Documentation is key in such situations. Ensure that you have all necessary records: medical histories, school records, and any other evidence that demonstrates a safe and loving environment for your children. Being proactive can also involve gathering character references from trusted people...View More
In Mississippi, forming a Limited Liability Company (LLC) is often a preferred choice for small business co-owners like you and your husband who are engaged in event planning. An LLC provides the liability protection that a corporation offers, while maintaining the operational flexibility and...View More
In Mississippi, the statute of limitations for aggravated assault is generally two years from the date of the alleged offense. This means that the prosecution has two years to file charges against the accused. However, there can be exceptions or conditions that could extend or modify this period....View More
Father in-law owns for 25 years. In 2015 I went to Georgia but I kept up the bills and maintenance of the house. He passed away in 2018 without a will. We came back in January of this year 2023. Can we claim it through adverse possession without involving her siblings because we are the ones who... View More
Continuous adverse possession has not occurred since you left the property for 5 years. Hopefully you have paid taxes on it for several years. Transferring title by adverse possession is usually a defense to ejectment, not a suit for you to file as plaintiff. Right now you do not have color of...View More
I need to file against the attorney and her firm. She was fired, no one informed me. She appeared to court hearings without informing me but instead told me that I did not have to appear since I am in another state and the other party was not doing what the judge wanted. Her law firm took over... View More
I have not seen the house announced in the paper for auction, nor is it posted anywhere. It was turned over to the state within the last two months or less. Is there an alternate route to taking ownership?
To purchase a property recently acquired by the State of Mississippi for delinquent taxes, you typically need to wait for the property to go through the tax sale or auction process. If it hasn't been advertised or posted yet, it's advisable to monitor announcements and notices from the...View More
Policyholder and insurance carrier can contract either way. But the remainderman is the one potentially loosing the house itself. Life tenants lose use and probably personal property. Usually life tenants pay for policy which insures both estate holders.
My friend passed away in her boyfriends front yard he didnt call 911 when she was found he was just sitting on the porch until he realized someone was there then he started pretending to ned help. she had been dead several hours at this point. on the porch where e was her purse was dumped out her... View More
Under the circumstances you describe, you should assume you are a suspect and should retain a competent and experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. You should also assume police will not give you all the information they have and that they may lie to you to gauge your reactions...View More
My son is Autistic but highly functional, he does have certain things that he cannot learn certain things like how to drive and his right hand from his left, count money, and he is also ADHD, his employer knew this when they hired him, he worked for 2 weeks without pay, or the required background... View More
I hate seeing this. Based on the facts as you've presented, your son may have a claim for discrimination and constructive termination; however, it is going to depend on some more facts, as those types of cases are very fact intensive. Your best bet is going to be to reach out to a lawyer to...View More
In Mississippi, the possession of a firearm while in possession of a controlled substance is a serious offense. This offense is often referred to as "possession of a firearm in the commission of a felony" or a similar term, and it is usually treated as a separate offense from the...View More
If your car was seized by law enforcement under a warrant, the first step you should take is to contact the law enforcement agency that seized your car to inquire about the process for reclaiming it. They will provide you with information about the necessary steps, documents, and fees that you need...View More
If you had an agreement with the person who towed the car to your house to pay you a storage fee, you have the right to collect that fee from the deceased person's estate if the estate had enough money to pay that claim. You must present your claim with written evidence of the storage...View More
You will want to consult with Articles of Incorporation and the Bylaws to know whether this was permitted. The law only says that "regular" meetings of the board "may be held without notice of the date, time, place or purpose of the meeting" unless the articles or bylaws have a...View More
I have a salary of $88k before taxes and insurance. Therefore cannot afford the 5 year repayment plan they have offered thus far. Also have a current garnishment from the business on my paycheck currently of 25% or $750 per check. What is the max TN could collect per check?
You can submit an offer in compromise application with Tennessee Department of Revenue. Offer in compromise allows a settlement on your tax debt, if you can show your expenses are more than your income. You may be able to save alot of money in taxes. I hope this information helps you.
A judge has the discretion to consider various factors when deciding whether to grant conservatorship, including the potential conservator's circumstances and qualifications. While having a medical marijuana card may be a factor that the judge takes into account, it does not automatically...View More
I am currently 48 years old and was an Army Warrant Officer discharged in 2011 with a General (Under Honorable Conditions) after 12 years of service. My Separation Code is JNC and RE: N/A. I did receive a GOMOR that was placed in my OMPF file. I have 2 other Honorable DD-214's while I was... View More
As a former Army Warrant Officer, your chances of re-enlisting in the military will depend on various factors, including the specific requirements and needs of the branch you are interested in. While your General (Under Honorable Conditions) discharge and previous honorable service may work in your...View More
Yes, IF the claim arose after you filed for bankruptcy, it's called a "post-petition debt." A post-petition debt isn't subject to the authority of the bankruptcy court. You won't be able to rely on the automatic stay to stop them from pursuing the claim, and the debt from...View More
Long story short, there is no set number of days that they State has to present a case over to the grand jury for a potential indictment; however, with each passing day, there is an increased likelihood of a dismissal based on the violation of the constitutional right to a speedy trial. The other...View More
The penalties for auto-theft are relatively low. That being said, if this was the person's first offense, there is a significant likelihood that the person could avoid jail time and even avoid having this on their record. I would highly recommend that the person reach out to an experienced...View More
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