Timothy Denison's answer I’m not sure what you’re asking bc if you filed the petition, it was incumbent upon you to provide your correct address in the petition. You should not rely on a creditor to provide anything on your behalf.
Timur Akpinar's answer These types of cases tend to be complex and expensive to prosecute. They can involve the testimony of costly scientific experts, and require analytical tests of drinking water and other resources that were subject to contamination. As a first step, you could consult with an environmental/toxic tort law firm.
A. Embezzlement is the fraudulent appropriation of property of any person or legal entity, legally obtained, to any use or purpose not intended or authorized by its owner, or the secretion of the property with the fraudulent intent to appropriate it to such use or purpose, under any of the following circumstances:
B. Except as provided in subsection C of this section, embezzlement shall be punished as follows:
Keegan Kelley Harroz's answer 2-7 years with no prior felony convictions. Enhancements for prior felony conviction depend on facts you have not provided. Speak to your attorney regarding your sentencing range.
Pete David Louden's answer It depends on if this is an original action, if there is an existing case, how long she has lived at her current location, if she has lived where it was filed, etc. It will be fact specific. Contact an attorney directly. After asking you a few questions to determine proper jurisdiction they will be able to answer your question.
Keegan Kelley Harroz's answer DO NOT try to represent yourself. In criminal cases most judges will require you to hire an attorney. You need to hire an experienced criminal attorney to help you with this case.
Keegan Kelley Harroz's answer That depends upon a number of factors: age, criminal history, type of charges, the stage of litigation, the amount of experience the attorney possesses, client goals, etc. Meet with 2 or 3 attorneys to discuss your case. Do NOT pick an attorney solely based on the quoted fee. Pick an attorney you feel comfort working with.
not the bank. You can file contempt against your ex if she has willfully violated an order if the court. If found guilty she can be ordered to pay your attorney fees and in some extreme cases even be sentenced to jail.
Richard Winblad's answer Probate matters are complex, it is difficult to comply with the requirements without having experience. While you might find some forms at the local law library in the courthouse, the real task is knowing what to file and when. Many attorneys handle probate estates on a flat fee basis. Check in your area.
Richard Winblad's answer It would be highly unusual for a judge to base his decision on facts that were not presented in some form to the court. An attorney's "conclusions of law" are generally the result that the facts call require. It is possible that the judge focused upon facts or laws that neither side considered relevant or important. You should discuss with your attorney about the ability to appeal if you were aggrieved by the decisions.
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