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David B. Karp
If you were on assisatnce, the support payments goes to the state. If you are not on assistance, the support payments would be rightfully yours.
If you were on assisatnce, the support payments goes to the state. If you are not on assistance, the support payments would be rightfully yours.

Back Support

Answered 15 hours ago by attorney David B. Karp | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Child Support

David B. Karp
If this is a Wisconsin case, the general rule under the paternity statutes, is you can no longer seek retroactive child support relief, absent extraordinary circumstances, going back to the birth of the child. You are entitled to retraoactive relief only to the point a motion is filed with the... Read More
If this is a Wisconsin case, the general rule under the paternity statutes, is you can no longer seek retroactive child support relief, absent... Read More

How do i get an interstate divorce?

Answered 15 hours ago by attorney Matthew R. Nahrgang | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Divorce

Matthew R. Nahrgang
You must live in a state for 6 months for that state to be the proper venue.  Moreover, if there are assets here in PA, courts have held that is the best place for a case to be filed.  You can file here in PA and you may not have to go to court.  Rather, it may all be handled simply... Read More
You must live in a state for 6 months for that state to be the proper venue.  Moreover, if there are assets here in PA, courts have held that is... Read More

Unfinished procedure

Answered 16 hours ago by attorney Mark Tischhauser, Esq. | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Medical Malpractice

Mark Tischhauser, Esq.
The reason noone has likely naswered the question simply its to complicated to answer. As a general rule, elective (non-emergency) surgeries are not required to be provided by healthcare facilities. Other than that, you will likely have to actually hire a lawyer at some significant expense to... Read More
The reason noone has likely naswered the question simply its to complicated to answer. As a general rule, elective (non-emergency) surgeries are not... Read More
Stephen A. Black
was this an on the job injury? are u currently represented?
was this an on the job injury? are u currently represented?
Sarah B. Russo
You need to file a Request for Order (http://www.courts.ca.gov/documents/fl300.pdf) and Income and Expense Declaration (http://www.courts.ca.gov/documents/fl150.pdf).  You should have your ex personally served if this is your first post-judgment motion (request for order).  You can seek... Read More
You need to file a Request for Order (http://www.courts.ca.gov/documents/fl300.pdf) and Income and Expense Declaration... Read More

Can I take custody of my 3 sisters?

Answered 18 hours ago by attorney Sarah B. Russo | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Child Custody

Sarah B. Russo
You can file a petition for guardianship with the probate clerk at your local courthouse.  You can download the forms here http://www.courts.ca.gov/forms.htm?filter=GC, or you can probably get a guardianship packet from your clerk (different counties handle this differently).  The forms... Read More
You can file a petition for guardianship with the probate clerk at your local courthouse.  You can download the forms here... Read More
Sarah B. Russo
I don't have enough information to answer this. Are you the supervisor? The parent? Is there a court order? If so what are the terms? 
I don't have enough information to answer this. Are you the supervisor? The parent? Is there a court order? If so what are the terms? 
Richard M. Helzberg
Contact the office of the Department of Child Support Services in your county to request the modification, which would mean the agency would file the request, no legal fees.
Contact the office of the Department of Child Support Services in your county to request the modification, which would mean the agency would file the... Read More
Diana Anderson
Call the code enforcement office for the town.  they have to keep vibrations down to a minimum.  you should have someone take a film of your entire property and date it so that if there are any cracks, you will be able to document that the cracks are new.  You may also have to... Read More
Call the code enforcement office for the town.  they have to keep vibrations down to a minimum.  you should have someone take a film of... Read More
Diana Anderson
It mught be the basis why that person's income is so low, and that therefore they quailify for support.  If they are unable to work becaus eof the disability, it might mean that they are entitled to support. 
It mught be the basis why that person's income is so low, and that therefore they quailify for support.  If they are unable to work becaus eof... Read More
Diana Anderson
I'm not sure form what you've written what you question would be.  Many contracts have an automatic renewal provision that will allow for an older contract to be remewed unless one party says not to do so.  Even though the old contract is from 2008, if you are both complying with the... Read More
I'm not sure form what you've written what you question would be.  Many contracts have an automatic renewal provision that will allow for an... Read More

Is Kendra's Law in New Jersey?

Answered 20 hours ago by attorney Diana Anderson | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Civil Rights

Diana Anderson
i'm not aware of any such requirement to provide legal services to the mentally ill.  however, there is always an opprtunity to have a public defender appointed, or to get pro bono legal counsel. 
i'm not aware of any such requirement to provide legal services to the mentally ill.  however, there is always an opprtunity to have a public... Read More

Claiming disabilty exemption NJ state tax

Answered 20 hours ago by attorney Diana Anderson | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Elder Law

Diana Anderson
Disability as that term is used by Social Security is soemthing that prevents you from working.  If you receive permanent disability, and then reach age 65 or retirement age, you then receive Social Security.  Social Security disability is like disability insurance that is designed to... Read More
Disability as that term is used by Social Security is soemthing that prevents you from working.  If you receive permanent disability, and then... Read More

Average Price for a Joint-Venture agreement form.

Answered 20 hours ago by attorney Dana Sack | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Real Estate

Dana Sack
A joint venture agreement is traditionally a partnership agreement. A general partnership would leave you exposed to liability for third party claims. What you want is a Limited Liability Company. Your 30%-70% split of profits, when you are putting up services and your partner is providing all the... Read More
A joint venture agreement is traditionally a partnership agreement. A general partnership would leave you exposed to liability for third party... Read More
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