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How can i take my wife out of my house

A:  Don't worry about getting her oput of the house, worry about paying the mortgage. foreclosure could happen in a blink of an eye at this point. Have you filed for divorce yet? You need to do so and have your attorney ask the court for an order that she vacate due to the fact she is letting the property go to "waste" ( a legal term meaning she is not caring for the property, "committing waste" and not paying the mortgage, etc.) ASk your attorney to had her vacate in 3 days. Then as you hammer ou tthe property settlement , you can worry about who gets what at that time. If you have any equity at all, do not allow foreclosure tohappen. With a fresh divorce and a fresh foreclosure on your creit rpert you iwll have a difficult time even getting anyone to rent to you. so...

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I have sbi nri account,how can i cheak my account online

A:  You only got to know the bussiness web site where you have the account some of them have you register thru their web site then you have to put your account numbers in and then you should be able to view it...

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How can I get my lawyer to get a trial date set?

A:  Have you tried the simple approach and asked him to set a date? Have you asked him why he hasn't set the date? Have you explained in detail how you are feeling and made clear to him how important your feeling are? Maybe these will help. Sometimes lawyers tend to forget they are working for you as well as for themselves which calls for a simply reminder of these facts. Best wishes. Why on earth would you not want your attorney to do discovery if that is what he feels is necessary? You can certainly explain to him what you want done and why but you cannot force him to skip what he believes is a necessary step. You can fire him or he can quit. If you proceed to a trial without having gone through discovery, you will be at a huge disadvantage. If...

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How can I help my friend get his attorney to respond

A:  "My friend asked me to do what I could to help him get his attorney to respond to his request for answers such as who needs to submit what forms to whom and to get his attorney to be more responsive to his requests for info. How can I best help him and what should the letter I'm helping him write say that will get his attorney to respond?" You can probably best help him by remaining out of it. Aside from the fact that attorneys have an impressive ability to determine if it is a client talking in the letter, they are under no obligation to respond to third-parties. In fact, attorneys could be infracting attorney-client privileges IF they knowingly answered questions submitted by non-clients. If I were you, I'd encourage your friend to write his own...

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How Can I Get My Deposit Back?

A:  quote:Originally posted by NeedAdvice:I have 2 concerns. 1st: I recently moved from Milwaukee, WI to Arizona. I set up an move-out inspection with landlord. He was at the apt building early working in the basement or something. When I told him he could go ahead and inspect he said he had to leave but he knows I didn''t do any damage. Despite my request, he just left without inspecting. He has my new address and told me he would mail my deopsit to me. Wisconsin law allows him 21 days to mail the deposit or list of deductions. About a month has passed now and I haven''t received anything. I''ve called a few times, leaving a message for him to call me regarding my deposit. He hasn''t returned my calls. One day I caught him at home. He told he he''d mailed it 10 days prior and he hung up on...

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How can I prevent my stepchild from benefiting?

A:  Your stepson is not your blood relation, so no, if you died without a will, he wouldn't get anything. If you don't leave him anything in your will, he doesn't get anything. End of story. You need to consult an estate/probate attorney. If your plan is to effectively disinherit your husband, remember, he is entitled to anything you own or hold together jointly such as a house and bank accounts. Plus, depending on where you live, he may also be entitled to a statutory share of your estate above what you own together jointly. That is correct, in that, as your stepson is not a blood relative, he will not inherit. Disinheriting your spouse, however, takes a bit more doing in NY. You really must seek out the advice of local counsel or from this board-I seem to recall that there...

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how can i get my voting rights back? (and some other questions)

A:  Restoration of rights in Florida info is here: How to Restore Your Right to Vote After a Felony Conviction You may not need to go there. I think minor''s records can be expunged by making an appropriate application. Can I get a criminal record sealed or expunged? * Yes. Florida Statutes (FS) 943. 585 and 943. 59 -- and Administrative Procedures Act (APA) rule 11c-7 -- outline the requirements and procedures for having a criminal history record sealed or expunged. Call: (85 ) 41 -787 Don''t let the recruiter blow sunshine up your butt. Don''t lie on ANY forms. Guess what - if your record is a problem for the military and you fudge / conceal / or obfuscate your record - it will be on your head - NOT the recruiter....

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How can I remove my name from a shared lien.

A:  no, that is why you should not sign for someone that you are not sure will not pay. You are liable for the payments, so if they don''t pay, you will have to, or they can also sue you in court and come after you, esp if you have a better chance of paying than the other person. But once you are on the loan, you can''t get off untill that loan is paid off. You are stuck right now for the car financially until it is paid in full. Ok. I know that I can have her removed by having her send a statement to the bank. The bank told me this much. So why wouldn''t that work for me? I think it is obvious that I need to talk to an attorney. I think you are misunderstanding something. No bank is going to let someone who signed responsibility for the loan off the hook unless the loan is paid off....

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How can I protect my personal assets from a failing family business?

A:  A person''s personal assets are often protected from liabilities of a corporation, unless the person acted outside the authority of the position, breached a fiduciary duty, or the corporate entity is not truly separate from the person''s personal dealings. When a corporation engages in wrongdoing, such as fraud, fails to pay taxes correctly, or fails to pay debts, the people behind the corporation generally are protected from liability. This protection results from the fact that the corporation takes on a legal identity of its own and becomes liable for its acts. However, courts will in some cases ignore this separate corporate identity and render the shareholders, officers, or directors personally liable for acts they have taken on the corporation''s behalf. This assignment of liability...

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How can I be held responsible for my sick son''s debt?

A:  It depends on whether you signed anything personally. Otherwise, naming you could be as POA for the Son. But you need to seek counsel to resolve....