Keegan Kelley Harroz's answer Employers run their own criminal background checks before hiring a person. Additionally, this is all public record and if the employer cared they can easily look up this information. Regardless of what your reasons are, you are just asking for trouble and opening yourself up being sued. Do not pursue this course of action.
Doak Willis' answer Usually not. It depends of course upon the reason that the attorney is seeking to withdraw from the case. Once a case reaches the stage of a Jury trial, ordinarily the Court will not allow an attorney to withdraw except for very compelling reasons.
Samuel Wade Packard's answer I'll need a little more details to know for sure what the status of your case is. However, I can say that usually once a decision is made on your case, it is sent back to the SSA field office and they issue the decision letters in the mail. They typically won't give you the answer over the phone. In a small number of cases, once the decision is made, the case is picked up for "quality review." When a case goes to quality review, SSA will have a fresh set of eyes examine the decision process to...
Doak Willis' answer You didn't ask a question. If you were wondering what you should do to get your children's custody returned to you then you would need to hire a good attorney to bring a modification of the Decree if indeed the facts surrounding your case rise to the legal threshold for a modification.
Doak Willis' answer No unless you know the probate laws of Oklahoma and can do the paperwork required to file in Court to clear up the title to the property. But you would still have to file paperwork in Court.
Doak Willis' answer A common law marriage in Oklahoma is a legal marriage just as much as one where a marriage license is procured and then the parties have a traditional marriage before a Judge or other clergy. There is no superseding. In case of divorce or as termed now dissolution, the Court will divide the marital assets and obligations of the parties equitably.
Doak Willis' answer There is a method of reviewing his sentence but can only be accomplished with the consent of the District Attorney at this point. It would take hiring a good criminal defense attorney who could possibly get the DA to agree. At that point the attorney could file the paperwork to get the case back in front of the sentencing Judge. The Judge must agree also.
Doak Willis' answer The fair market value is determined by an appraisal or by relying upon a Realtor you can trust to set the price to ask when selling the house. When the proceeds of the property are split between the heirs, they will each pay tax on their amount they received. Since there was no probate no estate taxes would be due and unless the estate was huge, no estate taxes would be due anyway. If the property was quit claimed prior to death, it would not be an inheritance.
Doak Willis' answer An officer is under no obligation to first inform you as to the reason that they stop you for a traffic violation. It is always wise to ask in a calm and reasonable manner if indeed you have no idea as to the reason they have stopped you. People usually are aware of the reason but if not ask the officer but don't argue as it usually only escalates into more problems for the driver. As to whether you should hold out on giving your ID to the officer until he tells you the reason for the stop, you...
Doak Willis' answer The child's parents are responsible for the medical and dental bills for their child. If divorced, the child support guidelines are used to determine the percentages and amounts that the parents are to be responsible for when the child incurs charges.
Doak Willis' answer Yes he can charge you for damages if there are damages. If you left the premises in good condition when you moved then you should contact him and set a time to go over the premises if he claims damages. At that point you will know if your going to get your deposit back or not. The time limitation is just as long as you do nothing. Since he has your deposit, he won't be contacting you. You must contact him if you feel you have money coming back to you.
It sounds as though your sister forged your name to an acceptance of an offer to sell and that an earnest money check was deposited. I say this because if your name is on the property (completed probate or trust) then you must sign before a notary public.
You should hire an attorney to review the situation. This is especially true if the contract was below market value.
If you don't want the deal, you should take steps now to prevent the sale...
Kelli Y Allen's answer I'm not sure of your questions, but as long as you are permanent residents, you don't need to worry about an immigration issue. You may want to consider applying for naturalization.
Keegan Kelley Harroz's answer No they do not need a warrant. A defendant is required to waive his or her rights in exchange for being accepted in the program. This also applies to people who are on probation, parole, on bond, etc.
Pete David Louden's answer It could be that mother never pursued child support from the other fathers or could be the result of a shared parenting plan where the parents split equal time and have similar incomes. There could be several different explanations but the only way to tell you for sure would be to take a look at the other cases.
Pete David Louden's answer It would depend on your agreement and if any money is owed to the state. If all the money is owed to mom and she is willing to do an agreed order agreeing all support is paid in full you can do that. DO NOT rely on an agreement with her. You need to get a court order. If you do not get a court order it may bite you later in a big way.
Keegan Kelley Harroz's answer That depends on your specific circumstances and the facts of your case. You have not divulged the necessary information. Your best course of action is to seek the advice of your attorney.
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