We lived together and filed together but 6 months later he left to Florida. He's been gone over a year..I just need to know if I have to divorce him legally to get legally married to someone..some say no but I need to know for sure before we apply for a marriage license..
If your question is looking for a "redemption" period after a f/c sale. There is none! Once it is sold at foreclosure, it is the property of the buyer, 100% in fee simple. While there may be some other legal issues of the property you buy at a f/c sale, it is a different legal process,...View More
I purchased a home in 2021 that came with 10 year warranty for the foundation. Recently, interior of home started having foundation issues on one side of the home. Company came out to take a look but refuse to fix the issue because warranty apparently has been voided for two reasons. 1. Warranty... View More
The answer you seek would require me or any other attorney to review all of your dad's estate planning documentys and assets. Plus, the latest deed and lien on the subject property. Why are you giving a deed?
The other parent does not see the children as often if at all, mainly around holidays (compared to when the order was first established). child support is not consistent and there is a large amount of back pay owed.
If your current court orders address claiming the children as dependents on your tax return, you can file a Suit to Modify Parent-Child Relationship and request a change to that language. in a suit to modify, you must be able to explain to the Court that there has been a "material and...View More
If you have filed tax returns in prior years, for those unpaid income taxes, then yes, a bankruptcy can help you. Unpaid income taxes, for returns filed more than two years and four months prior to the date of bankruptcy, are dischargeable, along with the interest and penalties accruing....View More
Generally, if your Social Security benefits are your only source of income, then they are usually not considered taxable income. If Social Security is your only source of income, then you typically do not need to file a tax return. If you are still working when you receive Social Security benefits...View More
Seeing him less than 5 or 6 times yearly.Hes a journeyman electrician of 25+ yrs, makes very good money but always lied about it and when he did pay c. Support, it was 500 at its highest.The woman he lives with is a P.Assist.On 6-13-2021 I was in a terrible car wreck.My poor son, who had spent the... View More
If they supported him more than 50 percent of the time they can claim him, If you think you are entitled to exemption call the IRS and there is a form you can fill out to contest your ex claiming your son,
Usually the easiest way to obtain abandoned property is a Tax Sale, so check on its tax status in your County. But you will also need a TX attorney to search the title and determine ownership, easements, etc.
I presented my employer proof of employment discrimination and signed an agreement to receive money and not pursue a lawsuit. I was deposited less than the money agreed. The company claimed they deposited less because they withheld taxes from the net pay.
There are a few different ways to handle your issue. The simplest is a "Life Estate" where you deed the property back to yourself for the remainder of your life, then it automatically goes to the person you wish to obtain the property after you die.
Apparently back in 2018 the IRS tried to contact me about taxes that I had owed which I have never owed taxes before. Well this year they had garnished some of my income tax which they said it was for a repossession of a vehicle back in 2018 which I didn't have a vehicle repoed then. The last... View More
The IRS may have kept a portion or all of your refund due to a balance due stemming from a 1099-C Cancellation of Debt Issue to both of you. You may have gone through an audit when the IRS reached out To you regarding a potential tax debt From the audit. You potentially have a few options to...View More
You should definitely meet with a probate lawyer. You will want some sort of official legal documentation to show that you now hold title to your mother's portion of the property. Plus, you want an attorney to make sure you're getting your fair share. Contact a probate attorney to see...View More
An individual worked respite hours taking care of elderly in 2020 but insurance company did not pay for hours worked. in 2021, insurance company agreed to pay for hours worked in 2020. By this time, individual was enrolled in school full time and had a financial aid package and grants in place.... View More
You should contact a local employment law or tax law attorney to help you. This BB is not for providing specific legal information for you to deal with a particular claim. Search for a local attorney on this issue here on Justia.
To my knowledge corporation referred to herein files 1120-H first time since its incorporation in 1981. It states it is a residential real estate association and claims exempt function income representing it came from me and others as "owners of real property".
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