How can your parents who live in New Jersey place a lien on your ex-husband's home in North Carolina or is there another option for recovering the 6500.00 debt?
The party owed the debt would need to file a lawsuit against the debtor in the state court in the county where the debtor resides. Other then a voluntary payment of a debt such as the one described there is no other way to recover monies owed except through the legal procedure as prescribed by the state in which the debtor resides.
Can you be fifthteen and get a tattoo in the state of North Carolina if you have your parents permission?
How old do you have to be to leave your parents in South Carolina without the police getting involved?
Can you move out of your parents house at 17 in South Carolina and your parents call the cop will the cop take you to your parents house against your will?
In North Carolina at what age can you move out of your parents' home and live with another family member?
North Carolina (and every other state for that matter) considers anyone under the age of 18 to be a minor. As a minor, your parents have the control/authority to decide where you can/can't live. If your parents are not willing to give you permission to move in with this relative, then the relative can request that the court award them custody of you. You will have to prove to the court that it's better for…