I truly believe that Mary Micheals the city attorney for warren covered criminal activity of an officer and Judge m Servitto helped her do it. I have proof of the fraud and perjury. How can all these inconsistencies not matter? Two different versions of one car accident in the narrative and... Read more »
Loan company says I have to continue to pay for something that was never finished. I was promised 5k for purchasing system by the sales company who say they won’t pay because they didn’t get paid by Empire Solar. I’m sure there are others in same boat. I’d like to sue or do a clas action on... Read more »
You really need to discuss with a commercial law attorney in your local area. I had a case like this years ago over an ice machine that was financed for a fish market- they use lots of ice. The bad news is that the loan company is not subject to the same defenses in collecting on the financing,...Read more »
I'm around 18-20 so I cant do concealed carry and I want something for safety in my car. I can get p.spray but I'd rather that a last resort if none of this works out, but also if I cant use the collapsible are there similar alternatives
Ex-husband means there was a judgment of absolute divorce. The judgment either addressed the issue of ownership and division of the house or it did not. Your post suggests you do not understand what your judgment says about this issue. If there is no property settlement agreement dealing with it...Read more »
If he’s mentally competent, and that can be a day to day thing with dementia, any lawyer can draft the POAs you need. There are two: a durable general financial power, and a healthcare power for medical decisions. Make sure you have ones compliant with current law and statutes, or you will find...Read more »
A South Carolina attorney familiar with local parking ordinances could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a general rule nationwide in most places, people can park on public streets freely. Good luck
My wife's children seem to feel they have the last say as to where we live. My wife has Parkinson’s and dementia and for the most part is bed ridden. Although we live is assisted living “I” am the one who takes care of her. We both agreed long ago that neither she nor I wanted to enter a... Read more »
My nephew was a paid caretaker start taker starting when I went into the hospital when I got out of the hospital I moved in with him so he could help me He had told me all of my personal ipersonal items from my apartment were put away safe but every time I ask he just put me off, comma he was... Read more »
Yes, you have been the victim of Elder Abuse, it appears, although you did not state your age. If over 65 you have additional protections at law. So, here are two problems with your case: 1. If the property you are addressing is worth under $10,000, then you are in Small Claims J/D. No...Read more »
each paid $200. The trip is in 2 weeks but we aren’t able to go anymore due to my boyfriends dad just getting out of the hospital after having a flesh eating infection. He is not able to be alone and need 24 hours care. My boyfriend needs to stay with him to help take care of him. Once we... Read more »
First, very sorry to hear about the dad's medical condition, it must be very stressful for you right now. The co-workers are not under an obligation to refund your money. Perhaps if you tried to appeal to them on another basis, like you really need the money due to the dad's illness, it...Read more »
Don't do it. Painters must be licensed unless the job can be done for less than $600. Hiring one that has no license and no insurance opens you up to personal liability if he injures himself, like by falling off the ladder. You don't want to be a defendant in a lawsuit, and there is...Read more »
Unless occupancy of the storage room is a part of your lease, you need to remove your property before it is disposed of by the owners. If you have a right to the storage area by your lease, then you should contact a local attorney to discuss your personal situation.
This is a question in Probate Law. I would think that your safest course of action is to open a probate as the personal administrator for your deceased husband and obtain the proper court orders to dispose of the property by sale or deed. You should contact a local PROBATE attorney to discuss your...Read more »
My full coverage insurance isn't really helping. The repair shop said my alternator and wiring harness burnt up. Midas has replaced the belt that runs from the alternator to the ac on July 30th it 31. I have done a little research on Nissan Murano s since the fire and found that this has... Read more »
Interesting question, did the OD cause an accident in which the person was killed? Normally the insurance covers injuries that occur as a result of the operation of a motor vehicle, not someone dying in the car. If you believe that the operation of the vehicle "caused" the person's...Read more »
I’m being harassed by a man I met online. We were in a long distance digital relationship that I ended, but now he won’t go away. He’s sending threats/messages/images to me/my family. How can I make him stop?
I would suggest calling the non-emergency number for you local police department. Describe the situation and detail the threatening messages. You might be able to get a protection from abuse order based on the facts of your situation.
The local high school is somewhat near another elementary school, and many parents use the HS parking lot as a drop off point for their students. The HS PTO says this is no longer allowed. Are they legally allowed to do this, as the HS is publicly funded?
You need to first determine whether the statute of limitations has run already, and that starts with determining which SOL applies, and the date it starts to run from. Based on your description, the SOL can either be 3 years of 12 years. The only way it can be 12 years is if the promissory note...Read more »
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