ok so I have primary custody of my three kids. I pay spousal support to her. but the Ex-wife moved in with her new boyfriend and his wife almost a year ago. they pay for everything housing, food, car, etc.. am I able to take her and them and have there income added to hers for child support?
The mother of my children moved out of PR to PA and refuses to tell me her location and refuses the children to see me. The oldest child is 17 in April and the second one is 16 in April. They both work part time jobs.
I was told PA emancipation age is 18 and PR is 21 and even though she... Read more »
If this has all occurred within the past 6 months, Puerto Rico would likely still have jurisdiction over the custody case. File something immediately in PR, and use her last known address in PR for service of your motion. Having local PR counsel is also advised -- he or she can be of immense help...Read more »
I slipped and hit my head at my place of employment but was not on the clock. ER diagnosed me with a concussion and whiplash. I've been off work since Nov. 8th. My employer said her insurance doesnt cover missed wages.
You should consult a worker's compensation lawyer to see if you have a worker's compensation claim even though you were not on the clock. Secondly, if you fell because of the employer's negligence, the employer's liability insurance would potentially be responsible for lost earnings. However, you...Read more »
I have a room in my house that I would like to turn into a parlor for small performances of 10 to 20 people to do an hour long mentalism show. We would like to do the show, offer canned sodas, sealed snacks, and popcorn to the guests. It would be in the form of a small house party and would take... Read more »
You're going to have to ask this question of an attorney who practices in whichever jurisdiction is administering this order. It appears that would be NJ. You may have to change your location because right now your question is going out to PA lawyers.
My mother passed away shortly after changing her will to place my step-father as beneficiary/executer and placing myself (only natural child) and included my step-sister as contingent beneficiaries upon his death. He had a will made up saying the same.
You can get a copy of your mother's will from the court where her estate is being probated. A will cannot be changed by anybody but the testator. After the testator dies, it cannot be changed by anyone at all.
However, if your stepfather inherited your mother's entire estate outright,...Read more »
Investment to buy vehicle and flip for sale within a couple months. As of 12/19, vehicle still not up for sale and repairs completed. Contract via phone, one party in Blairsville, PA the other in Pgh, PA. Need advice on which county for filing.
I am the plaintiff in a ejectment action. I served , by certified mail, a subpoena to my tenants ( Defendants ) to produce documents. Their Attorney filed a motion to quash subpoena because I didn’t give them 20 day notice.
A subpoena would ordinarily be used to require a non-party to appear for a deposition or produce documents. It is not used to request another party to appear or produce documents. Your lawyer can serve the defendants with a Request for Production or a Notice of Deposition, as the case may be....Read more »
It very well could be. However, you would need an independent expert to offer an opinion that these conditions existed at the time of the inspection, were within the scope of work undertaken by the initial inspector, and ought to have been discovered.
The venue originally should hv been held in WV where my child had resided from 3 months of age to the present day. He is now 2 yrs 7 months old. The opposing attorney and judge are crooked in PA where the case is being held presently. It has been 2 yrs as well. I need to get the venue changed from... Read more »
You can always consult another attorney. Usually, despite what you believe, there are good, legal reasons why a case is not moved to another jurisdiction., For example, the length of time the child has resided in the current jurisdiction.
Yes, the divorce complaint will give you information about filing for counseling. You'll have to file a petition for it. The court can order up to three counseling sessions. usually the person seeking the counseling is responsible for paying for it.
The kids on board and on the street said she backed up down the narrow street and they warned her and she still kept goin and side swiped the whole car totally it. Now I’m stuck paying the difference in the totaled worth and my loan. Shouldn’t their insurance pay something?
Any vehicle insurance--school bus or otherwise--has the obligation to pay for the market value of your car. If that is less than the loan balance, that is not their issue. So yes, through no fault of your own you can end up owning money on a set of wheels you no longer own!
Photo sent without my permission to my college administrators. It was done by an angry ex friend. Now I am having a hearing and facing disciplinary action. I could be expelled, lose my scholarship, have a disciplinary note on my transcript. This is very harmful to me. Can I press charges?
You may but that's not going to help--the train coming down the track at you has been set in motion--collaring the person who started it won't stop the train of the disciplinary process. Most colleges have a pro bono attorney who handles student issues. See if yours does. If not look for an...Read more »
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