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Personal Bankrupt and Taxes

A:  Roseline: Question 1) Can you provide me an example of tax debts that are not dischargeable? Answer 1) Your question is somewhat complex, and I do not claim that my answer to it makes my advice applicable to your situation.   The Bankruptcy Code does not specify taxes that are dischargeable. However, it specifies taxes that are excepted from discharge. In simple language, unless secured, income taxes are not excepted from discharge, and consequently are dischargeable if: A return has been filed; If filed, assessment was not based on fraud; If filed late, the return was filed two years or more before the bankruptcy petition; The tax return, with extensions, was due three years or more before filing of the bankruptcy petition; and Tax liability was assessed more than...

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Power of attorney

A:  Try legalzoom.com Not only do they have much information, you can get the proper forms and instructions there without the cost of an attorney. Good Luck. First of course your father has to be able to know what is going on, and sign the power of attorney paperwork, ** but it is just as easy to let him sign the deed when you sell the property. But you get paperwork naming you power of attoreny, have him sign it, it will be witnessed and notarised. If you plan on transfering the title to yourself, I would not do it, since you as power of attorney transfering ( selling) the home to you may have issues. Since to sign power of attorney your father has to be able to sign, just draw up the deed...

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Power of attorney

A:  I'm not in FL nor an attorney--but generally grantor  merely notifies the holder that the power is revoked--safer to do it in writing and with clear paper trail--and even safer to let the place where power would ordinarily be used  also know in writing that the power is revoked--lest holder "forget" and go use/abuse it. She could issue POA's to her closest 100 friends --sure to create mass confusion but not illegal. If Mom does not think Henry is doing what she wants done and she prefers Mary--she would be WISE to revoke Henry's POA and appoint Mary --if she is willing to serve. Do you mean POA or DURABLE POA.? The fact that Mom may chose to spend her money very unwisely does not entitle POA to meddle not does it prove her...

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How do I file a motion for discovery?

A:  In California, Normally you can get a copy of the police report from the district attorney on your first court date. Your blood results will be attached to the police report. Usually, a motion to compel is needed when you''ve asked for an item of discovery and they refused to give it to you. But I have to ask you this.... You get your blood results, then what? How are you going to fight this without an experienced attorney to guide you through the process. I''m an experienced DUI attorney and if I were in your position, I''d still hire someone else to represent me, not because I couldn''t handle my case but because it is unwise to represent yourself in a criminal action. If you would like to speak to an experienced...

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How do I buy a used car from someone?

A:  you talk to person test drive pay and get title make a bill of sale. google online for that. I sold a car a few years ago and found a generic legal document online that we altered and both agreed upon beforehand. also, take your license plates and registration off when you give it to them. Make sure you bring someone who knows about cars with you. If you are a female, you MUST bring a man with you. Many people wont think twice about ripping off a female with a car, because they assume they do not know much about cars. Ask lots of questions about the car and its owners, how and where its been driven (city, highway, etc) Why does everyone assume you are in America? At least that is what it looks like. Buying a car is different all over the world, you have to be a little more specific. Too...

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How do I explain a past termination (employee, references, employer, jobs) on an application or interview?

A:  Essentially your last employer thought you were unreliable and sacked you. Makes it a bit hard to put reliable on a resume. t is always a fine line between being openly honest or not in interviews knowing that your past can sometimes catch you up.. Inevitably unless you are asked the question ''why you left your last Job'' do not bring it up. Focus the interview on the future and answer all questions with a perspective on the future. If it does come up tell the truth and explain how you are now focused and have worked on this issue. I would go one of two directions: First, you can be completely honest. Tell the interviewer you made a mistake and you learned your lesson, and that it would never happen again. Second, if you want to be evasive you can use the old vague ''things just weren''t...

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How do I get a title for a car that I bought that has a lean?

A:  You Can''t . ONLY the registered owner of the car can apply for a lost title. You got SCAMMED. It is ILLEGAL to sell a car without providing the buyer (you) with a CLEAR title. Sue them in court to rescind the sale. That''s your ONLY choice. You should consider suing the guy that sold you the car. Did you get a written receipt or anything that states that the title was ''clear?'' I''ve sold cars that used to have liens, and I had to take my title to the former lien-holder and get them to give me a written and notarized paper that said the lien on the vehicle was paid. When I signed over the title, I gave the buyer the paper about the lien. The title usually has the lien stamped on it. So the seller was probably committing fraud by pretending the title was clear. Good Luck. Sorry to say...

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How do I find a decent Indy child support attorney?

A:  Do you know any lawyers? Call them up and ask them who they would go to if they had a family law issue that needed addressing. Then, call those lawyers and ask them whether they can take your case or refer you to someone licensed in the right state....

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How can I contact a business lawyer who could advise me?

A:  Any good business lawyer can help you with that. That is normally routine work -- done by many. See all of the major directories and choose one lawyer that you like or talk to several. See also: Starting a Business - Business Entities - California Secretary of State and U.S. Small Business Administration - Your Small Business Resource Hi Msg Which directory can I look for when finding this lawyers? Is it in this website? I can only find ask lawyers. Quote: Hi Forum Admin, I actually did try to contact a lawyer through ask my lawyer already got a response, but she says that i could follow up her on the email...

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How do I get a court appointed lawyer?

A:  You can''t in a civil matter. But, there are lawyers who do pro bono work.(free). But, they are few and far between. Just look in the phone book find one and start asking questions. Also ask friends, family, and anyone else you can to find one. Good luck, hope everything work out all right. You only get a court appointed lawyer for criminal cases where you''re the defendant. You''ll need to find an attorney who''s willing to work pro-bono or find an agency that helps with family law cases. Check out the link below for a list of service agencies in the Houston area that might be able to help. Court appointed attorneys are only available in criminal cases. You may want...