Financial obligation. Is there a way to back out of a car loan I am the co-owner of without impacting the main loan holder or is there a way to get lower payments of even possible help with payments Thru any programs?
While filing bankruptcy will release you of the obligation under the car loan, the other borrower will not be relieved and the lender can recall the loan and reposses the vehicle if the other borrower is unable to pay on their own.
Your post covers a number of categories but it remains open - maybe because a specific question is not included. But it looks like something that an immigration attorney could have insight into. If that's the case, one option is to repost and include Immigration Law as a category; another is...Read more »
I'm sorry your question remains open for three weeks - especially on such an important matter. There are attorneys who deal with public assistance matters and appeals who could probably advise best, but until one comes across your question, another option at this point could be to reach out to...Read more »
Can any mass of people congregate in a public park, setup some speakers and listen to an orator speak about politics, for example? Is this protected by the right to peaceful assembly? I'm talking about non-pandemic times, btw. Thanks for any help provided.
This is something that a constitutional law scholar would know best. It sounds like you are touching upon the time, place, manner attributes of the First Amendment. It would be safest to contact agencies or offices within the City of New York to verify these guidelines - it's possible they...Read more »
I am interested to know if someone can apply for teacher certification for me in all 50 states. I have an Advanced Professional Certificate in Two Subject Areas, and an Administrator Credential. I have 15 years of teaching experience, could someone do this? If so could you give a rough time... Read more »
Why do you want to pay a lawyer to do something you could accomplish on your own? It doesn't require legal skills to apply for teacher certification. Given your credentials, you are clearly bright enough to deal with the process. But if you wish to have a lawyer handle it for you, you could...Read more »
It could depend on the context. If the organization alleged that such use adversely impacted its reputation or other interests, it could object to the use or bring legal action. There's no way to predict what an organization would do. One option is to consult with an attorney familiar with the...Read more »
Hello I’m Lucy. The kids next door are 18, 16 & 13 years old, lost there mom and there dad isn’t in the picture but there aunt that lives upstairs and also has 3 kids will soon have custody of them, Which is great but they can’t all live in one apartment and can’t afford a bigger place.... Read more »
Legally? No, although I think this is an issue ripe for appeal now. Many states are having legal problems with distinguishing industrial hemp buds from marijuana buds and it’s a likely issue to get into our appellate system soon, which will create controlling caselaw on the issue... we will see...Read more »
You won't get denied just because you don't have an attorney, but you're much more likely to be successful if you have one. That's because an attorney will know what records you need and will argue why you should be considered disabled. However, you will need to get an attorney...Read more »
Friend worked for former border patrol, customs enforcement and secret service for Carter and Ford and has photos and documents of his involvement in drug enforcement operations, and a former boss was suppose to turn in narcotics and arrest those involved yet turned around and gave it back and did... Read more »
Unfortunately--even if everything you said is 100% true--there is nothing anyone can do about it today. Why? Because of the extremely, long period of time that has elapsed between the time of the drug-related issues (late seventies) and now.
Under some circumstances, the answer is "yes" - but only with respect to child support, income taxes, criminal restitution, or Social Security overpayments. Give them a call and ask them about it - they'll at least be able to let you know to whom the debt is owed. There have been...Read more »
If this is in regard to benefits received from New York, and the New York City Human Resources Administration Department of Social Services is asserting a lien, it is possible their figure could be subject to negotiation.
She had her boy friend call me and And Threaten imy man and me saying that he wanted to fight and his girl is the one that lied to express employment. And then I am fired but not her and I can’t get unemployment
Is there a divorce pending in either state? If so, this needs to be dealt with in the context of a divorce action. If not, typically the pension plan requires the agreement of the spouse when elections concerning the pension are made. However, if you're the wife, I wouldn't rely on that....Read more »
Who's taking the kids and why? More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney. You can read more about me, my credentials, awards, honors, testimonials, and media appearances/ publications on my law...Read more »
She can be charged with assault and battery, if applicable. It depends on whether she has any defenses. Juvenile jail time is a possibility with those crimes. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an...Read more »
Your question lacks detail. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney. You can read more about me, my credentials, awards, honors, testimonials, and media appearances/ publications on my law practice website. I practice law in CA, NY, MA, and DC in the following areas of law:...Read more »
I went out on disability in 2009, and started to receive Long term disability 6 months later. Because I had a mental illness, the Long Term Disability was capped at 2 years. There was a clause in the policy that stated that mental illness and substance abuse benefits were limited to 24 months.... Read more »
It depends on the facts. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney. You can read more about me, my credentials, awards, honors, testimonials, and media appearances/ publications on my law practice website. I practice law in CA, NY, MA, and DC in the following areas of law:...Read more »
My employer laid me off due to lack of work but allowed me to work an additional 2 wks in which I was told if I had interviews to go on them and just to let them know. I had numerous interviews and follow ups. I emailed HR and kept open line of communication letting them know. I was denied... Read more »
That's tricky and you may want to appeal it. One could argue that you quit when you stopped coming to work within the 2 week time period, if that's what happened. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney. You can read more about me, my credentials, awards, honors,...Read more »
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