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Glen Edward Ashman

Glen Ashman’s Answers

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  • Got in to an accident today

    A car hit me while I was driving. Other driver was at fault now I'm at home and my wife is complaining of some neck pain. Do I go to the hospital and take case number to make insurance pay for hospital bills?

    Glen’s Answer

    No. As soon as the insurer learns of the accident, they will assemb;le a team, including an adjuster and soon a lawyer, who are well paid to try and underpay or deny your claim. Do NOT talk to them at all! You need to do one thing today - not tommorow - not soon - but now. Both of you need to go the ER to be examined. In a few days, or sooner, if they saw to do so, follow up with an appropriate doctor or specialist. In many accidents pain worsens after the first day. Monday, call a lawyer. The sooner a lawyer joins your team the more likely it is that you will be properly compensated for your medical bills, plus pain and suffering and other items. The insurer may try to call you. If they do, hang up until an attorney says otherwise.

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  • My disabled husband was nearly injured at Disneyworld by an employee while exiting a ride?

    My husband, myself, my 4 yr old, and my two nieces 20 & 16 were trying to get on a ride the floor actually moves as you go to load. I explained to them that they would have to stop it for him to load. Did not stop it just slowed it. While trying t...

    Glen’s Answer

    You do not have a legal matter. You cannot sue fpr "My disabled husband was nearly injured." The law can compensate injuries. You can't sue for what didn't happen. You have a customer service issue, and if you choose to address it that way (speak to park management), they likely will comped you some tickets. By calling it a legal problem, you won't get the comped tickets.

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  • Im a first time farther sharing a child with a woman whom wants to live off of me.What do I do?

    I was happy to learn I was going to be a farther of a baby boy,especially being that I'm 27 now.However, the mother to be is un-motivated in life and would rather live off me than work.I have the feeling that regardless if I plan to be the perfect...

    Glen’s Answer

    When you choose to have sex, you choose to support a child, not at the number you like, but at the number every parent must pay. So yes, you should expect to pay around what state law provides. If you want to have a role either as custodian or via visitation, you may want to get a lawyer to file legitimization, which will set support, custody and visitation in most cases.

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  • Will my health insurance only ask for what they paid on my medical bills or will I have to pay for what was written off too?

    I was rear ended in December..I went straight to the ER with non life threatening injuries...I was out of work a couple of days...after the other person insurance gave a false info, I sought an attorney..the paralegal said they would take care of ...

    Glen’s Answer

    Since you have a lawyer, call the lawyer. He knows. No one here dopes. No one here has seen your file and a wild guess would not only be unhelpful to you; it may be wrong.

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  • I've been in a trial modification with Wells Fargo for a year. Chapter 13 has denied my modification. What to do to keep my home

    I'm going to court on Monday to find out why chapter 13 is denying my modification. Paid all the trial modification on time. Paying chapter 13 on time as well. I'm working full time and occupying my home.

    Glen’s Answer

    Your questionj says you have done one of two things horribly wrong. You either did a chapter 13 without a lawyer (as you are finding out that is a disaster almost 100% of the time, so you need to hire one), or ytou have a lawyer and instead of calling the lawyer you have already paid in advance to advise you for 5 years, you are ignoring him and posting here (very bad idea). No one here has seen your chapter 13, and without seeing it no one knows whey you are having a hearing. Speak to your lawyer - TODAY.

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  • Do I need to dissolve from my present marraige? Or did it become legal when my divorce from first wife became final in october

    I got married last march under the assumption by my former attorney that my previous marriage was dissolved, only to be informed that it wasn't. I eventually got divorced from my first marriage in October of last year 6 months after I got married ...

    Glen’s Answer

    Yes your marriage remains illegal. You either have to do an annulment to split up or remarry to stay together.

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  • If a child is 18 and parent owes backed support can this amount be decreased or modified monthly amounts?

    my child is 18 graduates at the end of May and ex husband has attorney requesting that child support be decreased. can he get out of paying the ac cured child support? or does this mean reduce his monthly order to pay? in the paperwork he is claim...

    Glen’s Answer

    Not only can he not erase or reduce past support; that support has been accruing interest. Discuss that with your lawyer,

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  • In georgia, i know you can get married if you get pregnant if your 16, does this apply to my circumstances?

    guy is 50, my sister is 16, in the state of georgia, i know that the age of consent is 16. is there an age differential? will they let them get married if she gets pregnant? does it have to be approved by a court or parents? any other information ...

    Glen’s Answer

    First of all she CANNOT get married at age 16 absent parental consent, which assuming her parents aren't of very poor judgment, will not happen. Pregnancy does not change that. The 50 year is very likely to be arrested, as a pedophile should be. While he can't be charged with rape, there are many other offenses he can do time for, such as contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Please report this to your parents, and the police should be called in ASAP.

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  • Can I serve someone with a petition for contempt via their attorney or do they need to be served in person?

    My ex is not complying with a provision of the settlement agreement (paying a joint debt) and divorce decree order. She has an attorney, I don't. Can I file the motion with the court and have her attorney receive the notice of process or does my...

    Glen’s Answer

    First of all do NOT file pro se. Pro se contempts usually go very badly. And no, you can't serve the attorney she used in a former case; you serve the defendant.

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  • Can my husband put me and our kids out now that he wants a divorce with nowhere to go

    we have been married for 13 years we seperated july of 2013 and got back together january of 2015, and are still together. The house we live in is the one he got while we were apart. now he wants a divorce but can he put me and out kids out with...

    Glen’s Answer

    No. He cannot evict you. Only a judge can. And given that the house likely is marital property it is possible he may be the one moving (and paying support). See a lawyer ASAP to protect you and the children.

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