Looks like this was case number 2:02-bk-24411-BB (aka 02-24411) filed in the Central District of California 5/16/02. A plan was confirmed 10/8/03 and the case was closed 5/23/14, which means any payments for claims were already paid a long time ago. The deadline for filing claims was 11/18/02. If...Read more »
Land sits the family church they allowed to be built giving them a parking area and a small yard and a fence to divide properties. This was done 40 years ago. The family found a buyer who had land surveyed & decided to buy. They close this week but the buyer now says he wants to remove fence... Read more »
Hopefully, it was filed for safekeeping at the local clerk of court's office. I would check there, they will not let you look at it until it is probated but they should be able to tell you if they are keeping one for him.
I have a brand new 15 foot trampoline still in the box that I bought from Walmart. If I sell the trampoline to someone, and if that person/family unfortunately suffers an injury while using the trampoline (on their property), can they sue me?
Lawyer saved our tax return and said even if they did try to take the money he could possibly save some of the money, my children need clothes and I have a third child on the way this money could help pay for a better car and diapers
Yes, you can file discovery requests to seek relevant information to the case. However, there is no "form" for discovery requests, so it is something you will have to generate yourself (or more likely - pay an attorney to generate).
The land was not a part of the will. I do not want to have any financial connection to my nephew. I offered to buy him out, as he cant afford to pay the taxes on the land. He refused. I want to split the land so I can sell my portion back to my cousin who owns the land around my moms land and not... Read more »
She also stated she was never stepping foot on land again and was never speaking to me again. She has proved that by not paying any expenses. Can the deed now be put in mine name only. The property is in N.C.
It is not clear what type of hearing you are asking about. Typically the person who is your legal guardian can arrange for representation in a legal matter. If you are asking about getting legal representation for a competency hearing then you will be appointed someone by the Court - just tell them...Read more »
I could guess, but without looking at the file I have no idea what form you are missing. You will unfortunately need to consult with a local family law attorney about the status of your case. Perhaps you can just file the correct form and get a new date scheduled.
From these limited facts, it would appear the judge gave you additional time to complete service upon your wife. If she doesn't sign the return receipt then you will not be able to proceed with your lawsuit (because she has not been served). I would recommend you pay the sheriff their $30.00...Read more »
Is it required/allowed to file i539(on b2 visa) if wife and i will be filing AOS(adjustment of status) through marriage based green card. Exipiration of i94(b2) is a about month away. What if there is a delay in reciept of notice, should we file for i539 just in case, before her expiration/before... Read more »
You are allowed to file I-539 on B2 visa but if you file for AOS BEFORE your wife's B2 stay expires then there is no need to file the I-539 because as soon as USCIS receives your application your wife's stay will be automatically extended until a decision is reached (or application is...Read more »
terminated. She was hospitalized for a severe infection, missed a 6 days. They are now asking her to resign so she is rehirable in 60 days when a new job MAY be open. We are afraid she would be denied unemployment, if she resigns. They said they could also terminate with cause. Not sure the best... Read more »
Yes, if your wife resigns voluntarily, she will likely be denied unemployment benefits. Was her infection in any way connected to her employment? Is she able to work now? She could be entitled to workers' comp benefits. I am not clear why her employer is asking her to resign. This could give...Read more »
This depends on the language in the power of attorney. However, most powers of attorney grant a broad array of powers, including the right of the attorney in fact to initiate litigation on behalf of the principal. Most of our nursing home abuse cases involving a still-living victim are brought by...Read more »
Most likely, yes they can. There is always "fine print" associated with airline fares and they can charge different amounts based upon the time of day, day of the week, % of seats filled on the flight, etcetera.
You file a partition motion and ask for the land to be sold and the proceeds split amongst the family. I would highly advise hiring an attorney to assist with this process as there are many steps that have to be followed in a specific manner.
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