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Frances Ruiz
State of Practice: New York
Member Since: 10/25/2011
Last Answer: 01/06/2016

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Frances Y. Ruiz practices has been practicing law since 1996. Ms. Ruiz has been in the legal service for over 15 years and has acquired expertise in the area she has specialized in. Ms. Ruiz's office offers representation in matrimonial, bankruptcy, criminal defense, immigration proceedings and personal injury cases.

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State of Practice: New York
Member Since: 10/25/2011
Last Answer: 01/06/2016
Answer: If you have been a resident of NY for two years and you file first your action for divorce should take precedence. The ...read more
Answer: The car is marital property and will be treated as such despite the fact he transferred it to his Mom. There would be a ...read more
Answer: Yes a bankruptcy will stop a garnishment.
Answer: Yes annulment can be filed even after eight months.
Answer: The bankruptcy court has a self help office in the Court itself. They could guide you to filing the bankruptcy by yours ...read more
Answer: You need to petition the family court in the county where you live for full custody.
Answer: The length of a divorce proceeding depends on how contentious it get between the parties. If there are no disputed item ...read more
Answer: You will not be liable for your fiance's bills but I think he should file bankruptcy before you get married.
Answer: Keep track of all monies you spent for your daughter and sent to her mother. Especially those for room and board for co ...read more
Answer: You have a very good chance of getting spousal support.
Answer: You attorney should have given you a retainer agreement, along with a detailed invoice with any bills. Unfortunately, m ...read more
Answer: You will most likely be remanded to prison awaiting your parole violation hearing.
Answer: You do not have to leave the house. In fact he cannot make you leave without a court order.
Answer: As soon as possible you need to ask for modification of what sounds like a default order.
Answer: You need to establish your parental rights in court.
Answer: You are entitled to the assets accumulated during the marriage.
Answer: It can be a felony but it depends on the circumstances, for example if someone was hurt.
Answer: Unfortunately, yes. the fact that you are pregnant will not prevent a divorce. I think you should at least borrow the ...read more
Answer: Your attorney needs to do an investigation to find these assets.
Answer: You need to go to the Court to file for custody.
Answer: Absolutely, he is in contempt of court if the maintenance was ordered by the court.
Answer: The process involves filling out a petition and submitting documents to the Court and a Court appearance.
Answer: You have to show a change in circumstances to modify the custody agreement. You will need to petition the Court for an ...read more
Answer: You have to file a petition for custody, but that would require both the mother and father giving up their parental righ ...read more
Answer: No you cannot when you fill in the Acknowledge of Paternity you must disclose you are married. And a paternity proceedi ...read more
Answer: The attorney should be able to request for an alternate method of service maybe by publication.
Answer: You must petition for visitation in New York. You can do this with an attorney.
Answer: Since you reside together the court usually wants to know the total household income to see if you fall below or above t ...read more
Answer: You can petition for custody in your local county family court.
Answer: It depends on your expenses and how many dependents you have.
Answer: Not your while your fiance remains just that. Once he is your husband his income is considered.
Answer: That is true your wife does not need your consent to file for divorce.
Answer: Absolutely the texts can be used to show his intention.
Answer: You will be able to "void" your marriage.
Answer: She must include all assets she has or may have an interest in when filing for bankruptcy. However, in order for her to ...read more
Answer: You could petition to be his guardian with the consent of the parents.
Answer: It would depend on who had the information and how the information about the possible abortion was obtained.
Answer: Unfortunately you know your being arrested when they come with a warrant to get you. Or they ask you to take a ride wit ...read more
Answer: New matrimonial laws went into effect in October 2010 some of which affect the maintenance provisions of the law regardi ...read more
Answer: The father of the child has legal rights to visit with the child. The Court may order the visits to be supervised or wi ...read more
Answer: File for divorce ASAP.
Answer: Yes but the Court has to approve the motion to dismiss.
Answer: There are many results to driving without a license. Depending on your case.
Answer: Your nephew rights are being prejudiced every moment he does not act to make an effort to see his children.
Answer: Personal guarantees are not included in a business bankruptcy.
Answer: That depends on your particular facts and circumstances.
Answer: The amount or the frequency of the charges are some factors that are considered aggravated.
Answer: If he doesn't own the house then he must have some type of ownership interest in the house for the bankruptcy court to w ...read more
Answer: The Petitioning spouse could be held responsible for the alien relative.
Answer: Every case is different it depends on the particular facts and circumstances. Whether the person has a criminal history ...read more
Answer: That depends on where they found the car and under what circumstances the search was conducted.
Answer: You could be charged with endangering the welfare of child or worse some sort of sexual assault charge. Before you spea ...read more
Answer: It depends on the statement you gave and at what point it was given.
Answer: You can fire your lawyer at any time and retain another attorney. I suggest you do this quickly since your trial date h ...read more
Answer: Yes a bankruptcy will stop a garnishment.
Answer: Yes with a waiver of conflict of interest.
Answer: There are different penalties for different types of class of offenders. You are held or remanded in jail until the hea ...read more
Answer: The statute of limitations has run on your claims. You may want to consider applying for social security disability.
Answer: I would be careful in joining an abuse group. This could be used against you in a custody proceeding. I would recomme ...read more
Answer: Yes the proceeds will have to be turned over to the trustee and then distributed according to your chapter 13 plan.
Answer: The short answer is no. It is never a good idea to purposely prevent a parent from parenting time with a child. Howeve ...read more
Answer: A creditor can garnish your wages but not to put you below the poverty income level.
Answer: It depends on the circumstances you need an attorney to discuss your options. The stepmother may get temporary custody ...read more
Answer: I do not believe the liability would lie with the dealership unless they sold you a certified used car. In a new car th ...read more
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