My parents are refusing to pay for a insurance claim on an accident I was in last year. I caused the accident, I was riding my bicycle and hit a car. The insurance company is asking for money. The letters they send are being addressed to "The Parents of "Minors Name"". My parents just told me that... Read more »
The parents are technically responsible.You may want to pay it if you can. Start by figuring what the bill was (I'm assuming you are at fault because you say so). If you pay you want a release of all claims.
I am fixing to start getting my wages garnished for hospitals bills totaling over $21000.00. Is there any way to check my credit report so when I file we make sure to do it all. I have student loan debt and know that can't be taken off and I will still have that. How do I go about filing... Read more »
Get to a local bankruptcy counsel asap. Perhaps he/she can get you an emergency or "bare Bones" filing before the wage garnishment starts. Fees vary in regions. Most counsel will import a Credit Report to make sure everything is listed on the Petition.
I live in Worthing, SD but I filed it before I moved from Spearfish, SD. I was told to mail the application for bankruptcy release to the Clerk of Courts in Lawrence County in Deadwood, SD. The said to complete it I need to have a certified copy of my bankruptcy dismissal. The employee will not... Read more »
So, my immigration status is F1-opt and working with an opt-EAD. My wife who came to US on F2 visa now is working under TPS-EAD. I also have TPS but not the EAD. Now, I applying for green card under EB2-NIW. My question is can I apply the green card filing together?
You can not apply for a green card for your wife when you do not have one, you did mention you are applying under EB2 but there is no guarantee that your petition might be approved. You can only apply after yours gets approved.
Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is only general information. It is NOT legal advice, and it may not work for your specific situation. It is impossible to evaluate a legal problem...Read more »
I was convicted of possession with intent to distribute while I was going to college in Albuquerque NM. The school I was going to was a Federal Native American College. The security guard said he stopped me because "smoke was rolling out of my windows" when I was pulling on to the campus. This... Read more »
Probably not at this stage. Perhaps you should have a full discussion with a post conviction relief attorney in Albequerque
Suspect was pleaded out in return for states evidence and no jail time on counsels' advice but nothing became of it, did do 4month and 3yr probation plus restitution 5,000 is this a violation of right to counsel?
It is probably too late to complain about this now. But go see a local criminal defense attorney to have a full discussion and figure out what options you might have.
Has any wife been convicted in South Dakota of raping her husband? My friend is wondering if this has happened as it would give him a good idea of whether to tell his divorce attorney of how his wife keeps sneaking into the house and trying to rape him while he's sleeping.
Your question requires legal research to answer. He should be willing to tell his attorney about it whether any wife has been convicted or not. Why is it that you are asking instead of him?
a no contact order has been implimented via the parole offficer (can have 3rd party contact and it is not court ordered) the individual was found at our residence 9 days after missing a pbt and now has to take up lodging at a location other than our home.
You are not going to get a list of things that a parole officer cannot do here. That would require a lot of research, it is not just a basic legal question. Hire an attorney for this.
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