I'm 19 and I'm going buy a moped soon. They told me that I won't get the keys until I get my license even though I'm paying for it.
You are legally an adult at 18, however, the way in which you handle/are handled by your parents is up to you. so - if you did not "give" the keys to your parents )"for keeps") and they refuse to return them, they have "converted" them, which is like a non-criminal theft. You can see a lawyer for more info. As another answer notes - if you live at home, you have to weigh the risks and benefits of your options. Good luck.See question
I got pulled over for break light bring out cop smelled weed searches the car finds weed an cocaine but does not charge me with nothing didnt give me no paper work but says I will get a warrant an then let me go
Danville is a small town, which you know, right? Consider yourself lucky and avoid drugs and be aware of your surroundings. Take care.See question
Ist offense DUI
you ask a good - but unclear question, since "ETG" is not a recognized acronym. As to VASAP, you will have the same course regardless of your BAC. However, if your BAC is either over ..15 or over .20, OTHER penalties and duties will be imposed. Best bet is to get a lawyer to assist in the entire process - Good luck!See question
My sister wants security in money I owe her which is fine with me. How can I add her name to my house deed
Io you owe any money on your house and have a deed of trust (what Virginia calls mortgages) the trust likely has a "due on sale" clause. These provide that if title changes in any way, the lender can call the entire loan due. You can think about giving her a lien on the property by executing a deed of trust for her benefit. Or you can add her as an owner - which is risky, since she could ask the court to sell the property and divide the proceeds. It sounds like you would benefit from talking to a lawyer to determine your options and the risks/benefits of each. Good luck.See question
On Nov 2015 my license was suspended indefinitely in court for dui conviction. However, dmv didn't suspend my license. Can I legally drive?
You can NOT drive legally, since both the Court and DMV have the power to suspend your license. Usually, DMV is notified by the clerk of the court, after which it notes and suspends your license, This means that you have to pay the fees to DMV to get your license re-issued - when that time comes. Good luck.See question
Order entered 3/14, I never received the mailed copy, until 3/27, postmarked the 24. I had called the court to find out if/when it was entered, when they told me, I went down requested a copy and filed an appeal. This was on a Friday (3/24, time 2...
Generally, a deadline starts on the day after an action is taken, since the day the action is taken cannot logically be the day after it was taken. Your reference to the mailed copy is not relevant. Go look at the court file to see if your appeal is noted. Be sure to file any bond or post cash by the 30th day after the order. Good luck.See question
I have a felon record and am having a hard time finding jobs to hire me I need a job to pay my court fees bad. any help on how or where I can get hired.
While your question is not a legal one, it relates to something that many felons have to deal with - - the difficulty of getting a job! If you have a good driving record you can try to be a delivery driver. Construction trades also accept folks with a record. Self employed landscapers also make money. Good luck!See question
My husband passed and all his newer paperwork stated me as his benificiary. He was active duty military and he never updated his actual policy it had his mother on the policy but it is from 2014.all his other military paperwork that was recently u...
Since life insurance policies are contracts, they are interpreted according to what they say. So, if the policy lists someone other than you as the beneficiary, that will prevail, absent fraud or other exceptional factor. Sorry. YOu can seek the interpretation of the policy by a lawyer - the AVVO find a lawyer feature is helpful.See question
I inherit part of a house from my mother abroad. But I want to give up my inheritence and devolve my sibling (who is living in that house) the right to have it completely for his own an take full benefit and responsible for the house. How and wher...
Matters that relate to real state are handled in the country and city/county where the property is located. You can likely sign a deed that transfers your interest in the property - but to be sure that it is in proper form, you can use a lawyer "abroad." Good luck.See question
I was served at the beginning of this month and my court date is this Wednesday. I found it difficult to get a hold of my attorney because of our complete opposite schedules. So at this point I know that he will represent me, however, the court da...
after your lawyer is retained, he/she can ask the court for a continuance - that is her/his job. Confirm that the lawyer is on your case - otherwise ask for a continuance and tell the truth as to why. Most judges understand that a date chosen without a person's available dates may have to be changed. Good luck!See question