Ask A Lawyer

Want a good answer? Ask a thorough question starting with "Who, What, When, How, Will I or Do I".
Then, add details. This will help you get a quicker and better answer.
Question field is required
Explanation field is required
Category field is required

Ask A Lawyer

1
Ask a Question

2
Details

3
Submit
1
Ask a Question

2
Submit

Ask a Attorney

1
Ask a Question

2
Details

3
Submit
1
Ask a Question

2
Submit
Fullname is required
A valid email address is required
A valid zip code is required Validating the Zip Code.
Receive a follow-up from lawyers after your question is answered
A valid phone number is required
Select the best time for you to receive a follow-up call from a lawyer after your question is answered. (Required field)
to
Invalid Time
reCAPTCHA is required

*Required fields

Question
Description
Category
DUI
By submitting your question, you understand and agree to the Terms and Conditions for use of the site. Do not include any personal information including name, email or other identifying details in your question or question details. An attorney-client relationship is not being established and you are not a prospective client of any attorney who responds to your question. No question, answer, or discussion of any kind facilitated on this site is confidential or legal advice. Questions answered are randomly selected based on general consumer interest and not all are addressed. Questions may display online and be archived by .

Recent Legal Answers from Lawyers

Recent Legal Answers from Lawyers

endign a years lease from section 8

Answered 2 hours ago by attorney Mr. Max L. Rosenberg   |   1 Answer
Please rephrase the question.  I am having difficulty understanding it.
Please rephrase the question.  I am having difficulty understanding it.
I'm sorry about your father's injury and the stress involved to all concerned. The facts surrounding the fall can be discussed with a Personal Injury attorney to determine if the hospital staff was in any way negligent and the cause of your dad's fall. We cannot solicit you, so reach out for a consultation for your father and family.  ... Read More
I'm sorry about your father's injury and the stress involved to all concerned. The facts surrounding the fall can be discussed with a Personal... Read More

I need a Turkish family lawyer in las vegas

Answered 3 hours ago by attorney Marshal S. Willick, Esq.   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Mostics: Divorce Lawyer
There are various specialty Bar associations in Nevada, including the Family Law Section, but no known"Turkish" bar associations in town.  You could get a copy of the legal directory and look for a "Turkish name," but it is unclear what you are seeking, really; if what you want is a lawyer well-versed in international family law, you would be better served by looking at the biographies of the few lawyers in town who are members of the International Academy of Family Lawyers (you can look that organization up on the web).  If something else, find a family law specialist and ask for a referral.... Read More
There are various specialty Bar associations in Nevada, including the Family Law Section, but no known"Turkish" bar associations in town.  You... Read More
Gifts and inhertiances are exempt from equal property division when getting a divorce in Wisconsin.  From the way you describe the transaction, you own the house jointly with your step father. Your share was received as a gift, so that portion, in my opinion, remains exempt from the marital estate. Now, if you and your husband are living in the home together,  have a mortgage on the property and pay it together, have done major repairs or renovations on the home, by doing some or all of those things, you may have changed the character of the property into marital, and your husband would have a claim to your 50% interest in the home. You don't offer enough facts to make that leap to determine if the property has been converted to marital by your respective actions pertaining to the home, during the marriage.... Read More
Gifts and inhertiances are exempt from equal property division when getting a divorce in Wisconsin.  From the way you describe the transaction,... Read More
Call my office at 469-978-5681 and we can arrange to review the document.
Call my office at 469-978-5681 and we can arrange to review the document.
Was the DNA done under a court order in an open Suit Affecting Parent-Child Relationship (SAPCR)? If not, you should file a SAPCR and get your parental rights established. You could contact the Attorney General's office and ask them to open the case for you.
Was the DNA done under a court order in an open Suit Affecting Parent-Child Relationship (SAPCR)? If not, you should file a SAPCR and get your... Read More

I need help

Answered 5 hours ago by attorney Renea Overstreet   |   1 Answer
This is an issue that must be addressed through the court. The fee for the visits should be reasonable and something you can afford. You could ask the court to assure that the fee stays under a certain amount so that you're not unreasonably deprived of your supervised visit.
This is an issue that must be addressed through the court. The fee for the visits should be reasonable and something you can afford. You could ask... Read More

Inheritance

Answered 5 hours ago by attorney Renea Overstreet   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Mostics: Trusts and Estates
The lawyer is representing your brother and, thus, has authority to act on your brother's behalf. That is why the envelope is addressed to the lawyer. Even if you send it to your brother, he would have to give it to the lawyer because only the lawyer can file the document with the court.    ... Read More
The lawyer is representing your brother and, thus, has authority to act on your brother's behalf. That is why the envelope is addressed to the... Read More
You should send them a demand letter with a deadline. If they don't comply, you could sue them in small claims court as long as the amount of damages is under $10,000.
You should send them a demand letter with a deadline. If they don't comply, you could sue them in small claims court as long as the amount of damages... Read More
Because the allegation is a felony, the DA may still prosecute the case even if they receive an affidavit of non-prosecution. It's probably a good idea for the victim to go to the DA in person to see if the affidavit would be effective or not.
Because the allegation is a felony, the DA may still prosecute the case even if they receive an affidavit of non-prosecution. It's probably a good... Read More

Home | Register | Contact