It's not a huge judgement, but for me it is a matter of principal. I want to pursue garnishment of her wages as she has no assets.
First, unless you have a contract that provides for Attorney's fees should enforcement be be salary, they are not collectible.
Second, Attorney’s rarely appear in Conciliation (small claims) court. In the event they do, the court will not award legal fees in addition to a Judgment.See question
I was dealing with a guy for over a year that lives in Minneapolis. I just recently found out he was living a double life. He got upset because his wife and I found out about each other and he tried to deny who I was to prove to her he didn't kn...
There is nothing to file. The police did not recommend charges or write a citation. You would likely be best advised to cease all contact with the individual and move on.See question
My manager at work gave my personal cell number to a friend of hers that sells cosmetics without my consent. The makeup lady already texted me 3X and I hate being bothered. I feel like my privacy was violated. Can I sue?
Is it appropriate? probably not. Is it unlawful? No. You also would be hard pressed to prove damages based on the facts presented.See question
We are full time RVers, married one year. He is a millionaire but abusive. I work for him as his office manager. I had to leave my home/car when married due to him needing to leave minnesota. He offered $50,000, bit I don't think that is enough to...
Your matter would have to be reviewed in far more detail. However, spousal support on a one year marriage would be unlikely. What property settlement is appropriate would depend on a number of things including interest and assets accrued during the marriage. You would be wise to retain a lawyer.See question
I'm asking because I'm writing a modernized Cinderella story, and can't find anything on the internet that answers this question. Would Cinderella's stepmother go to jail? Would her step-sisters? What could she be charged with? If convicted how sh...
If Cinderella was still a minor, child protection would certainly be involved. There will be services including parenting classes, perhaps a psychological a valuation and more. As an adult, she could take a restraining order. Nothing in the story as far as I know implicates physical abuse which would be an assault, and a criminal matter.See question
My daughter told me her dad has been touching her. He has no rights to her not even visitation. I have full custody. After she told me I haven't allowed him to see her. He did show up at her school to see her one day tho. And she had surgery and...
You cannot prevent someone from availing themselves of the law, meaning you cannot prevent them from calling the police or child protection should they believe an offense has occurred.See question
I was charged with DWI and I am serving a five-year conditional release and would like to know this answer so I can proceed
Is it possible to bring an action to have conditional release declared unconstitutional? yes. However, there must be some legal basis in order to succeed. Why do you believe it was unconstittuional?See question
I was stopped outside the doors and asked told I couldn't leave because I hadn't paid for my items. I left my cart and went to go to my car to look for my wallet after realizing I hadn't paid. Then the person who stopped who looked like maybe a ca...
The ticket is unlikely to be simply dismissed. You may, however, have a defense to the theft charge which can only be determined after reviewing all of the evidence including the necessary store videos , if any. You should retain an experienced criminal defense later immediately.See question
I was charged with a dwi and in my trial my breath test was dismissed but my case went on and was found guilty of dwi.
Yes. A DWI can be based on a blood alcohol content from a breath, blood or urine test or it may be based on the driving conduct o and other observations of the officer demonstrating that e driver was impaired.See question
My ex and I have been in court a LOT over stuff related to our divorce. The judge ordered my ex to pay my attorney fees for her conduct, and the order became a judgment, but she keeps claiming she doesn't have the money to pay me. It looks like ...
No. You cannot seek the money she paid her lawyer. You can file a Motion seeking contempt and suggesting an attachment of any liquid assets.See question