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    Rent and Utilities: Re: What Are My Rights

    I don't know about your area, but I have never known landlords to ever send invoices. You are expected to know what your rent is and when to pay it.
  2. Disestablishing Paternity: Re: How to Remove Non-Biological Father from Birth Certificate

    There are only two ways I can think of to take the legal father's name off of the birth certificate. 1) The biological father sues to establish his paternity or 2) you file to adopt the child and...
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    Life Insurance: Re: Who's Money is It

    There generally is not a "primary beneficiary" of a policy. There can be one beneficiary or multiple beneficiaries but none of them would be considered to be primary. If a policy pays out to only...
  4. Re: Case Law Where Small Fence Encroachment Was Allowed to Remain to Avoid Removing T

    You are assuming that this is the neighbor that the fence may be encroaching upon asking the question. For all we know this is the neighbor who could potentially be doing the encroaching.
  5. Enforcing Custody Orders: Re: 16 Year Old Has Decided to Stay with Mom Full Time

    I would give it a few more weeks before I make any decision. You are correct that you could alienate your daughter if you take her mother to court for a show cause. You also have to look ahead to...
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    Collection Lawsuits: Re: Judgement Resulting in Property Seizure

    Filing for bankruptcy would at least stall the sheriff's sale and give them some more time to figure out what to do. The default judgment against your stepfather might be able to be overturned if it...
  7. Deeds - Quitclaim: Re: Quitclaim Deed Reversal and Statute of Limitations in Washington State Question

    Also, did this have anything to do with a divorce or an inheritance? If so, what are those details?
  8. Disabilities and Accommodation: Re: Wages Not Being Paid According to Contract

    I agree 100%. What is more important to your wife? The job with the promotion or the two weeks worth of potential raise?
  9. Estate Planning Issues: Re: Should Elderly Parents Gift the House to Me

    From IRS publication 523:
  10. Re: No 1099-Misc from Payor, Amount Under $600

    It shouldn't be any more complicated or difficult to include some royalty income that did not have a 1099 issued, than to include some that did.
  11. Enforcing Custody Orders: Re: Custodial Mother Left State of Ky and No Showed Custody Mediation

    When you say six months, was it a full six months or more? Was it shy of six months at all, even just a few days? Any attorney she gets is going to argue that the move to KY was planned to be...
  12. Re: No 1099-Misc from Payor, Amount Under $600

    By Fiduciary return are you meaning that you are not filing a regular 1040, but perhaps something for a trust or estate? If so, who paid you the $300.00 and what did the $300.00 cover? As TM said,...
  13. Enforcing Custody Orders: Re: Custodial Mother Left State of Ky and No Showed Custody Mediation

    Then there is a chance that the NE courts will consider NE as the state having jurisdiction. I hope not, but there is a chance. Just keep it in the back of your mind that you may need an NE...
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    Re: Postnuptial for Marriage Couple

    He said this:



    He doesn't even know if she is accumulating any debt. He just wants to be protected in case she does. If my husband asked me to sign a post nup for something like that, I would...
  15. Enforcing Custody Orders: Re: Custodial Mother Left State of Ky and No Showed Custody Mediation

    If they lived in Nebraska prior to moving to KY and then moved back to Nebraska, its a little unpredictable how a Nebraska judge might rule. Certainly the KY judge cannot enforce any orders he...
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    Re: Postnuptial for Marriage Couple

    Unless his wife is 100% on board with a post nuptial agreement, its not going to happen.
  17. Re: Will I Pass or Fail This Fingerprint Check Juvenile/17 Quashed Arrest. No Charges

    There is no way that anyone can say with any certainty. Each company has their own criteria.
  18. Re: No 1099-Misc from Payor, Amount Under $600

    Then you include it in your income on Schedule C.
  19. Re: Will I Pass or Fail This Fingerprint Check Juvenile/17 Quashed Arrest. No Charges

    He doesn't have a conviction for a misdemeanor or felony. The charges were apparently dismissed. Now the arrest record might show up, but if that is the case, the fact that the charges were...
  20. Re: No 1099-Misc from Payor, Amount Under $600

    You are not required to provide a 1099-MISC if the amount is less than $600.00. However, you may issue a 1099-MISC if you choose to do so for amounts less than $600.00.

    If you don't issue a 1099,...
  21. Re: Wife’s Ex Sister In-Law. Nephew/Grandson Visitation

    While its true that MN law may allow for a suit to be brought forward for gpv or other non-parent type of visitation, its certainly not a slam dunk type of situation. Its generally going to be an...
  22. Re: Wife’s Ex Sister In-Law. Nephew/Grandson Visitation

    This is true. Also, even if they were to get some sort of court ordered visitation, (which is highly unlikely) that would not give them any kind of custody rights that would entitled them to that...
  23. Re: Wife’s Ex Sister In-Law. Nephew/Grandson Visitation

    What do you mean by psychological problems? Is that something formally diagnosed and documents on the mother's part?
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    Layoffs and Reductions in Force: Re: L and I Compensation

    I agree. You and the in-laws are confused about what the letter means. Your in-law paid into the unemployment insurance system and now his former employee is drawing against that insurance. It...
  25. Re: Average Reasonable Commission for Real Estate Probate Agent

    You would need to run it by a local real estate attorney to be sure, but I can just about guarantee that it means 4% to your broker and 2% to any other broker that ends up being involved.
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