I had my wage garnishment lowered by the bankruptcy court and almost 2 months later, my employer still has not lowered the amount. After contacting my employer, they stated they did not receive a copy of the court order and they asked me to fax them a copy of the court order so that they could... Read more »
It is obvious from the tenor of your question that you are doing a DIY bankruptcy. That's your first mistake. You are making assumptions that things happen automatically when for the most part they don't.
I received a court ordered reduction in my Ch. 13 repayment plan almost two months ago and received my copy of the order a month ago yet my employer claims they have not received the order yet and thus have not lowered my payments. My employer is notorious for delaying changes to employees... Read more »
I'm an American citizen, married to a Chinese National. Both of us living in China. We'd like to minimize the amount of time we spend apart in our attempts to get my wife an immigration visa. Can a decent case be made to show intent of going to the US, so that we both can go at the same... Read more »
My ex hasn't physically seen our son in over 2 years, and is nearing the 6 months mark of not even talking to him. He called me the other day and said that he would sign away his rights so that my current fiance could adopt our son.
I have no idea what paperwork needs to be filled... Read more »
It is not a matter of simply signing over one's rights. You and your fiance will need to first be married prior to his ability to adopt. Then, there would be a need for both of you to cooperate with a custody study with an adoption agency. Once that is completed, you would need to file a...Read more »
Whether you can be around the child would depend on the nature of your record of convictions and whether the Court and Guardian ad Litem believe that it would not be in the best interests of the children for you to have contact with them. More information would be needed to respond to this...Read more »
I was recently involved in a vehicle accident, and I would like to fight the citation for failure to yield when there's no yield sign one and two I was already in the middle of my turn when the vehicle came flying down the road.
A Wisconsin attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. By now, you may have already involved a traffic ticket attorney to challenge the citation. As a general matter nationwide, there are settings where a yield sign is not necessarily required for such a...Read more »
Assuming you qualify, once you are married, you would need to file for an adjustment of status, which is a multi-step process. Please contact immigration counsel to discuss specific requirements and costs associated with filing. Best of luck!
My partner and I own a house together and have one minor child together. He has no other children and does not have a will. If he were to die, what would happen with the house? Would I be able to take over the mortgage? Would I be responsible to pay off his car and credit cards before I could do... Read more »
Hello, if you are unmarried and own the house together it will depend on how the title to the home is held. This will be reflected on the deed when you purchase the property. If you are both on the title to the property, then it depends on if you hold title as "Joint Tenants with Rights of...Read more »
I created a video game addon that used official images of Flex Seal products and Phil Swift's likeness. I emailed his company asking if I could make a donation page to get a small amount of compensation from the addon and they said no. I then asked if I could continue to make the project for... Read more »
After an application for administration has been filed (a probate court action has been initiated properly with the probate court) creditors have from 3-4 months to file their claim. The Court will set this deadline for a formal administration or the probate registrar will set the deadline for an...Read more »
Unless his parental rights are terminated in a Children's Court proceeding, he will still have a child support obligation. The child would need to be adopted by a step-parent. his parental rights can not be terminated by a family court action.
My husband got into fight that resulted in restitution for hospital bills after he was released off probation and they turned it into a judgement. We have been trying to get ahold of the hospital to pay this off they wont give any information to us because it is someone elses name. We call... Read more »
Why don't you call the hospital and request you need to speak with the legal department. If they don't have one, ask to speak with the individual responsible for payments due to the hospital and tell them you need help finding out where to send the payment. If that fails, send them the...Read more »
Hello I am sorry to hear about your father. If he has no Will or Trust, then the house and any of his other assets subject to probate would pass according to the laws of intestacy. If you are the only living child, you may be an heir, but if there are other children, or a surviving spouse, then...Read more »
It depends on the State in which the child support Order was entered. Each State has different laws as to when a child is deemed emancipated. In Wisconsin, if she is married and pregnant, she is deemed emancipated. He would need to file a Motion to terminate the maintenance.
My conditional greencard expires in January 20, 2022. I have a scheduled international trip on November, 5 2021 (less than 90 days before expiration of Conditional green card). I wont be able to file for removal of conditions before that. I am planning to file when I came back by the end of... Read more »
The USCIS receipt notice of the FORM I-751allows you to travel abroad beyond the expiration of the conditional resident card. Without the I-751 receipt notice , you must complete your international travels prior to January 20, 2022. Depending on the international location of your destination,...Read more »
If you are a aware that father is living with a convicted felon, you are certainly justified to be concerned about your kids being in that environment. Revisiting placement could be an option for you depending on what the current orders are set at. For child support, I would need some additional...Read more »
Been married for 8yrs. Together for 15yrs. House was purchased and lived in by both of us for the last 13yrs. The title and mortgage was in her name initially due to my less than stellar credit at the time of purchase. We have since refinanced the home and both names are now on the mortgage and... Read more »
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