they have hacked every phone ..on my sixth phone line ..i now have no money no wheels.. they are hidding everything from and everyone has helped them ... she sold and stole a patent of my and now doing it agian ..its all about money investment property ... i never even knew and now they're try... Read more »
Depending on where the dog came from, it is very likely a PACFA violation. Age could also be a problem (a dog sold too young (i.e., less than 8 weeks old) to receive certain shots is a violation - although dogs do not have all their shots at 8 weeks due to boosters being necessary over a period of...Read more »
He prepared a fake quit claim deed and take my name off actually the property was on the name of 3 individual owner's. After signing deed he got notarized fraudulently. Notary has notarized deed with out my physical presence. Means there is also a froud comit by notary Public.
You are on the right path, you likely have claim against both your X and the notary.
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I'm a commercial tenant in a mall struggling to open a small business in the midst of this pandemic. A neighboring shop owner in the mall hired or asked a vendor/contractor to remove some equipment from her shop and he took a piece of my equipment valued at $1,300. When he returned it, it was... Read more »
You may have a viable defense to the Statute of Limitations defense. In some types of claims the Statute of Limitations does not begin to run until the damaged party (you) has notice of the defect. This will get very technical very fast. I recommend you contact an attorney to discuss your claims...Read more »
The issue here is does the Opposing Party have a legitimate defense and claim that the case is barred as a result of the Statute of Limitations. You will likely need to respond to this assertion. You are in Dist Court, if you are serious about your case you should consider having an attorney...Read more »
I'm not sure what difference the death certificate makes. In Colorado, the Personal Representative controls disposition of the decedent's assets. The Personal Representative is appointed by the probate court. It usually is whomever is named as PR by the will. If no will, then the PR is...Read more »
Parked at a gas station to pee and cop pulls next to me in my car and get out and goes in store before I get out. But he was looking at my car all suspiciously so I waited. He stands at the door inside the store then comes back out flashing his lights in my car and come and bangs on my window and... Read more »
This sounds like a terrible scenario that you experienced. So sorry you lived through that.
If you were parked and only stopped because of suspicion that you committed a traffic infraction - an infraction for which the officer's story is not credible if he waited a significant amount...Read more »
I know this gets complex on both sides of business and what it means for my marriage - anyways I need business dispute to be addressed first and foremost but in response he filed for divorce which I’m told stops the business part from continuing! I fear this is again a tactic for him to avoid the... Read more »
I am sorry to hear about your situation. The divorce court will address property division regarding the business. There is a mandatory injunction which stops business activities that were not conducted previously during the marriage in the normal course of business. If there is a separate contract...Read more »
Kiddo is in therapy (divorce dealing with anxiety) and the therapist only communicated with mom. Did not update dad. Come to find out dad asked for an update on info and was polite and the therapist said in front of both mom and child that she was scared for her life and could no longer be the... Read more »
Therapists do not usually communicate information about therapy automatically to others. If a parent who was entitled to receive such information asked for it, and whether that parent was entitled to receive information would depend on the case history, a therapist will generally share that...Read more »
The legal data search engines reflect approximately 198 cases with headnotes interpreting and analyzing CRS 18-1-603. This makes sense given how convoluted arguments/defense on complicity can be. They have been been subject to a wide range of...Read more »
My grandmother has been refusing to let my children be taken from her custody under threat of dhs involvement, since June 2020. The judge in both cases acknowledged my custody order but doesn't know why its not being enforced. HELP
from the animal shelter, name, phone, address, etc., and has called me wanting the dog back. I clearly said no. He claims his ex wife gave the dog away to the shelter and he didn’t find out until 4 months later. He has since sued me and the animal shelter for custody of the dog. The dog is... Read more »
You will definitely need to defend yourself in the Court action and prove ownership. WRT your safety I recommend considering a Protective Order. You should contact an attorney to discuss this matter in more detail so that the specific facts of our case can be reviewed and you can receive detailed...Read more »
She wants the tree cut because she is scared to sleep in her bedroom because she says my tree will fall on her bedroom. She has aggervated health issues from this tree, and she cant enjoy her yard because of this tree and she has increased anxiety and stress over this tree.
I would love to know if their is a law against having a gun in an apartment complex that is private and has a no gun clause in the lease agreement. Are there any defense for having/using a gun (maybe not even firing it, but just drawing it to protect yourself/property/others in trouble). Would love... Read more »
I am not aware of any state laws that prohibit weapons in private residential complexes. That said, I find it highly unlikely given that the 2nd Amendment is a federal constitutional right - subject obvious regulation. There are defenses to having/using a gun but the defenses are very...Read more »
Since they are not married, she can do a custody case for issues regarding their son. She may need to do a partition action (lawsuit) to deal with the house. She can do a replevin (lawsuit) for her personal property. She should get a lawyer to help her with all this.
A Colorado attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. As a general matter in most places, if you have comprehensive coverage, that could cover damage to your car. But even with that, there is usually a deductible that has to be paid out of pocket first. Being that your...Read more »
Am I liable if he shoots someone by accident? He is "mostly" blind. We have tried to take them away, but it is on his person. We took several away and had the long conversation about why it is a bad idea, but he insists he must have it for safety. My wife and I manage his care and will... Read more »
A Colorado elder law attorney could probably answer your question better than a personal injury attorney. You could reach out to one and discuss your role in the person's life. In addition to your liability which you ask about, you could discuss other serious issues here. If he is "mostly...Read more »
Diversified Management and the COA (Colorado Speings), in abuse of power and selective enforcement held my final payment of $2,563 in cashiers check for nearly a year, returned it for "reissue", then immediately turned my paid in full account over to Orten Cavanagh collection. This firm... Read more »
You'll need to provide proof of the payment to the court, you can ask for attorney fees when you win. I recommend that you contact an attorney that represents homeowners against HOAs to discuss your rights, remedies, and risks in this matter.
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