Thats messed up.... she broke up with her ex just to go out with another guy i cant really say Because she probly feels guilty doing such a wrong move like that First of all, how old is she? I need to know her age before I can answer this question with a correct answer because I have a hunch....but i have to make sure this age is right... 30 hmmmmmmmmmm i see well maybe she just feels bad in a way or she might not have liked it but she really wanted to
In the United States, no. Not unless the situation meets certain strict requirements. See related link.
He can not claim anything from a aunt. He would have a chance if it was his mother but not from his aunt. She can leave whatever she wants to anyone she chooses.
Boyfriend no...Your grandchild, naybe.
Think about this. You have a girlfriend you really love, and there is another individual trying to figure out how to get her away from you and claim her as his own. How does that make you feel? Then consider waiting or another girl to be interested in.
No you can't and no you shouldn't.
Single filing is okay even if you are married.
A different claim proposing another hypothesis
What if? You should have reported the situation to the court that made the appointment immediately and provided the court with evidence to back up your claim.What if? You should have reported the situation to the court that made the appointment immediately and provided the court with evidence to back up your claim.What if? You should have reported the situation to the court that made the appointment immediately and provided the court with evidence to back up your claim.What if? You should have reported the situation to the court that made the appointment immediately and provided the court with evidence to back up your claim.
You cannot claim things broken during a move, removal insurance only covers things broken in the event of a crash. The only situation where someone may claim on a move is if an employer paid for an employee to move then the employer may make a deduction.
No.Well, you can claim you love him dearly...but you can't claim him on your taxes as a dependent.
You need to talk with your adjuster about the situation. The claims adjuster can allow you to withdraw the claim. I don't understand why you would file a claim, then want to withdraw it. If you have an agent, perhaps the agent can also assist you with the situation.
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You should be skeptical about his claim.
If your boyfriend is denying (to anyone) that you're his girlfriend, then perhaps he isn't the right guy for you after all. Nevermind whether he's cheating on you or not, if he is telling you one thing and other people another, he's being deceptive and is probably not worth your time.
No. That may complicate the situation.
Depends on the situation. If somebody is walking across your lawn, no. If someone is a threat to your safety or the safety of another person, then yes, and claim self defense in court.
The poster said, "Come to claim your prize!'
Obviously, don't permit it and inform her that she is only allowed to have her boyfriend over if they remain in one of the family living quarters - den, family room, living room. Even if they should claim they are "just studying", explain that it is unwise to subject themselves to a tempting situation. Stand firm and she will eventually thank you for being a caring parent.
Yes, it is illegal to claim another person's money. It is called stealing and fraud, plus impersonation of another's identity, or identity theft.
Company A holds your primary insurance coverage and A is involved in a claim situation with B--whether an individual or company. Company A can pay for the claim or its responsible portion of the claim and subrogate in suit against Part B so that the claim can be settled and ended for Client A.
If he was responsible for over 50% of the cost of the child, he can claim the child as a dependent. That would mean that no one else was entitled to claim the child, including the father and mother.
No. Gains and losses taken in your IRA is outside of your tax situation.
Claim it and see what happens.
There is no law against your boyfriend claiming your children don't work-unless if they do you need to talk to a therapist to see your man.