NO! If the house was foreclosed on, your Mother no longer owns it. Also, any change to the deed would cause problems. You really need to have an in person consultation (or secure video conference with an experienced NJ mortgage foreclosure defense and bankruptcy attorney. The exact situation can...Read more »
We canceled our wedding venue weeks ago. They promised to discuss our refund upon their business opening up as they could not issue refunds while being closed. Their business has since been opened and they ignore emails, don't show up for scheduled calls, and have now gone silent. We feel they... Read more »
The only way that you have any chance of getting your money back is going to be to file a lawsuit. However, no one can tell you about the solvency of this "wedding venue". Depending on the contract and other facts, you may have a complaint under the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act, which...Read more »
Trying to file a lawsuit as an individual against a company like Google is not going to be cost effective. You don't even know if your legal fees will be covered or not. Most litigants in a class action settlement get next to nothing. I personally, would take the $12.00 and move on.
My husband just learned that there was a $75k judgment against him and his co-defendant in a personal injury case from 2007, but judgment was placed in 2010 without him ever receiving any notice for court, about the judgment, etc. He was aware of the case and got to the point where they were... Read more »
You really need to retain an experienced Bankruptcy attorney to represent you in this matter. Bankruptcy is very complex and far more than merely filing out forms. During this pandemic, you have a choice of either seeing your attorney in person or by way of a secure state of the art Zoom Video...Read more »
Me and my husband have been separated for 2 years he threw away all of my belongings and I just found out today that his girlfriend is two months pregnant and wanted to know if I can get alimony from him?
The answer is probably not. You have been living separate and apart for two years, so there would be a strong argument against it. The fact that your not yet ex-husband has a pregnant girlfriend is not a factor. What you need to do is have an in person consultation with an experienced matrimonial...Read more »
You are going to need to retain a NY matrimonial attorney, with extensive domestic violence trial experience, if these complaints are filed in NY, but if they are being filed in NJ, then you need a NJ attorney. Your question has omitted a significant amount of facts, which would be necessary to...Read more »
Hello: I am looking for a letter that I need my son to sign in exchange for $20,000.00. We bought him a house five years ago and he wanted another place and I financed it for him. He wants to stay at the other property but wants 20,000.00. I am willing to give it to him but I want him to sign a... Read more »
A letter is insufficient in this matter. Depending on what a review of the documents pertaining to both properties indicates a new deed and other documents will be required. A deed or any matter pertaining to a financial obligation in regard to real estate cannot be modified by a letter.
Essentially I want to find homes, sign offers to purchase, and then sell the interest in those properties to house flippers who will make more money for a fee. Do I need a real estate license in NJ? Should I incorporate? Do I tell my current employer? Thanks for your input!
You really need to have an experienced business and real estate attorney set up the right corporate structure, draft the contracts and handle all legal aspects of your business. Good law firms will enable you to retain their services on an ongoing monthly retainer. Remember, a good lawyer is rarely...Read more »
I am currently on an O-1 Visa expiring late 2021. I (luckily) won the DV Lottery this year and plan to apply through Consular Processing. Will I be able to travel back to the US on my unexpired O-1 while my DS-260 is being processed? Thank you.
I continue to get statements showing I owe more than $50k to bring the mortgage to date, that the bank assigned a flood policy and hazard policy to the mortgage, resulting in exorbitant fees, and that my property taxes are many quarters overdue. The house was badly damaged in a hurricane (Sandy)... Read more »
First of all, if you were represent by a bankruptcy attorney, you should contact the attorney. Second, there is a big difference between whether a bankruptcy was closed or discharged. If you got a discharge, then that is the end of your financial liability. Third, a property manger is someone who...Read more »
The refund should be made promptly, if you provided proper written notice of the cancellation. It is extremely rare for a home improvement contact to be legally valid in the State of New Jersey. You should discuss this situation with an experienced civil litigation attorney. With state-of-the-art...Read more »
I’m in the works of a clothing business and want to know what steps I need to take in order for the name to be secure? I want the brand name safe from being taken. Also curious if there’s a way to copyright it, or whatever the proper terminology is, before launching the business?
You are going to need to retain an experienced law firm that practices all aspects of Intellectual Property and corporate structures so that all aspects of your business and your assets are safe and secure.
Since there was no signed formal contract and you did not pay for the vehicle, there was nothing to prevent the dealer from selling it to anyone else. This is a common practice among car dealers, which is completely legal. Realistically, whenever you go to purchase a car, or any other vehicle, do...Read more »
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