In Colorado, your ability to demand a refund for prepaid dance lessons largely depends on the terms and conditions stipulated in the contract or agreement you entered into with the dance studio. It is essential to carefully review the contract, paying particular attention to provisions related to...View More
Future Club, File Number: 20201832231 has GREATLY censored their game and removed what people paid for much to the displeasure and distrust of all those who funded and bought the game through crowd funding and have removed content that people paid for... View More
The judgment Originated in NJ over 30 years ago. The case was argued 19 years after the original judgment in 2019 and the plaintiff (collection co.) won because I no longer had the records from the closing of properties that the debt was paid. All the banks that were involved are dissolved. I am a... View More
1. During the proceedings, the plaintiff's counsel presented unnecessary testimony from a process server to support a false claim of personal service to the defendant. This witness testimony was intended to embolden the... View More
That doesn't sound like a valid defense to an eviction case. It sounds like the judge did the correct thing in dismissing (presumably without prejudice) the eviction against the unserved defendant and evicting the defendant who admittedly was served. The landlord will have to refile the...View More
If lost FED eviction the but plaintiff's process server got caught perjuring. Now this was a possession hearing an affidavit would have sufficed they brought in an orchestrated him to lie I won denied the due process because the judge didn't believe him, but co-defendant was evicted, she... View More
Unlikely. A process server's job is simply to hand a piece of paper to a person and then confirm that it was delivered. If the process server screwed up even deliberately, it won't affect the merits of the case between the landlord and and tenant. At best, the tenant is entitled to a...View More
I just want my second FED eviction. The plaintiff's attorney put a process server on the stand and had him perjure himself and he got caught. This should affect the attorney this was orchestrated process servers don't have to be on the stand. they put him up there to lie and they got... View More
If you are being questioned by Child Protective Services (CPS) or any other law enforcement agency, you have the right to remain silent and the right to an attorney. You can assert your right to remain silent and request a lawyer at any point during questioning.
On my parents trust case we had a temporary successor trustee for about 8 months and then she was removed after mediation between myself and my siblings. The case has been closed now past the initial statute of limitations. However, only 6 months ago new information previously not disclosed came to... View More
If you believe your car was wrongfully towed from a commercial private parking lot without proper signage or a valid reason, you may have legal claims to consider. Consult with a local attorney to determine if the towing company failed to follow proper procedures or lacked a valid reason for towing...View More
Delivered a rolloff and backed into a commercial fence. My insurance won't pay for it. The quote they gave is outrageous. The quotes we received are responsible. We feel like they are taking advantage of the situation. What would be the best route to go, knowing our insurance will not cover this.
A Colorado attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. If your insurance won't pay for the damage because of a difference in opinion as to the cost of repairs, ask them to consider the lower quotes you obtained (you may have already done that at this point). If...View More
Common law marriage is a complex question that you should hire an attorney to help you address. You typically need to be together for a certain amount of time and hold out as married such as wearing wedding rings, calling each other husband and wife, and so on. Each state is different, hence the...View More
ex-wife felt like telling all our neighbors and even the police that I physically and emotionally abused her. I separated from her because I had enough of the blame someone else for your problems attitude. She even went as far as getting help from a domestic abuse line in which they assisted her... View More
This is a hard one particularly because you are dealing with a sensitive topic.
No one wants to say that a domestic violence victim was not a victim but a liar. That being said, it does not mean it is impossible to prove. The real issue comes down to public perspective. A strong case can...View More
I have several properties in CO, each in it's own separate LLC with me as the only member of each LLC. Does having all the LLC's insured under a PERSONAL liability umbrella defeat the entire point of the LLC's, (which is to keep each property only individually "liable" and... View More
Hi there, generally your personal liability policy is not going to cover the properties owned by the LLC given that the LLC is not the insured on the policy. You would need to read the policy to be certain. An umbrella policy for all of them could be a solution if there was adequate coverage and...View More
I hired a GC & signed a contract to remodel my bathroom. I have not received a copy of this contract despite asking every day. The contract stipulated an est of $15k-a $4k deposit & $4k upon completion & I would pay for materials. The GC showed references & licensing info & they... View More
I suggest considering a demand letter to the contractor regarding the issues. Keep in mind if there are construction defect issues, you'll need to consider a notice of claim letter per the Construction Defect Action Reform Act. If they do not make an effort to resolve the situation, you may be...View More
So if a opposing party would intentionally show up at my house with the objective to get me arrested for a warrent that was granted off of false information. Then after finally being released from jail 8 days later I would receive a letter via USPS about a hearing to restrict my parenting time... View More
This question is impossible to answer without more information. Generally, the notice must be "reasonable". Many factors can go into whether it is "reasonable" or not though. In some circumstances it may be "reasonable" to expect parties to appear at a hearing...View More
Having trouble with the system... I found an/the answer possibly helpful. I don't know if a subpoena duces tecum is appropriate in that I do not have an open case or an attorney (yet). This is a step prior to a lawsuit that is... View More
A person can withhold a child for safety reasons, however they risk being in violation of a court order if the issue is brought to Court and the Court determines that there was not imminent harm. Generally when a person withholds a child, that person simultaneously files an emergency motion with...View More
My neighbor is in a property line dispute with the neighbor on the other side. My neighbor can't sell his property because of a Lis Pendens against his property. Even though he has 2 certified property surveys, he just lost a civil judgement in this property dispute. If the neighbor has to... View More
Having dealt with surveyors in the past, I can tell you there are different quality surveyors, different levels of survey, and different types of surveys. They all carry different weights. Property line disputes often come down to the history of the property. The longer you have owned your property...View More
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