Recently I invested $1000 into Dogecoin as it was at its lowest of 0.19 and just today this cryptocurrency has just reached its all-time high of 0.60. And because of the surge of this high buying for Dogecoin, Robinhood's crypto services went out and I couldn't sell nor buy during this... Read more »
Sure, anyone can sue anyone else; so f you have $400,000 I am sure you can find a bunch of security lawyers willing to try to slay a giant. But you need to forget about "bribery" and "string-attached manipulation."
A Writ of Garnishment of wages was dismissed 01/04/2021 and info was sent to my employer 01/04/2021. On 04/05/21 , a Writ of Garnishment was delivered to my employer for the same dissolved case and my employer has garnished my wages. My employer is refusing to cease the garnishment of my wages... Read more »
You cannot get rid of the new writ by complaining about it to your employer. They MUST obey a judicial order, and will not listen to your lamentations. The only way to stop the new writ is to stop it in the court.
The IRS would not accept our 2020 tax filing because one was already filed. Our 3rd Stimulus check was also stolen because our CPA was hacked. She later informed me of this and said some of her other client's data was also stolen and used. She should have adequate cyber security in place... Read more »
Only if you can prove that she knew she was going to be hacked. Really doubtful, but not impossible to imagine. IMO, you best way to handle this is by cooperating with the IRS and helping them find the hacker.
I have been looking to purchase a business and I have to go through paranoid brokers with 9 page NDA's that tell you that they are liable for nothing (must be nice). They do not represent me, and clearly state that in the NDA's. They, however, REQUIRE financial information to include cash... Read more »
Hypothetically, a comm. tenant builds kennels and cages in a former storage area of the pet store w/o prior the landlord's knowledge and then complains that the a/c isn't cooling down the area properly (the once storage area). However, the landlord did discover the change midstream and... Read more »
This bizarre request for "legal" assistance by a college student--by another name could be called "cheating"--something that real lawyers would never do--at least not publicly. Go to the library and dig out what you think is an answer.
To the best of my knowledge, no such attorneys exist.
IMO, what you want to do is not possible in this nation of laws that intentionally encourage unlimited commercial advertising with its corresponding egregious invasion of privacy coupled with complete "transparency" of...Read more »
Yes, once a probate action is filed EVERYTHING that the decedent owned--including the contents of safe deposit boxes becomes subject to the jurisdiction of the probate Judge, who has the Will and can look to see who is entitled to what, after all expenses are paid.
I am a small business owner in FL. I received an EIDL loan from the government on March 16 for $55,900 to help me keep my business afloat during the pandemic. I had the funds deposited into my business checking account at BlueVine, and had no issues until Mar 29, when I suddenly received an email... Read more »
While I am not sure who or what "BlueVine" is, unless it is a legitimate regulated commercial bank or credit union you may be out of luck. And in any event, since you are obligated to repay the entire $59,500 to the US Small Business Administration or to the US Treasury, I strongly advise...Read more »
I am the secretary for a 501c3 focused on supporting military and ex-military veterans. We have a unique situation where the group acquired a motorcycle trike, which the group would like to "loan" to a biker who lost his leg in a motorcycle accident. We want to know if we should... Read more »
Liability attaches to whoever owns the trike as well as whoever is driving it when an accident occurs. So if the club owns the trike (name on the title) they cannot avoid liability by leasing it or selling it subject to a purchase money loan. Hire an experienced lawyer to help keep the club on this...Read more »
so I went to the bank in the drive thru then the teller deposited my stimulus check without my autorization on purpose, when I said I wanted it to cash out . she did it because apparently my account had a pending overdrawn for $259 and at that moment I didn't know, so I said I want my check to... Read more »
Yes. Tenants and/or landlords or property managers working for a landlord can say or text anything about lease renewal without binding themselves; the only thing that is binding is the actual written lease itself.
In this case it appears that the PM might not have had the owner's...Read more »
The property containing my unit and 7 others in 4 duplex buildings has been sold. The rent shot up but I guess that's to be expected, the thing is the new owners are demanding that we immediately sign a lease. I and many of the others tenants have been here a long time and no longer have a... Read more »
Building on the correct answer your received from Mr. Kaufman: Not only can the new owner "force" you to sign a new lease in you want to stay there; they can evict you on only 30 days notice if you refuse. So sign the lease or start packing.
Defendant filed a mtd 3 months ago in which he requested a stay on discovery and all pretrial events pending a ruling on the motion. Since a pending mtd does not create an automatic stay, nor does a pending request for one, I have attempted to schedule a CM meeting but opposing counsel refuses to... Read more »
I signed an individual lease over a month ago on a 1x1 in a shared 3x3 student housing apartment in Florida. The landlord sent me a text saying that I had a new roommate after she had already moved in. My lease had not started yet so I am not yet moved in. She signed the lease after I did and moved... Read more »
So long as you are married, if your wife's name is on the mortgage and the deed you will be unable to refi the existing mortgage loan without her signature and approval. Your wife cannot do that either--without your signature/approval.
The short answer is "Yes." And so is the longer answer. 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...Read more »
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