I'm sorry for your loss, and that your question remains open. If you want to try reposting your question in the Probate & Estate Planning categories, it might have better chances of being picked up there. From the description, it sounds like a situation involving intestacy. Hopefully in...Read more »
In NY child support terminates at the age of 21. Early termination is extremely difficult. You would need to prove the child is currently self supporting with a full time job. Contact an attorney to talk about your specific circumstances.
So my mother sold our family dog who is a yorki mixed poddle. We gave her to a couple who has 2 other dogs and wanted our dog Chloe. Of course we gave them Chloe. We checked up on them to see if chloe has adjusted to the new environment. They told my mother that she kept throwing up. So I told my... Read more »
Non custodial parent, original order was in 2016 when I was a seasonal employee. Rate was 75/week. Then switched jobs and for a higher salary but did not inform mother. I’m not in the child support system, I pay her directly. Will I be retroactively charged once she takes me
If there is no child support order at all (either from Family Court or through Divorce) you can not be obligated to pay any retroactive support, with the exception if the custodial parent is on public assistance. If there is an active order, retroactivity only goes to the filing date of a new...Read more »
Contract terms state that the the violating party will handle lawyers expenses. Invoices have been sent regularly but the violatiing company does not respond. My company is register in MN but prefer the case to be handled in NY because the company is present in NY with multiple engagements/... Read more »
Not really that novel a case. You can sue. Stated account claims are simple. Not sure if there are defenses. It is an hourly fee. Collection is always an issue, but if you do nothing, you get nothing, and that is the worst case scenario.
My partner and I broke up? He still lives there and the lease comes to an end by the end of July 2020. I had informed the landlord of our break up, and that we are no longer together, but I continue to pay the rent for the committed lease of 1 year. How will it affect me should the ex fiancé... Read more »
There's an abbreviation DIWC, Disabled Insured Worker's Claim. If you wanted to repost in the Social Security section, you'd have better chances of an attorney familiar with this area seeing your question. Good luck
I going through my parent's estate, I found 2 fairly large bottles of old-time quack medicines. One listed ingredients as strychnine. Both bottles had significant quantities still remaining in them. I know pharmacies won't take prescription containers if the medicine is still in them.
It's hard to say what type of attorney is closest to your issues, because it could introduce a number of issues, in terms of controlled substances (medicines that might not have been controlled at the time of production), poisonous substances (strychnine is a poison - a toxicologist could...Read more »
Its not an easy question to answer as more information is needed. How long ago did this happen? How big is the mistake? Why was there a mistake? These and other questions have to be looked at along with your stipulation. You should discuss this with the attorney that represented you in the...Read more »
Generally, when you resign voluntarily you do not qualify for unemployment insurance. However, under these circumstances, you could still file a claim. If your employer does not contest your claim, you will likely receive unemployment benefits. If the employer does contest your claim, you could...Read more »
so i put to puppies on hold with a deposit of 150 on each puppy so i only needed to pay them 300for the remaining of what they wanted . i picked one out on the 13th and one out on the 14th. 2wks latter i get a phone text that her sisters dog attacked one of my puppiues and needed to be put to... Read more »
The police in either state will consider this a consumer/civil matter not criminal. If you paid by credit card, call credit card company to dispute charge. You can make a complaint with Better Business Bureau, Attorney General’s office and Department of Consumer Affairs. If all else fails you can...Read more »
The real estate attorneys here could give you the most meaningful input, but you're waiting for a reply and as a general matter, a good way to find out could be to contact attorneys and ask their fees. As with attorneys in any field, you could ask their area of focus, their experience, and...Read more »
I live in upstate NY. I am allowed 2 spots in my driveway. The car is legal (insured and registered with plates on it), I'm just not driving it right now. There is a dent on the side of the vehicle that may be "unpleasant" to look at. He gave me 30 days to remove it from the... Read more »
If you do not have a lease and are not a rent-regulated tenant, the landlord has no obligation to keep you on as a tenant. Provided the landlord's actions do not otherwise violate the law, such as being discriminatory, the landlord can ask you to move for any reason including not liking the...Read more »
If you have made several attempts to contact the breeder without a response you can certainly call the Better Business Bureau or the Department of Consumer Affairs. If the $200 was on a credit card, you can dispute the charge with credit card company.
Child support terminates at 21 and can not be continued after unless agreed to, and then until 22 if the child is in college, but only if agreed. Other provisions (not child support) could be addressed. Speak to an attorney.
Child support ends at 21. The court does not have the power to extend support beyond 21. The court however can enforce agreements that provide for support or college and even graduate school beyond 21 only if it was agreed to in WRITING.
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