ohio Unmarried Fathers, Father's Rights
for parents who are in the process of going through a divorce or child custody case
dealing with high conflict relationships and emotional abuse
a motion to reopen is necessary when one has an order of removal or deportation but needs a second chance in court. A motion to reopen is different from an appeal where a respondent would ask a higher authority to review the same evidence and arguments. A motion to reopen typically would be filed after a respondent discovered new, previously unavailable evidence that is capable of changing the outcome of the case. Before submitting a motion to reopen, one has to verify that he or she complies with the requirements including deadlines, format, and substance.
car accidents in the country may not seem that bad until you look up the numbers. Let's consider a few shocking car accident statistics that will likely change your perspective of car accidents in the US.
a dog bite can leave you with life-threatening injuries, which can be very expensive to treat.
in Florida, a procedure exists allowing the person seeking to administer
the estate of a decedent (the “petitioner”) to resolve certain issues before the issuance of letters of administration. Fla. Stat. §733.2123; 7 Fla.
Pl. & Pr. Forms §50:55 (2015). One
of those issues is whether the last
will and testament offered for probate is valid.
the tort of intentional interference
with an expectation of an
inheritance (IIEI) is one way
of remedying wrongdoing by
unscrupulous persons who prey upon
vulnerable, sick and weak people with
wealth. The tort is recognized to advance
a public policy for the protection of the
testator’s interest in freely disposing of his or
her property. In contrast to a garden-variety
will contest based on undue influence, where
the contestant must establish that the free
will of the testator was overborne, a tortious
interference claim does not require such a
proof. Rather, the focus is on the defendant’s
intention: whether the defendant intended
to interfere with an inheritance and acted on
in order to recover compensation after a St. Louis car accident you must first identify the at-fault party.
one of the ways a person may become a permanent resident in the USA, is when he or she entered the USA with an immigrant visa that was issued to him or her at a US consulate overseas. The process of receiving such an immigrant visa is referred to as "consular processing." Consular processing is being supervised by the Department of State, and is subject to rules contained in the Foreign Affairs Manual published by the Department of State of "FAM".
why Divorce Rates Increase After The Holidays?
this article discusses whether a jury hears evidence on the defendant's insurance coverage in a car accident case.
this article highlights important issues pertaining to New Hampshire dog bite law.
this article addresses the process to obtain the required court approval of a minor settlement in excess of $10,000 in the State of New Hampshire.
recovery is still possible even if you are partially at fault for causing your injury. New Hampshire's comparative fault law is applied when determining a recovery in every case.
a person may be negligent, but still not legally at fault for causing another person's harm. Both negligence and causation are required to hold a person legally at fault for negligent conduct.
driving at night can be extremely dangerous. The following tips can help make night driving for truckers safer.
let's take a closer look at survival action and wrongful death to help you learn the difference between them.
let's discuss why you may consider switching attorneys and how it can affect your claim.
vAWA or Violence Against Women Act allows certain qualifying non-citizens to obtain US permanent residency without the need of being petitioned by their US citizen or lawful permanent resident family member. The law covers abused spouses and children of US citizens and lawful permanent residents, and parents of US citizens who turned 21 years of age.