Stephen Aarons' answer Sadly federal and state prosecutors may both charge without violating the Double Jeopardy Clause and they can charge without catching your husband in possession. It is reasonable to infer that the firearm did not fly onto your roof by itself.
T. J. Jesky's answer It sounds that you gave her an ultimatum of September 30 to move out. In the meantime, you can offer to assist her in finding a new residence. Ask you other family members for their support in speaking with her. Perhaps she has some other family members that will take her in. She does not move out on or before September 30, they will be evicted.
You may need to hire to a local attorney to help with you the eviction process. The legal eviction notice will give them a certain date...
Salim U. Shaikh's answer It should be in the best interest of new tenant to have the old locks which remained in use by former tenant changed. If new tenant does not want it to be changed he/she may inform LL.
Glenn Smith Valdez's answer Yes you can, and yes you should. A ticket like this has big consequences and keeping it off your driving record should be a priority. A Traffic Lawyer would be a big plus in dealing with this situation.
Timothy Denison's answer The claim is subject to offset if the creditor is holding or may owe you money as well. Last four digits should appear on your credit report. Contingent means depends on a circumstance or event, unliquidated means the amount of debt has not yet been determined, and disputed means the debt or the amount is in controversy and not agreed upon. A non priority unsecured claim is a claim that is not secured by collateral and is not the type of debt entitled to priority above other debts.
Jake A. Garrison's answer Good afternoon. If this is a residential property, then after the three-days notice has expired, you must go through a process known as "Restitution/Possession".
This is a Court proceeding and is dictated by a set of laws called the "Uniform Owner-Resident Relations Act". I suggest you contact an NM attorney to discuss further, as failure to adhere to sometimes strict protocols can result in a negative outcome on your part.
Gary William Boyle's answer I assume you are referring to rules regarding modification of child support. Child support can be modified when a party can demonstrate a significant change in circumstances. The statutes provide that there is a significant change in circumstances when the amount of child support has changed by 20% and more than one year has passed since the Court last entered an order establishing child support. Note that the 20% applies to the amount of support rather than to the amount of either party's...
Michael Hales' answer I had a client who listed these with their real estate holdings. When the timeshare is alerted that you have filed for bankruptcy, you will have the ability to give the timeshare back to the resort. I'd recommend this because I had a client who did not do this. And while her existing maintenance fee bills were extinguished when she filed for bankruptcy, those annual maintenance fee bills accrued while the bankruptcy was pending. When she came out of bankruptcy, she had very large bills that she...
Peter Munsing's answer Yes, though whether it's sufficient for an attorney to risk their time and money trying to prove it is different. However, the N. Mexico Assn for Justice attorneys provide free consults--look for one who is in your county, and discuss it with them.
Timothy Denison's answer Either can be used to protect your car, but which one you need depends on your overall financial situation, debt and assets. Consult an experienced bankruptcy attorney before making a decision.
Timothy Denison's answer Depends on the value of the Porsche. If you owe more than it’s worth, you can probably keep it, but you should contact an experienced bankruptcy attorney before you do anything..
Peter Munsing's answer Generally yes. There may be issues as to how it was done, but they aren't required to carry you. Now if they terminated early, that may be problematic. Check with your insurance commissioner but first get all the documents lined up.
Glenn Smith Valdez's answer Get your provisional and go to court. Negotiate with the officer and ask him or her tax agree to a deferred sentence. You will pay court costs but if you get the deferred sentence And don’t get any tickets for 90 days your record will remain clean.
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