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text License Suspensions
2014-01-09T00:02:27Z
Driving is a privilege, not a right and when that privilege is abused or used improperly a driving license may be suspended. There are a number of different reasons why your license may be suspended. However, a driver should always carry a valid license anytime they drive a vehicle. A valid license ensures that there are no prior violations that are preventing your from driving. At no time can a driver operate a vehicle with a suspended, canceled or revoked license. In fact, if you are pulled over by a police officer and do not have a valid license with ...
text Wills
2013-07-11T19:44:57Z
Whether it is the homeowner who doesn’t have a lot of assets, or for the person with a large estate who wants to leave specific instructions, everyone can benefit from drafting a will. Creating a will is an excellent way to leave instructions in the event of your death. However, it is important that an experienced estate attorney legally and properly creates the will. Even though your attorney has drawn up a detailed will, it may not be enough to prevent your estate from going through probate court. Your attorney will also be able to identify potential problems that may ...
text Ohio – Filing for Divorce
2013-12-12T18:09:46Z
DIFFICULTY: Legal assistance is required Initial Filing Fee: $225 Ohio divides divorce or separation into three separate areas: legal separation, dissolution of a marriage, and divorce. Legal separation is the a civil suit that does not legally end a marriage but rather allows the court to issue orders for the division of property, the creation of spousal and child support, and to distribute the rights and responsibilities for any minor children. In this case, the spouse’s remain legally married but live separate lives. Dissolution of a marriage is when both spouses agree to end their marriage. No grounds are necessary ...
text Ohio – Creating a Will
2013-12-12T18:11:36Z
DIFFICULTY: Legal assistance is recommended Initial Filing Fee: $0 A will is a formal document the provides information for how to distribute a person’s estate after they have passed away, who is known as the testator of the will. Estates, or the items covered in a will, include real property (land), personal property (stock, bank accounts, car), and intangible property (claims, rights). Anything legally belonging to an individual needs to be divided up at their death as the money and property cannot remain unattached, which takes place in a process known as Probate. If a person dies without a will ...
DIFFICULTY: Legal assistance is required Initial Filing Fee: $210 In New York, civil actions typically begin in the Supreme Court of the State of New York. Do not be fooled by the name of the court; unlike many states, the Supreme Court in New York is a lower court, and is where most proceedings begin. As in any state, a civil proceeding in New York begins with the filing of a complaint, along with payment of the appropriate filing fee, in the appropriate court, and with service of the complaint on each defendant named in the complaint. Step 1: Statute ...
DIFFICULTY: Legal assistance is recommended Initial Filing Fee: $50 to $100 Ohio law requires that every county and municipal court needs to establish a small claims division, also known as the small claims court. The purpose of this court is to hear minor disputes in a quick and inexpensive manner. The hearings in this court tend to be simpler than in larger courts, with not jury and only a judge to decide the outcome of the case. As a result, the costs for using this court system are also lower, which makes it the ideal place for any claim that ...
DIFFICULTY: Legal assistance is recommended Initial Filing Fee: $15 Initial Filing Fee: Varies from county to county and depends on the use of mediator, but typically $15 North Carolina is trying to reduce the impact on the courts of child custody disputes. Parents who work together with a mediator to come up with reasonable custody arrangements on their own are rewarded with diminished filing fees and a quicker turnaround on the process. Fathers are granted automatic rights only if the child is born in wedlock. If born outside of marriage, it is advisable for a father to voluntarily file paternity ...
DIFFICULTY: Legal assistance is not required Initial Filing Fee: $15 to $25 In New York, a person may sue to recover an amount less than $5,000 in small claims court. Small claims cases can either be personal or commercial. If you are over 18 years old you can sue for a personal small claim, whereas corporations, associations, partnerships, assignees, etc. must initiate a commercial small claims proceeding. There are special rules for each type of proceeding, and special rules in each county, so it is important to research and note those differences at the outset of your case. Step 1: ...
DIFFICULTY: Legal assistance is required Initial Filing Fee: $210 In New York, there are six grounds for divorce: abandonment, cruel and inhuman treatment, imprisonment, adultery, conversion of a judgment of separation (another legal agreement that requires its own grounds and legal procedure to obtain) to a divorce decree, and conversion of a written separation agreement to a divorce decree. There are also a number of requirements relating to the "location" of the marriage, i.e. where the ceremony occurred, and where the married couple lived during the marriage. If all of the above took place in New York, a New York ...