In Georgia, charging $1,500 to draft a demand letter to an ex-husband for money owed from the sale of a house, specifically for reimbursement of remodeling expenses, can be considered reasonable depending on several factors. These factors include the complexity of the case, the amount of money...View More
They came to my house and said that I don't have insurance. I showed them proof of insurance, my registration, and my license and they still took it. This is the second time. The fist time I had to pay 1,200 dollars to get my truck back.
In the United States, law enforcement agencies generally have the authority to tow a vehicle if they believe it is in violation of certain laws or poses a threat. However, the specific circumstances vary by state and local regulations.
If you have valid proof of insurance, registration,...View More
Each case will turn on its own facts, and this description is fairly limited. The general answer to your question is YES, a good Samaritan trying to assist a person with an emergency choking or "not breathing" situation is usually shielded from being liable. One common example of this is...View More
Residents in our subdivision seek to contest the election of Board Members. Despite expressing this intention, the current board members assert their adherence solely to covenants rather than Georgia state law. Moreover, the Board has declined to disclose election results upon request, failed to... View More
Homeowners' Associations (HOAs) in Georgia are indeed bound by both their own covenants and by state law. The covenants, conditions, and restrictions (CC&Rs) of an HOA provide specific guidelines for the community, but these must also align with state laws. If there's a conflict,...View More
A renovation contractor is in default and I want to collect. Can I go after his wife also in this instance since she advertises for him? I don't want to throw good money at bad money so I need to know if they have anything that can be liened on to make him/them pay. And Im unsure about that... View More
I was emailed that my policy was canceled for non-payment. After I sent then the docs showing it was paid in full months in advanced they realized the mistake on there end. Days later I was given other excuses. This caused my business to loose contracts, other funds, registration expired, revoked... View More
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It can be difficult to find counsel for bad faith claims. They aren't always clear-cut and they could involve conflicting testimony and versions of events. Law firms recognize the amount of attorney time that a...View More
We had every intention of getting legally married but just never did it because of time. She has 3 kids and a mother that moved in my house that is solely in my name. I left to stay with my parents because she called my parents and threatened to call the cops over a verbal fight. She has said she... View More
My ex bought me a truck as a gift , the dealer said he would have to be the owner only because he bought it with a card. I would have to sign as a co buyer. He stated he was going to completely sign his name off the title as soon as it came . Fast forwarded. He offered to sign a promissory note and... View More
In your situation, it's important to understand that gifts, once given, are typically considered the property of the recipient. The fact that your ex bought the truck for you and you have evidence such as witness testimony, texts, a promissory note, and a video stating his intention to gift...View More
There was a ruling for the change in facts and circumstances. The plaintiff was arrested and wasn't able to go back home for over a year the defendant has paid the bills for the home. However the funds was not explain to the court that it was money stolen from the plaintiff.
To proceed with a theft of services claim in Georgia, you typically follow certain steps. Begin by gathering evidence that clearly establishes the unpaid balance, such as invoices, communication records, or any written agreements. Once you have sufficient documentation, you may want to send a...View More
It sounds more like the police believe there is evidence of a crime on your phone, and they are holding it to potentially use it against you (or another) for that reason in court. Unless the prosecutors make a motion to forfeit the phone-it should be returned to you at the conclusion of your case....View More
In Georgia, as in many states, pressing criminal charges is typically the responsibility of law enforcement and the prosecutor's office. If someone incited your ex to threaten you and your child, you can certainly report this to the police. The police can investigate, and the prosecutor can...View More
I won a judgement in Magistrate court in Clayton County, Georgia. I have filed the FiFa. I am trying to figure out what I need to file for post-judgement discovery so I can garnish wages, bank accounts, and property. I have read that I will need the defendant to disclose this information in... View More
If you're trying to serve a defendant who refuses to provide their address, you may need to employ alternative methods of service as allowed by Georgia law. First, consider hiring a professional process server, as they have experience and resources to locate individuals for service of legal...View More
In Georgia, if your vehicle was repossessed and is now claimed to be undrivable, whereas it was in good condition prior to repossession, you have the right to take action. Firstly, document the condition of the vehicle as soon as possible. Take photos or videos to capture any visible damage or...View More
Mobile home was left to my sister and I by my late father in 2021 and the land owner never communicated any expectations, demands, etc to my sister or I after inheriting the mobile home following the death of our father, the original home owner. Now he's threatened to remove the home himself... View More
In Georgia, the specific time frame a landowner must give a mobile home owner to remove their property from the land can vary based on several factors, including the terms of any lease or agreement and local regulations. However, if there's no existing lease or agreement specifying this,...View More
Yes, it is possible to overturn a lawsuit judgment in Georgia, but the process involves specific legal procedures. To challenge a judgment, you typically need to file a motion with the court within a certain timeframe, presenting valid legal reasons for the request, such as new evidence or errors...View More
Not sure why the insurance is not covering the loss, but it could be that you didn't have enough coverage for the items. Nevertheless, it's unlikely you will be able to recover from the storage company unless you can show that there have been break-ins and the storage company knew or...View More
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