Peter N. Munsing's answer I suggest you see if you can reopen it. What often happens though is the police send it to the address on the license. If your fiancee changed addresses but didn't notify DOT they only have to send the ticket to the address on the license. That won't affect her claim against the other driver. Contact a member of the State of Washington Assn for Justice--their members give free consults.
Bruce Alexander Minnick's answer Unless you give us more information--for example, tell us WHY you ex wife is refusing to "give you any of your money"-there is very little anyone can do to help you online.
Children from other relationships are not considered for child support. The "depends" part is if the mother believes you are the father, which can be overcome with a DNA test, which would then result in you not paying child support.
Basically, the law states :
Liability for family support—Support obligation of stepparent (which you are presumably Not, being unmarried)....
Bruce Alexander Minnick's answer Many companies use two separate programs when creating paychecks and W-2 forms; and this is especially true in companies that use third party payroll companies and third party CPAs to prepare 1099s and W-2s. In most cases the difference is too tiny to be concerned about. When choosing which one to us, follow the law and use the W-2 or 1099, because your employer must file a copy of that form with the IRS. They do not have to file paycheck stubs.
If you don’t need to work, or if you applied for work authorization as part of your adjustment application, and if unlawful presence isn’t an issue (it doesn’t accrue while your adjustment application is pending), you should not need to renew DACA.
Vincent Gallo's answer If you and your sister own real estate that you inherited from your father, and you own it together, presumably, as tenants in common, then you each own a percentage of the whole and not any particular allocable portion of the real estate. If you want to sell, and she is not cooperative, then your only option is to bring an action in petition to force the sale of the real estate.
Timothy Denison's answer You need to consult competent bankruptcy counsel who is knowledgeable in student loan modifications and/or forgiveness. Only after you run the guidelines can you have a real idea of what your actual payment could be.
Greg Freeze's answer The probate is best started in the county in Ohio where your father resided. The Ohio courts will have "jurisdiction" over the house.
If the original will cannot be found, courts presume that the will was destroyed intentionally by the testator. You can proceed with an probate using intestate succession. If your father was not married at the time of his passing, most states have rules that state that the next to receive are the children.
Timur Akpinar's answer Although the question is concise, the answer might not be simple. It could involve issues such as the damages at hand, the values of similar cases, the respective liabilities of the other parties, your liability (if applicable), the cost of expert testimony/report preparation if the matter goes to trial, whether litigation is expected to be protracted, prospects for a favorable outcome, etc.
Greg Freeze's answer Here is a likely scenario of events. You were served, somehow, with the Summons and Complaint. How you got served can vary. You can find out how the bank's attorneys said you got served by looking at the court paperwork, found at the court in the county where the property resides.
You could have been served in person, by someone serving in person at what was registered as your residence, or if you were extremely difficult to find, by publication in the newspaper.
Greg Freeze's answer Let's start with, this isn't the judge's first rodeo. Credibility of the recantation will be at issue.
Next, you're question needs to be put in the context of where you are with regard to trial and sentencing.
If you are pretrial, the goal would seem to be to cause the prosecution to withdraw the case. I've seen cases go forward with the police officer's testimony as to what the victim reported, using an exception to the hearsay rule. The criminal case is from "we the...
Greg Freeze's answer Your question is registered on Justia in Washington, so you're likely to get Washington lawyers answering it. To start with, we have to back up to Alaska and find out if a holographic will is valid.
I see Alaska Stat. § 13.12.502 as allowing holographic wills, a will can be "...valid as a holographic will, whether or not witnessed, if the signature and material portions of the document are in the testator's handwriting. That's good.
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