But I realized that the copy of the pictures for evidence that everyone got was black and white. But mine is in color. Can I bring in the color pictures for the Civil and use them or any new evidence for the Civil suit?
answered on Mar 3, 2023
An Arizona attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. This could depend on your local rules of evidence, and the judge's discretion. Until you're able to consult with a local attorney for specific guidance, you could try bringing in the color sets. If they... Read more »
I filed a complaint in Superior court pro se and the defendant acquired an attorney and answered. The attorney has now reached out to move forward with discovery and other protocol but I have had issues acquiring counsel and need more time. Can I at least file a motion for more time so my case is... Read more »
answered on Mar 3, 2023
Can you? Sure. It's a motion to extend time to respond to discovery. Be forewarned: now that you've filed and the defendant has responded, it may be more difficult to find a lawyer to take your case, or may require a hefty retainer upfront. Good luck.
I was incarcerated at Maricopa county jail on during January 26th of 2023 and I was in a psychiatric unit at lower buckeye jail and I was I happened to not feel good I was throwing up about 6 to 7 times that day and I had asked the deal if she could call the nurse or call the medical so that they... Read more »
answered on Mar 2, 2023
Based on the information provided, it is not clear what the claim is for. Please provide additional details and context for me to accurately determine if it is a valid claim for a lawsuit.
Trailers, van and Harley towed for safe keeping after arrested at campsite for misdemeanor ticket..BLM requested the tow knowing I would be back in less then 24 hrs..as the Sheriff said it was just protocol and I would be self released once processed.
answered on Mar 2, 2023
There are generally laws that allow for government agencies to impound vehicles for safekeeping, but the specifics can vary by state and agency. Typically, the agency is required to provide notice to the owner of the vehicle and to provide an opportunity for the owner to retrieve the vehicle. If... Read more »
answered on Feb 28, 2023
If someone is working as an active duty police officer, then they have to act in a professional manner consistent with their training. If they do something illegal then they should be reported. If something they did violated your constitutional rights and they charged you with a crime then you... Read more »
I am summoned for a deposition. In 2019 I was the owner of a vehicle that an employee of mine was driving when involved in an accident. I was her supervisor. In late 2020, her and I started dating.
answered on Feb 12, 2023
An Arizona attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Who is taking the deposition? If it is by the plaintiff's attorney, your carrier may have assigned an attorney to you. If that's the case, they should brief you on the scope of questions you could... Read more »
Filed he been taking things out an saying this an that are gone how can I leagely have him move his stuff
answered on Jan 24, 2023
In writing, tell him he has 30 days to remove the items from your garage and that if he does not remove them by that date, you will dispose of his remaining belongings, and then wait another 30 days before you remove them.
I recently filed a complaint in Superior Court against 4 defendants due to a fraudulent transfer of a property. Is it proper to record a lis pendens just after filing the complaint or is it best to wait until you receive an answer? I ask because I don't want to be civilly liable by clouding... Read more »
I won a judgment against a Defendant and she immediately changed her sole proprietor business into an LLC in order to transferred all of her assets there. This has been recently discovered and now explains why I have not been able to recover judgment. It was thought that once you've been sued,... Read more »
answered on Jan 16, 2023
The transfers you described are post judgment snd should be easily set aside as fraudulent transfers. You can ask the court in which you obtained judgment to set them aside.
The defendant/ debtor has avoided bank garnishments so far but I have been notified that they have a Zelle, Venmo and Cashapp. Can I finally garnished their account via this method or are there any issues involving this?
answered on Jan 16, 2023
Yes. You can use the same forms as you would for a bank but send the form to their central accounting centers, the addresses of which you should easily find online.
Won a judgment against defendant. The def had an LLC for their business but never used it in any way. It laid dormant since 2019 until my judgment. The original first year address has been outdated and out of commission. The Arizona Corp Commission has suggested this would be an Invalid LLC address... Read more »
answered on Jan 16, 2023
No. You would need to try to “pierce the corporate veil.” It is doable but difficult and a new default judgment or complaint would not be effective in so doing.
I won a judgment against a Defendant that has transferred all of their assets into an LLC they have never used until my lawsuit. The LLC was created in 2019 at a rented space for one year, but never actually used. The Defendant moved out of that location and never found another. The Defendant has... Read more »
answered on Jan 11, 2023
Probably not bc of an incorrect address although your description of the chain of events might give rise to setting aside all those asset transfers as fraudulent.
A Defendant has a judgment against them and immediately closes out personal bank accounts transferring all assets into a newly create LLC bank account. The Defendant is the sole member of her LLC and is self employed. If the LLC is basically her employer, can a writ of garnishment be filed against... Read more »
answered on Jan 9, 2023
Yes. Those are fraudulent transfers by the debtor that can be set aside.
I sued the wife in arbitration for breach of contract and won a six-figure judgment. The husband immediately transferred their home to try and prevent any recovery from the property. It's normal to name both spouses in a lawsuit to obtain jurisdiction over the marital community, however, when... Read more »
answered on Jan 3, 2023
You must include both husband and wife in your suit or it will fail.
I won a judgment on a debtor and she completely zeroed out her bank account. This was made known when I attempted a Writ of Garnishment on her bank account that recently failed. She uses a Cashapp for her business. Is it possible to file a Writ of Garnishment on her Cashapp, Venmo or Zelle?
I've received credible information that the defendant is hiding a large amount of money owed to me within her sister's bank account. Is there a different type of writ of garnishment required to garnish the bank account of the defendants sister? How do I get around the defendants name not... Read more »
answered on Nov 16, 2022
You cannot garnish the sisters account if you do not have a judgment against her.
I received a judgment in a lawsuit. The defendant transferred ownership of a newly Mercedes-Benz purchased just before a lien or writ of execution could be filed. The paperwork was illegally notarized by an out of state Notary. Is it possible to file a claim to reverse the sale and file a lien or... Read more »
Rehabilitation efforts were unsuccessful at times but rights were terminated while parent was still engaged in services
answered on Sep 29, 2022
I have never heard of drug addiction being described as a disability. The ADA does not contain a list of disabilities, but rather defines disabilities as follows: "A physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities, a person who has a history or record... Read more »
I got accepted into a university, weeks pass and I get my grant to buy books and supplies. a short amount of time before the semester starts they say they made an "error" and put me in an earned enrollment program and cancel my classes not allowing me to reenroll in the current semester... Read more »
answered on Sep 23, 2022
I'd advise you to do 2 things:
1. make an appointment with a lawyer who handles general civil matters, and take all of the documentation who have so the attorney can make a professional assessment of your situation. It may mean you calling around to everal lawyers and several... Read more »
I did nothing but, have been told I said something of concern. Which I don't remember. The order also includes my 2 minor children.
I have been homeless for 4 months due to this Order. I am the primary homeowner. My girlfriend and mother of our 2 kids is in the home. She is the co... Read more »
answered on Aug 31, 2022
I'm sorry to hear of your situation. You are in a very precarious situation. I STRONGLY recommend you consult with an attorney and have them review the Order of Protection and the deed to your house before you take any action.
If you have not done so already, you can challenge the... Read more »
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