My husband was the only child, and his father was remarried. At the time of his passing his step- mother said my husband would get about $30,000 from his JP morgan account and since then she has made her son from a different marriage power of attorney. The stepmother now acts like she never said... Read more »
You should contact a probate lawyer who practices in or near the city/county your father-in-law passed. Discuss in detail your situation and see what said lawyer advises. It is worth the cost of a consultation to get information. Good luck.
because of past due credit card bills. I have no money and no assets at all. My credit report says I have about $30,000 in credit card debt. Should I file Bankruptcy or Is there really no need since im on disability ? Will it all eventually fall off my credit report regardless ? Please help me.... Read more »
I have contacted both and have been neglected to be called back, They have known for years and after I was forced to use their safer than cannabis alternative here in Wisconsin, thc-o is everywhere and now after a rancid batch I had 2 months of a sinus infection, now heart issuses, lungs hurt and... Read more »
I have a friend who is from Romania. She's been here since 2019 originally with work and travel temporary Visa's. Her boyfriend convinced her to stay and they got married. I know they started filling out forms for green card and he's sponsoring her, but the relationship has turned... Read more »
If your friend married her boyfriend and is interested in attempting to regularize her status and remain in the United States, she should speak with an immigration attorney to discuss her potential eligibility for VAWA, which you can read more about here:...Read more »
More information is needed. If the person is without status in the U.S. or overstayed a visa for more than a year, then they can trigger a 10 year bar to lawful admission in any status. That means that they may not be able to lawfully return to the U.S., among other indefinite complications to...Read more »
About fifteen years ago, one of the lawyers in my regional US Trustee's office told me the latest thing used by unscrupulous debtors was to use a social security number that was maybe one digit off/erroneous. The reason was to fool the system so that the bankruptcy would be noted on someone...Read more »
Apparently you have already bought the property without complaining about an encroachment. You also failed to put a legal description from the new survey in your Deed. The boundary has probably been acquiesced to at this point. You may wish to complain about your attorney if you had one....Read more »
This would be subject to the law of Minnesota if the child reisdes in that state once born. To place the child for adoption, the Court would need to terminate the parental rights of both parents. The biological father should file a paternity action once the child is born and request that he have...Read more »
When I got divorced in 2011, I asked the judge to make me the provider of health coverage. I have physical custody of child. The legal father has chosen not to see child since divorce. And has had no contact. I have no clue if he has... Read more »
It is considered acceptable to rely on Badgercare benefits yourpremiums for group health insurance coverage exceed 10% of your net disposable income. The State, on its own, may file a Motion to require the father to provide coverage for the minor children so as to reduce the cost to the tax...Read more »
He is taking me to court to reduce his child support amount and claim the kids on his taxe return. His child support is not consistent. Sometimes no payments for two months. I been doing everything for our children since he been absent for over 3 years. He blocked my number I couldn't get in... Read more »
You can file your own Motion to modify the Order in which he is not entitled to any of the children as tax exemptions unless he is current in his child support obligation each year by the last day of the year. Also, if he does not have a valid reason to have his child support to be reduced, you...Read more »
Depending on the length of marriage and disparity in earnings, you may be entitled to maintenance/support payments. You would need to file an Order to Show Cause for Temporary Order for a hearing for temporary maintenance. The Court will expect you to seek employment unless you are disabled.
I inherited a house from my father and sold it to a friend via land contract in 2014. He has payed the monthly payment regularly until recently. The contract states if a default payment continues for 30 days, I must provide notice thereof, delivered personally or mailed by certified mail, that he... Read more »
I have Security Camera Video Proof Of My Neighbors Lawn Pesticide Applicators Spraying On Days With High Winds. I have Extreme Chemical Sensitivity Illness with A Genomic Blood Test 16 pg Report Proving My Illness. Also Proving That every exposure is compounding my bodies Toxicity. Which I... Read more »
A Wisconsin attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for five weeks. Most traditional tort and injury attorneys who handle personal injury cases such as motor vehicle accidents do not deal with exposure to hazardous substances. You could reach out to toxic tort attorneys in your...Read more »
I am just curious because I had filed for chapter 7 like 4 years ago, and we have ended up back where I was and was wondering if I could still file as a couple after I have done filed as an individual at some point in time.
had to have major back surgery, was already on fmla. employer had me on short term, which wasn't consistant, then turned to long term, once turned to long term, they sent me threw wrong insurance company for 3 months, then finally got the right insurance company. it took over 5 months to even... Read more »
A Wisconsin attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. It looks like you may have at least two issues to sort out here, aside from the disability claim for which you already have an attorney. Employment attorneys would know about FMLA matters. As for the MRIs and...Read more »
A Wisconsin attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Electric utilities nationwide have broad authority when it comes to protecting and maintaining their transmission infrastructure, including removing trees and other hazards that could ice, bring down cables, and...Read more »
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