My wife and I had our federal Tax return deposited into her paypal account. Since then they have put limitations on the account, while trying to life those limitations we discovered that in order to do direct the deposit The first name on the deposit is supposed to match that of the account holder... Read more »
It depends on a lot of factors that can not be easily discussed on a forum like this. So you should consult with a DWI attorney. Some DWI issues are time sensitive so you should do that ASAP. Suffice to say - you should be more concerned about possible jail time than the lost of license.
What will happen depends on what choices your boyfriend makes. If he continues to make incredibly bad choices such as driving 120/70 - bad things are likely to happen. So what he likely ought to choose is to consult with a traffic attorney ASAP. Typically at that speed, he will also be charged...Read more »
Being on the deed and being a borrower on the mortgage are two different things. Being on the mortgage is irrelevant but if your mom is on the deed to your house and she leaves her portion of the house to your sister in a will or dies without a will - then yes, it is possible you will sharing the...Read more »
I think many (if not all) of my fellow NC attorneys would be hesitant to answer this question as it seems to involve New York law. You should probably re-submit your question in the NY area of this site.
You have not stated what estate you and the Deceased owned (tenants in common, life estate/remainder, etc.). The Deceased's Heirs own his share, if any. Did he have issue? If so, they are tenants with you. What about your Parents? You probably need a competent attorney to record an...Read more »
A North Carolina attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for three weeks. As a general matter, elements of North Carolina law aside, they could sue. Whether they prevailed would be up to a court, but they could argue that they want association only with a given delivery service,...Read more »
For example, say the supporting spouse was making $50,000 as of the date of separation but got a raise 9 months later to $75,000. Should the alimony be based on the $50,000 or $75,000? Also, is this county dependent?
There isn't one answer and It is really going to be judge dependent. You would make the argument that it should be based on the $75,000, the other side will make the argument it should be based on $50,000, and most likely the judge would factor both of those amounts into their final award....Read more »
Improper venue- we live in different counties. I'm enrolled in a Native American tribe in ANOTHER county. My son lives with me. Yet, he could provide records our child lived with him last, only because he transfered our son to a different school, without my consent or knowledge. I didn't... Read more »
I am going to give a total cop-out answer, but you really need to speak with a local family law attorney. There appears to be a lot going on in your case, and I am hesitant to give advice because I feel like I don't know the whole story.
I highly doubt that a motion to dismiss or a...Read more »
Guardianship does not happen automatically. You must petition the court to become guardian of the child. The court will most likely chose the person(s) who have a relationship with the child most similar to a parent-child relationship. If you want to be considered, you must petition the court...Read more »
We signed a contract 5 months ago, they installed everything but the gates and 39' of fencing. They are not communicating with us and have failed to finish the project. It's a safety issue to not have the gates and we'd like to install them ourselves at this point. Can we legally... Read more »
I am sorry to hear that this happened to you. It is good that you asked prior to doing anything. It is always important to look to the contract first. Basically, look at your contract and see if there are provisions governing when the fence must be installed, when your payments must be made, and...Read more »
The first place you should look is your purchase contract with the dealership. See what rights and obligations you have regarding the purchase. If you have an option to return the truck, or have the dealership repair it, the purchase contract should outline your rights.
They have not done anything about it and i have a seven year old. it comes from the bathrooms and all in the apartment.. it seems to be coming from the venting system. i spray light candles ect. What can i do about this? im worried about my child and myself
I am sorry to hear that you are experiencing these problems. As for ensuring the landlord does something, the first place you should check is in your lease. I would not be able to tell you whether you have the right to enforce certain prohibitions in your lease, such as a smell penetrating your...Read more »
6,000. They offered a settlement of around 1500. I was able to send in $550 but was unable to settle as soon as they wanted. I continued to stay in contact but they voided the settlement. I am in NC but the loan originator is out of state. My question is will they automatically garnish my wages or... Read more »
More details are needed. Was this an internet "payday loan"? if so, they are unlikely to sue. If this was a local finance company or a bank, they might sue or they might not. We do not have wage garnishment in North Carolina. If this is an out of state lender they may sue you in that...Read more »
My home is on 9 acres that is about to become completely surrounded on all sides by an upscale subdivision. At this point we only have poultry. In the near future, we will begin earning money with our land by selling produce and eggs, and by growing trees for a local landscaping company. I worry... Read more »
A North Carolina attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. It could be difficult to predict what could happen when the surrounding area becomes developed. The attorneys who did not respond could be at a loss in terms of what to tell you in terms of preemptive actions you...Read more »
I recommend ordering a copy of your NC driving record, and setting up a consult with an experienced DWI attorney to review the record and see if you've complied with all of the requirements of your DWI conviction. Typically, to get reinstated after a DWI conviction, you must (1) obtain a DWI...Read more »
I was convicted in New Hanover county,but live in Wake county,so I reported to probation in wake county.i completed everything in the court’s order except pay the money,so my probation officer violated me and took me back to court today to see if the judge would throw out the fees. He dismissed... Read more »
When a judge enters in money you owe to the court as a civil judgment against you, it basically means that you now owe the state that money. How it is usually paid back is either by you going to the courthouse and paying it directly, or if the state ever owes you money (e.g., a state tax refund, or...Read more »
Contact an experienced traffic attorney in the county where the tickets were issued - they can assist you with the best way to handle a situation of identity theft, which happens with traffic tickets more than you'd think, unfortunately with family members.
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