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0 Answers | Asked in Contracts for New Mexico on
Q: How does statute 40-2-2. "Contract rights of married persons" apply to 2 people signing a post-op?

We are choosing to contract out of the community property laws of the State of New Mexico and have a clause in our agreement stating as such.

0 Answers | Asked in Health Care Law and Securities Law for Missouri on
Q: Can my security supervisor direct me to omit from or change my report to leave out wrong doing by the company I work for

I was told by my manager to omit information from a report that was a possible EMTALA violation at the hospital I work at.

I was also directed on a separate occasion to omit information when drugs were found on a patient by nursing staff. The drugs were found by nursing staff going through... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law for Idaho on
Q: How do I transfer property from an intestate decedant to the name of the Estate or the Personal Representative?

Need to transfer real estate from intestate decedant to the Estate per Personal Representative

0 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for New York on
Q: collage daughter signed a rental lease in Long Island NY. The landlord signature was signed by a girlfriend (his name).

She only want security deposit back. He is keeping for less than 30 days move out notice (12 month elapsed, went to month to month). There was re occurring mold that dad had to clean (landlord didn’t, only offered a dehumidifier) due to poor renovation (drain pipe not connected. Property was... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law, Divorce and Collections for California on
Q: Is a California Family Law Court Order the equivalent of fully enforceable CA Final Judgment?

My ex-husband misappropriated my share of retirement accounts granted to me in our California divorce Judgment. I filed an RFO and now have a Court Order that states he breached his fiduciary duty and orders him to pay me a specific dollar amount stated in the Court Order — what he... Read more »

Joel Gary Selik
Joel Gary Selik
answered on Mar 30, 2023

Yes it is.

0 Answers | Asked in Divorce, Family Law and Child Custody for Washington on
Q: Is the custodial parent supposed to pay for the non custodial parents visitation?

If one parents is court ordered to only have supervised visits, is the custodial parent required to pay for that to happen?

0 Answers | Asked in Health Care Law for California on
Q: Is a hospital obligated to relay life threatening test results after a patient leaves?

My sister, age 64 went to the Emergency Room in Oct 2022 complaining of severe abdominal pain, pain urinating, extreme fatigue and weight loss. She was in the hospital for several days and they performed an endoscopy and colonoscopy. Both results were negative and she went home.

Since her... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Arbitration / Mediation Law and Family Law for Florida on
Q: Is it acceptable for an attorney after being hired on a family matter take over 2 years to even submit docs to see judge

I hired an attorney who up till this moment I have yet to see the judge. I just wanted representation the law is not exactly on my favor in my state for being a grandparent. But still they took my funds and said they can at least try if that was OK which for me it was. So now I'm wondering was... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Child Custody and Child Support for Missouri on
Q: I have been the breadwinner for 15 years. We have financially made decisions together. If we agree on a divorce today. W

I have been the breadwinner for 15 years. We have financially made decisions together. If we agree on a divorce today. Will my spouse be able to legally ask for more money as I make more throughout the years to come?

0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law for California on
Q: After being evicted from a family member from the place I lived for over 7 years they're now asking me to sign this form

Form is grant deed form

From ticor title company

Parcel no. 436-581-007 TRA # 0 1 0 - 121

0 Answers | Asked in Divorce and Family Law for Missouri on
Q: Child support

I have been the breadwinner for my family for 15 years. My wife and I no longer see eye to eye and need to move on. We, throughout the years have made financial decisions together. If we decide to move on will my wife be able to come after more money than we agreed upon at the time of divorce?

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts, Copyright, Civil Rights and Intellectual Property for Pennsylvania on
Q: Can I share a recorded video that both parties were aware of even if I am getting it from a private site?

PA is a 2-party consent state. This recording was taken with both parties' knowledge and consent and specifically taken by party B. Party B then posted the recording to a private site that only party A and party B have access to. Would it be illegal for party A to take the recording off that... Read more »

Marcos Garciaacosta
Marcos Garciaacosta
answered on Mar 30, 2023

You have a complicated pattern. You need to consider not only privacy issues, but also copyright ownership. You should consult with an attorney.

0 Answers | Asked in Uncategorized for Arkansas on
Q: Who has right of way in a roundabout in the state of Arkansas?

I drive a commercial tractor trailer for an LTL company and was wondering, if you and a semi pull up to a roundabout side by side, who has right of way? I've seen too many time here in Washington County and Benton County, where roundabouts are popping up left and right, cars piling in next to... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law and Landlord - Tenant for Texas on
Q: Can this be determined as property abandonment?

Our tenant had rent due on March 16th and did not pay. He then told us he would pay on the 24th. On the night of March the 24th he texted and said he would be moving out by the 26th at 5pm and we could meet him for the keys, but when we got there he was still moving things out. He then asked for a... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law for Ohio on
Q: Can I get the water turned back on in the house me and my ex lived in the house is in his name me and my son are still

Living in the house we all moved in 2009 and we live in Greenfield Ohio

0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law for Nevada on
Q: Question about HOA deposits for Las Vegas rental.

If an HOA document does not specify who has to pay an HOA deposit but rather gives the option as “owner or tenant” and the lease agreement, which has already been signed by all applicable parties, does not stipulate having to pay said deposit, can the owner still make it a tenant obligation?... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Small Claims for Washington on
Q: Can I take this to small claims court, or will I be wasting my time?

Paid $2,700 total for repairs at a mechanic shop on multiple visits. Got vehicle back with no improvement to vehicle. Took the vehicle to a different shop and paid another $1,000 to fix what the previous shop damaged. New shop stated that it was clear this was worked on from a mechanic and found... Read more »

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