Ray, here again. I changed my residence with the school, and
Hi Ray, Paul here again. I changed my residence with the school, and everything. Now, can I continue to rent this room in New Jersey that is close to my school until I finish the semester and transfer to a New York school. Meaning, can I keep my legal domicile with my Aunt in New York and keep my New York medicaid, while I rent this room in New Jersey for the rest of the semester. By the way, this room in New Jersey is not a lease, it's just a room I rent for cheap from a friend. Just a fact, I was born in New York City, and I love New York City, and I want finish school, and live there for the rest of my life. So, am I safe to rent this room in New Jersey, while staying a New York Resident?
I have lived in California my whole life. I intend to stay
I have lived in California my whole life. I intend to stay in California, however I plan to live on a sailboat and I want to travel on that boat. Live my life as I see fit. In that effort I took an address at a UPS Store in Burlingame California. My financial institutions (brokerages) advised me that my accounts are frozen until I get a "physical address". Doh, I live on a boat. No, you need a physical address, or your accounts will remain frozen.So I still do have an address to use, but I'm selling that property and again will have this issue at some point. Apparently this is because of the "Patriot Act".Anyway, I want to be "domiciled" in San Mateo county where my UPS Store is located, but evidently my money will be frozen if I use that address.Is there a way I can live my life without being harassed for my choices ?
I'm in San antonio,tx..my son in psychiatric care since last
Hello, I'm in San antonio,tx..my son in psychiatric care since last thursday..he's 19...I'd like to get custody of him including getting medical record from dr..JA: Because laws vary from state to state, could you tell me what state is this in?Customer: TexasJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: Not yet..he's not ready to go home yet..hospital going to get protective custody so he can get treatment. But his custody to be informed from dr .cause he's 19. And I don't want to loose him. I want to be there for my 19 yr old son.JA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: That's it. I want custody and rights to know what they give him etc..
My wife and I bought the house I now live in 26 years ago
My wife and I bought the house I now live in 26 years ago come December. The mortgage was in the name of Bryan K. Dickinson and Janet L. Dickinson. My wife passed away on 10 November 2010 and after her passing I was told I should get her name of everything. I got copies of her death certificate and sent them to all who needed to be notified.Later after her passing the mortgage started coming to Bryan K. Dickinson and the estate of Janet L. Dickinson. I was told that if I wanted her name off the mortgage I had to get a legal document and the death certificate was not enough.I recently refinanced the mortgage under my name and when paperwork was done the old mortgage company sent me a check for what was left in escrow and any excess paid over the old mortgage. I am unable to even deposit the check because it still came as to me and the estate of Janet L. Dickinson. The bank says I need a document that makes me executor of my wife's estate. What can or should I do to get the situation straightened out?
A company i signed an NDA with stole my concept and they
a company i signed an NDA with stole my concept and they launched a web campaign. They are a public company and are domiciled in Virginia. What can i do. NDA was signed last year and is mutual and good for 5 years
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I've written several songs, but have never copyrighted
I've written several songs, but have never copyrighted them....I also paint and draw and am an amateur photographer - I want to copyright my songs and sign my artwork and photographs, but I want to do it all under an alias name....how do I go about it? I've been told I need to copyright my alias name, while others have told me I don't need to. I'm really confused since I'd like to start going to arts and crafts shows where I can sell my artwork and copyright my songs. Can you please advise on how to proceed with this? Thank you!!Rosalva (real name)
I am currently a FL resident. I have a current FL drivers
I am currently a FL resident. I have a current FL drivers license and voter registration but no longer have a physical address in FL. I am currently living in MN and not sure if I will be moving back to FL. Do I need to get aa MN drivers license? Can I get a PO box address in FL? What's the best and/or legal to go?Jon Kaspari
I am a Department of State employee recently posted to New
I am a Department of State employee recently posted to New Delhi, India. Prior to my assignment to New Delhi, I lived and rented an apartment in Washington, D.C. for approximately 8.5 years. Before my departure I changed my address to my sister's address in Brooklyn, New York. I took this action for two primary reasons: First, I required a valid U.S. license while abroad and my D.C. license was set to expire in August 2016. Second, she is my closest living relative I trust to open and screen my mail and to serve as my proxy. All relevant banking and PII has been changed to reflect this new address.One additional benefit to changing my residency to New York appears to be that NY residents who spend 548 (+) days overseas are exempt from paying NY state taxes. I would like to ensure that I meet to definition of a "New York State Non-resident Domicile" and ask how I go about reflecting this on my W-4?
I am a FL resident with a FL drivers license. I own property
I am a FL resident with a FL drivers license. I own property in NC. I needed an ID cardand was given a NC drivers license in error. For tax purposes, it is important that I fileas a FL resident. Does owning a NC license make me a NC resident. If so, how do Isafely reverse the NC license? I will move to NC in another year so would hold bothlicenses if there was no tax implications.