I rented a car from turo, and it was stolen. I tried to make a police report. The owner of the car was notified and the police officer even talked to her. The officer ended up telling me that I was not able to make the report because I am not the owner. The following day and investigater called me... Read more »
It Depends. What does your rental agreement say? Were you negligent in securing the car so that it got stolen because of something you did? They will present you with bills and maybe even sue you for it, but they may not be able to get the award. Of course you kept the name of the police...Read more »
as married and I'm always ahead of household she always thinks you can just do whatever she wants and get away with it all I want is what is mine my portion not the kids and not hers what can I do to get my portion
The ticket was for 22400 California, BLOCKING ROADWAY. The road was one lane each way public street. Yes, it was a narrow road, cars could not pass until I turned into the driveway. Coming out of the drive way was a car with a guy looking at his lap. (using phone I guess). I beeped the horn, he... Read more »
There are many attorneys who specialize in representation on Traffic Tickets. You should consult with one of them. If you read the code section and do not believe you were in violation, you should fight the ticket. It will be a point count on your driving record and you could end up with an...Read more »
Hi I have a question me and my wife divorced in 2008. During the divorce the judge ordered the house to be sold and split 50/50 but we had kids under the age of 18 so I decided that I would allow my wife raise our kids in the house tell they youngest turned 18. That already happened and now I... Read more »
Consult the attorney who handled the divorce. If none, then contact a local family law attorney first. It is never a good idea to just disregard a Court Order. You could be in contempt. If you were representing yourself and did not put the subsequent agreement into a clear writing with your...Read more »
I think it would be fun to mirror-write the saccharine babysitters club series so that it's about a witch/vampire club instead. This would mean different characters, genders, and a different genre, but the writing structure would be mirrored. For example, the original says:
I returned to someone that came forward with vaccination records the very next day. Someone almost week later claims dog was theres. I didn’t keep any information on other people I gave to. Now I am being harassed by them. I had no idea it would come to this. I tried to do a good thing and... Read more »
No good deed goes unpunished!! Didn't think it was a big deal? Have you read all the entries on Justia in Animal/Dog Law and seen the way people go crazy about their animals! You were trying to be a good Samaritan, but you didn't call animal control first to see what you were getting...Read more »
My boyfriend asked me and my child to move into the home that he owns 5 years ago. We share all of the bills costs, but everything is in his name. We haven’t been getting along very well and 3 nights ago while I was at work, he was arrested for his 3rd DUI. According to the sheriffs website, he... Read more »
Very, very complicated situation. You may have property rights and possibly even a right to support under a case called "Marvin v Marvin" from 1976. You are an unmarried, cohabiting person who has pooled her money with the home owner, you may have acquired an interest in his house....Read more »
A former employee filed a claim with the Labor Commissioner claiming 9 days of paid sick leave against her former employer. Her attendance records did not match with the dates she claimed she was sick. She was actually working on most of those 9 days that she is claiming. She is now demanding her... Read more »
A Labor Commissioner claim is not a Lawsuit, so the law you quote does not apply. I also think you have not looked at all the law and have misquoted the law. Labor Code 226 gives an employee the right to receive her wage and hour records on a request by her or her attorney, within 21 days and if...Read more »
May be untimely, depends on how the notice of judgment was served. Add 5 days for service by mail. Path of least resistance, bring it up at the appeal hearing by filing a motion to dismiss late appeal, the Judge should hear that first, and rule on it then go to the main case. Be prepared to...Read more »
Tenant move in a couple. 2 days later at another location He domestically abused her. She was granted a emergency order requiring him to vacate premises. When released from jail he went to the property and again was arrested for violating the order and evading police.
Short answer, yes. I would suppose if you used a standard Realtor form lease, having this restraining order would disqualify the restrained one from occupancy and be a violation of the lease. 3 day notice. You may not be able to evict the non-restrained person but if they cannot pay the rent you...Read more »
Interesting question, but lacking in details. First, what court? As Plaintiff or Defendant? Criminal or Civil? Can you steal the identity of a dead person? Probably so, but who gets to complain? Do you have to initiate a Probate? Or are you seeking to have the mother of your children criminally...Read more »
Left household. Took most of my property but had pre-marital items in garage. Went to retrieve property on an arranged date but ex started claiming what I was taking was his then he called the police. Cops said I will have to wait for court to decide but per my atty. I probably won't get... Read more »
When you were denied the right to retrieve your property, your attorney should have filed an RFO with a list of the property and ask the court to restrain H from disposing of it while the dispute was settled. It sounds like you already have legal counsel. But I will say that your attorney cannot...Read more »
You confuse the powers and rights between a Power of Attorney and a Conservatorship. The grantor of a POA does not lose the right or power to act on their own, they merely appoint another person to be able to exercise equal powers. In a Court granted Conservatorship, the person could lose the...Read more »
I'm thinking I should apply for the 501(c) (3) status in the very beginning with no members or place to "worship" because in the beginning the IRS won't see me as anything that could be taking monies they could otherwise be taxing.
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