Divorce settlements are typically all about income and expenses, past, present and future, and how these should be allocated. Any objection would be need to be tailored and fact specific. For example, is the subpoena over broad, irrelevant, invasive of your privacy rights, potentially embarrassing, and not calculated to lead to discoverable material, etc.? I've changed the category to Divorce & Separation because the discovery rules in domestic support cases are somewhat different than for commercial litigation. Because your husband is represented by legal counsel you should be as well.See question
I am being sued by a non profit org along with 4 others for allegedly making statements that they considered malicious, libelous, and defamatory in a closed Facebook group.
The legal standards concerning defamation and malice are arcane and not well known by the public or even most lawyers who do not practice in this area. On the other hand, there are lawyers and law firms who specialize in libel, medial law and first-amendment issues. You should defer to the experts and engage the best media lawyer you can afford. I changed the category to Libel & Slander so more Avvo colleagues may weigh in. Good luck.See question
I sent a complaint about a Customer violating their company policies. The support group did nothing! I sent complaints to attorney general and Bureau just to see something and nothing! The business is a video game company. What else can I ...
I agree with attorney D'Esposito. Often the marketplace controls. See if there is a FAQ or community blog you can post to. In addition, if you read the online terms of service agreement carefully it is likely to lead you to a dispute resolution process or to legal or compliance counsel to whom you can direct your concerns regarding a customer's violations. I changed the category to Internet.See question
"Person Issuing this Summons" was left unsigned and not dated. Why did the officer do that?
Affixing signature to a New Jersey summons is a ministerial act. It should have been signed and dated but the issuer made a mistake. Ask the issuer.See question
Is email an acceptable method to notify a party or do you have to use another delivery method - USPS, UPS, Fed Ex etc. If you can prove the document was received and opened, is that sufficient?
Absent a particular statute or contract provision, safest delivery methods are personal delivery and certified mail, return receipt requested.See question
Defendant moved to change venue in the county he believed was proper. Our Motion was granted but the order didn't set forth defendant's time to answer or move. Does the Order changing venue restart the clock for defendant to answer or move? And ...
The venue order should ordinarily speak to the time to respond. In an abundance of caution why not enter into a written stipulation with plaintiff's attorney fixing the day by which defendant must answer or move against the summons and complaint? Good luck.See question
My ex wife lawyer called me today asking to agree to a motion of continue before taking the motion to court. Should I agree to it or file an objection? I feel like rescheduling the court date is not in my favor and her lawyer wants to reschedule t...
Hard to say without meeting you and understanding the history and any time-sensitive issues. On the other hand, you may need the next adjournment. What goes around comes around.See question
I worked with this person online through PayPal payments for Facebook marketing and I had had no issues all last year in 2016. In February of 2017, we talked over the phone about a deal he was giving me for Facebook promotion but when I spoke on s...
You may be able to sue in New York but may have to settle for small claims court in Florida where he resides and presumably has assets.Get an agreement in writing next time. Contact a Florida online services attorney or Google "Florida small claims court." Even if you obtain a judgment you will still need to collect, which may not be easy without help. Sounds like this may turn out to be an expensive lesson.See question
I have several loans that I made to a family member who ran an LLC business. There were several loans in cash but the following were issued by check. Oct 2011 $6,304.15 repaid $2,300.00, Oct 2013 $3,567.94 and Aug 2014 (personally signed off tha...
Unless there is a bankruptcy case filed there is no specific claims date. There are statutory limitation periods in which to file claims. Meet asap with a business lawyer in confidence to help evaluate your options and recommended next steps.See question
Can a rental car company ask you to pay for the damages to the rental car even after I purchased their collision damage waiver insurance? I hit a deer and its really minor and nothing happened to the deer nor the car. But since I didnt inform th...
Read the contract with the rental company carefully. You probably needed to file an incident report and police report. Contact an attorney and your own car insurance provider. You may be covered under your own policy.See question