You should have hired an attorney - it likely would have been cheaper and you wouldn't have had to bother schlepping to court or dealing with surprises. Typically, in Wake county if the 30 day extension has expired, you will likely need to file a Motion for Default Judgment (also called a Motion...Read more »
The person rolling back is typically at fault. However, if they chose to lie and say you hit them, you will have a difficult time proving otherwise without dash cam or other video evidence or at least witness testimony. Years ago when auto insurance fraud was more prevalent, fraudsters would back...Read more »
I believe that this question stems from an earlier one about whether you should move money from your bank account to an IRA prior to filing bankruptcy. There is no question that funds held in an IRA are subject to both federal and state exemptions. My point was that the act of converting a...Read more »
No, you shouldn't make any moves like this without first consulting a local bankruptcy attorney. Pre-bankruptcy asset planning is tricky and shouldn't be done without a full understanding of the risks. Certain activities including moving money around can be avoided by the trustee and put you in a...Read more »
If the divorce is done in North Carolina - yes. If the divorce is done in Massachusetts then no, unless the attorney is also licensed there but even in that case travel with likely be cost prohibitive expense. If you expect the divorce to be uncontested and wife has resided in NC for at least the...Read more »
We purchased a home that was completed in Mar 2018 in January 2019. Although it is a new home, we are the second owners. So we purchased it from the original owner and not the construction company. Because of this, we were told they would not extend the 1 year builders warranty to us, and it... Read more »
It will depend on the original contract between the homeowner and the builder as to what warranties exist. Any issues that arise that are a result of faulty construction could potentially be brought against the builder within six years of the original work. Your contractor is probably thinking of...Read more »
was at bar drank "a beer", i did not even finish it, left bar about 12:45am. I was kinda irritated, so i was driving a little on the fast side, coming around a corner i failed to maintain control as the rear end of the car i was driving started to slide in to the turn. the back wheels left road as... Read more »
Basically, if you kept your mouth shut when you were arrested and made no statements - you'll likely get off. If you flapped your hole to law enforcement like most people do - you will likely be convicted. So go consult with a local DWI attorney in the county you were charged in.
The friend has a 5013c nonprofit corporation. It appears to still be active when I searched on business entities on the sos but I'm not sure if the bankruptcy was personal or for the business. Are there implications if I cash the check?
We filed chapter 13 in 2010. Paid until 2015 and were discharged. Had a mortgage I never reaffirmed and continued paying on. In 2017 after 7 years from BK filing the mortgage showed closed on my credit report. Not long after that another mortgage company bought the mortgage and since have been... Read more »
She moved to NC 2 months ago. We live in Florida, he has lived here since the divorce was finalized. She has physical custody, they have joint custody. The decree says they will agree on visitation, however since we got married she is now not agreeing to any visitation unless he comes to NC alone... Read more »
It has been well over one month. They have not contacted me and I cannot reach them on the number they provided. They had originally planned to bring me a cashier's check and pick up the trailer and title that day but instead paid by personal check. They were supposed to come back on the weekend,... Read more »
One month is NOT enough time. FYI: Most Americans have "put things on layaway" for more than a month. Whatever your obligations may be they do not include selling the camper again--at least not until you have truly exhausted all possible ways to locate the honest buyer. Go get a copy of his...Read more »
What ever you do please do not go to court yourself and mention that you endangered other people going 24mph over the speed limit because you had to go to the bathroom - or you likely will really not like the outcome. Your best bet is to hire a traffic attorney. We can represent you there for a...Read more »
You could check with the Register of Deeds Office to see if he recorded his Durable POA; however, his physician will have to check with the Secretary of State's Office to see if he registered a Living Will or Health Care POA
RV was relisted w/o my name & address on insurance and property tax address was chgd. My name is still on registration.Live in home with both names & he chgd address on property taxes of home also.Doesn't want Separation papers cause doesn’t want to pay alimony. I’m on Disability.is what... Read more »
You'll need to file an action for equitable distribution and/or alimony, to force him to return the property or pay you for your share of the property, in addition to paying alimony (if applicable). Consult with a family law attorney regarding your options. Your options will vary, depending on...Read more »
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