I am locked into a lease until August. Recently, my household income has taken a huge hit due to reduced hours worked and wages earned, and we are struggling to make ends meet. I have always made payments early and have a great history with this company. I contacted my landlord and explained the... Read more »
I hired a dress designer who gave me a deal on a dress where if I referred two people the dress would be half off. I did the promotion paid her $975 and she insisted i hadn’t completed the promotion and if I wanted the dress I would have to pay $825 more. She sent me a video of the dress and the... Read more »
The main signer filed chapter 13 last year. He fell behind now bankruptcy case is voided. He will get wages garnished. My concern is to protect my grandmother. With her living in florida I'm not sure where to start .
My father passed away March 17, 2018. He placed my brother and I as the beneficiaries to his NYCERS pension. My stepmother is fighting it, trying to get her elective share which we are ok with, we recently got a letter from her lawyer with a title notice of settlement granting elective share.
A notice of settlement is a proposed court order to be entered after a court hearing. You shoud have been noticed of a hearing. It may be nothing other than granting what you agreed to anyway, but only a lawyer seeing the paperwork could know. Has NYSERS held the money or do you have it?
I'm an NYU undergraduate student who rents an apartment with 3 other classmates in the Village a couple of blocks from NYU Washington Square. Due to CV19 pandemic, NYU has recently suspended classes for the rest of the semester and closed the campus and all dorms to students. We rent our place... Read more »
My father recently passed away in New York we believe without a will. At least we have not been able to locate one. He left a considerable estate to which myself and my sister are the only airs. We were wondering what we need to do next he had several CDs in three local banks to which total almost... Read more »
You need to petition for administration. The problem is that there may be a delay due to the court closures due to the coronavirus. Check with the banks to make sure there is no beneficiary designation on the accounts.
Long story short, I traded my car in back in December and it still hasn't been paid off over three months later. In response to one of the answers received: the plates were taken off and registration WAS cancelled. In January, I received a letter stating that the car was involved in an accident... Read more »
Foreclosure notice on the door do we have to pay rent? Is it a fraudulent lease since he didn’t tell us the house was in foreclosure? And is it true that the law change that you only have to pay one month security?
His only brother died before him a week ago and left my uncle his property and assets. All his siblings are dead. Niece and nephew, the only surviving children of his siblings, want to know who has right to assets. The niece took care of my uncle prior to his death and has her name on his bank... Read more »
there were recently loans taken out with me as a co-signer listed. My signature was forged by my husband. I do not want to press charges, but is there any legal action I can take against this company since i was never contacted? My credit is now bad because my husband defaulted on... Read more »
You cannot claim a bank fraud and not press charges. Either file a forgery/bank fraud complaint with the police, or be responsible for the loan. Your choice. If you are not willing to press charges and assert the crime in an affidavit to the bank, you will be responsible. Whether you should...Read more »
"Granted me the house" is not a legal phrase. Is it in an order of the court? Is it in a deed he already signed? I am not sure where you are in the process to advise where to go. Ultimately, you need to record a decree giving you the house, or a deed signed by your ex.
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