was beat up 2018. My ex stole and robbed from me and used me car and drugged me. His cousin or daughter beat me up as I was waiting. Cop sided with them. 2019 followed by my drug dealers friends I went crazy these people followed me all over my town so I followed them back. Three months later a car... Read more »
You don't need a lawyer, you need a Green Beret, or Navy Seal. Contact a civil rights attorney in your local area to see about a civil rights restraining order against them for harassment, or just a restraining order re: harassment.
I just purchased a new home and cannot afford two mortgage payments. I have nearly $300,000 in equity and wish to sell and retire. The tenant claims her lawyer states she can stay for 60 days. She also told me she will refuse to let anyone enter the proper who is interested in buying the home.... Read more »
I’m so confused and stressed out and only been renting here 3 months. My landlord told me because they were evicting the other tenant who is also my friend that I had to go too. Since day one I have had not one moment of peace. There are 3 of us renting rooms at this private residence. Even... Read more »
Your equipment? You own it. Unless you attached it to the walls/floors, it is yours to do with what you please. Sue owner in Small Claims for value of the property he is keeping. It is called "Conversion." Go to small claims.
I also believe that this is a retaliatory eviction I had no idea this was coming because I do my best to follow rules and not jeopardize my tenancy. On Jan 17 I was served with a 3 day covenant or quit it said my property in on and around the rental property was hazardous waste and according to... Read more »
It would seem that she is in breach of the lease re: occupancy. You can give her a 3 day notice to correct or quit, and a 60 day notice to quit, depending on the Covid restrictions in your area. You need to discuss with a local tenant rights attorney.
she married some other man while being married to me and lived with him in Texas, then came the theatrics dragging me into court on a divorce she filed for in March 07, the court completely ignoring my request to dismiss. court attorney and wife persuade me to sign divorce papers tell me its final... Read more »
I want to buy out the family home from my husband in our divorce. We have used the appraisal value and subtracted out the loan balance. Do we also take into account the commissions that would have been paid had we sold it for the divorce?
I moved here at the beginning of 2020, the landlord is an older lady who pretty much has her daughter (who does not live on the premises) take care of certain things here. We told the landlord in December of 2020 that our plumbing was acting up. The toilet doesn't flush properly, due to that... Read more »
Plumbing problems affect the habitability of the apartment. As a tenant you have a right under the Civil Code to "repair and deduct" meaning you can do the repairs yourself (or hire a plumber) and deduct the cost up to one month's rent. You need to give notice to the LL first....Read more »
There are a number of ways to do this, legally, to avoid capital gains tax, probate fees and other taxes. DO NOT HAVE HER SIGN A DEED UNTIL YOU CONSULT WITH AN ATTORNEY THAT SPECIALIZES IN ESTATE PLANNING FIRST.
In the beginning of 2020 my father asked me to help do some clean up in his new warehouse at the business he owns. I was not hired as an employee and did not fill out any tax paperwork I was just only there to help out and my dad always gives me a bit of money for it. At the end he had the company... Read more »
my friends dog has now been stolen TWICE by the same family. She has the paperwork, Bill of sale, and the dog is chipped, but the police said all they could do was make the family return the dog collar but not the dog. The dog managed to get away from the family the first time we got her back and... Read more »
If the police say you need to go to small claims, then that is what you need to do. You cannot control the future actions of other people. Sue for $10,000, and if they destroy the dog, you can make them pay full value. Unfortunate but that is all you can do. If seeking money, small claims can...Read more »
If the "offending" sibling has an interest in the property, they would not be a trespasser. As Executor, you have duties to the heirs to act promptly to transfer property, you could be in trouble for neglecting your duties. Best you consult with a Probate attorney in your area....Read more »
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