I live in a country with no extradition treaty with the US. I have some business to conduct at the local embassy. However, while I have not fled prosecution (I arrived here pre-charge), I do have a warrant for my arrest in the US. If I walk into...
I agree with Mr. Press. That's not the usual role for embassies, and the host country might need to cooperate in extradition unless the U.S. thinks you are valuable enough to kidnap from the embassy grounds to the airport, but the embassy grounds, itself, is U.S. territory.See question
I seeking to recover financial damage on our company business dealings after we closed out the company. Is a small cliam case, so the question is can I sue on behalf of my closed company? (Single person company) or the company have the sue...
It is permissible for a corporation to wrap up affairs even after its charter expires. This does not include new business and does not allow the officers to cherry-pick the receivables while stiffing the payables.There are circumstances, however, where an insider can "buy" the company's claim for unpaid deferred compensation. It might not be worth the planning to pursue a small claims case.See question
“[U]nder Rule 45(b)(3), the Court lacks the power to issue subpoenas in foreign countries to persons other than nationals or residents of the United States.” Camargo v. MILTIADOUS, Dist. Court, ND California 2015
It starts with Letters Rogatory, and if you can prove to me that you've succeeded at this yourself without counsel in at least one and probably both countries, I'll buy the beer to toast you!See question
From my understanding, if a US President takes assistance from another country with which the US is not at war, to tamper presidential campaign or election, it is a federal felony. But does the president not have any immunity to defend himself f...
The President has the power of pardon. No president has ever used it to pardon himself, including Nixon. I think most scholars would think the President has that power, but it would not block -- and would probably draw.-- an impeachment by Congress.See question
I'm in jail
We need much more detail in order to help, and you'll probably get better help from an immigration and naturalization lawyer, so I've recategorized your question.See question
I was larcened of 2020 and extorted of p healthcare Corp prodigy
I agree with Mr. Isquith that I have no idea what you are asking. Please get someone to help you construct your question, but, if the information is confidential, so not reveal it to a non-lawyer.See question
My mom Passed away In January and I am selling her home.
Since the title agent in a sale of real estate is generally selected by the buyer, it might be wise of you to retain an attorney to let ok over the Settlement Statement or TRID and join you at the Closing. All expenses paid by Seller should be clearly shown on the TRID.See question
A house was forwarded to my mother's name and is now unclaimed because she is deceased.
Since I'm not sure what you mean when you say that the property was forwarded to your mother, I would suggest that you start with a full title search to confirm present title. You will then need to file a Petition for Probate and follow the Rules of Court applicable at the time of her death. If you cannot afford these steps, do not delay in seeking counsel. Property values are soaring in many neighborhoods in the District, and there are investors willing to contract to buy the house and refer you to qualified counsel.See question
I have 0 "ZERO" experience in real estate, I have friends(from abroad) with a lot of money who want to invest in real estate here (US) and they're somehow relying on me to find deals so that they come in and purchase properties. The obvious questi...
Step One: Get licensed as a real estate salesman, associate broker, or broker. Without that, you cannot legally collect a fee for selling or buying real estate for someone other than yourself.See question