There is often an administrative appeal procedure that you can make to your insurance company when a claim that you thought would be pre-approved and covered was denied. The hospital or facility also wants to get paid so they may be willing to assist with this appeal. Sometimes a good place to...Read more »
My apartment complex is rebuilding all the external 2nd and 3rd floor walkways. My building is the first. The management provided a 10 day notice. Tenets will not be allowed access to their apartments for 11 days. The apartment complex is providing 2 star hotel rooms and a 200 dollar stipend. We... Read more »
Depending on the terms of the lease, a tenant may be able to end the lease if the apartment becomes uninhabitable for a period of time. If improvements need to be made that require a tenant to be temporarily out of their apartment and the tenant does not want to end the lease, reasonable...Read more »
In a contingent fee case, the attorney is generally paid either from the settlement or from the award at trial. If the matter goes to trial and no compensation is awarded, then the attorney would not be paid attorney fees, although the client might still be responsible for some court costs (expert...Read more »
Dec 31=1 yr case. Lots of details, very little action by public defender-1st issue. Online finding statutes/cases trying to educate myself. 2nd-2 cases all hearings same day same time. Literally didn't even realize 2nd case for 5/6 months.
Sometimes when a parent has done everything they can but a child is still not safe in their home, the Court will find the person guilty of no fault neglect so that the child can receive services. This is especially common when one child needs to be placed outside of the home as the siblings aren't...Read more »
Allowing a person to profit off land is usually not the same legal term as a sublet. For example, a legal "profit" off the land could be allowing someone to remove timber, minerals, or wild game off the land. It is more like an easement than a sublet.
Back child support continues to be due even after the child turns 19 years old. The back child support is owed to custodial parent, not the child. Thus, the back child support continues to be owed, but it is owed to the parent not the child.
In Nebraska, is it possible to get a re hearing for a harassment protection order or to expunge the order from public records after the time has passed? My ex filed one against me and submitted lots of manipulated evidence I was not prepared for This manipulated evidence had nothing to do with... Read more »
You can appeal the granting of a harassment protection order just as you can appeal other final court orders. There are other potential motions to challenge a final court order, such as a motion to reconsider or a motion for a new trial depending on the specific facts of the case. Generally once...Read more »
I have an issue going on at (X) University. The university decision wont be based on facts. They said if it is more likely that you might did that then they will dismiss me from the school. They already have effected my mental illness, my life, and my school performance. I am planning on gathering... Read more »
If you have a situation that involves both potential criminal charges and a disciplinary issue with an university, you will want to contact an attorney that has experience with both criminal defense cases and school disciplinary issues.
If you have been defrauded by a contractor, you should contact the non-emergency law enforcement phone number and file a police report and/or contact the county attorney's office to report the crime. They will likely want supporting documentation of the fraud, so you will want to provide a copy of...Read more »
The rights of a tenant and landlord are generally governed by the landlord-tenant agreement (or lease). Unless the lease states otherwise, the landlord generally surrenders the property to the tenant for the tenant's purposes. Thus, a landlord can't generally enter the leasehold for personal...Read more »
If a party is negligent, you may be entitled to damages. If the damages are small (a cut that was fine with just a band-aid), then it may make the most sense to contact the company and see what type of compensation they may be willing to offer (free meal coupons, etc). You may also want to report...Read more »
If your child joins the military and that is included as an intervening event that would terminate support (child is no longer dependent upon parents for support due to military involvement), then you would want to file a notice that that event has occurred to terminate your support. Your best bet...Read more »
If your Decree was issued by a Nebraska Court and your child support terminates at the age of majority, then, yes you would pay December child support because it continues "on the first of each month" after Order is issued until an intervening event happens. You would not pay for January because...Read more »
I have received assistance but could not benefit from their help bc it being a one night stand i didnt know how or where to look for him, until recently. After finding him and his full name on FB i googled him. I got the address and a phone number.
You can file an action to ask the Court to establish paternity and child support. Alternatively, you can contact child support services and request the State file a paternity action now that you have contact information to attempt service on the father.
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