Alexander Florian Steciuch's answer In order to be evicted you have to have a court order stating you are being evicted by a certain date and time. In order for the landlord to obtain such an order you have to be served and appear in court for an eviction hearing. What you may have is a notice to quit premises or a notice that the owner intends on demolishing the building. If you are being evicted there will be an eviction notice as part of a complaint with a cause number with the name of the court and the time and date the...
Alexander Florian Steciuch's answer The legally required standard for notice to terminate the rental agreement, if there is no lease, is one period of occupancy or payment period. If you were month to month, this means you need to give one month's notice you will not be renewing the lease. If you are going week to week, that means that you only need to give a week's notice. The answer here will depend on whether or not you are month to month or week to week, as paying weekly is not the same as having a week to week lease....
Alexander Florian Steciuch's answer It's not unreasonable to request records of ownership, like vet records or vaccination schedules, from an owner when you have found a lost dog. Just be aware that if that is indeed the true owner and you're withholding their property, the dog, you could have negative legal consequences if you continue to hold onto the dog against the true owner's wishes. The true owner of the dog will always have the strongest claim to possession of the animal.
Alexander Florian Steciuch's answer You should be able to handle issues pertaining to Social Security for the principal of the POA. That said, many POAs are limited in scope while others explicitly spell out what powers are granted to the POA agent. You should review the POA to see if it authorizes you to speak to the SSA.
Alexander Florian Steciuch's answer What's the question? Report him to the police, freeze your credit if you are afraid that a loan has been taken out in your name or other accounts established and look into filing a claim against him for any damages you have incurred.
Alexander Florian Steciuch's answer Child support is a statewide system, so it doesn't matter if one parent does not reside in your county. You should be filing in the county you reside in to establish child support.
Alexander Florian Steciuch's answer You should consult with a landlord tenant attorney in your area ASAP. In Indiana, your landlord must file for an eviction in order to remove you from the home. If your landlord is threatening to sue for additional damages, it is worth the money to have an attorney represent you and handle the matter.
Alexander Florian Steciuch's answer If the named executor or personal representative is unable or unwilling to serve, you should consult the will to see if there are any alternate ones named. If there are not, an heir or family member can open the probate estate and petition the court to appoint an executor or personal representative. Usually this will be a bank or another local attorney.
Alexander Florian Steciuch's answer Once they have vacated the property you have 45 days to give them an itemized invoice for any damages they have caused or bills owed otherwise they are entitled to the security deposit to be returned. You need to follow the letter of the law or it could come back to harm you in the future.
As for the holdover tenants, you may still need to evict whomever is left over.
Furthermore, holdover tenants still need to pay rent. They don't excused for paying rent just because there is...
Alexander Florian Steciuch's answer First off, you should consult with a probate or estate planning attorney in your area for legal advice. These situations should always be thoroughly reviewed by a probate or estate planning attorney, otherwise costly mistakes can be made.
Second, if your husband passes away without a will, he will be treated as having passed intestate. This means that his assets will be distributed according to Indiana laws rather than his wishes if he had had a will. Any assets that you own jointly...
Alexander Florian Steciuch's answer Yes, he can. It is not your dog. If you believe that the dog is being abused or neglected you can report him to the appropriate local or county authorities and they can remove the dog.
Alexander Florian Steciuch's answer If your roommate is not paying the rent you should have worked with your landlord to evict him. If you are resigning solely in your name and your roommate is still there in the future you should evict him and as part of that sue him for his share of the utilities. You should not let it go on this long though. Four months is too long.
Alexander Florian Steciuch's answer Usually landlords are responsible for repairs required to the rental premises. However, in a case like this where the damage is caused solely by the tenant's negligence, you are most likely responsible for the cost of the repairs.
It is not going to matter that it was warm when you left. Indiana gets cold in the winter. Temperatures fluctuate and dip. The landlord has no control of the temperature once the rental premises is occupied.
Can you get child support eliminated? Only in certain situations. At age 18 if the child has not attended school in 3 months or not enrolled in school for 6 months or at age 19 which is the legal age of emancipation of child support in Indiana. Child support obligations can also be terminated if the children are adopted and your parental rights are terminated.
If you think you should be paying less because she is better off, you can petition the...
Alexander Florian Steciuch's answer This is not your fight to resolve. If you have two parents who are both legally allowed to pick up the child and there is a court order stating that, you follow the court order.
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