Her daughter wants to be taken off the health insurance. We don't want her off cause she'll be going to a lesser insurance plan. Do we have to take her off the health insurance plan cause she wants off? We want to keep her on cause it's a better plan.
She is an adult and you cannot keep her on your plan if she doesn't want to be on it. You can point out to her the benefit of your plan over hers and the savings she will have in costs if she stays with your plan but in the end it is her decision.
My brother has health issues and can't travel and they still are taking child support for his son that is now an adult and is not in school. Is there anything he can do from PA to get those payments stopped?
Half of his debt is only in his name since their divorce. But the debt accrued while they were married shows her name. My sisters and I have been left in this mess trying to figure out what we have to pay to settle his debt and save his home. If she is liable for what has her name on it, it would... Read more »
Not sure what you mean by "on going stipulation for separation". Has the stipulation been signed? Is there litigation "on going"? If there is a signed separation agreement, you can go into court and ask for a modification. Whether you get it or not will depend on several...Read more »
I go to independence university, I am in a class had week 1 almost done, then they switch me without any notice on the date that discussions are due on Wednesday. to two classes instead. tell me i have to do 2 weeks worth of work in 1 week all bc THEY made a mistake which i have proof of them... Read more »
An attorney who specializes in education law would have the best insight here, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a general matter, despite the ordeal it has caused you, there could be more economical ways of approaching something like this, maybe through academic advisor or...Read more »
I can email a screenshot and also my application to view. Can you look it over and tell me if the application looks good to go? I intend to sell herbal powders, essential oils, bars of soap, and herbal teas. Thanks for your time.
I'm sorry for the loss of your father. This is something that the attorneys in the Probate and Estate Planning categories would know the most about, but your post remains open for three weeks. There's no guarantee that every question is picked up, but you could try reposting under those...Read more »
Generally, after purchasing in foreclosure you may remove a former owner through a Housing Court proceeding. It may be tempting to consider serving your own predicate notices. However, even a small error in such notice can result in dismissal of your entire case after months of litigation. In...Read more »
Local Town keeps pulling me over cuz he knows I don't have a license I know multiple other people that he knows don't have a license but he doesn't pull them over and he slanders my name to everybody people I don't even know
Slander is not the main concern there - driving without a license in New York is a misdemeanor (criminal charges). You could repost in Criminal Law or reach out to a criminal law attorney about the full significance of that means. Good luck
I had a houseshare agreement, not a standard lease. However, the new law from 2019 states that security deposit must be returned within 14 days. It is now well past 14 days, but my original lease from February 2019 states she has 30 days to return my security deposit. Since we signed a new lease... Read more »
I'm sorry for your father's ordeal. As a starting point, you could reach out to medical malpractice attorneys to discuss in more meaningful detail. If a law firm believed there could be a potential basis for a case, they could request hospital records for the stay and review them with a...Read more »
I was aressted for esdropping, I did not do it all they have are two statements from my soon to be ex wife and her bestfriend. The ex wife and her friend tried to have me arrested for kidnapping my oldest son, They filed so many false reports on me and some how the esdropping charge stuck.I... Read more »
My advice to you would be to find your attorney's office address online or from the court and physically go to his/her office and ask to speak with them. Be polite and, if they tell you that you can't speak to them without an appointment, make sure that you don't leave the office...Read more »
Non custodial parent has not paid any current child support since December of 2019 as of February 2021 he owes 4800.56 in arrears with the last tax intercept being March 2020 if I take him to court for a violation hearing and I do end up getting another tax intercept refund for his arrears before... Read more »
If he violated the order by not paying, but then the tax intercept pays off all arrears, he could nevertheless be held in willful violation of the support order (for having violated it in the first place). That said, if there's no arrears by the time of court, then there's little the...Read more »
The short answer is yes - child support generally continues in NY until age 21 unless the child is emancipated. If the child's attending college, then generally the non-custodial parent would not only pay basic support, but also pay his/her share of college expenses as well. Schedule a...Read more »
The non custodial parent has been inconsistent with seeing his child. From March 2020-July 2020 he did not see her. He did not take her for his two weeks scheduled visitation for the summer and he did not take her for his holiday on Christmas Eve. He gets her spring break week and I asked prior to... Read more »
The problem on your end is that NYC Family Courts are currently prioritizing emergency cases until the pandemic is over - I don't frankly this this would qualify as an emergency. The issue for the Judge would be why you wouldn't be able to switch the dates of your travel. But ultimately...Read more »
You can sue if the cause of your fall was a dangerous condition, i.e, a foreign object left on the stairs. The fact that you were drinking will go to whether you are also at fault, which is an issue a jury will weigh.
My father had 2 sisters and a brother. He died 20 years ago. One of my aunts died in 2010 and the other in 2017. An estate lawyer contacted me a while ago to ask me to sign waivers and other documents.
Last time I was contacted by the same law firm was in 2018, asking me again to sign... Read more »
This is something that the probate/estate planning attorneys here would know about - but your post remains open for three days. Not every post is ultimately picked up, but you could try reposting and adding Probate and Estate Planning as categories instead of only posting only under Uncategorized....Read more »
My father was unofficially adopted by my grandparents in Puerto Rico in the 1950s, and when he was born they did not change his original last name to what should of been my adoptive grandfathers last name.
For all the time he has been in the United States (specifically NY for over 40... Read more »
Based upon what you have said, to begin with the case would have to be done in PR as that is where he was born, however, since the "adoption" was unofficial it is unlikely that it can be done. What is probably a better option, is to bring an action for a name change back to the time he...Read more »
Before moving to the apartment she told us no noise and she wants people who don't smoke drink loud parties etc. She also wants us to hang out with her and her family we said " no besides its covid19." We moved in because we desperately needed an apartment. Two weeks in she started... Read more »
Maybe. It would be better to have an attorney write a letter providing notice and withholding rent while you save. You have use and occupancy, so it will be hard to claw back any serious money. Definitely consult an attorney.
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