She paid $4000 up front and then changed her mind. She called within 24 hours and sent a certified letter (no signed return receipt received). My brother found out later the address given for the company was an empty lot. She did receive a letter from contractors attorney saying the contractor had... Read more »
From the facts, it sounds to me like you may be describing a breach of contract claim that your Mother would have against the contractor here. This link provides information on common Tennessee statutes of limitations...Read more »
I haven't received anything from child support or heard anything about it since 2012. Until a few days ago i was served papers saying i was in contempt and owe $29000.00 in arrears. Is there anything i can do to clear this up. I was told it was dropped or i would... Read more »
Consult with a local family law attorney. I will say that for anything regarding child support, you should always ask to see it in writing. I am not confident that the custodial parent can voluntarily relinquish child support under Tennessee law. The child support payment is for the care of the...Read more »
I recommend you immediately consult with an experienced criminal defense attorney. You may also want to consider consulting with an experienced defamation attorney, if there is no basis in fact for any of the allegations against you. Sexual crimes involving children have strict punishments and can...Read more »
A split custody arrangement is possible under Tennessee law. I do not see what your exact question is. I recommend if you have questions about a potential divorce case, that you reach out to an experienced family law attorney for a consultation. Many attorneys offer free consultations for potential...Read more »
“Buyer has 10 days to complete inspections, this offer is contingent upon satisfactory inspection of camper”. After we accepted the offer, the buyer did look at the camper and says she doesn’t “like” it and cancelled the professional inspection. She has asked us to sign a release. We... Read more »
There may be more facts that would be relevant to this if this were litigated. My take is that the buyer breached the agreement by cancelling the professional inspection. The contingency language implies that the buyer will do an inspection. By her cancelling it, the contingent provision could not...Read more »
This is the type of question that you should consult with a business attorney to discuss. An experienced attorney would be able to answer this question and likely improve the draft of your current contract in other ways to make it more favorable to you then whatever you are currently using. Good...Read more »
I recommend you review the TN Wildlife Resources Agency information regarding fishing licenses at this website https://www.tn.gov/twra/license-sales/fishing-licenses.html or give them a call at 615-781-5270. Good luck!
Most likely such action is fraudulent. I am fairly sure that only authorized users may legally use credit cards. Such action may violate state and or federal law. If you inherited money from your Mother's estate such action by her spouse may have improperly diminished the estate and affected...Read more »
That depends on the specific language in the HOA bylaws and other legal documents. I cannot answer this question in your case because I haven't read all the HOA documents that apply. However, I can tell you that in my experience, HOA's can do all sorts of things to homeowners that do not...Read more »
I am unaware of any ethics complaint that may be beneficial for you here. However, you may have a civil cause of action against this mayor for defamation. I recommend you speak with an experienced defamation attorney to determine if you have a case. For more information on defamation law in...Read more »
My best friend has been talking to this guy who says he's in the military online. For two years he has never met her and vice versa. Just recently he's been telling her that she need to pay the military flight pilot $1500 and if she dont that the major general as he calls the commander... Read more »
I have actually seen this come up a few times with clients and potential clients. If he calls the cops, they are most likely not going to arrest you here. They will probably tell him the custody of the dog is in dispute so he should hire an attorney as this is a civil matter. Based on the facts as...Read more »
You may want to consult with an attorney. You could also consider filing a small claims court action to get your money back. If your fiancée made a promise to you and failed to follow that, this could be a breach of oral contract. Good luck.
Modification to an order states that: The parties shall continue being responsible for the same uncovered expenses, but the Mother shall henceforth pay 82% of the uncovered expenses with Father paying 18% of those expenses.
Can the following expenses that have been paid by the father be... Read more »
No, the child support office will not be interested in attempting to sort out the payment of expenses. I recommend you consult with an attorney. In general, the best way to proceed if one of the parents is failing to pay their portion of expenses is to proceed with a petition for contempt. Contempt...Read more »
She is 8mths old he is filing for paternity and visitation. I live in Tennesssee and he lives in Virginia! She has heart and urinary tract issues! She has regular heart doc appointments and had to go to er frequently since birth over her urinary issues and needs to be close to her doctors! Also... Read more »
Tennessee Courts use the best interest of the child analysis to determine custody and visitation decisions. The health concerns of the child are important and should be taken into account under Tennessee law. You mention that the Father lives in VA. Thus, I am not sure if the Father filed this...Read more »
My step-daughter lives in Martin TN with her 11 month old daughter. The child's father also lives in the area, but they do not live together. Due to financial strain, she would like to move back home to Georgia. There is no court signed custody arrangement or parenting plan in place, so can... Read more »
Most likely, yes. The parental relocation requirements under TN law to seek court approval to relocate only applies when there is a court ordered parenting plan in place. TN is known as a Mother's state because if the parents are unmarried, the father does not have rights to custody until...Read more »
Parenting plan in TN. Non custodial parent moved out of state 3 years ago, hasn't seen kids since. I want to relocate out of state. Don't have a current address for their father. Plan says I can't move more than 50 miles from his address, but he lives in another state. I got in... Read more »
I recommend you consult with an experienced family law attorney for an answer to these questions. I am sure there are ways to locate the non-custodial parent so you could send the notice to his current address. Good luck
There are several requirements to complete an expungement under Tennessee law. Your post does not contain nearly enough information to determine this. The Tennessee Courts website has information on Expungement here: https://www.tncourts.gov/expungements I recommend you review all of that...Read more »
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