I was told my monthly payment would be 1,710 now it is up to 2,110. I was told by the originator to bring 14.5 to closing & that was rounding it up from 14.2. Two hours prior to the closing my realtor made the odd comment of saying you have 20k in your bank acct. Then said after crunching... Read more »
The current tenants lease will expire soon. I provided notice that we will be selling the home and the lease terms denote that we can show the home to prospective renters/buyers. He is denying us access to the show the home to prospective buyers using concerns of covid exposure as the rationale. Is... Read more »
Ive called them multiple time and they keep on giving my the run around with who handles the leasing questions. What should I do, everything is over the phone and I do not have a paper trail as they do not answer anything by email
A lease is a contract between the owner of property and the party who wishes to occupy or utilize the premises for the purposes and duration agreed to in the lease. The lease then is a contract. Inherent in every contract is the potential of one party to refuse, for whatever reason, unilaterally to...Read more »
If Obtained can I file the compliant/order myself? Surrogate court does not provide the forms! A court clerk informed me that the forms are not available online. I still searched for hours to no avail. I don't qualify for low income legal assistance and can't afford $5,000+ to pay a... Read more »
Although you have an absolute right to represent yourself in the Courts of NJ, my best advice is that you speak to an attorney, From reading between the lines of your question, I sense that the issues involved are sufficiently complex and, thus, require guidance in the complexity of probate...Read more »
I filed a motion in January to finalize the divorce since I don't have access to my 401K. I also don't have access to my children's college funds (they are in college and we need the money). Still no response. During the last ruling, I filed with the appellate court because the judge... Read more »
Thank you for your question. It’s difficult to give a complete response without looking at the Orders entered in the case. A contested divorce taking over 4 years is not unusual especially if you live in a highly populated county such as Essex or Hudson. Now with COVID the time for completion...Read more »
I am presuming you are looking to file an FD complaint in the non-dissolution part of the family court part for custody and parenting time and as a pro se, you need to go through the court form to check off all of the applicable boxes and then provide a detailed statement of pertinent information (...Read more »
Yes so long as you can demonstrate that you actually created the logo for him and that you were to be paid for your services, you have evidence a contract existed between you two. This can be shown through the chain of communications you likely have with him. Did he ever agree on your fee prior to...Read more »
There is a difference between not having a record and not having a prior criminal charge. If you have no prior criminal charges a good lawyer should be able to keep you out of jail. That being said no attorney by law can guarantee a result and in general the better the lawyer you hire the better...Read more »
That's up to you as long as your lawyer is licensed in both states you can have one lawyer as lawyers are licensed by state. The problem is you want the best lawyer for each case and that may not be a lawyer that is licensed in both states as your lawyer may have a high success rate in PA and...Read more »
irs and detaisl with the medical care and transportation and i lived in his home. He died intestate and I CREATED an estate as an administratrix. My three siblings were not inculded in this paperwork so I could as most of his affairs, handle things without the stress and emotional abuse from them... Read more »
When someone dies without a will all Kids have the same rights. This may not seem fair, but it is the way the laws are written. So, your siblings may fight you for administration. There are forms that they could sign off on to surrender their rights to you. You really should speak...Read more »
I've been in a relationship for 6 years now and he had a nasty divorce/custody battle in the first three years. His ex-wife filed multiple false police reports against me thinking that it would sway the custody verdict but she ultimately lost custody. In one of the reports, she coached her... Read more »
I would contact your local police chief and / or the county prosecutors office and ask for the background search material and the source[s] giving rise to the concerns voiced about you. The less confrontational you are with them, the more likely they will be to provide the information sought (...Read more »
Yes my advice to you would be to hire a good lawyer as you're looking at mandatory jail time even with a lawyer. However a good lawyer can help you at least reduce the amount of time that you are looking at. Set up one of the free in office consultations that most of us traffic ticket lawyers offer.
This does not make sense without knowing more facts. Getting any changes to a NJ driver's license is very difficult. Are you a N.J. resident who is temporarily in Alaska? More information is going to be needed to understand what is actually going on.
Whether you were in the room or not, either your ex or the probation department submitted an application for enforcement and provided the court with the details of your noncompliance with your child support obligation. Upon receipt of that application you were obligated to file a written opposition...Read more »
We have an MSA codified when we were in Virginia but divorced in NJ where we both currently live. I’m concerned my ex wife will try to take me to court to use NJ law/precedent to make me pay college tuition after child support ends. 1. Is she likely to win in NJ court even if we have an MSA from... Read more »
I dont think my answer will come as a big surprise to you. You need to sit down with an experienced family law attorney to review the terms of your agreement and any court orders entered in your matter ( in Virginia and in New Jersey) to determine how a court would address the issue if presented.
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