"Upon conviction of a fourth or subsequent offense for shoplifting, where the prior convictions are either felonies or misdemeanors, or any combination of felonies and misdemeanors, as defined by this Code section, the defendant commits a felony and shall be...Read more »
I co-own, along with my wife and son, a 1.8 ac lot in Dawson County, Lot 1 of 6 lots that originally comprised 12.2 ac, subdivided by a development company that was subsequently dissolved in 2015. We purchased the lot in April 2020, with the intention that my son would locate his residence there.... Read more »
I was charged with felony shoplifting in 2004, I think I was arraigned but never sentenced. No next court date came in the mail. In 2016 a warrant was issued for my arrest and I was arrested and given 7 years probation. Was this legal? Or should there had been a "reasonable" time to... Read more »
Live in Atlanta, Fulton County, 30324. Have a condo for 15 years, 15 left to go. The servicer on my mortgage has just changed and I've discovered that the ZIP code on my mortgage documents is wrong - it's listed as 30304 when it should be 30324. What should I do to have it corrected and... Read more »
Unless there is an actual problem, I recommend that you do nothing. There are multiple ways to corroborate the documents to your property. For example property description, the rest of the address, your name, the seller's name, previous documents in the clerk's file with the correct zip code.
We discovered in 2016 our house was foreclosed back in 2011 by the bank that issued our builder's loan. This has robbed us access to our equity and the consideration upon signing the contract to begin with. We are still living in the house. Is the contract void? What are our rights?
My mom died with out a will. For the last five years, I have been living with her and assisting with her care. She had told me it was her wish for me to be her executor of her estates when she passes. I do have two other sibling so I was not quite sure which forms and procures I need to go through... Read more »
You may not have to probate her estate unless there is a property of more than 10K. If you do need to probate her estate, you can petition the Court to be your Mother's personal representative and divide her estate according to intestate (without a will) law.
Executor is also a major beneficiary. Also beneficiaries are my 2 sisters, step sister and me. Business manager owns a competing business and we feel there is a conflict of interest in his being executor. The business manager was left Dad's house plus ownership of the business, which he must... Read more »
My father died, leaving his pet without a designated owner in the Will; he mentioned to me before he died that the pet dog was mine; saying, "Blackie is yours." My father said that at least three times to me and other(s). I lived with my parents for the preceding almost three years,... Read more »
When I say without my consent, he told me there wasn't any way he could put implants in me. I was measured and marked for the augmentation, when I woke up from surgery, I couldn't breathe, he had put the implants in. I have irregular Heart rhythm (controlled by medication and not related... Read more »
We dated a year he's harassing me he wants everything back that he gave me ever. Even the FM radio/CD player that I enjoy so he can punish me he definitely ain't in need of it. My weight is in the 300 range and he has said hurtful things about my weight and he is obese also. He is a wolf... Read more »
Yes, attempted battery on a senior is a more serious crime that on a non-senior.
GA Code § 16-5-20(e) (2019): "Any person who commits the offense of simple assault against a person who is 65 years of age or older shall, upon conviction thereof, be punished for a misdemeanor of a high...Read more »
Unfortunately, guardianship alone does not entitle your sister to inheritance from your step-grandfather. There are other circumstances where your sister might qualify. Please have your sister consult with an attorney.
My son was a convicted felon and girlfriend brought gun into situation ..after struggle she was shot but survived..my son got 5 yrs for being around gun and she has not had any charges ...she done it on purpose to ruin his life because he was leaving her
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