If you are seeking money damages then you need a civil rights or 1983 attorney. Use the Justia Find an Attorney tab and search for attorneys in your area who have an area of practice which includes this.
I've not finished paying the down payment with the dealership .. the car has some problems not sure of all, I know it would not crank yesterday or today... My first payment with the loan company is 6/17/2022... Can I get out of the contract
In order to properly answer your question, at a minimum, one would need to see the contact to determine if you have purchased the vehicle or if you have simply placed a deposit to purchase a vehicle. Good luck.
My brother is the excector of my Mom's estate and he has sold all of the household goods in order to pay his attorney to fight me in court, can he withdraw money from the estate without judge approval?
Most likely yes, but a lot of it depends on the language in the Order which appointed him as executor. Also, you might be able to go to Court and context the disbursements-----contact a succession lawyer in your are and arrange a consult to specifically discuss your matter. Good luck.
A template? You can do an internet search for one and find something is my guess but then you need to decide if the template is what you are seeking and best for your HOA. Or you can consult with an attorney and have the attorney, in conjunction with the HOA, come up with a form.
You should contact a few criminal defense attorneys in your area and consult with them----- you do not mention the age of your daughter but one of the things you want to do is ask about their experience in handling matters in Juvenile Court as well as the possibility of this matter ending up in...Read more »
He legally objected to the move. I’m having trouble finding an attorney to take my case because I broke the law. Is this to be expected? Our current custody agreement states that if one parent takes the children out of state more than 48 hours, the other parent has the first right of refusal.
If you were defending yourself, yes. If your job is giving you issues then you need to immediate consult with a workers' compensation attorney, or I recommend that you go ahead and do so---most in this area of practice will provide you a free consultation. Good luck.
A civil suit cannot be converted to a criminal suit---that said, if there's probable cause and/or a belief that a crime has been committed based on the underlying facts in a civil matter, then it's possible that the District Attorney could start a and file a criminal bill of information....Read more »
You should consider requesting early termination of supervised release—which is what I believe you mean by “federal probation,” as the health issue requiring you to possess a medical cannabis card is likely a “new or unforeseen circumstance,” that makes early termination appropriate when...Read more »
I have court at 9 am for rule to show cause. My ex filed for emergency ex parte order and was granted it. The judge who granted it relinquished jurisdiction of any further proceeding to another parish it is stated in judgment we was given in December so how can he grant her the exparte order she... Read more »
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