I’m on permanent disability; I would like SSA to use my tax info from 2020 or 2022 as 2021 I only had high amount of taxable withdrawals from my dads Inherited IRA; used to purchase a low income affordable condo & pay taxes & additional money taken out in order to pay taxes etc. I... Read more »
answered on Mar 4, 2023
To prepare for an SSA IRMAA appeal administrative hearing, you may want to consider seeking legal assistance from an attorney who specializes in Social Security law. They can help you present your case in the best way possible, and help you navigate the appeals process.
In addition, it may... Read more »
I currently have a summons to appear for a Trash/Debris ticket in my Municipality. We requested the Town to send us pictures after numerous times of us cleaning all areas seen by the public we reviewed the photos from Code Enforcement for it to reveal they entered our backyard without permission... Read more »
answered on Oct 11, 2022
Unless the municipality can show that there was an emergency situation which required immediate attention, the municipal officials can not enter your premises without your permission.
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?
answered on Mar 28, 2022
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 »
How to stop her from driving
answered on Feb 16, 2022
This is a hard situation, has she diagnosed with dementia? if so her doctor will generally write a letter to MVC getting her license suspended.
answered on Sep 26, 2021
Yes they could count, you would need to pay a NJ lawyer to review the statute to see how similar the statutes are to get the answer you need.
answered on Jun 26, 2021
In all honesty you should not be concerned about the fines but a few of these violations have a mandatory loss of license and even the possibility of jail time. That's what you need to hire a lawyer for, to try to reduce or eliminate these penalties. Money you can always make more, and you... Read more »
answered on May 8, 2021
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.
Look like you can afford $550 a month I need the room back; he is using COVID-19 law as an excuse. And I never mentioned eviction or filed one What can I do? I real want him out mainly because of the smoking that was clearly stated on the agreement not to do. Do we as landlord have any rights with... Read more »
answered on Jan 7, 2021
The Court strictly follows the required statutory procedure for complaints filed seeking eviction of a tenant. To avoid having a case dismissed for failure to satisfy the statutory requirements merely prolongs your problems. My best advise is you retainan attorney to represent you in this matter.
So basically my mom made me buy/take street xanax. So she gave me money for me to buy the xanax and she told me what to ask for and when and how much. When i did find someone who had it and i told my mom about that and showed her what the person was saying. “i” (my mother) said yeah i’ll buy... Read more »
answered on Oct 22, 2020
Yes you can get arrested as you are committing a crime and so is your mother. The same as if your mother asked you to shoot a gun at a person, just because someone told you to do it, does that mean that you have to listen or that you have immunity from prosecution. By the way it is a crime for... Read more »
I have a court order for the change and the seal with it my soc sec card was changed back to my maiden name but dmv will not give me a new id and I lost a job because of it what can I do
answered on Jan 21, 2020
First I suggest that you see someone high up in the management of the DMV in Trenton. Next retain an attorney to get this matter resolved. Good luck. But you will not be able to sue the DMV for your damages.
answered on Oct 27, 2019
Probably not as they will pass a law saying its legal, just like congress did allowing insider trading.
The charges were dismissed during the trial and clearly associated with the retired officers lawfully doing his duty as a police officer
I am a resident and volunter firefighter in the state of New Jersey. I have completed my State Mandated Firefighter One course and have been riding the trucks for almost 4 years satisfying my mandatory courses to be a riding firefighter in good standing. I have always been one to act, but want to... Read more »
answered on Oct 15, 2018
You marked your question under criminal law however I do not see a criminal law question. You may want to repost your question under another section
Are gonna shut my water off. I tried to tell them I don't have $2000 and offered the standard 25% by Monday plus a monthly payment to catch up and they said no. What can I do?
answered on Oct 15, 2018
I'm not sure what the BPU is. In Texas, if it is a rural water company, ask to see a copy of the company's tariff. The tariff will set out how they handle payments of deficiencies. If you disagree with the procedure, you can file a complaint with the Texas Commission on Environmental... Read more »
answered on Aug 13, 2018
Yes you are supposed to have NJ plates if you live in NJ and have your vehicle registered in NJ
And when the agency I worked for did not notify Social Services in a timely fashion in July of 2012, I now owe another $140.Then I received General Assistance while I was on unemployment. I called and called to talk to someone but back in 2012 those lines were so busy I never got through. Am I to... Read more »
answered on Aug 7, 2018
I would consider bankruptcy.
Sister fell off the swing set at city park due to faulty chains. This caused her femur to break and protrude through the skin requiring emergency surgery to repair. What type of lawyer is needed?
answered on Jun 23, 2018
You should contact a personal injury attorney. The case or claim would be against the city. There are special laws and restrictions that apply to claims against government entities. You should be able to get a free consultation from a local personal injury attorney on a matter of this nature.
And if she gets pregnant, can both of them get married without parental consent?
answered on Jun 1, 2018
No he won't but will require to pay child support. But get confirmation the child is yours because there been cases where alleged dad paid child support to later find out baby wasn't his.
I am applying for state licensure as a massage therapist. I went through State Police fingerprinting procedure for a personal record request, the same background check procedure I am pretty sure they use for potential licensees just to see what would come up. Unfortunately, I got a hit on a charge... Read more »
answered on Mar 30, 2018
They may come up, best to ask a lawyer in the field in which you are applying for your license.
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