's making it rough because I can barely support my wife and... Read more »
All of your minor children are eligible me for benefits if your individual payment is below the family maximum payment. The difference between your payment and the family max can be up to 1/2 of your payment. Whatever that amount is will be split equally between your children. It does not reduce...Read more »
On your facts, you are responsible for the damage because on your facts, the county did nothing which would cause it to incur liability. On the other hand, if a large branch of this tree was known to be dead for many years and the county was advised that the branch should be removed but failed to...Read more »
You can apply for SSI benefits if your household is financially eligible. You should also file for dependent (sometimes called auxiliary) benefits for him. Those benefits are available if your payment is high enough and are based on your receipt of SSDI. There is no requirement that a minor child...Read more »
I Informed HR that I was going to be needing to use some of my 12 weeks allowance of FMLA. I had seen a doctor the day I let HR know. The doctor just needed the forms from the HR department of work but she had given me a note excusing me starting on June 29th 2021. Then today on June 30th 2021 I... Read more »
Hello, more information is needed here. It would be unlawful for the employer to consider your use of FMLA in a decision to terminate you. I would reach out to an employment law attorney to schedule a consultation.
The debt is not on my credit report. I go to the court and actually meet with lawyer for Discover who asks some questions. I think they are just trying to keep the debt refreshed. What happens if I don't go? Or should I contact them? We have no money.
This sounds like a situation in which you are being summoned to appear at a debtor's exam. This is a court proceeding for which there are penalties if you fail to appear, including the possibility of the court issuing an arrest warrant. The debtor's exam is a tool that a judgment...Read more »
Work for hefler for 5 yrs. PO and G ( pfiefer oil and gas ) bought out Hefler. Been with them 10 months. Doing same job total 6 yrs. PO and G denied fmla. Are there any Laws to protect his job since hes only been with PO and G 10 mo?
PO and G called Rehab Center and told them he would lose... Read more »
In some situations, an unpaid medical leave of absence can be a reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act. You should contact an employment law attorney in your area to discuss your son's options in more detail.
The man was 6'4" security guard who. eat his girlfriend. My friend was afraid for her own safety and was afraid if she acted he would turn his attention on her. Prior to the attack, the man's girlfriend tried to force herself on my friend, that's when he attacked his girlfriend.
Your friend would not be in trouble for not intervening especially in light of the size difference between her and the abuser. If charges are filed against him for beating his girlfriend, your friend may be required to testify.
Justia Ask a Lawyer is a forum for consumers to get answers to basic legal questions. Any information sent through Justia Ask a Lawyer is not secure and is done so on a non-confidential basis only.
The use of this website to ask questions or receive answers does not create an attorney–client relationship between you and Justia, or between you and any attorney who receives your information or responds to your questions, nor is it intended to create such a relationship. Additionally, no responses on this forum constitute legal advice, which must be tailored to the specific circumstances of each case. You should not act upon information provided in Justia Ask a Lawyer without seeking professional counsel from an attorney admitted or authorized to practice in your jurisdiction. Justia assumes no responsibility to any person who relies on information contained on or received through this site and disclaims all liability in respect to such information.
Justia cannot guarantee that the information on this website (including any legal information provided by an attorney through this service) is accurate, complete, or up-to-date. While we intend to make every attempt to keep the information on this site current, the owners of and contributors to this site make no claims, promises or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness or adequacy of the information contained in or linked to from this site.