Renters are not paying on time and ignore late fees. Still owe over $40,000.00. Told property is now worth less then $65,000.00 Do I let it go into foreclosure or what? Also told I have NO equity in the home. Not making any money and now the neighborhood, not far from Ferguson, Mo., is going down... Read more »
My house is to be on foreclosure this following Tuesday. Can I sue him? He knows he still owes me 15,000 and that is required to finish the last steps of the house. He knows once I sell the house his debt will be paid. But he rather take my home and this house I built. Please help.
So, if you're in the middle of foreclosure proceedings, you definitely want to speak to an attorney. You normally wouldn't sue if you're already being sued. Instead, you would counterclaim. You'll want an attorney to guide you through this process.
You need to speak to an attorney quickly. Disposing of assets after someone has passed is a routine process, which requires the intervention of the courts sometimes. If you have taken the liberty of selling something that is not yours, you may have bigger issues to worry about as well.
It may be that you are in a property that is uninhabitable. It may be that your lease requires the landlord to maintain the property. You need to speak to an attorney concerning the specific facts in your case.
Water has been leaking thru my dunning room baseboards. They can't find problem tore up my carpet. It has been over a month. The mold is bad. Now she said she will move us to different apt next week. I am disabled and will have to hire movers.
Yes, pay your rent and hire an attorney to sue immediately.
Here's the deal. You either will appear in front of the judge as a deadbeat who has failed to pay--no matter the excuse--or you can appear in front of the judge as an unjustly wronged tenant, who has spent months paying for...Read more »
They acknowledged this issue in 2009. They now claim the county is liable to be sued. They had the same argument in 2009, but the commission decided retroactive pay was unconstitutional. Having acknowledged this more than 5 years ago, does that mean the statute of limitations has run out for anyone... Read more »
The client was quoted a cost of ~$150 when the bill got changed it was ~$195. The company offered a $25 credit but could not match the cost that there representative quoted initially. Client has this in writing.
Missouri law provides, in the Merchandising Practices Act, that if someone suffers damage because of deception, that person is entitled to relief. Now, just because the law says you're entitled to it, doesn't mean you get it. That's where a smart attorney comes in. Now, what you're describing...Read more »
We recently bought a 2005 Chrysler Town and Country from Carmart August 31st. It has been nothing but problems. They knew our situation as we have a disabled father (in wheelchair) and we needed something reliable that he could get into & would fit his wheelchair. We paid 1500.00 down and 150... Read more »
You need to speak to an attorney quickly. They can best determine to what relief you may be entitled under the law. You may ask your attorney about Missouri's Lemon Law, Merchandising Practices Act, and other opportunities for relief available to you. But there's no easy yes-or-no answer to your...Read more »
There are a lot of questions that need to be asked before your question can be answered. Basic ones are, what duties does the seller have according to the contract? What duties does the buyer have according to the contract? Is there more than one contract governing?
001-3912 was dismissed by nolle prosequi. Could the form I'd signed in Case 001-3912 constitute compliance with Section 600.051 for my subsequent Case 011-2189 and relieve the trial court from obtaining a new form pertinent to the new case?
We are now divorced, but we're married when he did a bad remodeling job. They are now sueing me because we were married at the time. I had no involvement in the job, business, or contract. We have always had separate bank accounts, no joint assets, and I received no money for this work. I knew... Read more »
It can be frustrating, but it is a common frustration that one can be innocent, yet still must spend money on an attorney to prove that innocence. Fortunately, you are not wrongly accused of a criminal accusation; I know that doesn't make this any less painful, but it is also a clear example of...Read more »
I was putting a metal roof on our porch today and my ladder slid, when I caught myself my arm touched a service drop that runs to the meter loop, when it done so I was electrocuted causing a small burn on my arm and numbness and tingling in my hand and arm, when I looked at it I noticed it was... Read more »
While this is a good question, it's important to follow up with an attorney in person. That attorney can discuss with you the importance of negligence, and your likelihood to prevail in a suit.
One thing that is considered when your case is evaluated is the possibility that you might...Read more »
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