My nephew and his wife were going to lease my house but because of a disagreement with the pet section of the lease, he, his wife and his father came to my house on June 22. When I told them that the pet section was clearly written, they began to swear and yell at me. As this melee escalated, I... Read more »
I am not sure I heard a question. It seems more like a statement. It also appears as though you are concerned about your safety and if you think a crime has occurred you may want to report it to the police.
You need the Terms & Conditions given at the time of account opening (or the latest published version, usually available at branch locations for customers that request it.) Some banks may have it online for download, especially if you have online banking. The account may read "A or B"...Read more »
For example, the decedent leaves $300,000 to Child A and in the will instructs Child A to pay $100,000 to Child B. Can that be done? I'm wondering if there might be tax implications because is Child B's money and inheritance or a gift, at that point?
It is a poor drafting technique, but it can be done as long as the will is clear on that. The amount paid from A to B, if that is what the will clearly instructs, would be considered B's inheritance directly from the decedent, and not a gift from A to B. In such a situation, A would be...Read more »
When I was 15 i vandalized someones car.i was supposed to pay off 1400$ and do prohibition. I finished my probation successfully and moved to virginia when i turned 18 i owe 285$ left on my probation can they transfer it to adult court because they are telling me i have a bench warrent now.
It depends. If you finished probation successfully and the case was closed it doesn't seem like there is anything that can be done. If it was left as a collections case only, they may be able to issue a warrant. I would suggest contacting the court and find out if there is a warrant and if...Read more »
welp, I don't think this is as much of a legal question as one of perception and general office culture well being. So my reaction would not be legal, but would be to look at the better examples of people who have first changed their office's culture and later, if the matter came up,...Read more »
I have represented people charged with violation of the IID law, operating without a license and after suspension. The facts of each case are unique, but it is better to speak with a person than to try to give advise generically. My office number is 603-788-2080. I handle cases in Northern NH.
Father thought he was making the best decision for his two children, the mother wasn't willing to work with him about anything and he didn't want to put his kids through that. She told him he could still see them and be in their lives but five years later and that is not the case. He... Read more »
If the case where this happened was in NH originally and the kids still live in NH, this would be a NH case and the laws may be slightly different. In general, unless there was something in the written agreement he probably doesn't have much of an argument, unfortunately. Obviously, every case...Read more »
In most cases, debtors may choose between the state and federal exemption. In order to select the state exemptions, debtors generally must have lived in NH continuously for about 2 years. The NH homestead exemption is currently $200,000 for each person having an interest in the homestead, which...Read more »
Under the Fair Labor Standards Act, an employer is required to pay its employees for all time spent performing “compensable” work. However, employers do not have to compensate employees during “bona fide meal periods.” A bona fide meal period is a break during which an employee is relieved...Read more »
Your father who is in possession of an expired resident card remains a permanent resident until such time that he voluntarily surrenders his status or an immigration judge issues an order rescinding his resident status.
Your father is not in “proceedings” until a “ Notice to Appear”...Read more »
We were supposed to receive investment $ this month but haven't because of virus. We both signed up for SS because we are 64 years old. We may get money next month, but not sure with the virus situation. If we explain our situation to them, can they still take us to court hoping we may get... Read more »
A US citizen living in Vermont owns a foreign company that holds a boat as an asset within the company. A US broker is contracted to sell the boat for a 10% commission. The broker is not responsive to offers and the Foreign company sells the boat to a US citizen after import to the US on its own.... Read more »
The fourteenth amendment does not apply to any sort of "bank debt" per se--European or otherwise. The fourteenth amendment--among many other things--protects all individuals subject to the Constitution--and certain entities--from a state government "taking" of property without...Read more »
After work I visit my boyfriend at his apartment complex. My boyfriend owns the apartment and his HOA says nothing about not being able to have guests daily. I used the vistor parking. No stickers are required. I followed every rule. But I looked out the window and saw them trying to take my car. I... Read more »
A New Hampshire attorney could advise best, but you await a response for three weeks. Unfortunately, if you hired legal representation, the costs would exceed your damages, with no guaranteed outcome. You could look into small claims court in your county. Good luck
filing for disability retirement. A large 20+ year pension is also being negotiated. He has been making threats to me that I wont get a penny of the settlement or retirement yet we have been married 16 years, together 29, and are married with 3 children. 2 questions: Will I get a portion of his... Read more »
Yes you will get a portion of the value if the divorce action is brought in NH. You should speak with an attorney so that you can explain exactly where your husband is in the process. Also you should bring any written documentation regarding the pension negotiations and disability.
My wife is being disciplined at work for caring for our daughter during the school shut downs during the corona virus pandemic. She is also being disciplined for missed time for past absences. NH is in a state of emergency as well. Is there any protections in place for parents to care for their... Read more »
Currently, there is no federal law providing protection for your wife's job in this circumstance, assuming that your daughter is not ill and only out of school because of the shut down. Congress is in the process of passing legislation that may impact this. You should consult an employment...Read more »
My friend got charged with this while incarcerated, I'm not exactly sure what this means, if he was in possession of drugs, or if someone gave him drugs or what exactly happened & I can not ask him because he is in the hole. Thank you for any help!
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