Scott C. Stockwell's answer If a limited liability company is properly formed, operated, and capitalized, a judgment against the LLC would not normally be enforceable against the individual members of the LLC. You should consult with legal counsel to determine whether the company has been properly formed, operated, and capitalized.
Hector E. Quiroga's answer Any time a court places a restriction on you, the government considers that a conviction for immigration purposes. In your case, the requirement to participate in this diversion program was a restriction, so for immigration purposes you have been convicted. It will have an impact on your DACA renewal. You’ll want to consult with an immigration attorney to see what your options are.
Peter Munsing's answer You can call your state Attorney General. It sounds like a scam. Most AG's offices don't call themselves "Department of the Attorney General, " for one thing. It would be "This is Jane Doe with the Kansas Attorney General's office of ______________________"
Gary Kollin's answer Generally, before the federal authorities become involved in the prosecution in individual cases. There usually is a threshold amount unless the theft is committed on federal property.
Peter Munsing's answer Bigger problem is if it was close enough that you might hit it you have an obligation to avoid hitting if you could have. For instance if you have a van with a high roof, you would want to get out, check it out, and if close just don't go there.
Scott C. Stockwell's answer Whether the estate would be probated in Kansas or Massachusetts would be a threshold question that would need to be answered with the assistance of counsel. The appropriate jurisdiction for probate of the will would be based upon several different factors. If Massachusetts is the appropriate jurisdiction, your questions would be more appropriately directed to a Massachusetts' attorney.
If Kansas is the appropriate jurisdiction, a will must be filed with the court within six months of...
David Adams' answer You will likely have to get a lawyer involved if there are injuries involved. If it is just a property damage situation and your own insurance has not covered your damages, or if you were injured, then a lawyer would be able to get a suit on file and get a deposition and other evidence that can help get the outcome you need. In Kansas, the other driver will need to be at least 51% at fault in order to get some recovery. If total damages are less than $4,000.00 then you may go to small claims...
Carl Shusterman's answer Meeting in person is generally required for either a fiance or spouse visa unless there is good cause to waive the requirement. Skyping or other forms of communication are not adequate. The idea is to avoid such things as mail order brides, a relic from the distant past. Given current technologies, people all over the world are able to have serious relationships without meeting. Even so, it is still generally necessary to meet in person before proceeding with US immigrant processing.
Scott C. Stockwell's answer In Kansas, a spouse has full legal rights to sell a piece of property to another spouse. You could also transfer the house to your spouse without value. From your question, however, it would appear that the real question is whether you could complete such a sale and your husband obtain financing for a sum greater than $313,000 plus closing costs? A logical place to begin is to fully disclose the proposed transaction to the bank to determine whether the bank is willing to provide the sought...
Scott C. Stockwell's answer You describe a set of circumstances in which the details (facts) will be critical to answering your question. You should consult with an attorney licensed in the state in which your mother's estate is located.
A deed making a present transfer and recorded prior to the grantor's death could make a transfer to an individual for that person's own benefit or in trust or constructive trust, again depending upon what was written or said or both. If a transfer is knowingly made, without...
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Scott C. Stockwell's answer If a person passes away owning real estate in his/her name only and without a transfer on death deed making an automatic transfer at death, some probate proceeding would be required to convey ownership of the property or to authorize someone to transfer the property on behalf of the estate. If an executor or administrator is appointed, that person would have the authority to sell the property consistent with the terms of the will, if any, or an order of the court. If no estate is opened within...
John Espinosa's answer You are talking about the difference between a common law trademark and a registered trademark. Different things with different rights and requirements. Here is a helpful resource: https://www.upcounsel.com/common-law-trademark
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