Married under false pretense
You would need to provide a lot more details. Annulments can happen in cases of fraud - but the likely outcome would be to seek a divorce instead. Consult counsel.See question
What are Maryland's laws regarding this question? I live in the State of maryland. My Wife and I have a 6 year old child. "While" still married my wife had an affair and now she is pregnant with the other man's baby. My wife and I a...
The biological father would have rights and he could petition a court for a paternity test.See question
I live in the state of maryland. My wife and I are getting the prepared for a absolute divorce. My wife had an affair that resulted in a child. We are already not seeing eye to eye on selling the house. My wife's name is on the d...
If the house was purchased before marriage then it would be considered non-marital property. But if you then put her name on the deed (as tenants by entireties) then it would be considered marital property. Houses may not be split 50/50 as Maryland is an equitable distribution state. Consult counsel to determine your/her rights to the property. A judge could potentially order the sale of the property and then split the proceeds (if any) as the court sees fit to balance the equities.See question
I had to purchase a Engine and when was time to get caught up on my notes, they sent the Marshalls to my Door to retrieve the car. I was less than a year paying it off and now there coming after me. What can I do?
You could file suit against Goodyear for damaging your vehicle if you can in fact prove that they damaged it. But notwithstanding that incident; it is still your responsibility to make the car payments timely. If you're in default of your loan, they can seek to repossess the vehicle if they give proper notice.See question
The company was a corporation, about $8000 owned, is there any successful defense I can deploy?
The resident agent is not liable for the debts of a company unless you were also an officer or owner. Consult local counsel asap if you have been sued.See question
I cosigned for a person on their apartment a few years ago. I signed one renewal for her and lost touch after that. last year with no notice an item from a third party collector for the apartment community appeared on my credit report. I never ...
You can file a dispute with each credit bureau. At the same time, you could also send a written request for verification of the debt. Depending on the time frame of the notices that you have received; usually a debt collector is required to provide verification that you owe the debt pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. You want to be careful in communicating with any collectors because you don't want to inadvertently admit you owe the debt. If the debt was incurred (wrongly or not) three or more years ago then you may have a statute of limitations defense if you are sued.See question
What is the proper way to let an employee go if the supervisor never care for u or all tried to tirn ofter employee against you sucg as bad mouthing u to ofter managers and staff members
Maryland is an at will employment state. Which means you can be fired for almost any reason or no reason at all. Nothing you have stated would give rise to a cause of action.See question
If I die, I'd like it to benefit my husband and children. But if my husband gets remarried, I would like it to only benefit my children. is there a way to accomplish this? What's it called? Credit shelter trust?
There are several ways to accomplish want you want. Consult with a local estates and trusts attorney to discuss these various options. Unfortunately, the answer is not as simple as answering here on a forum. There are other things to consider as well, such as tax implications, etc.See question