NC law requires injured workers be given reasonable and necessary medical care. Our law also gives WC insurance companies the right to control medical treatment as long as they recognize the WC claim. Future medical treatment can be claimed for two (2) years after the last payment of weekly wage...Read more »
Mom from Arkansas is saying she's worried about covid so she will not bring minor child to meet dad from NC in TN for Christmas break. There are court orders for visitation for summer and Christmas. Child was with dad this past summer.
Worried in general - likely not and if she does deny visitation on that basis alone, you can likely have her popped pretty hard for it depending on the terms of the Order. Worried because you or someone in your immediate family you reside with has Covid or there are travel bans or some other...Read more »
My nephew asked a friend to watch his dog while he looks for a new place. He has been sending money for the care of the dog. While away for a weekend the mother of the friend went into his home and took the dog. They are refusing to give it back. The dog is registered and microchipped. We have gone... Read more »
The vehicle owner signed a contract with the loan company, so the owner still has to pay off the loan. If the loan is not paid, the loan company can bring a civil lawsuit to get a judgment for money owed. Criminal charges are a possibility but without more facts, this is difficult to assess. If the...Read more »
Your sister likely had permission from the family to live there and therefore she has no "squatter's rights." You have to be living somewhere without permission to claim this. I would want to review the deed and grandparents' wills to know if your uncle has full ownership of the...Read more »
Surviving spouse is executor and deceased left no will. Two adult children and surviving spouse will have equal ownership of the house. There is also a $25,000 second mortgage/equity line balance left, which was taken out by deceased and surviving spouse.
It basically depends on whether you want assurance that it is done correctly. Typically, finalizing things under the circumstances you describe is not too difficult even for a lay person with no legal experience. Best of luck.
I defaulted on a loan for a little over $6,000 I was recently given a summons by the sheriff on behalf of the loan company. I'm currently unemployed due to the virus I'm very worried about losing my vehicle as it is my last life line (Uber) if I am taken to court with a judgement. I do... Read more »
You shouldn't have to worry about wage garnishment as that isn't allowed under NC law. However, there is a chance your vehicle could be seized. Whether that happens is going to depend on the amount of equity you have in this vehicle, and to what extent you can "exempt" this...Read more »
You should speak with an experienced Workers' Compensation lawyer before making any recorded statement. NC law does not automatically recognize and accept injuries just because they happen at work. The law also requires an accident or very specific occupational disease (not applicable to a...Read more »
My children falsely accused my current husband of abuse. All criminal charges against him were dropped. Now the intervenor said she will not give my kids back without a fight. I had no case against me but yet the court still placed them with the intervenor because I knew the allegations against him... Read more »
You are simply not competent to fight the legal aspect of this fight and will need to retain a family law attorney in the county in North Carolina that the case is in. You consistently refer to the person who currently has custody as the 'intervenor' - odds are it is your mother (or...Read more »
rented home for almost 2yrs disabled then dx stage 4 cancer renewal included stipulation could move early if health declined. Moved 9/30. Property manager provided ridiculous list damages then said she had 60 days to file claim. My understanding is that she has 30 days = till what date can she... Read more »
If the ditch/water is completely on his property than you have very few options, if it is on both your properties then you can potentially force him to modify it to remove the standing water. Speak to a local attorney to see what your options are.
It's a huge home that's not had any interest from potential buyers the entire decade I've been squatting there... although the powers always on and I've only had one encounter with the real estate agent that is employed by a company... I live in a little town where mansions are... Read more »
I was arrested for attacking my wife but the case was dismissed (year a ago). I understand that stays on my record. I'm about to start custody case with a different woman. I know she will bring up that attack. Can I object to that? or better option?
If the criminal charge was dismissed without a finding or admission of guilt, then it shouldn't be admissible in court. And if the judge does permit the question to be asked at a trial (over your objection), you just need to put in evidence that the charge was ultimately dismissed.
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