I recommend you get a copy of the book Graduating With Student debt by Student Hauser and Daniel Austin. you should be able to buy either the hard copy or ebook online. https://store.abi.org/https-graduatingwithdebt2d-plusebook.html
My roommate for the past 3.5 months has been harassing me, and refuses to release me from the lease. She stands outside my room when I am home, pushes my door open, enters my room without permission when I am away ( I have footage), tells me I can no longer use her furniture (couch, table, trash... Read more »
Yes, your roommate (co-signer on the lease) could sue you for breaching your obligations under the lease. You would have a defense that your co-signer made it impossible for you to stay. You might win. Whoever wins may recover attorney's fees. It would be in everyone's best interest to make a...Read more »
we qualified on his income and I have a prior eviction still on my credit report. what rights do I have in this apartment? Can landlord make me move out in 3 days? we already had a hugh fight disturbing some neighbors.
Just received addendum from seller stating that they had open escrow 8 months ago with another buyer. Can the seller legally sell the house to me? Although in the addendum seller added that we are not legally responsible nor the current agent for the previous buyers legal course action. Can I still... Read more »
I am sorry this happened to you. You should ask the lawyer for a refund. Depending on your agreement, he could have filed and collected the rest of the fee through your Chapter 13. If this does not work, you might consider contacting the State Bar. Whether you are entitled to a full refund will...Read more »
I've been sued in Federal Court for funds I did not receive, which I have proven already. The Plaintiff has also filed a civil suit against the party who received the funds in a different State and won. Can they still sue me in Federal Court, BK 7 Case, despite getting a judgement for the full... Read more »
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