on October 25, 2018, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) published Policy Alert (PA)-2010-10, titled “SUBJECT: Use of Form G-325A.” It updates the Policy Manual and the Adjudicator's Field Manual to account for changes in the use of the Form G-325.
defaults on student loans can have severe repercussions for borrowers of any age. Private servicers may sue upon default, while the federal government may garnish wages or intercept tax refunds.
in this article, we will review the relevant charts and news from the Visa Bulletin for November 2018.
this December Ford Motor Company will be recalling approximately 1.5 million Focus compact cars in North America due to a fuel system malfunction; Personal Injury Attorney James Graver with the Law Offices of James G. Graver, P.A. comments on product recalls.
we are excited to announce we recently added a new attorney to our staff! Amanda O'Driscoll, a graduate of Widener University, brings new experience to our law firm. With bringing Amanda on board, we have the ability to expand our legal services. Besides Business, Real Estate, and Estate Planning, we now are able to offer family law, adoptions, guardianships, unemployment compensation appeals and equine law. We look forward to all of the work Amanda will be doing for our law firm! Welcome aboard! http://bit.ly/2q2u3dT
family law deals with various legal aspects of family relationships, from simple negotiations to complex financial cases that involve litigation. Because of this, it is important to have a lawyer on your side to make sure your case is handled properly with the aggressiveness or sensitivity you need. Contact Sher & Associates today to set up your consultation.
when it comes to your horses, they are another investment, and you want to make sure they are protected. Should you find yourself with legal issues dealing with your horses, give us a call. Here, at Sher & Associates, we now provide legal assistance with Equine Law.
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a reminder for employers and employees of the new VT law in effect July 1, 2018 prohibiting employers from asking prospective employees about their compensation at current or previous employment.
an outline of some of the reasons it is important for California residents to create a living trust.
if before bankruptcy is filed the debtor pays some debts and not others, ie 'prefers' some creditors, the court may be able to get back those payments from the person or entity that received the funds. For insiders (relatives, business partners, others with a special relationship to the debtor) the court looks back at least one year for such payments, and may be able to look back over a much longer period to determine if the payment qualifies for recovery. One of the defenses to this doctrine is called the earmarking doctrine, if funds were specifically provided to the debtor conditioned on paying a specific debt.
here are the 4 mistakes that lead to these costs and what you can do to avoid them.
on October 6, 2018, the United States Senate approved the nomination of Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court of the United States by narrow vote of 50-48.
the automatic stay is an extremely helpful injunction, and your creditors will be alerted to your bankruptcy filing; however, even if they are not, the automatic stay still prohibits them from collecting on any debts.
medicare Advantage Plans are cautiously incorporating benefits that aid in Aging in Place planning
if a creditor does not receive notice of a bankruptcy, their debt may not be eliminated by the bankruptcy case, even if the case is successful. If addresses are not quickly corrected, or a creditor added soon after filing, it may not be possible to add the creditor later. If an address is incorrect or outdated, the debt may not be eliminated. In one recent decision, the debtor sent a notice to an attorney that had represented the creditor four years earlier instead of to an address shown on the judgment to the creditor itself. While the debtor 'got away with it' in this particular case (though incurring substantial additional fees in the process), under very slightly different circumstances the debt would not have been eliminated.