I was rear ended as a passenger at a traffic light. I now have major back problems. There were 3 others in the vehicle but it appears I was injured the worse. Since I was not going to the doctor on a regular basis, my attorney wants me to settle for $5K in which I will only receive about $2.5K. My... Read more »
A Nevada attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. It's difficult for an attorney to advise on a file site unseen, and in particular, one where the claimant is already represented. As a general matter, it doesn't mean a great deal for an offer to be the first...Read more »
First, I am not a Nevada lawyer. That being said, were you represented by an attorney in the court below? If so, and if your attorney has not yet withdrawn his/her appearance, perhaps the appellate court is sending the information to your (former) attorney. If that's the case, your (former)...Read more »
Shouldn't a father already have that information? Why should the mother give it to him, especially if the two have ongoing legal issues, and the mother doesn't know why he needs it? Is the mother legally obligated to give it to him without a court order? It's just more work for her.
The child’s social security number and use of it is most often a matter of legal custody. If the parents share legal custody, then both parents would need to be involved and provide their approval for any important matters in which a social security number would be necessary (i.e. decisions...Read more »
I want to make settling my estate a simple process for my executor. I'm thinking I will pay one beneficiary via TOD/POD transfers (my executor), then instruct him to divide what he is paid amongst two or three others. So, I guess I'm wondering...should I just choose to SPLIT my assets... Read more »
My suggestion would be to have TOD on all of your accounts, and split them between all of your beneficiaries in whatever percentages you desire. If all of your assets are liquid, you can avoid Probate simply by naming beneficiaries on your accounts. If you don't have TOD, then the funds...Read more »
Adoption would be possible only if the child’s biological father’s rights have already been terminated, or if he is willing to forfeit his parental rights. If the child’s biological father intends to keep his parental rights, then the court will not grant those rights onto additional parties....Read more »
I am applying for naturalization. My son lives in the Philippines and I am not in good terms with his mother and she refuses to provide documentation that I need pertaining to my son. and it's delaying the process of my application. Is it okay to leave out information about my son and petition... Read more »
So, I have primary custody of my kids. Have for 3 years...dad doesn't pay child support currently per the original order. Petitioned for a review. Whats the liklihood a judge keep the no support order in place vs awarding support to custodial parent? Non custodial parent has had a significant... Read more »
A child support modification is generally only warranted in response to a significant change in circumstance or change in custody. Specifically, when the reason for the modification is due to change in income, the court requires a 20% increase or decrease in income in order to justify the...Read more »
Yes, in state court he can apply for bail during extradition proceedings, but it's still in the judge's discretion to grant bail pending the formal extradition. I've done this successfully for clients before.
This situation is a matter of legal custody. While the parents may have 50/50 physical custody and spend equal physical time with the child, when it comes to this type of decision making for the child, these are aspects of legal custody. If the parents have 50/50 legal custody, then any decision...Read more »
Since there are children involved, I would highly recommend seeking an experienced Family Law attorney to make sure your rights and interests are well represented. Once Child Custody and Child Support arrangements are ordered by the court, they can be difficult and expensive to modify. My position...Read more »
It depends on the contract, but they almost never will even if it is an option for them. Rather, they'll foreclose and take the timeshare back into their inventory should you fall behind on maintenance fees. I recommend reaching out to the timeshare company and offering to deed or return the...Read more »
A Nevada attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. If you haven't already, you could consult with a Nevada traffic ticket attorney to review the citation and determine the best course of action. If the citation is relevant to the cause of the accident in terms...Read more »
I am the father of two children ages 12 and 15, years old. Their mother is consistently telling my children that I murdered my stepfather which is not true. I was not born when my stepfather was murdered during 1981. I was born 1982, my two children believe their mother now they do not want to... Read more »
The matter of needing the mother’s permission to attend the type of mental health treatment your children were referred to is a matter pertaining to the legal custody arrangement in place. If you and the children’s mother share joint legal custody, then, yes, it is likely that she would need to...Read more »
My sister passed away in Reno late June. She was divorced 18 years ago & ex is now deceased , no children, no will & a very small estate. Her bank account is less than $5,000, no safe deposit box, no real estate (she lived in an apartment with no valuables) & credit card debt of about... Read more »
The Affidavit of Small Estates should work. First, you do not file the Affidavit of Entitlement. You, not your wife, should create the Affidavit of Entitlement and present the same to the applicable bank along with a certified copy of the death certificate and identification. The bank should...Read more »
Generally property that is not specifically devised or bequeathed in a Will is passed to the designated beneficiaries of the residuary clause of the Will. A testator's acquiring and conveying land or personal properties during his life does not void the previously made Will.
That would depend upon whether or not you are entitled to a copy of the Trust and/or upon who the 'holder' is. You will need to be more specific to get an answer. Try asking again, with more information.
If you have been undocumented for more than 180 days and you have managed to file for adjustment of status, I recommend that you do not request an advance parole document. You can travel abroad once you have received your permanent resident status.
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