You don't mention if you are trying to collect from someone, or if you are defending a collection against yourself, or if this is a business collection matter. If you are defending against a personal collection you could start out with consumer bankruptcy attorneys (many also defend...Read more »
Since your brother did not leave a will, his daughter is his only heir. The clothes are of little monetary value, but it is up to the administrator of his estate to decide how to pay any remaining debts of the estate. You should have a quick consultation with a probate lawyer to determine what to...Read more »
i have a different drum setup. i have combined hand drums with my drum set along with using my drumstick holding technique. my hi hat i combine unusal symbols along with at least one of them being inverted.
the home which I had the right to do as executor of estate, we agreed that brother would live in home paying for all upkeep.Brother has a spouse. (whom he married after we became joint owners) Brother has passed away. Spouse is making a claim for property. Does spouse have any legal rights to... Read more »
I would have to check to make sure that your brother didn't add his wife to the deed before he passed, before giving my full legal opinion. But in the scenario you outlined, since the ownership was joint with the right of survivorship between you and your brother, once your brother passed,...Read more »
The disposition of his assets are covered under North Carolina probate law. Someone will need to at least consult an attorney to see how his assets can be distributed. His girlfriend has no legal relationship to him, and therefore has no legal right at all, to do...Read more »
I did not have an account with this company. The previous resident did, it was canceled over a year ago. I have tried putting the container at the road to get it picked up twice before. They have tried to start billing for service that isn't used. They said in an email that they would be... Read more »
I'm sorry, but more facts are needed. Did you contract with this company, you terminated servicees and they have not picked the container back up? There is no "law" or "rule" addressing this as requiring any specific number of days or weeks. You would need to look at the...Read more »
Trademark registrations are cancelled in most instances due to the failure of its owner to file with the USPTO a statement of continuing use. These maintenance filings are due in the fifth year after registration and in the ninth year to renew for another ten year term.
District Judge dismissed and suppressed the arrest of a DWI case because arresting officer violated defends 4 amendment rights by arresting defendant inside his home with no probable cause and no search warrant.
I have a UCC lien and lien enforcement called and threatened to come to my residence. There was a limited personal guarantee that states they would be allowed in terms of a default to review the assets. The company has been making this threat every two months or so but it is now weekly. They left a... Read more »
It's difficult to address this in an online forum. Many facts are missing. It smells like scam to me. "UCC Liens and Enforcement" is supposedly the name of the collector? Have they sent you anything in writing at all? If not, another red flag of scam, including the threatening phone...Read more »
I’ve read online from some employees of large corporations like Walmart and Target that these companies have a tendency to avoid prosecuting thieves until they have accumulated enough stolen property to constitute a felony. This begs the question of statute of limitations from misdemeanor to... Read more »
This is a criminal law question, not a consumer law question. As far as a civil lawsuit, the statute of limitation for money owed is 3 years not matter what the amount, and it starts fresh with each incident. Please repost this under Criminal Defense.
It is perfectly reasonable for you to ask your representative payee how your money is being spent and how much you have in your bank account. Your representative payee is responsible for using your SSI benefits to pay for your needs including payment for food, shelter, clothes, medical care and...Read more »
You should talk with someone at the district attorney's office as soon as possible, and let them know your reasons for not wanting to continue with the charges. Various people could be spending time on the case, so the sooner the better
It sounds like maybe you were the victim in a...Read more »
I purchased a business and the owner of the business i purchased sold me some equipment that was under a lease and had not been paid off. The owner of that business never told the lease company or paid a payment...
The attorney who handled your acquisition should have considered this in your PSA. If it was a stock sale, as opposed to an asset purchase, the business is likely the lessee on the capital equipment lease for the equipment included in the sale of the business. Check your due diligence file for...Read more »
A North Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Until you're able to consult with a local attorney for state-specific vehicle and traffic law, the convention followed in most places is that a vehicle backing out must usually yield to vehicles already...Read more »
You should contact the clerk directly to confirm that the date provided on the letter is the correct court date. You should also search for your court date at https://www.nccourts.gov/court-dates to confirm your court date.
My husband filed for the divorce and originally I did not contest it. A court date was scheduled for January 31,2022 and the divorce was not granted because I was not properly served. I now feel like I should contest the divorce, but I don’t know if I still have the opportunity to.
In North Carolina the requirement for divorce is that parties must have lived separate and apart except in rare circumstances. It requires that only one party needs to have had the intent to live separate and apart. To contest the divorce you would need to show you have not lived separate and...Read more »
A North Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. If you mean closed in the sense of a decision being rendered and the time period for appeal has passed, then it's possible the opportunity to re-open has passed. If the case had been withdrawn, it could...Read more »
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