I’m a health insurance broker in NJ. My General Agent has without my consent advised the health insurance carrier to alter the expiration date on our contract. The carrier is now holding my commissions and won’t release them as agreed in our contract. Can someone please advise?
More facts and an examination of all relevant contracts is going to be needed in order to make a determination if you have a viable cause of action or not. But, from these facts (without knowing any more) it appears as if you might. With modern technology, you can be represented by any high-quality...Read more »
I have been separated (not legally separated) for one year and 2 months with my current wife. We have been married for 2 plus years. If I buy a home with my own savings that I had before getting married can she take half when we divorce?
We are both French citizens of no immigration status in the US. I reside in France while my husband resides in United Emirate. Can I proceed with divorce in NJ ? Does US have jurisdiction over the assets and properties in France should we get the verdict? Thank you
It is unlikely. New Jersey divorces couples who were legally married anywhere, as long as they satisfy the residency requirement. With rare exception, that means that at least once of you would have to live in New Jersey, and have been here for at least 12 consecutive months.
My attorney do not want to file an application to the court to vacate the Judge's vacation of the default or file a new default motion? He says court will take care of the defendants violation of order. Find below the details. How to deal with it?
For example if the town only allows certain firepits do thay have to make the details of what makes a lawful firepit public? If the town has rules for such a firepit but the rules are not available to the public is this legal? Where is legally allowed for this information to be located?
Depends on the town, but most rules and regulations for the town will be posted as a township ordinance and you may be able to find these online. However for what you are concerned about you may also have to look at the fire department regulations for the town/county/state. I suggest consulting...Read more »
I currently live in FL. Previously lived in NJ. Noticed today that checking and savings accounts were levied. When I spoke to my bank, they said the superior court of NJ authorized this. I never received any notification of a pending court case against me. The address on my license and with the... Read more »
Estimates have been provided to the court but no money judgement has been made yet. case has been going for 2 1/2 years now and now more damage has been done to property. Recently filed a motion which was scheduled to be heard 010722 but as of today, no ruling yet. Motion asked that the court... Read more »
More facts are necessary for a more meaningful answer. The question is also not clear. If you do not know how to enforce a judgment, you are going to need to retain an experienced civil litigation attorney, if it is cost effective.
I have a judgement against me since last year. each year the attorney sends an information subpoena for me to fill out. I only receive social security benefits. it says Attach copies of the three most recent bank statements that contain funds from social security. an I redact from my bank... Read more »
My sister is currently Administratrix of my late mother’s estate and has already committed various breaches of fiduciary duty, including requesting the estate reimburse her for debt owed by the decedent she was liable to pay as power-of-attorney and attorney-in-fact to the decedent before her... Read more »
You need to go over everything you just asked a question about with an attorney. I have seen a $400 home sell for $78,000 because of liens that couldn't be avoided so the new owner took on the liens. I have also see properties sell under market value because a hoarder lived in them, tenants...Read more »
resolved through arbitration in accordance with AAA rules. However, in AAA Consuner Rules, R-9. 'Small Claims Option for the Parties' reads as 'If a party’s claim is within the jurisdiction of a small claims court, either party may choose to take the claim to that court instead of... Read more »
Yes, you may proceed with filing a small claims action against the auto dealership. However be sure to follow what requirements or stipulation the AAA requires in order to proceed with filing a small claims court action.
Thank you for your time. I purchased 2 online courses earlier this year. 1 in January for 1257.00 the other in March for 750. I fell sick within 2 weeks and I am still recovering to this day. I have prepared limited medical documents since I don’t have health coverage along with an... Read more »
The best course of action is to file a small claims complaint demanding the return of the paid tuition. If no settlement is agreed to, the matter will be heard by a judge. The judge will determine whether a refund is warranted. The judge’s decision will decide the issue.
We divorced in 2013. House was underwater heading to foreclosure. Judge said my 4 kids and I could remain in home as long as I kept up with all bills. Ex had nothing to gain so he agreed. In those years I managed to gain equity in home and I'm ready to sell. I have already moved out and my... Read more »
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