I bough a car and my mother-in-law decided she was going to go register it in both or names but now I want her name off of it
Ask her to remove her name. Tell her it is to her benefit because now you are a liability and her other property. If something happened with the car while you were driving, she could be sued your actions. If you bought the car with her money you may have more trouble than just liability, but that is a family dynamics question I am not competent to analyze.See question
My 58-year-old son has had very little employment in recent years and accumulated debts. He had a severe stroke a month ago and may have to go to a long-term nursing home. He has an asset in a shared condominium with his brothers that is worth a...
His home is safe as long as he plans to return to it after his convalescence, it is an excluded asset. The reason is if Medicaid takes his home the state winds up paying for his housing. Medicaid has a lot of literature on the website which may help you negotiate the system. They will also have a local office that you can communicate with. Your county may also have an office where you can get answers for free.See question
My parents are helping me buy a home in CA. They live in NV. They are co-borrowing on the loan with me, and the plan is for me to refinance without them a few years from now. Questions are, can I claim the tax benefits of owning a home? Will my ...
As guarantors, your parents will not need to pay any tax on the house, unless it is used to generate income and then I believe you are the one who will be paying the taxes. The guarantee is really only an agreement to pay the loan back if you do not. Regarding Capital Gains, you have to earn them before you pay for them. If you finance in the market the way it is now unless you wait a long time your capital gains will be minimal. Since you are the one paying the mortgage and they are only your backup taking them off the loan as guarantors should have no effect tax wise.See question
I'm totally permanently disabled denied several past years of proper Pension Disability that my attorney proved to Pension Administrators but they forced me to file Fed suit anyway wrongly offset & in court required arbitration 1st &e ached settle...
You have a question of complexity; can you settle without withholding taxes. Can you use the money in the 401(k) account for daily living expenses? Will the withholding of 20% entitle you to a refund? Evaluate your second claim your chances or winning or losing and what will you be losing if you do not settle. Too complex for this website, you need to work with your attorney.See question
Like I know it was a 20$ item and they let me go but if they send something don't you think it should be payed for? Cause this whole situation doesn't make sense to me.
If you were shoplifting and the merchant caught you, but let you go, I would make a one-time payment of the price of the goods, depending on how much; twenty dollars for the peace of mind may be worth it.
However, any bill which is accompanied by a letter saying pay us the twenty dollars or we will turn you in is possibly extortion. See California Penal Code Section 518. If they do not do anything I would advise not doing anything either.
My dominos app acct was stolen by someone in a completely different state. I received a call from a dominos store in AL at 11:01pm stating that their driver was running late but would be there shortly. I told the person I didn't order anything. He...
Contact your credit card provider and report the loss immediately if you have not done so already. They may be able to reverse the charge. You may have a case but it is a case that is too expensive to pursue. In my city, the local TV station has a division where you can call in with your problem and they will try to help; this is very effective against businesses because they do not want the negative publicity. Also get life lock and use it for the next several years to ward off more of this kind of behavior.See question
I have proof of being bullied who do I turn to when you can't trust NOONE!!!!
If you cannot Trust anyone, Hire someone- a Lawyer- who is paid to be on your side and advocate for you. Lawyers are fiduciaries for their clients and can be severely punished for failing to do what they agree they will for you. Call your local bar association or use the Find a Lawyer tab to find several lawyers who you can interview and choose the one you like best.See question
I have lost my birth certificate and someone stold my passport. Called the consulate in CA and they told me they cant help. Not sure what else i can do to get it again. Im also US veteran and tried asking to see if they might have a copy of that b...
Go to the county where you were born, go to the office of vital records. Give them your mother's maiden Name her married name and your father's name. Give them your birth date. They should be able to find the birth certificate.See question
Last year (2016) my medical insurance referred me to see a Specialist located 150 miles away from where I live. I was not able to travel to see that MD because I am disabled and instead went to a local specialist. The insurance later refused to ...
If you can get proof that the referral was bad, something from the doctor saying yes I relocated on this date you can go back and ask them to review the claim in light of the new information. No luck contact a lawyer.See question
How much time is he looking at?
First, if he hasn't been tried yet there is no way to answer your question. If he has been charged what PC and VC sections has he been charged under? This information is critical and as this is a Criminal law question asking criminal law defense attorneys is what you want I will repost for you.See question