What happens if you arrive at court without the money to pay a fine?
This actually happened to me once and it was a bit embarassing, to be honest. I went to court for a simple traffic violation and forgot my check book to pay the fines and fees. When I approached the cashier I explained this to her an she handed me a pre-addressed envelope to the court and explained that I had two weeks to settle the account before additional fines, fees and charges were added. Call your local court clerk to see if this scenario is true for you as well.
You risk having to pay it twice, if the other parent decides to take the matter to court at some point. Don't do this. Insist on getting a court order. Once that happens, pay your child support through either the courts or the State disbursement unit. DO NOT give any money or anything else to the obligee unless you want it to be considered a gift.
What happens if a person dies without a will and all he has is medical bills and credit card debts but no assets?
What happens when a company brings you to court for owing money and they dont show and case is dismissed?
What happens if the father of the child is court ordered to pay child support and refuses in the state of Texas?
if you deposit a fake cash in a atm is depend on a bank security and the currency that you are depositing two thing will happens 1 is the atm accept your note as a real note or just recognize the note and spit it out or stop the transection and alert in that time police will arrive for investigation
In most cases an employer has to have a court order indicating whom is collecting and for what amount. The IRS is the only entity I know of that can force the garnishment of wages without a court order. The employer cannot garnish wages just because it wants to without warrant. If you owe the employer money, they would need to take all legal proceedings against you through the court systems. Department education, ssa, and…
You will be prosecuted for contempt of court. They usually get the money anyway from selling your things, take them directly from your salary etc and you end up in prison. If something is wrong with the court order you have to turn to the court in order to have it changed. Just not paying will get you into trouble.
for money to be in the Market, there must be money equilibrium. i.e quantity of money supplied must be equal to quantity of money demanded. in a situation whereby quantity of money supply increases, without a corresponding increase in quantity demanded, there will be inflation in the Economy. inflation can occure in two different perspectives; either by increase in the general price level or increase in money supply without a corresponding increase in money demand.
It is my understanding that while the court judgment was in your favor meaning that the person owing you the money was ordered to pay it back to you, there is no court managed system in place to see that your money is collected. What the judgment gives you is the legal right to garnish wages or find some other avenue to get the money. And without a lawyer, you may not be able to…