I had a business in little rock . I had several different accounts and I still haven't gotten paid for one of my jobs . how do I go about getting them to pay? I used out of pocket, i expected to get that money back, when they paid there bill. ...
You can file a lawsuit to get a judgment against the other party for what they owe you. Depending on the amount owed, you may be able to bring in the small claims division of the District Court.See question
I am a mother of two. I have custody of my youngest son. My oldest son is with my mother. I did sign a paper saying she has guardianship of my oldest temporarily.But I am trying to bring him home now. The papers were signed outside of a convenient...
As Mr. Rafter stated, there isn't any way for anyone to give you an opinion about the effect of what you signed without knowing what it was that you signed.
You should gather up any paperwork related to the guardianship and make an appointment to speak with an attorney so they may see what happened and determine what you need to do next.See question
Over a year ago my Ex-wife pressed domestic battery charges against me and I didn't find out about it till a few weeks ago. The judge entered a not guilty plea and established a no contact order against me. My mother stated to me the last time my ...
Speak with an attorney right away. One of the limitations of the Internet forums is that you cannot have an effective back and forth communication (and when you are facing criminal charges you do not want to post too much on a public forum), but it appears that there may be an issue with the statute of limitations if charged as a misdemeanor (e.g. D.B. 3rd) or there may be a speedy trial violation.See question
Me and my wife seperarated I moved out own my own there's no children involved no real estate involved don't hv any assets except my car which is paid off and her truck which she is making the payments on her own thts it
The length of the marriage can be a factor in the size of a spouse's share of the other's retirement, but the length of the marriage does not determine whether or not the retirement can be divided between the two spouses.
Whether the Court will divide the retirement will depend on whether the retirement is marital property or not - - - meaning whether the retirement was vested and how much of it was earned during the marriage.See question
My granddaughter was molested at a pre school was attending
First thing is to contact the State Police Crimes Against Children unit.See question
When I was 17 I had a failed surgical abortion, I now have abdominal pains and a 2 year old I can barely take care of. This was almost 3 years ago. I have paperwork. Can i sue?
There isn't enough detail in your post for anyone to determine if you have an actionable claim (and you won't be able to provide enough over an Internet forum), but you may have missed the statute of limitations to bring a lawsuit. You may want to get your records and speak with a medical malpractice attorney as soon as possible because if it's not too late now, it soon will be.See question
I'm buying a car from carmart. It's messing up and I can't afford to fix if they have sold me a default car. All the materials and car parts needed to fix it will cost more than what the car is worth. I was told it would be easier to get a differe...
The Lemon Law does not apply to used cars, which I am assuming this one is.
That would mean that you would have to look at the provisions of your contract to see what relief, if any, would be available to you - such as warranty, etc.See question
My husband died and I can not afford the car payment. Can I return the car and not be responsible for the debt
Someone isn't responsible for the debts of their deceased spouse just by virtue of being their spouse, but of course they may still be liable if they were a co-signer on the loan. The lender may also look to make a claim against the estate of the deceased spouse if there are sufficient assets.See question
My son's non-custodial parent is in debt for child support in excess of $20,000. The case is unfortunately being handled by the Pine Bluff, AR OCSE, where the caseworkers are lackadaisical, unconcerned and have not been enforcing the case over the...
You can always retain your own attorney. If you do so, your private attorney can enter their appearance on your behalf and file a motion seeking to enforce the child support obligation.
The upside to this is that you are more likely to get individualized attention from a private attorney, though you should also be aware that there may be a reason why OCSE is having difficulty enforcing the support, such as if the obligor keeps quitting their job and is difficult to find.See question
Purchased a car almost 3 years ago. Vehicle repossessed due to insurance. Was told to get insurance. Did that. Then told to pay 300.00 repo fee. Ok. But was told i had to pay the 19,000 because a gps supposedly was taken off the car 4 days after...
You will need someone to look over the contract for the sale of the car to see what your rights and responsibilities are under the contract. $19,000.00 seems a bit steep for a GPS, perhaps there was a clause that would accelerate the loan if the GPS was removed because it would make it more difficult for them to find the car to repossess it if there was a default on the loan. Perhaps they didn't follow up on that because you were making payments for those three years, and that may or may not bring up a waiver issue. The short answer, however, is that nobody can interpret the language of a contract without reading the contract.See question