It depends on many facts that you have not provided in your question. Also, an attorney needs to review your contract before advising you accurately on whether or not you can terminate the contract. I would highly advise you to immediately contact an attorney to discuss your options as the longer...Read more »
Hopefully, you're all safe at this time. I have a question regarding who is responsible for paying for the maintenance cost in the buildings? For Example, we own the condo but the balcony ( which is what people use to enter their house) needs to ger repair on the second floor all over the... Read more »
It depends on the setup of the balcony, as well as the exact language used in your condo decelerations and bylaws. But if it is a shared common balcony where there is essentially only one or two sets of walk up stairs for all unit owners and an open walkway on each level accessible to all units -...Read more »
I’ve spoken with the other party’s insurance adjuster haven’t signed anything or given a recorded statement. Just given him a few pieces of my medical records pertaining to this injury. I am still have ongoing medical treatment. I have no attorney I’m handling this insurance claim all by... Read more »
I am sorry to hear about your injury and hope you are feeling better. That said, I would strongly discourage you from trying to handle this yourself. Insurance companies do not take unrepresented individuals seriously. You should stop everything you are doing, do not contact the relevant parties...Read more »
Illinois statutes contain “Intestacy Laws” that determine who receives a deceased person’s assets in the absence of a valid will. These laws apply only to probate property; as a review, probate property must be distributed by the court and include assets which are owned solely by the deceased...Read more »
Yes, the injured party could sue you. However, the specific factual circumstances of the accident will dictate whether or not you are a named defendant should they file a lawsuit. If you were injured as well, or if you went to the emergency room, etc. than you also should speak to a personal...Read more »
You should contact an attorney to review the lease and/or the facts about DQ's conduct that you are indicating are interfering with your business. You may have the ability to assert some type of civil claim in hopes of encouraging the mall to lease a location to your business, but again a...Read more »
From the limited facts you provided it does not sound like any personal injury was actually suffered? Did they cause you injury? Have you seen a doctor or psychologist as the result of the threats? If you did not sustain an injury it would be difficult to say "you have a case" and even...Read more »
If your brother is the executor he needs to file the necessary paperwork with the Court in the County where your father resided at the time of his death. That being said, there is a significant amount of work that must be put into your father's estate to ensure it is properly handled. You...Read more »
You stated you have an attorney, thus your question should be directed to your attorney. You should call and demand that you speak with them personally. If you are dissatisfied with the attorney, you are always free to terminate their services and hire a new one. I wish you the best.
In general, no one can sell real estate without a real estate license including an attorney. However, certain exceptions qualify that statement such as an attorney selling their own property, or assisting a family member if they do not receive commissions, etc.
The short answer, yes you can do this. However, it would require the right buyer and for the taxes to be negotiated into the sales price. Because of the complexity of the transaction, you should hire an attorney to handle the sale of your home. Typically, attorneys charge a nominal amount for...Read more »
If you contest it in Court, it may not be entered on your record if you get it dismissed. If you pay the fine, you are admitting guilt. If you attend TSS, you have initially admitted guilt but will have it expunged upon completion.
You are not required by "law" to give the insurance company anything, but rather you are required to adhere to your contractual obligations which are set forth in the insurance contract you executed with your insurer. That contract is not only going to provide a provision that states you...Read more »
You should have the warranty honored by the company. If they refuse to take action to fix the computer, assuming you have followed all necessary steps outlined in the warranty, then the next step is to contact an attorney and provide them with all of the documents and correspondence you have had...Read more »
My wife is on the loan and they are not suing her. I went to court to get a new date so I can find an attorney. My work schedule doesn't allow me to adequately search for one. What can I do to prolong the judgement so I can find an attorney?
You can always request a continuance for time to find an attorney and generally the Judge will grant it. Simply request that this matter be continued in 30 days once I have time to find an attorney who can enter an appearance.
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