In this situation, rental income is to be used for the beneficiary's Special Needs Trust. There is a home that needs to be cleaned and rented yet the trustee has not done anything to take control of the property, clean and get it back on the rental market. I feel this is a breach of his... Read more »
I was accused of stealing a phone on my job on 9/11/2021.I got arrested for a felony Grand theft. When I went to count it got downgraded to mismenandor two counts(one for Petit Larceny and Criminal Possession of stolen property). I was offered a restitution to dismissal at the Arrangement and the... Read more »
Both parties live in Texas, I know where she works, and lives, but I have it on good authority she will be moving sometime this year (2022). She doesn't have many (probably any) assets, rents the house she and her family live in (she's engaged, but not legally married, they have 1 kid... Read more »
Most of the small claims courts and local courts have pamphlets which generally discuss ways to collect a judgment and what to file. That said, depending the amount of the judgment, you might best be served to contact a collection attorney and at a minimum seek a consultation on how to proceed and...Read more »
I've had an individual file report accusing me of things I have not done and know nothing about with the local state and fed. This guy is targeting me because he for she rain thinks I've slept with his girlfriend or whatever she is. I don't know if this girl is feeding him a bunch... Read more »
Generally speaking, a criminal defense attorney would know best how to navigate the criminal justice system and analyze what is happening in order to tell you if any crimes are actually being committed against you.
I started an s corp with 2 other equal partners in Feb 2020. Myself and another partner bought the 3rd partners shares in March of 2021. The partner that was bought out was just sued by a vendor of his that he dealt with in his previous business. The person is alleging that my former business... Read more »
Possibly. It sounds like the plaintiff is trying to allege some type of tortious business interference and conspiracy with your new business and your former business partner. This scenario where a person closes down a business to avoid debts and then opens a new business does occur. While your...Read more »
You would have to sue your nephew for breaching the terms of any written agreement for the loan to him or to the business. If there was no written loan agreement, but it was only an oral understanding, it would be harder to prove. And even if the court issues a judgment for him to repay you, he...Read more »
I wish to hire an attorney to help with preparing an "opposition to motion to deem matters admitted". Is it possible to hire for only that, or will attorneys require they represent me throughout the entire case?
It is your duty to fully cooperate with any lawful demand of the police officer. However, it is his job to determine the probable cause. The probable cause is a legal word which means he has justified reasons that you are invovled or had committed or violated a law. For instance, police cannot stop...Read more »
Generally, a home purchased during the marriage is community property. Whose name is on title does not change that. A Quit Claim deed also doesn't necessarily change that. It depends on the expressed intent of the parties at the time of execution of that Quit Claim deed and it depends on...Read more »
My company is being named in an lawsuit. Person A who's role was a mgr (not employee) of my company transferred from Independent Contractors' personal email/computer a video with sexual content to his personal email; never associated with the business. IC found out called the police and... Read more »
I got divorced in Colorado and have been ordered reintegration therapy to have contact with my children however I live in Florida. To have therapy the therapist must be licensed in both states this is impossible to find and if I did find a therapist willing they would be in violation of the law... Read more »
Yes, you can file a motion to have he court modify it's order. Your motion should propose a solution that is possible and that will meet the court's initial concerns. You should get a lawyer in Colorado to help you with this (assuming the order is from the Colorado court).
School principal said I was no longer allowed to drop grandson off at school. It's a cps case he was placed with me due to mothers drug addiction. He has been in this school since beginning. No idea where his mother is at. I am not enrolling him where I live keeping him in school hes been in.... Read more »
I was given an offer of employment. I accepted the position and I quit my job to take the new job. The day before my start date I was informed that my start date was being postponed due to weather conditions. After inquiring as to when I would begin working for them I was told that they would not... Read more »
An Arkansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. In general usage, the term "per annum" means yearly or annually. But that doesn't reconcile with the 10% daily interest you also mention in the description.
I have a judgement against me since last year. each year the attorney sends an information subpoena for me to fill out. I only receive social security benefits. it says Attach copies of the three most recent bank statements that contain funds from social security. an I redact from my bank... Read more »
Denied medical care after contracting covid due to the jails negligence and unsanitary conditions also bond set so high he can't get out $350,000 judge refuses to lower it and has yet to have been in front of a judge for a formal hearing or arraignment for his charges they held his arraignment... Read more »
A person may file a Section 1983 suit concerning lack of medical care by filing the complaint himself or hiring an attorney to do so. Attorneys who file civil rights suits generally do so on a contingency basis but are particular as to which suits they will choose to undertake given the...Read more »
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