Mother was a NC resident and died in NC. I am a NJ resident. I was told I need a letter of testimentary in order to gain access to her account. When I started to fill out the application for this letter, one of the questions it asks is the account balance of her bank account. I don't have this... Read more »
You can file the appropriate legal documents with the court in the county where you reside. The court may require that you publish certain notice of the proceeding in a newspaper in circulation where you reside. This is done to put the public and any creditor you may have on notice of your intent...Read more »
My former landlord harrassed me tried to evict me. New owner is harrassing me got my ss number and dl number. Kept harrassing me. Did nit even contact other tenants. Singled me out. Im scared this is identity theft. What do i do?
I believe that the first step should be to notify Social Security Administration that the ID number has been breached, Further, advise SSA that you believe the number is being used without your permission, most likely for improper or illegal purposes.
You could reach out to medical malpractice attorneys to discuss. An attorney here can't reach out to you - this is only a question and answer board, not an attorney referral service. You could use the tab above (Find-a-Lawyer) or you could search independently on your own. Most med mal...Read more »
Me, my fiancé and our 2 year old daughter live in Jersey City, NJ. We have lived here for 3 years at the same location and have always paid rent on time until the pandemic. We have a storage unit in the basement that we solely occupy and have occupied since 2018. Only our belongings are down... Read more »
If you cannot afford to hire a private lawyer (these types of cases are expensive) for him I suggest that you have him apply for a public defender as this is a very serious charge where he could do up to 10 year in jail. (not likely to get maximum but you never know) The good news is if he has a...Read more »
I have been told that once a developer submits a site plan application they are protected from local ordinance changes or state regulation changes. I read the NJ Municipal Land Use Law as affording such protections only after an applicant receives Preliminary Site Plan approval.
Car accident a year ago involving 3 cars. 1st car stopped because of debris on street. 2nd car hit her. Then 2nd car got hit by me. I only had to pay 2nd car for damages. Now over a year later the 2nd car is personally suing me. She is suing cause her husband I depressed. She never even mentions it... Read more »
More information is needed to properly answer your question, but in general when you get sued you should: Give the law suit to you insurance agent/company they should cover you for the accident if you were insured. If not you will need to hire your own lawyer to defend the case.
My husband used a document preparation service and or lawyer to file his AOS. We filed late December 2020. Still no receipt, and cant get in touch with “lawyer” and or document preparer. I say lawyer and or document preparer because my husband says he’s a lawyer but I don’t think he is and... Read more »
The delay may not be an issue. This is due to challenges resulting from the last U.S.C.I.S. Administration. You should be notified, but usually the applicants are notified if their address appears on the forms as the mailing address.
Untrained nurse who did not know how to work the machine my father was hooked up too. And no doctor working that floor on Sunday and my father's heart stopped so they say. They had a meeting after he passed probably to figure out what to say . My mom didn't want to pursue she was too hurt... Read more »
As you know the statute of limitations for wrongful death is two years. Chances are she won't get the medical records in time. Without looking at the medical records, it is unlikely an attorney will take the case, However for your own knowledge I suggest you call an attorney who handles such...Read more »
The family part judge is not going to criminally charge your ex with a felony for nonpayment of support but a family part judge does have a host of other tools available to him to address your ex's noncompliance with his support obligation and arrearage obligation. My suggestion is that you...Read more »
I reside in Northern Jersey and I know employment laws vary by state. Additionally, the store closed down at 1 PM anyways which was my original start time. I lost vacation hours for hours I could not work due to the store being closed early and for calling out due to inclement weather (snow storm).... Read more »
Since there is no law that requires employers to offer vacation time or other paid time off, employers can use employees' vacation time to provide pay during days the employee calls off or during days the building cannot open.
Most attorneys will not draft a QDRO, but rather will retain an experienced expert to prepare it. Whether or not you should change attorneys, is a personal decision. But at this point, a new attorney may be reluctant to take the case. You should try to work things out with your current attorney....Read more »
Its generally it is a part of drug court as it is the evaluation part. That being said if you want to get drug court that means you have been charged with a crime and thus yes you need a lawyer to make sure you get the best result.
As the property in question is located in Puerto Rico, the answers to any questions concerning the property will be decided in accordance with the laws of Puerto Rico and not in accordance with NJ law. If the question is whether the giving of money was a valid gift and related questions a NJ...Read more »
The Answer is it depends on what you consider points you can get both insurance eligibility points and points on your drivers license both are different. As for the motor vehicle points you only get points for a third offense of this statute.
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