Wife was awarded house, but court said they could appeal the retirement accounts and not the real property that pertain to house and land.
The question whether remand by the Vermont Supreme Court to the lower court for a new trial is likely, is a question that can only be answered by a lawyer who knows the law and who has reviewed the trial transcript, exhibits, and judgment. There are no general answers.See question
Divorced as of april 14th. Had sheriff serve ex husband with trespass papers.. sheriff said he had a 30 day stay. Wondering how true this is.
First question that occurs to me is whether the final order of divorce is still able to be appealed because the thirty days from the date the clerk entered the judgment have not expired. After a final judgment, the clock starts to tick on the thirty days from the date of entry which the parties have to appeal the judgment. As long as there's time left to appeal a judgment, it's not a final judgment, and generally speaking a judgment is not enforceable until the time left to appeal has run out.
Just general principles, not legal advice. To obtain legal advice based on all the relevant facts and circumstances, schedule a confidential consultation with a Vermont lawyer.See question
Question. I just got my car registered, and Insured. I couldn't get it inspected cause I needed to get an exhaust put on. So I ran it to my buddies (whom has an exhaust for it) and we took it up and down the road. The cars loud, we drove by a ladi...
There is this notion of "pressing charges" which everyone seems to have. The reality is that someone with knowledge of a crime can report that knowledge to the appropriate agency of law enforcement, i.e., the police. The police investigate reports of crime, and the prosecutor, i.e, the State's Attorney's office, decides whether to bring charges. So if you were choked, you can report that incident to the police.See question
I was injured on the job and was granted a commodation to a different position and was suppose to be made whole which I won my grievance for that. But I haven't been place in my proper place far as my seniority is concerned but come to find out th...
The thing about unions is that you can't sue them for negligence. Unions owe members a duty, but it is not a duty of care; it's a duty of fair representation. The problem is that unions have to look out for all their members, and sometimes even though a union member has a right to grieve, the union may decide not to press the grievance or take it to arbitration because they decide something else is more important. It can be very frustrating. Maybe you want to call your county bar association and get a referral for a consult with a labor lawyer who can listen to your story and tell you whether s/he thinks you may have a remedy. Be prepared to pay the lawyer for the consult.
Good luck.See question
if a 17 year old has sex with a 13 year old, how long after can he still be charged?
In addition to any criminal charges, it appears that under current law the victim could bring civil claims against the person who committed child sexual abuse until the victim reaches the age of twenty-four. That's quite some time from now.
We are conducting research in class, and I asked my teacher about the Privacy Act. The Privacy Act, to me, is vague but probably because I don't understand it. If we search someone's name up online and see their social media, it would pertain ...
I am not sure what you think the link is between social media and the Privacy Act. The Privacy Act is a federal statute which establishes a code of fair information practices applicable to the collection, maintenance, use, and dissemination of information about individuals maintained in systems of records by federal agencies. The Privacy Act regulates what *agencies* can do. Since you are not a federal agency, I am not sure why you think the Privacy Act would apply to YOUR collection of information about an individual.
Text of the Privacy Act is here:See question
I am a 36 year old man and have never been in a relationship, still a virgin. An 18 year old girl was just hired where I work. If I can get her to notice me (a long shot since no one ever has before) is it legal? I am just an average employee no a...
Eighteen-year-old women and thirty-six-year old men are legal adults, and the state does not police relationships between unrelated single legal adults. The question whether a particular sexual relationship is lawful, however, is an entirely separate question from whether it's a good idea.See question
We live in different states , filed jointly, and before i could relocate to be with her got our tax returns and is refusing me my portion
Prosecutors file criminal charges. Persons who have knowledge of criminal activity can report that activity to the police. But what you described doesn't sound to me like a criminal offense, or for that matter a civil one. A betrayal of trust, surely.See question