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In 2011 my residence in Florida was sold via a deed in lieu. There was a deficiency that I was told would not be perused. The bank is now persuing the deficiency. My residence is now in Georgia.
Assuming the right steps were or are taken and a Georgia recording occurs your home, wages and bank account can be at risk.See question
I had no idea I even had a case against me. I just did a search for my name on the website. This is what it said... 09/2008 Order filed Order Rule Nisi above stated Motion is hereby set for Hearing on @9:00 am in Courtroom xxx. ...
Apparently you lost a case prior to that date, were sent post-judgment interrogatories, and ignored them. As to whether this is a problem now, it depends what the judge did at the rule nisi and whether the judgment was renewed since. Sit down with a lawyer to determine if the judgment remains enforceable, and also to discuss if there were service problems years ago.See question
If the child was injured, possibly. Minors present extra issues such as a possible probate court order. See a lawyer ASAP.See question
My husband filed for a divorce, we no longer want to go through with it. I just got served the papers two weeks ago and have not even submitted an answer yet. Both he and I are under a restraining order keeping us from moving out of the county, no...
To stop a case the plaintiff must file a dismissal. If the defendant has a counterclaim, that would also have to be dismissed.
Because you say there is an existing order, have a lawyer read it to be sure nothing else is needed. It could be the general standing order or something unique to your case. The former won't matter. The latter might.See question
Hello, I have to submit written statement from friend/family regarding a divorce decades ago. According to i130 instructions: You may submit two or more written statements from individuals who were living at the time and who have personal ...
You posted this in a part of AVVO that divorce lawyers see, but most immigration lawyers don't. (I'm not an immigration lawyer). It appears to be an immigration issue, so I will try and move it there for you, and hopefully then it can get replies.
While immigration lawyers can give a better answer, the best evidence of a divorce is the court's final decree, signed by the judge. Certified copies are easily obtainable from court clerks.See question
I called the trustee attorney assigned to my chapter 7 case to see if there is anything I need to do. The office advised me to bring a hard copy of my taxes and my license and ss card to the 341 meeting and otherwise no actions currently were nee...
Hard to say-and it sounds like you're pro se,a VERY bad idea. Over 80% of pro se Chapter 7s have significant problems, versus just a few percentage points for cases with lawyers.
Since you're pro se, you can't use the websites most of the Trustees in Atlanta use to get taxes and pay advices in advance, so the chances for a reset meeting are higher for you Attorneys will also know, and this varies by Trustee, which Trustees will see certain things and want more info (like home appraisals, bank or retirement records, etc).
In some cases the 341is your only interaction and the case ends in about4 months. In others the contact may be frequent and the case maybe open for many more months, or years. Your odds of losing a car,home, other assets or retirement, or of not having adischarge for some or all debts, or not eliminating a lien,are far higher than cases with a lawyer.See question
My former employer wrote me a check for an amount as bonus, There was no indication on the check what it was for and i just deposited it but at time he wrote the check it was verbally agreed it was a bonus. Now he is claiming it was loan and i ...
Do NOT discuss this by phone at all with them. If they write you or sue you consult with a lawyer. It may boil down in court someday to who is more believable. But again - no verbal discussions. A lawyer letter from your side may help.See question
A contractor released a toxic chemical into my home while performing work. The contractor failed to follow the manufactures instructions and warning about the toxic nature of the chemical. He told me it was safe to reenter my home. I have develope...
Get a lawyer immediately. Without proper him testing and medical records, done in a way that they are admissable in court, your case may fail. And usually you can't guess at damages, but experts properly vetted by your lawyer can quantify numbers. Additionally without counsel you'll be lucky if an insurer offers even a tiny fraction of what they'd pay with counsel. Since you don't pay a lawyer unless you win you'd be making a huge mistake not to get a lawyer.See question
My husband and I have been helping a 10 yr old out and he has been living with us 5 days a week and with his mom 2 days because of her work schedule. Next school year we offered for him to stay with us to go to a better school but the school requ...
Collecting government benefits for a child not living with someone is likely a crime and obviously no lawyer is going to facilitate a crime. She'd certainly have to report the custody change to appropriate agencies . Since you could be at risk over this, talk to a lawyer and be sure the custody change is properly disclosed.See question
I have screenshots of messages and Facebook post from the father's girlfriend and wanted to use them in court. I read several cases and some judges threw them out because the other person could proof that it came from the girlfriends page and som...
If relevant, and properly offered they can be used. It is unlikely a pro se litigants will know the rules of evidence to get them admitted, but an attorney will. Pro se custody litigants generally do badly and your mistakes will be unfixable. Get counsel. It matters.See question