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 »
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 »
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 »
More than likely a Default Judgment for money will go down against you. The Judgment Creditor can then require you to go to Court to give sworn testimony where your money is, or go to jail for Contempt. Go to the Court Hearing.
I'm legally married. BUT been separatedo for 3 years an now pregnant by another man do I have to put my husband's name on his birth certificate Or can I put the real father's in the state of Tennessee My husband dose not want his name on it because it's not his baby.
The real father should sign the affidavit of parentage. It's a terrible idea for anyone to sign a birth certificate for a child they know is not theirs. That just makes things legally more difficult down the road. You can talk to the hospital about these issues and they'll inform you of your...Read more »
Perhaps at a local law library. My county has two great law libraries, with the electronic databases available for free. I do not know if this is available in your state, but it probably is. If not, find a local law school and speak to the librarians there.
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