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Rosalyn Cary Charles

Newark Divorce / Separation Lawyer.

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  1. I have a warrant from 2/1996 for conspiracy to commit a crime in Santa Clara county. I am living in New Jersey. I get stops, but

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Rosalyn Cary Charles
    2. Eric M. Mark
    3. Gregory Martin Jachts
    3 lawyer answers

    Dear Trenton, You need to have a Criminal Defense Attorney in California look into the matter for you. It is quite possible that this old matter can resolved without a court appearance. Because of the age of the case, the prosecution may just make arrangements to have the warrant vacated and dismiss the underlying case. If the prosecution is still interested in pursuing the matter, a court appearance will be necessary. You are well aware that you need to have this matter resolved....

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  2. What are my options if I have never received a statement or any interest on my security deposit given to my landlord 4 years ago

    Answered almost 4 years ago.

    1. Rosalyn Cary Charles
    1 lawyer answer

    Dear Lindenwold, The law requires landlords to keep security deposits in an interest bearing account and notify you of the bank and accounts existence. It does not require your landlord to make interest payments to you during the course of your tenancy. If your landlord has not placed these monies in such an account, the law may permit you to apply your security deposit to outstanding rent. Ask your landlord for the referenced information. It should have been provided to you...

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  3. Contested or Uncontested?

    Answered about 4 years ago.

    1. Rosalyn Cary Charles
    2. Aniello David Cerreto
    3. David Alexander Browde
    3 lawyer answers

    File for divorce, however, attaching an unsigned agreement will carry little weight with the court upon filing. Typically, a divorce complaint is not accompanied by such a document signed or unsigned. As the process proceeds, the court may require you to file a case information statement and at that point you can attach such an agreement. But, again because your spouse is unwilling to sign it may not carry much weight. I would suggest you consult with an attorney about your rights...

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  4. Witness tampering

    Answered over 4 years ago.

    1. Rosalyn Cary Charles
    2. Jonathan H Levy
    2 lawyer answers

    If the proceeding that you are involved is a criminal matter and you are the victim of a crime, I would suggest you contact the prosecuting attorney and they will resolve the issue for you. If in fact it is a civil matter, consult with the the attorney representing you in the matter and that person may in fact point you in the right direction. Whoever the witness happens to be, they must be involved in the prosecution and must either sign the complaint or cooperate in any investigation....

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  5. How to get off probation early inNj

    Answered over 4 years ago.

    1. Rosalyn Cary Charles
    1 lawyer answer

    As you may be aware, when one is placed on probation this a sentence for a determined amount of years. Succesfully completing that sentence requires that one not only abide by all the rules and regulations of probation but also abide by any additional conditions of the sentence imposed by either the court or the probation department. Often times, if one is compliant in all aspects: i.e. reporting, maintaining employment, pursuing education, completing community service, paying...

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  6. Is the 2nd wife entitled to money her soon to be ex gained from 1st divorce?

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Ronald Glenn Lieberman
    2. Rosalyn Cary Charles
    3. Michael Jay Stein
    4. David Alexander Browde
    4 lawyer answers

    Dear Newark, I agree with the two prior posts. The question to be answered by the courts is whether or not the funds received by your neice's husband could be considered an asset of your neice's marriage. This typically rests upon whether or not the funds were co-mingled. You seem to hint that at least some of the funds were in fact co-mingled. Please have your neice consult with a family law attorney. DISCLAIMER This answer is provided for educational purposes only. By using or...

  7. Would I be eligible for alimony payments once me and my husband get divorced?

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Rosalyn Cary Charles
    2. Joy A. Pearson
    3. Cristian Michael Towers
    4. Ronald Glenn Lieberman
    4 lawyer answers

    Dear Vineland, In order to properly answer your question, I would need more information. Specifically, I need to know the length of the marriage, your respective incomes, the disparity between your two incomes and your employability. Also, do you have any employment history during the marriage? From your question, it appears that you are currently unemployed and seek some additional education to prepare you for the workforce. These are just some of the factors that are taken into account...

  8. Marriage laws are better for me in NJ or NY?

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Ronald Glenn Lieberman
    2. Rosalyn Cary Charles
    3. Paul H Townsend
    4. David Perry Davis
    5. Theodore W. Robinson
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    6 lawyer answers

    Dear Jersey City, I agree with the previous posts. The state laws that will govern a divorce are determined by where one or both parties have established residency at the time of filing. For instance, at the time of separation you both may live in New York and no one files for divorce at that time. Thereafter, one of you move to another state and establish residency in let's say California. The party who moved to California can file for divorce there or the party who stayed in New York...

  9. My husband and i are not yet divorced but he is no longer living at home. I have asked where he is staying and he said he does

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Rosalyn Cary Charles
    2. Veronica R Norgaard
    3. David Perry Davis
    4. Ronald Glenn Lieberman
    4 lawyer answers

    Dear Montclair, Your husbands failure to tell you where he is staying is, of course, quite disconcerting. However, legally, he has no obligation to inform you of his place of residence. But since, the two of you do have children together his failure to inform may be at issue. Is he visiting with the children? If so, where? You do have a right to know where he takes your children and under what conditions they spend their time. If he is visiting with the children in the marital home it...

  10. What happens if I only pay half the mortgage?

    Answered almost 4 years ago.

    1. Rosalyn Cary Charles
    2. Donald Lamar Cobb
    2 lawyer answers

    Dear Atlantic City, Most lenders will not accept partial payments. More than likely the lender will either return your payment or deposit it in an escrow account and will not credit it against your account. As my colleague instructed, you need to get into court and have the court compel your X to pay her half of the mortgage. The lender doesn't care that you are divorced, in the middle of proceeding or whatever. The lender wants its money under the terms of the original agreement. You...