The truck is in Mississippi, my parents are in Dothan, AL living w/ my daughter. We intend to get the truck and bring to our home here in Ellijay, GA. Mom is willing to sign the title and has even mentioned just signing for her to avoid driving to Dothan with it in hand. Can I sign with... Read more »
What does this have to do with Florida law? And what would "p.p" mean? Depending on the state in which the truck is titled, it might be possible for Mom to give you a power of attorney. Mom seems to be under the impression that she cannot allow someone else possession of the truck...Read more »
No, one does not inherit the debt of another person such as a spouse. Her estate would be responsible for her debt, which would have to be paid before her assets were paid to her heirs. If the mortgage note is not paid, the mortgagee (bank, usually) could foreclose on the home she owns, but could...Read more »
They say he is will be responsible if the house defaults. Quicken loans states he is not and I don’t need to refinance. His attorney is forcing me to refinance or sell. I can’t refinance right now. I don’t want to sell my home. I don’t think quicken loans will do a mortgage modification... Read more »
I'm a psych student, and I am doing a project based on paraphilias and fantasies.
Edit: Got my first answer. However, I am still confused, 2003 Protect Act goes in detail about CSEM. But I heard this act was overturned for being unconstitutional. Even if it wasnt, it clarifies that the... Read more »
Ex-spouse received fraudulent spousal support payments for two years. The ex-spouse also did not notify the other party of the new location as stated in the court order. The divorce decree was entered by the Norfolk Circuit Court in the state of Virginia.
If there would be any fines, you might be able to find out if you ask your question at Justia > Ask a Lawyer > Virginia > Divorce. It's a matter of Virginia law, not Florida law. If you do, you might want to clarify what you mean by "... Ex-spouse received fraudulent spousal...Read more »
She was fired because I complained and the doctor informed me today that after she was fired, she stole all my records. So i need to do a bunch of work over and she stole two crowns that i paid for, although the dentist will get me new ones for free. Now I have to wear these plastic teeth fir an... Read more »
Assuming he was a Florida resident, if he was survived by a wife, children (or other descendants), siblings or parents, and if he didn't leave a will, you probably wouldn't inherit anything. Otherwise, you might. If he owned real property, check the appraiser's office in that...Read more »
Presumably this is a follow-up to a question I answered previously. Sure, he can request those things, but if the surveyor refuses, the owner's only recourse is to ask that the surveyor be prosecuted for trespassing. If there have been no damages, it is extremely unlikely that the surveyor...Read more »
My friend has a pending case for battery. However the accuser instigates every situation. Then will say he wants to talk it out only to pick a fight and then call the police on my friend. He calls, texts, emails, and shows up at his job saying that he is going to get my friend fired. But when the... Read more »
when he has access to that location by staying on the property he is authorized to survey and then he is ask to leave that property under FS810.09b. Is he trespassing if it was not NECESSARY for him to be on property of others to get to the monument? If not how does 472.029 supersede 810.09b
The word "necessary" is the key. For example, depending on the circumstances, it might be possible to access the monument without going over the property of others, but if the alternative route is much more difficult, it would probably be "necessary" to cross property of others.
If you are trying to ask a question about, when you move in together and things don't work out, whether you can sue for breach of contract; the answer is no. Had you been married, on the other hand, you would very well have a number of options.
So, they have acknowledged that they owe you the money; that is good. It is only a matter of getting the check to you. It appears to have been lost in the mail; that happens. Ask them to write you a new check and stop payment on the old one. Or consider picking it up at their office.
Not every problem people encounter has an official form by which they may seek a remedy. If you are the director of a corporation seeking such reimbursement, begin by writing a coherent letter to the treasurer, CEO, board of directors, etc. If this doesn't work, ask an attorney what to do next.
If the parent who has the child in their custody realizes that they can no longer financially support her can I sign power of attorney over to the man who has been in her life the last 10 years and she knows as step dad or will she have to go to her biological father even though she does not want... Read more »
He has to go through his employer to fix it. He has but his employer isn’t doing anything but his employer says he is. Is there anything legally I can do to get his name fixed so we can get the insurance that he’s paying for since march?
It seems odd that a mere spelling error on the insurance paperwork should prevent you from getting medical care for your child. If the child needs medical attention, ask the medical provider to contact the insurer and get the care pre-approved.
I notified a company/person they where no longer allowed on my property and fired them for causing damage to our pool equipment. They then hired someone else to come on my property while I was not home to take pictures of the damage after I told them not to do that. What legal recourse do I have?
I was involved in a hit & run car accident on Friday, May 6. I was driving my Land Rover, and a Toyota Corolla rear ended me. She pulled over for a few minutes, but pulled off before the police arrived. I have a clear photo of her license plate. My land rover has $1000’s in rear end damage.... Read more »
GEICO knows about it, so it is doubtful that failing to "put a claim on [your] insurance" would save you any money. You should ask GEICO to pay the claim; if they do, they may want to try to find the identity of the Toyota's owner, and file suit against her.
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