but couldn't find one. I was told there wasn't a deed that it has been past down without a deed. I have been paying taxes on this piece of property for years. I want to have it put in my name, because there are things i want to have done and i can't do it because my hands are tied. I have to have... Read more »
If an estate was opened at the courthouse for your father and his father, then the estate file(s) would indicate how title to the land passed. If estates weren’t opened for either, then you would need to do that to obtain clear title. There are also a couple other options you may have....Read more »
A North Carolina could provide you with the most thorough answer, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a general matter in all jurisdictions, negligence per se arises when the tort involves a violation of some law or regulation intended to protect the public. As an example, exceeding a...Read more »
My wife and I applied for US citizenship back in Feb 2019. We had our bio-metrics done in a couple of weeks. Since then we have been waiting for a letter for an interview. Currently, the status says "We are taking longer than expected to process your case. You do not need to do anything at this... Read more »
It is hard to say. It could be the way you got your residence (asylum), but the fact is access to all benefits is inconsistent and taking longer than before. Each case is different, however, and there is nothing you wrote that would indicate any particular reason why your case would be taking...Read more »
You could search for lawyers on this site under that category. You could conduct your own independent search, or you could check with the North Carolina Bar Association whether they have lawyer referral resources in that area. Good luck
It sounds like you both owned and resided in the home for the last 5 years. In that case you are entitled to claim the Section 121 capital gains tax exclusion of $250,000, so even if your basis in the home were zero, if you sell it for $120,000 you will have no capital gains tax to pay.
If my spouse is in prison in another state will I be able to send him the divorce papers through certified mail? The divorce is uncontested, will there be any additional paper work and any additional fees? I want to use easyncdivorce.com but I don't know if him being in prison will make the... Read more »
No. He will need to be served by Sheriff. Why are you bothering to do this yourself? For a flat rate total of $395 plus the cost of service by sheriff, we can do everything for you. Unless you are indigent (extremely low or no income) and eligible to have court cost waived - you will likely not...Read more »
My daughter has a child with a man that is my age.He was involved with her when she was underaged.My daughter left him and he met a girl and within a month he married her.His wife is on drugs and it is a fact even though she preaches her recovery.Anyways they move on the road I have lived on for 5... Read more »
There are many ways to handle your daughter's ex - assuming you want to limit things to the legal ways. You should have a hearing on the DVPO and if you hire an attorney and keep your cool at the hearing, it will likely be dismissed and problem solved. So go consult with a local family law...Read more »
The female slaps me four times and I walk away. Four blocks later she's still following me. I keep walking but yells for her to leave me alone. She grabs my hair from behind as I'm walking and attacks me from behind. I felt threatened for my life as she assaulted me four times already, so I... Read more »
I got married July 6, 2015 and separated on April 2016. My husband is in jail in Georgia and I live in North Carolina. He said that he would sign the divorce papers, I don't have any children, property, etc. How much would it cost for an uncontested divorce including lawyer fees, sheriff fees,... Read more »
It would be a total flat rate fee of $395 plus whatever it costs to have a Sheriff's deputy serve your spouse in jail - we would need to get a quote for you for that but for most states it is less than $100. Just visit our website at easyncdivorce.com to see if our service is a good fit for you.
My parents are divorced and my father forced me to pack all my things and make me leave and go to my moms house. I have siblings still at his house and I want to go back but my father won’t let me. Is this legal?
This is a job within the court system similar to that of a social worker. It is not an elected position and is likely intended to be more of a way for the Court to relieve Judge's and Court Clerk personnel of the burden of having to directly deal with Pro Se filers. At this point, I believe only...Read more »
Separating for at least one year is required to be eligible to file for divorce in NC. Generally separating requires at least one of you to move out but nothing says that it has to be you that is the one to move out. If neither of you has moved out yet, your best bet is to consult with an...Read more »
My father passed two weeks ago and left all property/house to me and my sister. The house has already gone through probate. His step-granddaughter had been staying there for a short period before he passed and we have since asked her nicely to be out by today. We gave her two weeks from 9/14/19.... Read more »
Law enforcement rarely will evict a trespasser if it "looks" like she "lives" there. Even something as simple as her clothes in a closet will scare them away. You are going to need to hire an attorney to help you with an unlawful detainer action against her.
Unintelligible means 'impossible to understand. I did not mean for you to think you are unintelligent. As to the phone, yes, you as the parent can control what property your child possesses. So you may take the phone from the child. However, you should return it to the grandmother.
I live in the state of Nc. I was with my ex for 2.5 years. Never married. We adopted a dog together but the paperwork is in his name only. When I left the house (almost 30 days ago) he said in front of two police officers that I was allowed to take the dog with me. He is now emailing me that I have... Read more »
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