I recently bought a car from a private seller we negotiated a verbal agreement that I will pay her $2,000 upfront cash and then pair a thousand following week to close the deal after the week of test driving it she is recently has changed the verbal agreement upon the fact that the car motor had... Read more »
Probably not; but you should take the new car to the dealer for repairs under the warranty--otherwise it may void the warranty. If the dealer discovers some terrible problem, they will either replace it or fix it. None of this has anything to do with the debt you agreed to pay for the new car.
I don't want to file bankruptcy because I want to buy a house. The creditor stated I could make them a settlement offer or make monthly installments. Should I have a lawyer negotiate this for me or start at accepting 40% of the debt. The car was only sold for $600 at a private sale. I was... Read more »
Also I have police reports where one guy "her ex" kicked the door in and broke TV and caused a really big scene in front of my 9 and 3 year old because she had another man in the bed with her. It's adultery. How long do I have to file a divorce to commit her for it? I just... Read more »
The marriage legitimated your child, so you don't have to file to legitimate him. Filing for divorce based upon adultery doesn't give you an advantage unless there is a possibility of alimony. Most people divorcing are sleeping with someone else, so judges don't care anymore. 99%...Read more »
Depends. It is legal to sell a vehicle for someone with their permission and agreement.
Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is only general information. It is NOT legal advice, and it may not work for your specific...Read more »
I doubt it, but you might want to see a personal injury attorney about this.
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