An agreement has "wife support" section stating a monthly payment to wife while in the same agreement document, the "alimony" section says alimony is waived. Based on the document flow, the alimony section comes after wife support section will override the wife support section... Read more »
You will need to take your agreement to a lawyer to review. It is not possible to construe the terms based on your summary description. There can be support and maintenance payments by agreement that are not treated as alimony. Alimony has a distinct meaning and set of legal rules that apply to it,...Read more »
I'm 23 years old, and my parents have power of attorney over me - I agreed to it at the time, they presented it in a way that seemed reasonable and I didn't realize THAT'S CRAZY. They have both the medical kind (HIPAA permission?) and durable PoA for non-medical stuff.
You can revoke at any time in writing. Ideally, you simply create a new POA that revokes all prior POAs. You should send written notice to whomever is named agent under your POA being revoked. That way, if they attempt to act, they are doing so knowing their authority or revoked, which makes them...Read more »
She lives alone,he is 19 years old,he has gotten abt $500 from her. She felt intimidated once. I want to handle him.,but your answer may stop me from him and his dad. I told his dad, he said he is a grown man.....
Call the police, have them investigate it as elder financial abuse. They can talk to him and scare him off. Of course, if he’s in your mother’s neighborhood then it may make things uncomfortable. If things escalate she can seek a protective order (peace order). If she has other neighbors...Read more »
MOM has Alzhiemers. Sister and her Daughter are ones that take care of her.They tell us what they want us to know. They don't show any receipts, paperwork or proof of what they claim they do. Nothing is discussed with our Sister or Myself before Sister makes Decisions. Such things as... Read more »
Any Maryland lawyer can answer your question. If you are looking to hire a lawyer from Baltimore, that is a different issue. The first question any lawyer would have for you is, does anyone (e.g., your sister) have a power of attorney executed by your mother appointing them as your mother's...Read more »
You should always consult and use a lawyer in a divorce action. Real property, retirement assets, pensions, alimony, property division, health insurance, etc., are all on the table and can be affected (gained or lost) if you do not protect yourself. The danger is in not knowing what you do not...Read more »
It's a second degree assult case where my boyfriend and I were fighting police got involved and he got arrested the judge told him he wasn't allowed to contact me but I have contacted him can he get arrested if we get back together since I contacted him not vise versa
Yes, he is violating a condition of his release on bond by having contact wth you. It does not matter that you are the one who initiated the contact. Of course, the police likely have no way to know about any contact, until the two of you get into another fight and police are called again, and...Read more »
The procedural rules do not have an exception in their time deadlines for switching lawyers. Written discovery responses are due 30 days after service of them upon you. That said, the discovery deadlines in most cases in circuit court can encompass a 4-6 month range, and it is common for parties...Read more »
It will depend on whether each of the dental procedures were either (1) part of a single overall plan for one total price that took multiple procedures to complete, or (2) whether each procedure was a separate unrelated dental procedure with a price charged for each. In the former situation, the...Read more »
The rowhouse homeowner was doing renovations & hired a contractor to remove the old oil tank in the basement. They dropped the tank and oil spilled on basement floor. The smell permeated the walls of the adjacent rowhouse causing an overpowering smell. The dog began throwing up. The 6-month-old... Read more »
I assume you meant St. Charles, Maryland, and not Missouri. First, try calling the county department of the environment or health department to report the toxic spill and contamination affecting neighboring properties and health.
Second, call your homeowner's insurance company and...Read more »
I quit do to family issue. It was abrupt and I sent out a message to apologize for my sudden departure. A GM I trained reached out to me and asked for advice. I told them my advice and some other things they should be mindful of. Today my DO who had not said a world to me when I left due to family... Read more »
He can send you texts, letters and talk to whomever he wants. You can do the same. Unless you signed an NDA, the only thing to worry about is a defamation suit--and the truth of what you say is a complete defense to a defamation claim. If you signed an NDA, have a lawyer review it to determine...Read more »
Typically, unless you directly interracted with the officer in the incident that caused him injury (like dragging the officer whose arm was in your car as you sped off, of attempting to swerve into him during a car chase that caused the officer to lose control of his vehicle), then I do not see a...Read more »
Perhaps it is time to pay a lawyer to do this for you. This is not a forum to request that lawyers draft documents for you as their answer, and the only way to see how your specific document fails to comply with the code requirements is for a lawyer to read what you have drafted, and compare it to...Read more »
My mother passed away April 10th, I went to the court and found out that she had a Will. Looking at the Will I noticed that I was not listed at all on the WILL and as being her only child I found that odd. when she became sick she made her friend her POA, she felt she was able to be there for her.... Read more »
I am very sorry for your loss, and to then have this situation present itself during this time. Consult with an experienced lawyer to review in private the Will, the circumstances under which it was created, and to review the available information on your mother’s mental capacity at the time it...Read more »
If you are a minor (under 18), then you lack legal capacity to sue in your own name, but require a legal guardian like a parent. If you are close to 18, you can just wait out your 18th birthday. The statute of limitations for filing a lawsuit on a cause of action that accrues before you turn 18,...Read more »
The FBI performs all criminal background checks for federal agencies, and they use the FBI's internal (non-public) database (which is different from the FBI nationwide database generally used by state and local law enforcement and private employer background checks). The distinction is...Read more »
If it is a general partnership, and not a limited liability company or corporation, then all partners are equally and personally liable for the debts of the partnership, subject to any partnership agreement or withdrawal agreement between the partners as to indemnification or contribution toward...Read more »
(1) Hire a licensed land surveyor and get a definitive determination of your property boundarie. If that shows the fence and hvac are on your land, provide your neighbor with a copy and make it clear the matter is settled as far as you are concerned.
There are multiple initials and signatures missing from the contract, including hers is missing on the page noted above (AS-IS). Post-inspection and appraisal (for a USDA loan), she states that that disclaimer is not part of the contract, and means nothing.
When a purchaser presents a contract to you, that is what is called an "offer." It's terms and addenda may not match the terms and addenda of your initital listing. The seller has options at that point: (1) reject the offer; (2) accept the offer; (3) counter-offer by accepting...Read more »
I am a contractor in Maryland and a subcontractor says that I owe him for work performed. His invoices date from April 2019 to December 2019. What is the statute of limitations and does it apply to each invoice or does it apply to the last invoice which would include all of them? Thank you
Generally, the SOL runs from the date of breach of a contract, or from the last date the money became due and remained unpaid. Sometimes, that is harder to nail down in some cases, and may depend on whether the subcontractor's claim is based upon a single contract to provide labor and...Read more »
My ex-wife and I created an agreement before divorce and it included the proceeds from the sale of a property. If this property is sold, the proceeds would be split 50/50. we both signed and dated this agreement at the time. it was also added to the divorce decree as well. would this be considered... Read more »
It certainly sounds so, and if it was incorporated (but not merged) into your judgment of absolute divorce then it would be enforceable by contempt proceedings under the judgment as it now has the force of a court order. Obviously, without reviewing the agreement for any other issues, no lawyer...Read more »
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