Hello: I am looking for a letter that I need my son to sign in exchange for $20,000.00. We bought him a house five years ago and he wanted another place and I financed it for him. He wants to stay at the other property but wants 20,000.00. I am willing to give it to him but I want him to sign a... Read more »
When we divorced 11 years ago, he agreed to give 1000/month child support. Since my daughter is 13 and she has some extra expenses on her cello private lesson and advanced classes, I emailed him to ask if it is possible that he can help with some money, which he never did, or if I can claim my... Read more »
The fact that your ex-spouse has remarried and now has a step daughter does not give him the right to refuse to pay the amount of child support required by the terms of a NJ court order or as required by a divorce agreement entered as part of your divorce. My suggestion is to meet with a family law...Read more »
I'm a full time employee. The company does provide holiday pay. our schedules change from week to week. if I wasn't scheduled to work on a holiday but others were, are they required to pay ALL employees the holiday pay or only the ones scheduled on that day?
Generally, employers are not required to offer pay on days that you do not perform work. However, you should consult your employee manual or handbook and review your employer's policy regarding holiday pay or other paid time off (if it has one). Employers may set up their PTO policies in...Read more »
I got the ticket back in September 2019 and the date was scheduled for February 2020, due to the pandemic it got changed to March and then July and now January 2021. I need to change my NY license to an NJ since I moved here back in March. I’ve tried to plead guilty online and pay the fine but my... Read more »
My car was parked in the employee lot at the school where I work. After school was done for students, but I was still working, my car window was broken by students playing on the ball field next to the parking lot. My insurance covered all but my 100.00 deductible. I put in a claim through the... Read more »
I dont know your employment / income setting nor the employment / income setting of your ex but if you and he are typical 17 & 18 year olds, neither of you has much money nor the ability to support a baby properly. As a result, if needed, there are a number of federal and state government...Read more »
My grandmother has two fam house , paying tenant upstairs. My aunt lives with her and her boyfriend claims to pay rent for a room elsewhere but sleeps by my grandmother every night and every day is there with my aunt. If something god forbid happens to my grandmother , and her three children want... Read more »
His son was living with him and wants to stay in the house. His Half sister says it’s ok but when he sells she wants half. How do I set that up? There are no other assets so how do I pay off his debts and end my responsibilities As administrator?
A domestic violence final restraining order was entered against you 5 years ago by default since you failed to appear at the hearing and you want to know if you can now move before the court to set it aside and have a trial on the merits of the claims. The answer is that it is possible, but it will...Read more »
I purchased a 2 family Feb 18th 2020. 60 day notice was given accordingly. We moved on April 1st and found there to be a guy who had been renting a room from the former tenant unbeknownst to us. Called the police but due to covid, we were told that he legally had a right to stay. With two young... Read more »
She was born near Mexico and near the states.She does have a birth certificate and a passport but she is not a citizen here.she is also 19 and trying not to get kicked out. Her parents revealed the truth a few months ago so I want to know what we can do so she can be able to stay here.
If you are not responsible for the cost of the new phone and the new mobile account, and your SSN has not been used further, you have no current damages to sue for. they are already offering you compensation, but you can also request the company to pay for a credit monitoring service so that you...Read more »
My sister in-law filed for divorce from my brother while he had ALS. My brother died before the divorce was final. My sister in-law remarried shortly after. Her new husband adopted my niece & she now goes by her adopted father's name. Is my niece still entitled to family assets when my... Read more »
Given the current pandemic rules in place, the family court system is handling motion practice, case management and some forms of trials through Zoom videoconferencing, so the cost of the retention of counsel is easier since we dont have to drive back and forth to Burlington County.
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