I am living in Cary, NC in a community controlled by HOA. I submitted a request to our HOA for getting an approval to build a privacy fence that covers backyard and side yard. Since our house backyard is part of Cul de sac and front is on communit...
You have the same options anyone does who has put themselves in a situation where they need permission to do something they want to do. Beg, bribe, force (or some combination of those 3 things) or do what you want without permission. Take your pick and best of luck.See question
My husband left me about 10 months ago now he wants to get a divorce. I had to move out of my home I couldn't afford any more.i am having panic attacks bad dream put me on medication
You should have consulted and likely hired an attorney 10 months ago - do that now ASAP. You likely have affordable options to help you get through this.See question
I filed for an absolute divorce a few days ago and served the defendant through certified mail. So i need to fill out an affidavit of service and attach the return reciept ( green card). I asked the women an the clerk of court where i could get th...
This is the biggest problem with doing your own divorce. Even if you google it and find some examples - because you are not an attorney, you will never be quite sure you have the right form. In fact, you likely have no idea if your complaint or your judgment is properly drafted or if what you have put in or left out that wasn't needed or was needed and that should be a bad feeling to have. Divorce files are public records so one option is you could very nicely ask one of the clerks to let you see a completed divorce file and just copy one from there. Best of luck.See question
Simply put, I met a woman and we are interested in each other. I am single, never married, no kids and she is recently, legally, separated from her husband. She has a step-son as well with him. Is it okay to date or should I just wait until the di...
There is no such thing as legally separated in North Carolina - one is simply either separated or they are not. So what do you mean by 'legally'? If you mean she actually has a written separation agreement, and if that agreement was properly drafted, it should contain a clause that states she can date and associate as if single (or words to that effect). If she has an agreement with that language you should be good to go. As to the child if you mean she is a step-mom and the child is her husband's child - I don't see an issue there either. However, Agreement or not, anytime you get involved with a married woman there is the possibility of something bad happening.See question
I have a retired SM my soon to be ex husband is active in the military I found him cheating multiple times so we separated over a year ago. I got into a relationship with another SM on a different installation different state etc. ended up getting...
Possibly. Each command treats these things differently. A well liked service member with a lenient command could have no problem at all or a lot of bad things could happen - you just never know.See question
I'm living under name through usage. everything under that name except marriage and birth certificate. Should I attempt to change it back to former name?
This is an odd question - so much so I'm wondering if this is a joke. I assume what you mean is you have been using a name other than the one you were born with and are wondering what will happen when you die since you aren't using your real name. If so, first of all using a name other than your real name is fine as long as you have been using that name consistently and non-fraudulently. If you have been using a fake name for fraudulent purposes that could be a problem - but definitely not after you are dead. When you do die it is very likely they will use your legal name (the one on your birth certificate) on your death certificate. As to proving you are dead - a doctor does that - but I assume you mean how will they know what your real name is. Well there are several ways: from your birth certificate; leave a will; from family / friends; wear dog tags with your real name or get your real name tattooed on your chest - the options are almost limitless. As to going back to your real name, that's up to you but if you do you need to do that consistently and non-fraudulently. I basically wouldn't worry about it if I were you - when you are dead you likely won't care about anything anymore.See question
My friend lives in Nc in a mobile home she pays no rent and has no lease. She has been here for 5 years. I came to live with her a little over a year ago. I am disabled and now the owner has sold the mobile home. The new owner told us we have ...
There's no way to know for sure but 45 days is a good rough average. If you haven't been paying rent, you are basically a squatter and you ought to be grateful, thank the owner for allowing you to stay there as long as they did and attempt to move out as soon as possible. However, even ungrateful squatters have to be evicted but that can be done fairly quickly, so you can basically legally stay until a sheriffs deputy comes to physically throw you out. Of course, this is good 'ol boy North Carolina where landlords / owners often don't do things the legal way but if the owner does do things legally and has even the tiniest bit of intelligence and imagination there are lots of nasty but legal things they can do to motivate you to move on far quicker than 45 days. So your best bet is to get to packin' because one way or another if the owner wants you out - your getting put out.See question
I just want to know if this justifys a lawsuit?
Likely not. If you found it, it didn't hurt you. Even if you had ate it, you couldn't prove you didn't put it there. Maggots get into stuff - its part of life and strike 3 - you're out. Of course, it never hurts to consult with a local attorney - there may be facts you didn't mention which could make a difference.See question
No longer getting alone and relationship is dead.
You move away from each other. Do that for a year with at least one of you still residing in North Carolina, scrape up $395 and its like it never happenedSee question
I need closure. I reported a car accident caused by a distracted driver who didn't see a car stalled in the road. The driver of the stalled car was blamed for the accident. The distracted driver hit one car head on and pushed this car into the ...
You don't say who determined you were at fault. Were you charged? Did an insurance adjuster assign fault? Without more information it is impossible to know the reason and whether that reason has any meritSee question