It was supposed to be made out too separate checks me and the child support division but instead made one check co payable to both i deposited it after asking about it the teller said no problem and they released 200 to me and said it would be released the next day instead they froze my account and... View More
Based on your narrative, it is difficult to know exactly what happened and what the check was for. This money seems to come from some domestic matter in Oregon. I suggest you talk to your divorce lawyer or see one to determine what the law is when a check is sent for apparently child support and...View More
I signed a contract for an rv but then some weeks later got a letter saying the loan was not approved At that moment of signing contract i also sold them my car that has a payment still needed. They did not give me any paperwork that i signed with them one being power of attorney
The devil is in the details. A lawyer will need to look at the agreement you signed. This sounds like a yo-yo sale, which means they sold you the vehicle and now want to renegotiate the loan. This is an unfair and deceptive trade practice. Very, very seldom is a dealer willing to let a vehicle...View More
The party filing the motion to dismiss must send all parties the motion to dismiss and the notice of hearing. This is usually done on the court's e-portal. Make sure you have signed up with the court's e-portal. If you are not on the e-portal, the other party should send it by mail to you.
I am not exactly sure what you are asking. I am assuming that a defendant has moved to dismiss a complaint, but I do not know if the motion was granted. A hearing on the motion to dismiss is heard before a judge. One can respond to the motion to dismiss in writing or just orally at the hearing....View More
I live in Florida, and received a debt validation notice trying to collect on an alleged debt with a Florida based credit union (presumably alleged credit card debt), saying the "debt is now owned by [collection agency's name]". Notice states their info shows a balance dated April... View More
The statute of limitations for written contracts is 5 years in Florida. However, most agreements state in which what state the laws apply to the agreement. Having said that, I am not aware of any state where the statute of limitations exceeds 10 years.
The permit was originally issued 8-13-21 and expired 10-19-2023. The pool contractor contacted me 10-19-2023 asking for the renewal fees to be paid quickly because fees will double 10-24-23. They are blaming us because we had asked that the equipment installation scheduled 6-27-23 to be pushed... View More
The question you have to ask yourself is do you want to stand on the contract and possibly have your pool delayed more or do you want to get it completed. It seems that more than 2 years to complete the work is a long time. I do not know what the normal time is in Ft Lauderdale to complete a...View More
I already did a police report around 3 weeks ago but nothing has changed, this September 22 will be a year that I am making my car and insurance payments and my main concern is that it is a lease car I have 1 year left and I don't have a car, the repair bodyshop took the money and never fixed my car
If your car insurance paid any of the damage to your car, you should contact them and explain to them that your car was not repaired and you want them to contact the body/repair shop to complete the repairs. If that does not work, then I would contact a consumer lawyer in your area. You can go to...View More
There's a website/app that deals in auctions. Their most popular auctions are for Trading Card Breaks, which is gambling. In most of these auctions, it works by winning a bid and then getting a sports team randomly selected for you. When all teams are picked for a given sport, they begin to... View More
I agree with the answers given, but add that interrogatories are not the method of obtaining documents. Interrogatories can only ask you to answer questions, not produce documents. A request to produce is the vehicle to obtain documents. I would object on that basis, as well as what has...View More
I am not a Bankruptcy lawyer, but Bankruptcy will destroy your credit for at least 6 years. You will lose all credit cards and the ability to get credit and buy on credit. Find a way to pay off your bills.
If the contract with the dealer says the dealer has 10 days to cancel the agreement and 2 months have passed before it decided to cancel because they did not want to fix the windshield, I think you have a binding agreement. Of course, this answer is based on what you have stated as fact.
I did drug test alcohol test but still was terminated. Trailer roll over I follow all instructions and directions. They still will not tell me why I was terminated. They said it was best to part ways because of insurance liability. I received no tickets. I Had minor left shoulder pain. No tickets... View More
I recently did a program with a company that offers a $1000 prize in a variety of gift cards or in a Paypal or Cash App transfer. They try very hard to avoid paying but I documented and screenshot everything. I have confirmation in writing from their customer service that I wanted to receive my... View More
Taking everything as true, you would have a claim for unfair and deceptive trade practices and breach of contract. You can claim $1000 and let the company say it is worth less and let the judge decide. This is a small claims case.
A civil trial lawyer would be the kind of lawyer you need but someone who specializes in gender law. I would call your homeowner's insurance company to see if they will provide a lawyer to represent you.
I assume you were wrongly billed by a company that used both your credit and debit card. If that is the case, I would first contact your credit card and your debit card company to report the wrongful and illegal charges and that you object to the charges. If that doesn't work, then you should...View More
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