You did not ask a question. Re-post to state what you wish to find out or what kind of help you are seeking. Also, we see our on end says, "Orland, CA asked ... in Civil Rights, Domestic Violence, Elder Law and Identity Theft for Florida." State where the events occurred, as it's...Read more »
If you are a victim of domestic violence you can seek an injunction for protection against domestic violence. In order to file the case, you would first get your evidence together (photos of injuries, videos of fights, etc) and then go to the clerks office in the county where you reside. There the...Read more »
Your inquiry indicates that you writing from Indiana but directing it to Fla. attorneys. If this is an Indiana matter, you must direct your inquiry to Indiana attorneys. If it's a Fla. matter, more facts would be needed to evaluate this and determine what actions can or should be taken. Of...Read more »
This is not my area of practice, but your question remains open for two weeks and it frustrates me that a veteran might have their benefits held up due to administrative discrepancies in personal information. Here is an address link to a page in the SSA website -...Read more »
And your question would be can the store legally do that? Probably, but what you mean by "personal demographics" is unclear. If I were a customer at that store, I would probably not buy that item if your name was scribbled all over it.
I suffered the following crimes from a neighbors' guest, who has been living in the building: stalking, car burglarized, wire transfer fraud on my Citibank check, mailbox tampered, bank statements missing. Lease violation to have a guest more than 2 weeks. Guest was just released from prison... Read more »
You might be able to obtain an injunction against the criminal. His crimes have nothing to do with your landlord; constructive eviction is a cause of action between a tenant and the Landlord. You have no remedy to terminate your lease; you can leave at any time, but you will suffer negative...Read more »
My sister has opened several credit cards in someone else's name, even got to withdraw a total about $5,000 from a Wellsfargo ATM (cc belonging to Wellsfargo) months ago, but this has happened over the course of a year or so, and nothing has happened, and today she received two calls she... Read more »
In short, yes. She will want to speak with a criminal defense attorney to represent her rights for these likely felonious charges. Depending on the number of charges brought, she could be looking at quite a long stay in federal prison.
To the best of my knowledge, no such attorneys exist.
IMO, what you want to do is not possible in this nation of laws that intentionally encourage unlimited commercial advertising with its corresponding egregious invasion of privacy coupled with complete "transparency" of...Read more »
In 2009 I was going through a hard time my sister told me to come stay with her in Columbus Oh. I came up from FL to see how things would go and they did not work out I was told she had 13 evictions in my name recently I had to go to court because the FWC gave me a fine for a fish that was two in... Read more »
It wouldn’t be the first time that a sister/brother used the identity of a sibling during an arrest. You’ll need to run an FDLE records check and find out where the DUI occurred, then work on getting it off your record. An attorney can assist you. Good luck.
Someone has been financially gaining by using a different name on documentation which has been notarized (as required to be valid and binding) but, the name does not match the legal name or initial on the FL ID. For example: the person's name is "Tom Smith Jones" (First, Middle and... Read more »
To answer that question, a review of all relevant documents and communications would be required because notarization is not normally needed to create an enforceable contract. So the issue is whether the faulty notarization makes a difference, as opposed it being irrelevant because of having a...Read more »
I am not sure what your question is. If I understand your ramblings, you should contact Local Law Enforcement and report the allegations that you have concerning this lawyer or anyone who is engaging in the type of conduct that you are suggesting.
Hi I received a Order of Suspension letter from the State of Florida Division of Motorist Services. Someone used my license details (name / DOB /height) on a traffic citation and the county is taking me to court. The car details on the Citation are unknown to me and I can prove I was at a... Read more »
You really should have a real estate litigation attorney represent you in a matter this complex. The validity of the mortgage should be one of the causes of action in the complaint if you are the Plaintiff or raised both as a defense and counterclaim to the action. The affidavit would only be...Read more »
I have requested from my bank to email me a form which i was supposed to sign, so i can add an employee to be able to make payment through the businees account. They needed him to go to the bank so they can put his name on the form and email it to me to sign it. They did email me the form on which... Read more »
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