I moved back to michigan in February i have a 3 year old & i have an infant that i had in the hospital in March. She came extra early and been in the hospital. I wasnt planning on having her, i went to abortion clinics and i couldnt afford one. So i lied to the hospital and told them i was going to... Read more »
Unless you are an officer of the federal government, no one would file against you in the U.S. Court of Claims. Someone perhaps dialed your number by mistake or, perhaps more likely, it's some sort of a scam.
I'm not wanting to take anything away from anybody if they are owed it but also this situation is hard enough as it is and I kinda feel like I'm being taken advantage of as well. I had his possessions removed, house cleaned and even mowed the yard for them as well (they didnt ask at the time I was... Read more »
My father's sister would not help me and told me to find it myself. He must have been approved, as he said he was receiving checks. He had three children by his first marriage, first born mental retardation. My father's name was William L. SHATTUCK. His residence was in Madison County, Illinois.
This could be difficult because mesothelioma lawsuits can be part of a class action. If it was an ordinary civil case, chances are you could have found it in the court records of Madison County. You could start there just to check. If you know who his doctors were, or attorneys were on any previous...Read more »
It depends on the context of how the name was used. If it was done intentionally and with the aim of deceiving the other side in a matter, it could be considered fraud. It could further depend if the use was defined by civil statute or criminal code. This was not presented as a question, but if you...Read more »
I have been on LTD for 15 years. I am now being told I have been overpaid every month for that time and I owe a ton of money back. They have cut out a huge portion of what they say I owe, but it's still a bunch considering I'll be making over $400 less a month now. The issue comes down to them not... Read more »
The Virginia State Bar Professional Guidelines Rule 6.1 states:
(a) A lawyer should render at least two percent per year of the lawyer’s professional time to pro bono publico legal services. Pro bono publico services include poverty law, civil rights law, public interest law, and...Read more »
If you received the subpoena and a check for witness fees and mileage, you must go. If there no check was enclosed with the subpoena, you must either go or have an attorney appear on your behalf to ask that the subpoena be quashed for failure to pay the witness fee.
In this section a church shall mean a church or synagogue building dedicated to divine worship and in regular use for that purpose, but not a chapel occupying a minor portion of a building primarily devoted to other uses, and a school shall mean an elementary or secondary school, public or private,... Read more »
The term is defined differently for different purposes, and your question is not sufficiently narrow enough to give the context in which you would like the definition applied. For example, Maryland permits religious entities such as churches to incorporate as a religious corporation, and the term...Read more »
He must file an action where the District Attorney General defends the State's position. It will be difficult but if he does nothing (and within a short period from the NCIS Denial), this will haunt him for the rest of his life. He may not be prohibited from having a firearm but cannot pass the...Read more »
I only receive SSDI and have 2 minor children that are not his. He has provided us financial support plus a car title to him and a lifestyle for about 10 years. Now he wants the relationship over. Can I get any support
I guess he worked for Barclays Investments anyhow she's supposedly in Canada talking to a law firm named Barrister Layton they they want me to give them $800 and my banking information cuz she wanted me to be her stand-in just in case something happens to her I get the money that doesn't sound... Read more »
This is a concisely phrased question, but the answer could go on for pages. There are so many things that can do this. An important factor would be a lack of good evidence. Another could be that the evidence is false or misleading. Flawed analysis could be a factor, where even where there is good...Read more »
You can make a Motion to Dismiss for the Citation not having certain statutory and due process requirements. However the Court can grant it and have you stand there while the Officer swears out a proper Arrest Warrant, which is then executed upon you. Hire a competent attorney to get some type of...Read more »
Plus they cashed out my CD's my parents left me is there anything I can do or has it been to long .I just found this out when I went to check on my CD's. Can I make them share the rental properties with me?
You need to hire a competent attorney to perform Title Searches on any potential Properties you might have a titled interest in. If you are an Heir-At-Law, then you can usually force a Partition Sale in Chancery. You should also check Probate in the appropriate County to see if there was an...Read more »
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