If a private forensic accountant discovers hidden assets after my Dislussion of marriage. Do I have five years to motion the court for jurisdiction for rwmidail rights the hidden assets. Or how does this work if I find hidden material?
You have five years to seek redistribution of marital assets based on a failure to disclose.See question
I am being harrased by by the I r s officer that if I don't come up with some money he was going to have a rest warrent out for my arrest
Make sure you are actually dealing with the IRS. This sounds like it may be a scam.
If you are dealing with a an actual criminal investigation of tax fraud then more information is needed to give you any useful advice, but you should not post any information about a criminal investigation online. You need to schedule a consultation with a criminal defense attorney.See question
There is a real estate broker in Denver that is repeatedly violating the advertising rules set out by the real estate commission. I am a competing broker. The broker's behavior violating the advertising rules is negatively impacting my business...
How much money do you want to spend pursuing the matter?
There actually is a theory under which you might be able to sue the competing broker and seek to recover your costs and attorney fees if you win. This is called the Latham Act and is a claim under federal law. However, if you don't win, then you will have spent a lot of money pursuing the matter.
You will have to prove false and misleading advertising (not just ads that violate DORA rules) which have caused your business harm. These claims are complicated and can be expensive to pursue. Litigation can take many months to get to trial in federal court. Further, even if you prevail and are awarded attorney fees, it can take time to actually collect on the judgment. At best, you will spend a significant amount of money at the outset of the case and may recover those costs from the Defendant many months later.
You need to determine whether you want to invest the resources to pursue this case. If you decide this is a step you want to take, you should schedule a consultation with an attorney.See question
I am turning 17 year this upcoming February and I was wondering what say I will have when it comes to living with the parent of my choosing. Both parents have joint custody and neither are acholics nor abusive, but my mother and I do not get alon...
It is up to your parents to make that decision. If your father believes that a change would be in your best interests, then he can file a motion to modify the parenting time orders. If he does this, then your wishes can be taken into account by the judge, but ultimately it is up to your parents, or if they cannot agree, the judge, to determine what the arrangement will be.See question
My brother and the mom of my nephew are both heroin addicts. My brother was recently shot in the arm and trying right recover however they are both still using. In the mean time I have thier son that is 2 years old since the beginning of January. ...
Once the child has been with you for six months, you have standing to file for allocation of parental responsibilities and get custody orders entered. If it is necessary to get court paperwork before then you could file for temporary guardianship. It would be a good idea to talk with an experienced family law attorney.See question
Our 16 yr old is out of control: drugs, stealing, and even resorted to physical assault on his mother! We want to relinquish our parental rights, how can we accomplish this legally? What are some of the requirements that a judge will grant this re...
The child will have to be found to be dependent and neglected and will then be taken into state custody. You and your wife will have an obligation to pay child support. You may want to discuss this with an attorney before contacting social services.See question
My Divorce hearing is tomorrow, I am doing it Pro Se. Can I request from the Judge, that my husband pay my attorney's fees. . . with the process: " Evening of the Playing Field" ? I have qualified for a Waiver of Court Fees, due to my fi...
If you represent yourself there will be no attorney fees to pay. The court will not award you compensation for handling your own case.
The Court does have the power to order the party with superior resources to pay some or all of the other party's attorney fees, but you need an attorney to make that request. Use the "Find a Lawyer" link to contact and schedule a consultation with divorce lawyers near you.See question
I do know about the sworn financial statement and I filed my response already but what other forms do I need to bring and is there a list somewhere where I can look at and then just print them?
Review Rule 16.2. This outlines the mandatory disclosures in a domestic case. Ideally the parties shall exchange these disclosures prior to the ISC although that doesn't always happen in practice. Beyond that, the court will want to know whether you have discussed the issues in the case with the opposing party and what the likelihood is that a contested hearing will need to be scheduled.See question
I am trying to get a downward modification-dropping support all together, and paternity based on paternity fraud on her part. They, the courts in Denver, cannot 'reach' custodial for response, so what happens when they receive my requests? When sh...
If you (or your attorney) properly serve a motion for modification of support on the other party and she fails to respond, then the Court will be able to grant your motion by default. The judge may require a hearing, but if notice is sent to the mother and she chooses not to appear then the Court will take testimony only from you and rule accordingly. This should give you a good chance to prevail if you have any evidence to support your requests.
To demonstrate the death of one of your children, you will want to get a copy of the death certificate. Modifying the support order based on that change of circumstances should be straight forward.
As for the paternity challenge, this may be very difficult to do depending on how the original support order was entered. Paternity issues usually need to be addressed at the outset if you intend to dispute your responsibility. It would be a good idea to work with an experienced family law attorney if you expect to succeed.See question
i was pulled over in denver , cop said no tail light i gave him my license reg and insurance. he came and asked me and passenger to step out of car. he asked who car it was i said my nephew. he claimed it had no insurance so hes gona tow it. i a...
Probable cause for what? The probable cause to stop you (which was more than the police actually needed - they just need reasonable suspicion) was the non functional tail light.
The police might nor might not have had probable cause to search the backpack. The search might have been justified based on the impending impound of the car for failure to carry insurance, although that might not hold up in court. However, since you were not charged, you don't have any reason or ability to challenge the search of the backpack (you don't want to claim ownership of the drugs do you???), so this is an issue the passenger will need to discuss with his lawyer. It's not your problem.See question