How to File a Motion to Withdraw a Case From Court?

Answer Civil lawsuits are common. People sue because of broken contracts, broken cars or broken hearts. A lawsuit is started by filing a summons and complaint with a court and serving --- delivering --- a... Read More »

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How to File a Court Motion in the State of Ohio?

A motion is a document filed with a court for a case that is currently pending or a case that has been disposed of already. A motion can be filed in a civil case or a criminal case in the state of ... Read More »

How to File a Motion for an Eviction Case in Maryland?

An eviction occurs when a tenant, whether in a residential or commercial building, is unable to pay the monthly rent amount on time, or if the tenant breaks the rules and regulations established wi... Read More »

How to File a Court Motion to Lift Garnishment of Wages?

"A wage garnishment -- more properly referred to as a wage reduction order, is the use of legal process by the judgment creditor, after judgment, to attach a portion of the judgment debtor's wages,... Read More »

How to File a Motion to Have a Judgment Vacated in Nevada Civil Court?

Civil lawsuits in Nevada must follow the Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure. Nevada's civil procedure rules, modeled after the federal rules of civil procedure, explain how to serve legal documents, h... Read More »