I mailed in a check for the fine and got the car registered and all set. I was still paying insurance on the car so the cop said he could tell it was an oversight and to just pay the fine. I have since sold the car. I kept copies of the registrati...
You should not have paid the fine, That just makes the cop look good which is why he told you to just pay it. You should have sent the ticket in marked NOT GUILTY y the date required. Since there is a warrant, either the ticket payment was not received or processed on time, or the ticket called for an appearance date not mere payment. If there was no court date on the ticket that I assume the former. Get a lawyer right away.See question
I'm getting married again and will be doing a prenup. Should I also get a postnup to protect my pension (ERISA)? Thanks
Your pre-nup can deal with pension issues as well. Remember pre-nups are not airtight. Divorce judges have great power in deciding what is equitable. Pre-nups need full disclosure and knowing agreement - make sure she (he) is fairly represented and has full disclosure and that the agreement is as objectively "fair" as possible.See question
An employer ran a background check on me and someone's 3 page criminal report ended up on my report with a name that could be a "possible alias". When I called the company that ran the report I was told that the records were matched based on nam...
Contact them IN WRITING with your information and demand a correction. If they don't respond,
You can sue and/or you can make a complaint with the consumer protection agency of NYS. There are protections for their using the "best information available" which go away when they are shown their information is false and they are made aware of the falsehood but continue to use it to your harm. Document all communications.
He came into my back yard without permission to cut my neighbor's tree. He drove a cherry picker in with a 4 wheeler and ran over plants and broke my stone patio I put in last summer. I came home and found him there. I was upset, he said he'd fi...
Laws vary by state and locality. Your law may require a licensed professional to perform certain work. If not or if he has a license that would allow him to do so he can. He must do so well enough to match what came before (he's not building new, he's mitigating damages back to what you had). If he doesn't you may have a claim. Do you have pictures, appraisals, etc of the "Before?" You will need such to win your claim.See question