Matthew Williams' answer Illegal conveyance is a serious crime. Her bond could be lowered. Anything’s possible. But I wouldn’t count on it. You need to speak privately with some attorneys regarding fees since they vary considerably from lawyer to lawyer and market to market. But it will be several thousand dollars at a minimum.
Joseph Jaap's answer Yes, landlord could file an eviction. It might get dismissed, but landlord can file it. If landlord files an eviction, that becomes a permanent court record, even if it later gets dismissed. That can make it difficult for you to rent from a future landlord who checks your name in the records. So try to work it out with landlord to avoid that problem.
Mr. Eugene Ray Critchett Esq's answer If you have concerns about the sudden changes, try seeing another pain management specialist for a second opinion. However, it certainly is a new trend to decrease the use of pain medications.
Joseph Jaap's answer Unless there is a court order that remains in effect, if they are 18, they are no longer minors and can live where they choose. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local attorney to review any court orders.
Matthew Williams' answer The level of offense for misuse of credit cards is governed by the amount of money involved and the nature of victim, not previous convictions. If the amount of money involved is over $1,000 or the victim is elderly or disabled, the offense is a felony. If not, it’s a first degree misdemeanor. You should hire an attorney.
Answered on Apr 10, 2019
Bruce Alexander Minnick's answer This question involves too many very important interrelated questions to expect definitive answers from lawyers on this forum. You should consult an immigration lawyer and a tax lawyer because either area of law could affect the outcome in the other area.
Timur Akpinar's answer A starting point could be to bring the underrated tires to the attention of the dealership. If they agree to the issue you raise and are willing to work with you to remedy the problem, that might be the most cost-effective solution.
Matthew Williams' answer It’s sound like they’re giving you a chance to take advantage of the Good Samaritan provision in Ohio’s drug law that says you and the person who called on your behalf won’t be charged if you go to treatment within 30 days. They would charge you with either drug abuse, or possession, or both. Your PRC officer may not care whether or not you’re charged.
Joseph Jaap's answer Check the local probate court for the guardianship process. You will need and attorney, so use the Find a Lawyer tab. Meanwhile, talk to children's services which might give you emergency custody to enroll him in school.
Joseph Jaap's answer You need to retain an attorney to discuss all the facts of the situation, answer your questions, and advise you how to best present the facts to the court at the hearing. There is no way to guess the court's decision in advance. The court will have to hear all the facts and testimony from both you and the ex to determine what is in the child's best interest. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local family law attorney.
Answered on Apr 8, 2019
Joseph Jaap's answer If any property remains in their name, and legal title to the property must now be changed, there can be a probate filing now to resolve the property ownership among the heirs in the probate court. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local probate attorney where the person lived to review the facts and advise of the probate process. If the person has no remaining assets in their name, filing probate is not required.
Peter N. Munsing's answer If fine line did it without authorization it should be on them. Your position should be that the insurance company should pay and then go after fine line. File a complaint with the insurance commissioner. Talk to your state rep.
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