Robert Anthony Hartsoe’s Answers

Robert Anthony Hartsoe

Winston-salem Personal Injury Lawyer.

Contributor Level 10
  1. Can my husband press credit card fraud charges against me in Oregon for adding my name to his credit cards

    Answered over 4 years ago.

    1. Robert Anthony Hartsoe
    2. Gabriel Cheong
    3. Michael E Hendrickson
    3 lawyer answers

    I do not practice in your state and am not licensed to do so. I must respectfully disagree with the other attorneys that have responded. If you signed his name to any of the credit card applications, and supplied his personal information without his consent in applying for the cards, you can be held criminally liable for identity theft and fraud under federal statute, and most likely under your state's statutes. Where you admit to opening three accounts without his knowledge, you have a...

    1 lawyer agreed with this answer

    11 people marked this answer as helpful

  2. Department of Social Services said that I sighned a letter stating that I would not let my 4 year old around her father who is a

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Robert Anthony Hartsoe
    2. Seth A. Blum
    2 lawyer answers

    What you signed was called a Safety Plan. They absolutely have to provide you with a copy of that, as you signed it and it is what they are saying governs their involvement/non-involvement in your child's life. Unfortunately, you need to get an attorney to deal with anything involving custody, especially when there are issues of potential sexual abuse involved. We can issue a subpoena to DSS in the context of any custody action to obtain the entire DSS file, not just the safety plan. This...

    Selected as best answer

  3. SCHEDULE J CURRENT EXPENDITURES OF INDIVIDUAL DEBTOR

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Robert Anthony Hartsoe
    2. Brent Steven Snyder
    3. Dorothy G Bunce
    4. Gary D. Bollinger
    4 lawyer answers

    I agree with both answers. Much depends on what you are listing as your expenses and whether the trustee or the bankruptcy administrator believes they are allowable or appropriate expenses under the Bankruptcy Code. We provide 30 minute free consults for bankruptcy at our Winston offices. You can contact us at 888-725-1985 to setup an immediate appointment, if you need additional information. Tony Hartsoe www.hartsoelaw.com

    Selected as best answer

  4. The county has not have my divorce decree on file, suggesting the attorney never completed filing after the judge granted it.

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Robert Anthony Hartsoe
    2. Alan R. Krusch
    2 lawyer answers

    Does the county have a case that was filed with your name on it --at all? If not, then yes, you will have to start over. You need to be sure that all of your issues involving children and property and spousal support have been analyzed before you allow a divorce decree to be entered. If all you need is a simple divorce at that point, you can probably have that completed within 6 weeks as long as your ex is simple to serve the complaint on. Did your ex ever receive any papers from the...

    Selected as best answer

  5. My son has a court approved parenting agreement, however his ex-girlfriend is not abiding by it, what can he do about it?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Robert Anthony Hartsoe
    1 lawyer answer

    The agreement, once signed by a judge, is an order of the court. As such, violation of the order subjects the violator to claims of contempt. That being said, He needs to keep a record of his attempts to contact her, try other methods of contact, and if she continues to refuse to communicate with him at all, he could look at taking her back to court for contempt. First, however, he needs to give her the benefit of the doubt, give her a little more time, and do what he can to get along with mom...

    2 lawyers agreed with this answer

  6. How old do I have to be to run away in the state of North Carolina?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Robert Anthony Hartsoe
    2. Glenn S. Doyle
    2 lawyer answers

    I agree completely. There are plenty of people who can help you, and who will help you. If the relative is a responsible adult, they can help you contact your school counselor or Child Protective Services. If the relative is a responsible person who can support you, Child Protective Services will usually allow you to stay there pending further investigation as part of what they call a "safety plan." Whatever you do, please do not consider the street to be a better alternative.

    2 lawyers agreed with this answer

  7. I work night shift, does that affect joint custody between me and my child's mother. We're not married!

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Robert Anthony Hartsoe
    2. Seth A. Blum
    2 lawyer answers

    All good questions. As the unmarried father, you have full rights as a father -marriage is irrelevant. The lack of a marriage, however, may require you to go through a procedure to legitimate the child as yours to establish your right to custody/visitation. This would not be necessary if mom admits you are the father in a legal pleading. Your work schedule would be problematic from the standpoint that you have to answer the question of who is going to be at home with the child while you...

    2 lawyers agreed with this answer

  8. Ex has not refinanced or taken me off loans relinquished to him?

    Answered 5 months ago.

    1. Robert Anthony Hartsoe
    2. Amanda Bowden Houser
    3. Andrea Winters Morelos
    4. Leslie Hall Amos
    4 lawyer answers

    As the others have mentioned, pretty much everything will revolve around what the separation agreement actually provides, and whether it was properly drafted and executed. These are complex legal issues and if you want the right answer, I would encourage you to consult with an attorney about it, as the money will be well spent to get the right answers the first time and then understand whether it is worth it to pursue the matter further. If the agreement is properly drafted and executed (...

    1 lawyer agreed with this answer

  9. I was given a car in lieu of a loan repayment and car is now part of a civil marital property lawsuit. Do I have to return it?

    Answered 7 months ago.

    1. Kenneth Love Jr.
    2. Robert Anthony Hartsoe
    2 lawyer answers

    Depends on several other facts. If the title was signed over to you as the new owner by the person who was the prior titled owner of the vehicle in an "arms length"(fair, not insider) transaction, then the spouse cannot cause the vehicle to come back into the marital estate in the domestic action, they can merely request a credit, if appropriate, in that civil action. If, however, you simply have the vehicle and do not have the title, the court could order the vehicle returned. If the debt to...

    1 lawyer agreed with this answer

  10. Can I sue my husband's girlfriend for alienation of affections?

    Answered 7 months ago.

    1. John G. Miskey IV
    2. Fred B. Amos II
    3. Daniel Allen Meier
    4. Robert Anthony Hartsoe
    4 lawyer answers

    Assuming from your answer that you remained in the house after he moved the girl friend into the house, I think your chances of convincing a jury of the issues required to win are pretty slim. He would also have a defense of ratification, meaning you agreed to or passively agreed to his actions, but not moving out or taking action to remove her from the house. I agree with the other comment that you would be much better off using your resources to pursue equitable distribution and spousal...

    1 lawyer agreed with this answer

336-725-1985