I was evicted so my landlady could rent the house for more money during an eviction freeze
We were given until the 15th to leave. She has bullied and harassed me and another tenant to hurry so she can paint the rooms. I have most of my belongings out but she has entered my room and started... Read more »
The landlady cannot practice self-help evictions. You have to be served with legal papers issued by the court. It is called unlawful detainer. If she just bullied y0ou to get out without ciourt action, then she has acted illegally and you do not habve to move. Call the police if she keeps...Read more »
The hotel has told us we have to stay somewhere else for a few days due to there 28 day policy but can come back after a few days. We have been here for around 5 months and after about 30 days we stayed at another hotel for two days and came back, stayed for around three months and was told we had... Read more »
The issue here is that they do not want to become long term landlords because if they do then they would be subject to a whole different body of law that would regulate them. You will be better of finding an apartment somewhere else. Best of luck.
Yes, if it is community property. No, if the business is her separate property, she had it before you married her and she maintained it as her separate property. If you think you are entitled to a share of the business, you should hire an attorney to review this and other marital settlement...Read more »
We received a letter from our landlord telling us that "neighbors" are complaining about an extraordinarily strong chemical smell that comes from our apartment and is "so strong that it seems to come through the cracks in the walls or vents." The landlord wants us to... Read more »
I have been living and working in Vietnam for the last 3 years. Last year while on vacation my Vietnamese girlfriend and I got married in California. She has a Taiwanese passport so we didn't need a Visa or fiancee visa. Now she wants a divorce and neither of us have been living in California... Read more »
Three Brothers grew up in this house. Our grandparents lived in this house i. returned home at 2002 after divorce. Lived here ever since. Took care of other my parents. Girlfriend moved in at 2015 and was my dads care giver. Attended both my parents doctor appointments every week . No one could... Read more »
If three brothers are on title and two want to sell they should talk and give the non-seller the opportunity to purchase the home. If that approach fails then the other siblings can initiate an action for partition. Best of luck.
He now wants bifurcation so he can marry his girlfriend but I am opposing it because I am wanting to do the traditional route, Case Management, then Settlement and if necessary Trial. We are at this stage because of his dishonesty and failure to comply. Any suggestions on how to oppose it. If he... Read more »
My wife and I are recently divorced. Years prior to our divorce, we set up trusts for each our daughters. I am the trustee and my daughters are the beneficiaries of each of their trusts. The trusts own shares in a private company that may have a substantial liquidity event in the near future.... Read more »
A trust speaks only at the death of the trust or, so I do not believe that your inquiry is viable. However, if you and your wife revoke the trust, then you could achieve your purpose. Best of luck to both of you.
If you live in California, he has to wait until December to initiate a lawsuit for eviction. The letter for 60 days is just to scare you. It seems that you may have some problems with the living conditions. If you have proof that you told the Landlord of these problems and LL did not fix...Read more »
I was wondering what all i can get out of my divorce? My husband was an extremely emotionally abusive person and there has been times in which he was physically abusive. He cost me my job by calling my boss and accusing me of having an extramarital relationship with a coworker. The home and... Read more »
I am mobile home co-owner (Registration & Title). Is there any way including what he says is my not being on rental agreement (which I am), whereby he could accomplish this? Violence has escalated each time, until police came last weekend (9/19). My wrist is bruised and swollen due to his... Read more »
If your partner is inflicting domestic violence on you and is trying to evict you. You need to go to the Court and file a Temporary restraining Order and tell the Sheriff to serve the the TRO. Best of luck.
Start an quiet tittle case, continue living in the property, openly but discreetly, place signs like do not enter, private property, hand a sign on the porch: the residence of [ your name____] and change all the utilities to your name. Build a fence and protect against al for any unauthorized...Read more »
have two children and also we purchased a house only in his name due to credit scores before marriage but while cohabitation, it was purchased 8 months before marriage. Will I be granted anything from that property, he has a attorney but I don't, I have been a homemaker since my first son was... Read more »
I left my husband after 8 years of marriage and 11 affairs. I tried everything to fix my marriage including marriage counseling but it was irreparable. We split 50/50 custody of my 3 kids, (ages 12, 11 & 5) I don't receive any monetary help from him but I am struggling to make ends meet.... Read more »
I made the mistake of asking before doing it, and was told 'tenant shall perform no landscaping. I will probably do it anyway because it's ridiculous and I don't think I should have to live in overgrowth. Do they have any recourse if they see i have in fact done some well needed... Read more »
“We do not have a lease break option. If you choose to not move into the apartment, that is certainly your choice to do so. The process we will follow is to wait for two days or until we receive an email confirmation from you and all your roommates releasing the apartment. Once that happens we... Read more »
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