A request for rental assistance was submitted a month or so ago. The status is still showing "Submitted" with no way to check for further details. Approval is expected per the qualification guidelines. The landlord has filed a civil action, and the process server has served the... Read more »
I am in California. The house is in Ormond Beach Florida. The house belongs to a vile, mentally unstable woman that has bullied me and others online for almost a year. A friend in Florida offered to go by her house and take pictures. He ended up confessing to her that he took the pictures. I did... Read more »
Generally speaking the taking of photographs of real property is not a crime. However you’re choice of words about the resident would give one reason to question your acts and motive. One last observation, you should be very careful about what you choose to put on the internet…all you have...Read more »
I own an LLC (65% share), and my two business partners (35% share - they invested prior to joining as manager-members if that matters) decided to start a competing company while still a manager-member of my company while before it was dissolved. This new company they formed is 100% direct... Read more »
I’m not sure it is possible to answer this question intelligently due to insufficient facts. How are they member-managers if there’s no operating agreement? And you’re right, fiduciary duty would attach to member-managers. You need to retain a business lawyer to get into the facts in order...Read more »
A process server came to the house to serve my mother in-law with divorce papers. She was sleeping because she works the night shift so my sister in-law answered the door and told him she was sleeping. He gave my sister in-law the summons and took down her first name and age. My sister in-law was... Read more »
He went to Jamaica to get the marriage annulled but got really sick and died 2 days after he arrived in Jamaica before he had a chance to do so. Is she still entitled to a percentage of his estate that she never visited or lived in or contributed to here in Florida?
I’m working with a company I’ve defaulted on due to Covid hardship. I’ve sent everything and now they’re requesting to see my bank statements. My personal account over laps at times with my fiancée business account. I try not to let it happen. But there are times he needs me to do things... Read more »
You are attempting to resolve a claim that a creditor has with you. They've asked for some documents which you've provided, and now they want bank statements. Are they allowed to ask for bank statements?
Of course they can ask for them. Creditors ask for bank statements all the...Read more »
I have to guess what your question is. So here goes: you have a roommate. You paid the rent in full to the landlord, but your roommate was supposed to pay half. When you demanded his half, he told you that he wasn't paying anything. Now you want to know whether you or the Landlord can evict...Read more »
I'm married with a us citizen have a k1 visa I believe I need to apply for I 485 and I 765 but I plan to add I 131 for travel document can you please tell me the exact fee for all of them when seeding together with each fee separately of possible?
If you are filing Forms I-765 and I-131 with a Form I-485, you need only pay the I-485 filing fee, $1225.00. There are no filing fees for Forms I-131 and I-765 when filed concurrently with the Form I-485. Good luck!
An attorney is required to communicate with clients, including giving the files back. Yet, in your case, you can get on the website of USPTO and see what have been done. You may be able to receive a copy there.
I am currently 23, living with my girlfriend(20), we are both working 40 hours a week, renting from my aunt and uncle, who also run a logging company, that are honorably managed landlords. They do have 6 other rentals that are not rented to other family members. They hire cheap local... Read more »
But according to the Residential Lease Agreement signed by both parties is says “If at any time either party desires to terminate the month-to-month tenancy, such party may do so by providing to the other party written notice of intention to terminate at least 30 days prior to the desired date of... Read more »
Can a judge force me to sell my house that I bought with the money I received from my husbands passing? I got remarried and paid for the house cash, my now husband has taken out the entire equity, to pay off his credit card debt. He agreed to pay it back, now he wants a divorce and has said the... Read more »
This is a complicated question with multiple steps. Step one is to determine what portion of the house (equity) is marital. You say that the deed lists you, your husband and your daughter. This could mean that you each have a 1/3 interest. It could mean that you and your husband have half and your...Read more »
I received two tickets, one for the crash and one for the expired date and I also received a court date. My question is, am I still able to obtain a drivers license? And will this offense result in jail time?
You will not be able to get the answers you need for this matter online. Seek a free consultation with an attorney handling criminal and traffic cases. If you mean you had no valid DRIVER'S LICENSE (not just expired tag) at the time of the crash, I assume you are or will be charged with a...Read more »
Hello, my husband and I live in Florida and a company supposedly bought this debt from Home Depot and is now trying to garnish my husband's wages. My husband is the only source of income that we currently have, I am pregnant and lost my job due to Covid. We won't be able to afford our... Read more »
If they are trying to garnish your husband's wages, it appears that they have a judgment against him. If that is the case, you might want to send them proof of your financial difficulties; if you do so they might not apply for a writ of garnishment at this time.
Was able to clean out all bank accounts that had my money in it as well as a house that he purchased from selling our house after our divorce, how can he get her accounts frozen so he can get his money
Your ex's father HAD a power of attorney. But POAs don't survive the death of the principal (your ex). It doesn't appear that your ex father-in-law has any right to the bank accounts, other than possibly as an heir of his son. But he should seek advice from an attorney.
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