My Girlfriend turned 18 in march and in a bid to maintain control over her her mother refuses to give her sole access to all of them and remove herself from the accounts legally speaking what can my girlfriend do to stop this
We've tried since July to get them to send us a signed Lease, but they never answer. They're never available for phone calls and claim were holdover tenants now. They posted an eviction notice this month and said our CDC Declaration doesn't apply. We've called, emailed &... Read more »
Now they are requiring covid test results twice a week and we are not being compensated for the time we are taking to drive to test site, wait in line, take the covid test and wait for results. Is this legal?
In light of the moment-by-moment changes being made to federal, state and local laws as all the governments try to handle all aspects of the Corona virus pandemic sweeping the world I have decided not even to try to give definitive answers to the scores of questions being posted by askers about the...Read more »
His bank, informing him that they had a check in his name and wanted to know if he would like to deposit it into his account. Being really struggling with money in the first place, of course he said yes. And He then went and spent some of the money which the bank deposited into his account, a... Read more »
I scheduled a motion to dismiss the meeting for 30minutes and Plaintiff agreed to the meeting date, but not 30 minutes. In the agreed-upon date and time, the Plaintiff stated and agreed to meet for 15 minutes and not 30 minutes. Can the meeting be canceled on the grounds... Read more »
I borrowed my girlfriends car. I told my sister she could use it to take her boyfriend home. She didn't & instead asked a friend to drive hin using my girlfriends car. The friend driving my girlfriends car wrecked & was killed. Would the owner of the car insurance cover the cost of... Read more »
My lease expired in 2019 and I received a month to month lease with the expectation of purchasing the home but due to COVID everything was pushed back. Owner said I could stay until Pandemic is over. Sept. 11,2020 I received a notice to vacate October 31,2020. My lease states terminating this... Read more »
We live in Illinois. We booked a vacation rental property on Captiva Island for Mar 28-Apr 4, 2020. The rental was facilitated VRBO; actual booking was with Dream Vacation Rentals (DVR). We cancelled due to Covid. The Illinois governor issued a "no leisure travel" order on March 20.... Read more »
Rather than waste time trying to "familiarize yourself with Zoom" why not just seek new counsel? Why? Because most judges will NOT require a lawyer to stay in a case because there is an obvious conflict already.
Do I have any legal recourse in getting my inheritance back from my exhusband in our divorce. While married I received a sizable inheritance that he borrowed/took and purchased himself a car, motorcycle and spent approximately 50k shopping. The motorcycle and car are in his name only.
it was a new account, i was assure it wouldnt have any issues when it came time to access it and then on the day of my plans to spread my fathers ashes with my siblings, i wasnt able to access my account. i tried asking everyone i could at the bank and was eventually just ignored.
Guy was a state attorney and landed himself in trouble with the fed. Disappeared and no way to continue paying for this property. We did the contract through a local title company, so it's all legit. Property is in my name and I pay taxes on it. Is there a statute of limitations after a... Read more »
I find it hard to believe that a title company would deed over a piece of property from the seller to the buyer without recording the note and the mortgage. However, that's just me and my proclivity to paying close attention to details.
I also find it hard to believe that you cannot...Read more »
Our landlord has recently sold the property where the house that my family rents is located. At first, the new landlord said he would let us stay but just last week informed us that he's changed his mind and is going to tear the house down instead. Possession of the property doesn't... Read more »
My mother passed away in Feb 2018 in Wisconsin. My sister who was the assigned executor, also passed away in Sept 2019 also in Wisconsin. My mother did not leave a Will. She was a widow. I live in Orlando, Florida and I have my moms ashes. How can I get a copy of the cremation certificate from the... Read more »
My girlfriend and I just bought a vehicle together two weeks ago in Tennessee. It’s titled in both names and listed as her name first then “OR” my name second. She’s breaking up with me threatening to take the car to Alabama where she’s from and... Read more »
I was working a security job at one site and was not contacted over the weekend that I was to be moved to a different site. I started working the new site that following Monday was not put on the schedule. I worked Monday through Friday before and only worked 3 days last week. I was told I wild be... Read more »
Unless you have an employment contract you have no options. Why?
Because Florida is an “at will” state, which means private employers are free to hire, transfer, promote, demote, suspend, reinstate, fire and rehire employees for any reason at any time, i.e., “at will.” The only...Read more »
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