I currently reported a ex to the IRS for under reporting his income on his tax returns for the last two years. He owns his own business so his income is undocumented. He also had his taxes admended three year prior all to pay less in child support...
You're better off hiring a Private Investigator to get shots of him coming out of his new home and getting into his sports car and driving around town. That might make the case sexy for a prosecutor. And if you retain a lawyer to hire the investigator, then you have attorney-client privilege that extends to you, the attorney and the investigator.See question
My aunt has power of attorney and health care proxy over my mother. She is not taking my mothers care into consideration and instead looks into distance traveling. I want to contest and place power of attorney in my name.
You may consider an Article 81 Guardianship as an option. The Supreme Court will have the power to entertain both the POA and the HCP AND potentially make you the guardian. Depending on how the Supreme Court interprets the case law, you may have to make a showing that your mother was without proper capacity when she signed the documents OR a fiduciary breach of duty by your sister AND why you are qualified to be the guardian. Call a lawyer.See question
Do you have to get a lawyer to contest the will if someone feels the exicitor isn't doing their job and respecting the will? My brother is the exicitor of my mothers will and we feel he is not upholding the will or being honest with all the benifi...
You need to hire a lawyer and that person can petition for a great many things including an accounting and, if appropriate, the removal of your brother as Executor.See question
I had a foreclosure sale of my property is it over for me
Hire a lawyer to bring an Order to Show Cause.See question
i had a macy store card which was charged off in 10/2009. no activity since. about two years ago i started taking care of my credit. i noticed since 1/16 macys started reporting i have missed payments. i have made contacted macys and they informed...
Send them a debt validation letter and give them notice of your rights under the Fair Credit Reporting Act. The SOL ran already, but it a 7 year from the charge-off for credit reporting. If they persist in reporting the debt after October, start sending them faxes and certified letters and then go see a lawyer. If bill collectors call you, send them debt validation letters immediately because you then may have a claim under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.See question
I'm trying some estate but I was having some doubts.
You can have your will stored with the Surrogate's Court in the County where you live in New York. You can also consider a trust with a fiduciary that would be compelled to report your death such as an attorney, trust company or bank.See question
This has probably been asked a million times, but I am having hard time finding the answer at Avvo... CASE 1. I am a US resident, transferring $150,000 as a gift to my parents abroad, who are neither US citizens nor US residents. CASE 2. Same ...
You may be required to file a form 3520. Talk to a tax lawyer.See question
I am worried about the implications of moving my home into a life estate to my grandson. Can I transfer my home to my grandson who is 8 years old through a life estate?
You must be of legal age to own property outright in New York. Why not use a trust? Call an estate planning attorney.See question
Hello, I'm married and have two children. We are lived full 2015 year in New York. In 2015 year My case is pending asylum status and in February 2016 I received employment authorization with SSN. Previous year I earned income like self-employment ...
If you are physically present in the United States for greater than 183 days in the taxable year, you are a US person for tax purposes and thus subject to US taxation on your world-wide income.See question
I’m putting my house up as collateral as a guarantee on a business loan, I have to pay a mortgage on the property, New York State
The mortgage interest deduction should remain in tact even in a situation of cross collateralization, so long as the real property is the primary personal residence.See question