To actually answer your question, the date of service + 30 days = July 27 Saturday. You don't count the day she was served toward the period to respond.
She has to file her response on or before July 27, which is a weekend day. Since it is a weekend day (or Court Holiday)m, she has until the close of the next business day to file, i.e. July 29. You can file your request to enter default on July 30.
1.. yes, that could happen. You could go after them for the diversion of customers.
2... If you tradmark the ..shak name, you could file with ICAN to force turnover of ..shack because you have the trademark, and first actual use. The names sound the same, and would likely generate confusion as to source among the public.
You should talk to a local IP attorney and lay this all out to determine all your options.
Best of luck!
When you get back the FL-180 and FL-190 signed by the judge, that would be the end of it.
There are a few things you should think about and take care of once your divorce is final:
-Think about whether you want to change the beneficiary on your will or life insurance policy.
-Close all credit card accounts that list both spouses or domestic partners and open a new 1 in your name alone.
-Tell your employer when your marriage or domestic partnership ends so you can change your...
Filing for divorce (dissolution) does not end the marriage. The case has to go to judgment. Check with the court clerk to see what else needs to be done. If you don't finish up the case soon, the court will dismiss it based upon the 5-year limit. Good luck!
It is possible, just like in civil court... the process server can falsely certify that they made service on the party, when in fact they performed "sewer service". When the party discovers that a judgment had been entered, they can go to court and ask that it be set aside and that they be allowed to answer the complaint.
A family law atty is the same thing as a divorce atty. Was your husband in an accident or something? Before you file for divorce (dissolution), you need to know what his status is. Good luck... you should talk to an attorney and learn what your options are.