When my ex was 6 months pregnant with my child, caught her screwing with her ex husband so the next day she went and got a temp. restraining order against me and my house, not hers, & got me kicked out. 2 days later she moved her ex into my house. She then moved to north Carolina & gave... View More
they stoles private files and shared them. now i read something about the landlord is supposed to dispose of the property. now this is a wrongful eviction so they never should have gone through my things in the first place. More retaliating they are trying to use what they took from property... View More
Was served electronically with no agreement for e-service in place. Certain that if proof of service is filed, it will falsely claim service by mail. Ex-wife's sister emailed me docs and would not supply a copy of proof of service. I am in California.
Permanent Mexico residents - adopted without Hague convention. Adopted in 2020. Now we want to return to the US but we need to know how to immigrate them. US Consolate says we can’t get US birth certs or passports because we have to immigrate them. We have Mexico birth certificates with our... View More
This was an ongoing relationship and we were finally prepping the boat to sell while the client was in the hospital. He later passed and I had to give back the signed pink slip to his brother and I can not get paid no replies from anyone and I am still securing the boat.
Under California law, child support and alimony (spousal support) are determined using different formulas and factors. The receipt of alimony by a parent does not directly factor into the calculation for child support. However, the total income of both parents, including alimony received or paid,...View More
I need to file 2 motions at the same time. The first one is to ask the court to correct a typographical error in the case filing and the second is a motion to advance a hearing date. Can the 2 motions be combined into the 1 memorandum; 1 declaration; 1 notice of motion; etc?
Under California law, while it's generally preferable to file separate motions for clarity and to ensure each motion gets its due consideration, it's not explicitly prohibited to combine multiple requests into one motion. However, doing so may complicate the process and could potentially...View More
Under California law, if you've been charged with a misdemeanor due to disorderly conduct, you may be eligible to petition for an expungement to remove the conviction from your criminal record after satisfying all the requirements of your sentence. An expungement can dismiss the conviction,...View More
In California, there's no set duration a home must be on the market to determine if an offer is the highest possible; it's based on market conditions and the trustee's fiduciary duty to act in the best interest of all beneficiaries. Accepting an offer 10% above asking price with...View More
My sister and I have been living with her friend she met while working at Kaiser Hospital in San Francisco. For the last nine years we have been living in Fair Oaks, CA. The home belongs to my sisters friend. My sister and I are both low-income senior citizens. I trade work for rent and... View More
In California, if a tenant believes they are being harassed or bullied by their landlord, they can contact local law enforcement to report the behavior, especially if it becomes threatening or violent. Additionally, a restraining order might be sought if the harassment reaches a level where one...View More
If you believe you are a victim of a crime or harassment related to Executive Order 13818 or any other situation, it's important to immediately contact local law enforcement to report your concerns. Additionally, you may wish to consult with an attorney experienced in the relevant area of law...View More
I gave my personal info to someone for a business transaction, but he used it to obtain an apartment, with me as a guarantor. He created a fake email and phone number and impersonated me to lease the apartment. I was never contacted by management at any time previous to the signing of the lease and... View More
Under California law, impersonating someone to fraudulently obtain an apartment lease can fall under identity theft (Penal Code Section 530.5) and may also be considered forgery (Penal Code Section 470) if he signed any documents using your name. Additionally, this activity may give rise to civil...View More
The shower floor was a shower pan with no grip resistance. There were also no grip bars in the shower. The hotel supplied me with a gross mildewed stain bath mat that I did not use. I was taken to emergency and had to get my arm set. I developed a displaced malunion, a torn peripheral and TFCC... View More
Under California law, landlords are required to provide reasonable notice, typically 24 hours, before entering a tenant's unit unless it's an emergency. Additionally, landlords have the obligation to ensure that rental properties are habitable and safe, which includes proper handling and...View More
Paid for 2 rooms for 17 years. Prior victim of domestic violence. Told not to come back from a vacation of 1 week per doctor's as I have exposure to mold and long term water damage causing both rooms to be inhabitable. Extreme infestation of carpet beetles and other parasitic organisms.... View More
Under California law, tenants have rights, and if you believe you've been unlawfully evicted or your living conditions violated habitability standards, you may have legal grounds to challenge the eviction or seek remedies. Given the urgency and complexity of your situation, it's crucial...View More
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