I took the car to the dealership three time already, twice they have said that they don't find anything wrong with it. the third time they just said it was not their problem anymore since the car was already financed and it belonged to the finance company. I took it to a third party repair... Read more »
you should gather all your paperwork (from purchasing the documents, to warranties, to report reports, etc) and consult with an auto fraud/ dealership fraud attorney. during the consultation and after full review of your documents, the attorney should be able to inform you of your legal options in...Read more »
I unknowingly breached the contract. The new tenants paid the three months, but due to Covid they managed to stay 2 years after the lease without paying. We then went to court. The judge ruled in their favor. Now, the apartment is asking me to cover the rent owed. I am not able to pay it. The... Read more »
The cost of fixing these issues is over $20,000.00. One issue was with the flooring. We found out that there was a letter that wasn't included in the sale about how the owners had fixed the floor themselves and it was messed up. Our realtor did bring this to their real estate agent and they... Read more »
The mortgage has not been paid since he passed. And the tenants just received a foreclosure notice. The property needs more work than it’s worth but I spent so many summer days there and it has great sentimental value of the property. How can I stop it from being foreclosed on and not have my... Read more »
You need to consult with a probate attorney. Because there was no will, the laws of intestate apply (ie property goes to grandpas kids, then grandkids, etc). Talk with a probate attorney if there is anything that can be done if grandpas kids won’t sign away their interest.
The company says the invoice was hacked and they paid the wrong people. They said they got some of the money back and would pay us but then stopped communicating with us without returning any money to us and now won't respond at all. Contract was initiated in CA but the large company's... Read more »
there isn't a question in the post but if you're trying to ask what you can do, you can sue for breach of contract. You can do it on your own or hire an attorney. You likely need a business litigation attorney or a litigation attorney familiar with breach of contract cases.
I refinanced my 1st mortgage and HELOC to consolidate debt almost a year ago. I found out a few weeks ago that the HELOC was not closed even though I was charged the fee to close it. The HELOC servicing company sent me a letter threatening me that they would force home insurance on me if I did not... Read more »
I have a estimate of $5,000 debt, back rent of $8000 and a car loan I'm still wanting to continue to keep. I can't catch up on my rent or debt. I'm a single mom with my only income. Should I file for bankruptcy?
the lady who called answers hello. they wont let me have the name of the company or validation of the debt. they said if i dont pay the settlement amount they offered (2,225 turned into 1000) id go to court and loose since i signed a contract with us bank. i did not have checks. i am positive i... Read more »
They were talking amongst themselves and I knew something was not right. Tech and the assistant manager apologized and told me that I would have to give them a moment so that they could discuss what happens with district manager. Mind you it’s after 6pm and they’re technically closed.... Read more »
You should consider giving them the opportunity to fix the issue.
We are lawyers not mechanics and as such we don't know what kind of claim, if any, you may have without additional info, such as an expert (or at least another mechanic shop) inspecting the vehicle and preparing a...Read more »
I bought a SFR in August of 2021. Market was really hot back then and I ended up offering 50k over asking price for a property that looks good from afar but was remodeled without permits (kitchen, added a 4th bedroom) plus converted garage to an ADU and nothing was done to code. The sellers nor... Read more »
Unfortunately you admit that you were informed during escrow and before closing and you decided to proceed with the purchase. That means that you had knowledge and cannot claim failure to disclose. In other words, litigation will cost you quite a bit and you are not likely to succeed given the...Read more »
a "judgment proof" (write off the debt) as I'm no longer in the country and have no means to return. I still use a friend's address in Walnut Creek for my social security and IRS. My wife was sick with an autoimmune disease so we had to live off CCs for the last two years). My... Read more »
if you only get ss, creditors cannot collect from you, assuming you have no other assets. you would benefit from consulting with a bankruptcy attorney to go over your assets, income, and expenses. there's not enough information to give you proper specific advice.
What happens when they file another proof of service (whether or not you actually received proper service) and the court accepts it as valid service, and they obtain a default judgment against you, and start garnishing your bank accounts or pay checks?
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