The residence in question has a different address than what they said was on the warrant. So this is 2 part questions. Are they required to show u the warrant and hand u a copy. And 2. The residence they seized drugs in was different than one on the warrant I never saw. Are these things legal and... Read more »
These are questions that your defense attorney will address with you. I believe I know what you are thinking and why you are asking this question. If I am right, then the arguments that will need to be made will be argued later, down the road. The many facts that are so important are not known...Read more »
The builder has closed on 5 houses of a projected 35 home development with another 5 or so in construction and having contracts. There’s over 20 lots that no development has occurred yet. I’m told they want to turn over the HOA now to owners. When asked about maintenance on a common area... Read more »
Okay, you are in a situation which cannot be adequately explained here. Anytime HOA's are involved, the key to everything lies in the written declarations and other documents which will be filed with the Clerk of Superior Court of the particular county of reference. You are going to want to...Read more »
It was deposited into a joint brokerage account and I invested it increasing the value by over 50%. She has moved the money to a different account and will not tell me the password. She also claims I have to right to the money. What is true? Do I have a right to half or a portion of this money? It... Read more »
Recently a judge granted my motion for amending petition to add party from the respondant side. I have verbal admission from respondant side that I need to use as my evidence that is very relevant to my civil case. How do I implement or make known to have that verbal evidence as my exhibit.
Term of Office. After the Declarant's right to appoint directors and officers terminates, the Association shall call a special meeting (or take action under Section 2.12 or Section 2.13 in lieu of a meeting) and the members shall elect three (3) directors as follows:
Well, it says what it says. That said, without reading the entire document along with any such other documents which could possibly relate to it and affect it, we cannot provide a definitive response. It does say what it says though.
It's been over 6 years now since the mother has been able to see her daughter. The daughter was given to the birth certificate named father (They were never married.). He has been told by judges to let the mother see her daughter, but each time she has tried to see the child, the mother has... Read more »
This is a genuine mess. First, if the child was born out of wedlock and the biological father (assuming that person is the father you referenced) has n-o-t filed a lawsuit to have the child legitimated, then the man has absolutely no parental rights to the child and should not have the child.)...Read more »
I signed a agreement to start a company. Nothing has been filed/registered/, the business does not yet exist. How do I back out of the agreement? I no longer have the financial assets to start one. My “partner” claims he signed the agreement thinking it was an already existing company. However... Read more »
Honestly? Anytime a person engages in drafting their own legal documents without the aid of an experienced attorney, that person has made a mistake. You should meet with a business attorney now to see what, if anything, you are now facing that will be harmful to you and whether it can be...Read more »
Husband and I are physically separated for 16 months. I excepted him to help me pay off the business bills but to no avail. He informed me after he was exposed of his infidelity of why he put the business in my name. His intentions were to work under the table and collect social security. He... Read more »
You are correct that this is a sad situation. Legal separations are rarely worth the effort. At the end of the day you would still need a divorce. You have mentioned certain specific facts which will mean you should seek legal counsel to discuss your specific situation with someone who can ask...Read more »
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In our Divorce Papers Under Dividing property Retirement it say that that My ex Attorney will take care of preparing Qdro And filing it in court. I didn't realize till my Ex partially retired from the place he work at for years that the QDRO was never taken care of. I contacted his attorney... Read more »
I live in Georgia I’m seventeen years old . My dad has primary custody of me and my mom is allowed to see me but my dad has kept me from her for years , my dad is physically abusive . I was wondering what would happen if I left to my moms house without parent permission. I seen an answer that... Read more »
Hello. I was the attorney who wrote the answer you read. Actually, what I said was that I had h-e-a-r-d of only 2 emancipations in my 31 years of practice. It is an extremely hard thing to accomplish. For example, it you were to explain to a judge what your plan of living is (like you explained...Read more »
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