Got dental work done in which I was paying the monthly fee of 30 dollars, I spoke to the law firm and agreed to pay a monthly fee/payment they then sent me a consent judgement. I do not plan to signed this. Monday I plan to call them back and te...
When they don't accept your proposal and you lose at trial, then you get garnisheed, and that will include the costs, and the payment rate will probably be higher than you were offered.See question
I applied for a court name change and was approved, I sent the form to Uscis to replace my green card with my new name and I already received the notice of action stating that my case was received but the new greencard hasn't been printed yet, can...
I don't know why you posted this as a "credit card fraud" question as it has doesn't appear to be that. By doing that. criminal and debt/bankruptcy lawyers saw it, but immigration lawyers didn'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.See question
I understand it's complicated to legally change my 2 year olds name after divorce and requires many different requirements for the actual legal last name change. However, can I use my maiden name as her last name (not on official documents), but h...
When he goes 5 years without support get a lawyer for a name change. Since school is "official" they'll use her real name and your proposal would cause her problems and may be illegal. But since school doesn't start until around age 5 the problem really isn't one yet anyway.See question
I was placed on sentinel probarion on December (12 months) & I have done the risk reduction, paid fines this past week just haven't completed the ASAM level 1 classes & I'm trying to move out fo state. What should I do in this case ?
Moving from the state without court permission is a probation violation that can land you in jail. An attorney can likely set up an amended order that lets you move and complete probation. You probably can't do this pro se.See question
I lived in some apartments in 2003 and they have just decided to garnish my wages is this legal???
I saw your comment to Scott. In some cases service on an adult given to a minor may be valid. Depending on when you were sued, what happened in the suit and possible renewal of judgment, a garnishment now is possible. If you have defenses you will lose them without a lawyer and your time windows now are short. So get copies of all the cases Monday and see a lawyer by Tuesday.See question
My ex's girlfriend lives with him she has a history of violence, drugs, and other charges. She has created fake Facebook accounts to send me ugly messages and I don't trust her around my son. His dad has also sent me threatening messages and on nu...
Until he legitimized the child he has no rights.
Without a lawyer you likely will not get to present most of your evidence since you don't know the rules of evidence. You might even lose custody.
You need a lawyer very early in the case so you can present the best possible case.See question
Can my car get repo if my original lender is one company and I am behind on a loan I took from Instaloan 1000 my account from Instaloan has been turned over to first Franklin can they repo my car if my lender is through another finance company?? H...
Whether they will repo depends on the math but if they don't thelawsuit and likely future garnishment will be just as bad. Get a lawyer now to see ifyou need bankruptcy or other relief (if available) before the worst happens.See question
Is it legal for me to install a dash cam in order to prove fault in case I get into an accident? Is it legal for me to install a dash cam for the interior view in case I drive for Uber/Lyft?
Sure it's legal. Lots of people use them.See question
I have a custody and child support agreement in place, and in it it states my child's father may see him every third weekend of the month plus every other major holiday and every summer for two separate two week periods. His father never exercises...
No one can give odds, and given the enormous legal fees in a contested case, and your odds shrink without counsel, the legal fees would be more than any possible savings.See question
I adopted my nephew now he wants to live with his godmother what age can he decide to let the judge know and what are the age laws in Georgia
Adoptees don't get to pick new parents. Until 18 he lives where you say.See question