My parents claimed to have filed a DV report against me for my daughter but I haven’t got anything It’s been 2 months they refuse to let me see the papers or anything , and they’re refusing to let me pick her up, I have full custody. They have threatened to call the cops. Can I still pick... Read more »
Check with the police if you have a restraining order. If you do not, then ask them go a stand by to pick up your daughter. If they say yes. Then, ask the police for a copy and refrain from contacting your parents.
It depends where you live and whether you have rent control in your city. The short answer is they can sell the house but they have to observe the law. It may be possible that you could be entitled to a relocation fee. It all depends where you live. Talk to a local lawyer. Best of luck.
And my family member is telling me that I do not have my gun rights because of a federal law about domestic violence I was never told anything from anybody that I talk to when I was told that everything was dismissed and thrown out I was never told that my rights were taken away and I'm just... Read more »
If you were arrested and a temporary restriction order was issued by the Superior court, there is a requirement that you respond whether you have firearms or not. If you do, then you have a duty to turn them over to a licensed arms dealer for safekeeping and/or to sell them. You cannot have your...Read more »
Now his not so nice ex wife is trying to get me out. What rights do I have to stay here? Everything was left in a Living trust to his 2 sons. 20yo & 19yo, but yet she is the one trying to raise my rent
Sorry for your loss. It’s unclear whether there is a will or a trust. Please clarify this fact or get an appointment with an attorney because there are certain deadlines that could affect you. Best of luck.
Slip & Fall Case. Plaintiff is the tenant. Defendant is the landlord. Landlord admits he knew about, & agreed to hire someone fix a broken drain ASAP but definitely prior to a planned bday party a few weeks later. He kept forgetting & the tenant slipped & fell on pooled water that... Read more »
She got order a few months ago, I left. Then covid came. She got worried and let me stay with her and my son, today she got upset and threw me out. There has been no abuse and not sure if cops were called
Is it better to do it by myself? What type of contract do I need? I was looking into few websites that advertise land for sale but I don't know the steps that I need to take to close the sale. Land is clear of debts, taxes paid.
As well as the other tenants without proof and making false accusations against me what can i do to defend myself against such things? They've been trying to get me evicted but i have been staying in compliance with my lease and now they are making up lies about me and telling me that i have... Read more »
By harassing you, Thr LL is engaging in unjustified normal behaviors which is known as a violation of the Covenant of peace and Quiet Enjoyment of your rental unit. Please write him a letter with all the things he is doing against you and ask him to stop immediately. If he does not, then call a...Read more »
My wife has a mental illness. She became aggravated and tried to kill my eldest child, an adult. I prevented the murder. She inadvertently hurt her minor child as well. Do I need to report the attempt?
A quick claim deed transfers your rights on the property to your husband but that act alone does not relieve you of your mortgage obligation. The best course of action is. Not to give up on your rights to the property. Have your lawyer enforce your marital rights to the property and then...Read more »
You need to write a complaint letter to management or owner. If no answer, within a reasonable period of time, then call the city inspector. If nothing happens after this, then call a housing problem lawyer (Tenant Lawyer). You have a right to Live in a habitable House or apartment. Your...Read more »
When you created your trust, your property was transferred to the trust(hopefully). Your Trustee will follow the instructions you left in your trust. If you do not remember them, please call your kawyer for a review. Best of luck.
Did the homeowner’s association know of the Asbestos prior to your purchase of Thr condominium? Was this fact disclosed to you in your closing documents? We’re you aware of the asbestos issue prior to construction? These and many more questions would be raised in a litigation against the...Read more »
A friend of ours is a student at San Diego State, but had to move home in March because of Covid-19. Anticipating returning for school in the summer/fall semesters, he recently signed an apartment lease (w/No deposit yet) with three other students. However, California State schools have just... Read more »
Covid 19 is a first in a litany of cases that will ensue in the future, however the theory for your friend’s termination of the lease is not new. The first that comes to mind is Frustration of purpose. Your friend”s only reason he signed the lease was because he was attending the San Diego...Read more »
We plan on moving out of CA within next few years and would like to sell. Our partner would like to hold on to them and buy us out. Is this a simple process? Can we just agree on a price and move title over to him and he buy us out? Or is there a lot more involved? We have been splitting... Read more »
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