Perhaps, it depends on all the circumstances and the reason for termination of the contract. Of course, whether it is legal or not really depends on the willingness to pursue recover. Your standard MAR contract has mandatory mediation within the first year. And you must also consider the broker...Read more »
In nov 2018 I filed petition. My father was here for visit . In December finger print, July 10 he left US family emergency , July 25 I file withdrawal stating the reason August 10 uscis mailed his green card. On it October 2019 USCIS sent a letter to be saying my petition revoked and sent another... Read more »
My husband is from Pakistan and has been in Germany for eight years. He will be applying for a German passport soon. Recently, our I-130 petition was approved and we are now waiting to hear from the NVC to start the visa application. Will getting the passport cause problems?
Hopefully your agreement also provides that the non-breaching party is entitled to an award of their reasonable attorney's fees and costs in the event court action is required to enforce its terms. But the agreement is pretty straight forward. if she does not respond to a lawyer's letter...Read more »
No. There is only a time frame for filing for divorce where both parties are not in agreement to get divorced: one year continuous uninterrupted separation. If both parties are in agreement, however, then so long as they both sign a written agreement resolving all marital rights and interests,...Read more »
I've been separated for over a year now. Around june, i started filing for divorce but then my ex and i began communicating so we decided to remove the case to see if something could be worked out. But it didn't and now i really want to file for divorce and get out of the relationship as soon as i... Read more »
Unless you resumed living together under the same roof, then the separation period starts and runs from the date you initially separated and remained separated through the present. Doesn't matter that you began talking about getting back together, unless you resumed marital relations and living...Read more »
I received a traffic ticket on 08-06-2019, I paid the traffic ticket and a now I received 2 more tickets on 10-02-2019. Can a officer issue tickets 2 months after the initial encounter? The officer & I got into a argument and I requested a supervisor and spoke to one but was laughed at. Now I... Read more »
Obviously, you have discovered that, yes, he can, and he did. Police officers can add charges, but it is rare. Arguments might be made regarding double jeopardy or res judicata (I am not explaining those nuanced defense theories here). Go to trial on these--if they are payable, then ask for a...Read more »
A few years after purchasing the home an individual who had a judgement against the co-owner n another county in maryland, came to the county where the home was owned and attched the judgement. The home was sold by the bank for a $150,000 profit.
Am i entitled to half of that money since... Read more »
If you mean that the foreclosing bank generated a surplus from the subsequent sale out of foreclosure, then you must make claim for the surplus that has been deposited with the tax collector. Your co-owner may also make a claim, and the two of you may negotiate, agree or fight over the split. The...Read more »
You haven't provided enough information. For example, were you injured? If so, you should contact a personal injury lawyer to discuss your potential claim. Regarding the error in the police report, errors are not uncommon. Sometimes they matter, and sometimes they don't. The attorney you speak with...Read more »
Rape and sexual assault are always crimes regardless of age. Consensual sex involving a minor under 16 years of age is only rape or a sexual offense if the older participant is 4 years or more older than the minor. Consensual sex between minors within 4 years of age is not rape or a sexual offense....Read more »
The home most likely would be considered part marital and part separate property. From March of 2015 - Octover 2015 it would be separate property. From the date of marriage it could be argued it is marital property.
I thought that if notified the HOA would exempt you from the common electrical meter. I own a condo in 6 - 8 unit building with a common electrical meter. I notified the HOA that the condo would be vacant while working out of the State, so my usage has been zero for over 5 years. The unit has... Read more »
I have been in a very bad marriage from 5 years, it is not necessarily physically violent but it does get very violent and I have many times decided to quit but he always stops me. I am at last pregnant now and I do want to have the baby because I have a good job and supportive family however I no... Read more »
Leave this abusive relationship and go have your baby. File for custody and request child support. Call House of Ruth for advice and possibly representation or referral to pro bono or reduced fee legal representation.
Got HVAC install. Tech give me work order showing zero owned and wouldn't take check. He stressed "You don't own anything" and also give me a copy of the work order showing a zero balance. They emailed me today from a donotreply email to pay 2 wks later.
Depends on the facts. Some are easier to prove than others. Few are worth the time and money to pursue because damages are often difficult to establish in sufficient quantity to justify the effort. The UK has more favorable libel laws than the US if you are the person suing. You cannot sue in...Read more »
A person may have actual or constructive possession. "Actual" means on your person or in a bag you are holding. "Constructive" means it is in such proximity that you have immediate access to it. Ordinarily anything in the passenger compartment of a vehicle is in the constructive possession of...Read more »
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