The mother will most likely try to seek more child support money once we are married. My fiance is a full time college student looking for employment. Need to know how this will affect me in the future.
If your fiance is behind on child support, he should make that payment as soon as possible. If he is unemployed, not receiving income and cannot pay his support order, he should seek a modification of the order until he is gainfully employed. If he is in arrears of a child support order, he may be found in contempt of court.
The child support order may affect you once you are married or if you live with your fiance. Your fiance's ex-girlfriend may ask the Court to include your income when calculating the amount that should be paid. In addition, if you are married and file your tax return together, you will have any income tax refund garnished if your husband is behind on child support.See question
I have not been served a complaint or summons. This notice of hearing came from the attorneys office. I answered the first letter received 30 days ago and requested proof that the named bank had the right to foreclose. All I was mailed was a copy ...
Go to the court where your hearing has been set and get a copy of all the documents that have been filed. Many court personnel are very helpful and can give you guidance without giving you legal advice. Make sure you file an answer on your complaint once it is filed and formally request discovery on you case. You have time to conduct discovery but it seems the Complaint may not even been filed.
Even though, you may not have the funds to hire an attorney, you should atleast consult with a qualified lawyer in your area. Many lawyers give free initial consultations and have flexible payment plans. Good luck!See question
We signed a year lease and put down a large deposit on the place which we'd like back. And what are our rights if the new owners decide to evict?
If the property has already been foreclosed on, the landlord that signed the lease no longer owns the property and is therefore not allowed to collect rent. If your previous landlord is still holding your deposit you can sue him personally for the return of your deposit.
Make sure the property has already been foreclosed. A Notice of Foreclosure filing does not mean a foreclosure has already been done. Check with the Land Court in your county and inquire into the status of the case and find out which bank is conducting the foreclosure. If the foreclosure is not complete, you still owe the landlord the rent and can workout the issue of your deposit.
You have rights as a tenant if the property has been foreclosed on. The new owner can not evict you without going through the proper legal proceedings. Contact a qualified attorney in your area to discuss your rights.See question
I recently found out my landlord is in danger of foreclosure, because court appointed individual rang our door bell trying to serve her papers. I contacted the Will County court house and was told our landlord had a aribituary hearing the 27th of...
You must continue to pay rent to your landlord as long as he is the legal owner of the property. However, make sure you stay informed of the status of the foreclosure proceedings. Always pay your rent with either money orders or checks to maintain a record of your payments in case your landlord losses the property to the bank or a third party.
If your landlord is not fulfilling his duties, you may be allowed to deduct a portion of your rent for any expenses you incur as a result.See question
can 1st or 2nd mortgage take any of your assets?
Your may be held liable for non-payment of the amount you borrowed from both mortgage companies. The first mortgage company may come after you for the deficiency balance; the second mortgage company may sue you for the entire balance.
You should contact a bankruptcy attorney as soon as possible. Use avvo to find a qualified bankruptcy attorney in your area that can properly advise you.See question
the realtor said will call me back but i have not hear anything back from the realtor it has been 3 days already. should i call to follow up or should i wait?
If you are interested in taking the bank's offer, you should contact the realtor and negotiate an amout that is fair. Do not take their first offer without negotiating. You have rights as a tenant and a bank can not force you out of your home without going through the proper legal proceedings. In order for the bank to evict you, the must first give you notice and then file a complaint for eviction. This process depending on the state where you reside, may be lengthy and costly for the bank. Use that as your bargaining tool.
If you are unsure of your rights as a tenant, use Avvo to find a qualified attorney in you state that can advise you.See question
I am quoting a line in a song, (3 different occasions) in my book, I am only talking about a song that someone played back on their computer: i.e. I hear him begin to play the famous line "Song lyrics here..."
You can quote a song as long as you state who the song belongs too.See question
They have been apart for 20 yrs and do not own any property jointly.
It depends on several factors. It is important to know what state has jurisdiction as each state law may vary on this issue. If your friend and her husband were married in MA or if they lived in MA at anytime while married, they can get divorced in MA. If these factors are present, she knows where he lives and has contact with him, she may be able to get divorced fairly easy.
If she does not know his whereabouts she can do the divorce by publication in MA.See question
My ex husband and I were recently divorced, not absolute until Oct. 28, 2011... We co own several properties which we will continue for a period of 10 yrs. He manages them and always has handled all funds during the marital relationship... I jus...
You need to go back to Probate Court to address the issue of the deposits as soon as possible. It is the landlords' responsibility to ensure the tenants' deposits are placed in an escrow account. If the deposits are not placed in an escrow account, you as a landlord, may be responsible for treble damages.
By law the security deposits must be placed in an interest bearing account. Therefore, you must add the amount of interest that should have been earned from the time the deposits should've been in escrow account.
If you have further questions or need assistance, please contact me at 978-291-1320.See question