Friend was denied the fee waiver when she submitted divorce paperwork. They said she can ask for a hearing. It is her and 2 kids. The husband is out of the house, living in a shelter and taking no responsibility to support himself or contribute ...
It's always possible that the judge may take pity on her, but for 350.00 I think it's a waste of time and losing work is worse. Often the courts are very stringent about allowing the waiver as well.See question
Was in a car accident (not at fault, other driver on cell) several months ago and have since been diagnosed and being treated for ptsd. My doctor recommended the use of medical marijuana. Since it is a medication will it be covered in my settleme...
It is unlikely that any specific medication will be itemized or specified in the calculations of your settlement other than a surgical intervention need or maybe a specific expensive cortical steroid for some permanent lung conditions, as we have seen from our experience. However it can factor in as future pain and suffering and future pain medication. You should sit down with a personal injury attorney and talk in greater depth with them.See question
Can your account be garnished or attached without being first served with a summons to respond to a lawsuit?
The creditor can only go into your account with either authorization by you the debtor or after judgment, obtaining a bank execution. If you are dealing with a payday loan however, all bets are off. Don't ever ever use a payday loan.See question
I fell at work on Nov 11 2014 die to chicken grease leaking from a bucket in the back room. I have been trying to get my surgery approved, but keep getting told by my case manager she will let me know by the end of the week. I have been told that ...
In my opinion, you definitely need a workers compensation attorney. You can check avvo to find a good workers comp attorney that focuses on that area of law. The consultation should be free. Workers comp attorneys gets paid on contingency. Christopher Hite, an attorney in your area, focuses on Worker's Compensation.See question
My wife and I have filed for divorce, we have not been to court yet and we still live together. She has a male "friend" who she spends every waking minute with, has more or less allowed him to move in with us, and has on occasion taken showers wit...
You can file a pendente lite motion for possession of the residency and get a hearing before the divorce or you can ask them nicely not to copulate in your shared home, or you can move out.See question
I was awarded a judgment in 2006, the defendant started paying and stopped. The last payment was received in June of 2006
You should consult with an experienced collection attorney as soon as possible. There is a 10 year statute of limitations on a judgment which means you are running out of time to collect. A collection attorney, like myself, will often do an asset search and research the debtors job to determine which way to collect would be best. My office will usually attempt to obtain a wage garnishment, a property execution, or a bank execution.See question
Ok I bought a 2013 Nissan Altima 4 days later it was total my mom was driving I had a 2003 Sentra that I did a voluntary repo on since I had the new car but now it's hard for me to get into a new car because I have no money for a down payment and ...
Your question is entirely unclear. Is the other driver your mother? Or is the other driver someone who caused the accident unrelated to you? If the car was totaled due to the negligence of another driver, you may have a claim against them for your property damage.See question
and concussion. My attorney has provided me with the numbers says he's trying to get more but I have to continuously call him. His follow through now is horrible. Can some one provide me with some advice as to what my next steps should be?
You should set up a meeting with them ASAP to discuss this and remind them that you can take your file back at no cost to you and bring it to a new attorney.See question
Customer was told she can't return it
My office handles a great amount of lemon law and consumer cases. If you can provide some more background and details, we can give you a comprehensive answer.See question
The other driver is covered by insurance and I am in the process of this for damages. However, I would like to know if after this is done, do I have any recourse in filing a lawsuit against the driver personally or against any establishment who a...
You definitely have recourse. There is something called a dram shop act in the state of Connecticut that can be filed to go after any establishment that may have contributed to an already intoxicated person becoming more intoxicated. Time is of the essence in matters like this. It is very important that you see a qualified attorney as soon as possible. My office has handled many cases like this. Please feel free to contact us for more information.See question