Osarumwense Iyamu's answer Your daughter's father has the option of going to the local USCIS office to get that information or alternatively request his immigration file from USCIS based on FOIA and get the information from his immigration file. Good Luck!
Timur Akpinar's answer I do not practice in Kansas but your question remains open for four weeks. As a general matter throughout all states, contracts can be valid without notarization. In general, notarization is an added measure that more strongly confirms the identity of parties signing a contract or other document.
Scott C. Stockwell's answer There are several different procedures under which the probate proceeding could have been filed. You indicate you recently signed a consent and waiver and that a final settlement was filed. Any person who has an interest in the estate should keep informed about the progress the probate proceeding. Essential information about an estate includes an asset inventory and valuation that is filed with the court. The inventory and valuation would identify what assets are held by the estate and the...
Scott C. Stockwell's answer It is not unusual for a mortgage and/or a promissory note to have a provision that accelerates the debt obligation upon the transfer of an interest in the property to another person. To answer your question, you would want to know the specifics of the promissory note and mortgage in question. As a practical matter, mortgage companies do not frequently accelerate mortgages upon a transfer if the loan in being repaid on a timely basis, regardless of whether the mortgage or promissory note has...
Scott C. Stockwell's answer If there is a will, it should be filed with the court within six months of the date of death. Notice will be provided to persons with a potential interest in the estate and a hearing date will be set. If no one opposes the probate of the will, it will be probated as a valid will and an executor (or administrator with the will attached) will be appointed. Creditors will have a period of four months from the filing of the petition to make claims against the estate. The spouse will have the right...
Bruce Alexander Minnick's answer Each state has statutes controlling the issue of whether their citizens can or cannot record conversations of other people without informing the other parties; the federal rule is that recordings are legal if only one party consents. You should consult a Kansas lawyer.
David Adams' answer A 401(k) and a 401(k) loan are really not affected by a ch 7 bankruptcy. The funds are exempt and not subject to being lost to the bankruptcy court, and the loan is secured and not really affected by the bankruptcy either, as any failure to pay would still allow the retirement funds to be offset to pay off the loan.
Brian Leininger's answer The SOL is five years. First you want to make sure you didn’t miss a court date and there is a warrant for you. You can call the JOCO Sheriff’s Office for this. I have seen DUI cases in which there was a blood or urine sample sent to the lab that have taken years to get charged. There is no good reason for this. It’s also possible you have fallen through the cracks. The best option is to wait. You don’t want to ask a bunch of questions and cause them to look.
Thomas A. Grossman's answer My best guess is that the hotel has the right to ask you to leave, if -- in their opinion -- you are disruptive and/or an annoyance to other hotel guests. If they do ask you to leave, they must return to you any unused rental payments you have made for your stay.
Peter Munsing's answer You may sue someone for anything but you wouldn't be awarded anything under the circumstances you have outlined, or it would be so low--what you paid--that it wouldn't be worth it.
David Adams' answer The landowner and/or the tenant of the property would likely have some liability if there was an electrocution risk on the property. Talking to an attorney sooner than later would be recommended. The value of any claim is connected to a number of factors including the nature and extent of the injury. I'd be more than happy to discuss the matter further.
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