We got married 2 years ago. He received some court papers yesterday and it had my prior employer on it with questions about my employment. I quit that job a year ago and went on SSDI (I have MS) It had my social security number on it also. I have/had my house prior to getting married and it is in... Read more »
We are an HOA in Idaho. The former manager placed a lien on a homeowner for assessments not paid, over 2 years ago. The assessments are still not paid and more have just been adding up. I read that the lien is only good for 12 months, and renewable for 12 more months. I take it now the lien is... Read more »
,when requested, to prove they are such and not just someone wearing a badge & gun saying they are? I answered based on Tex. law but had second thoughts about my answer. In Tex. you must give badge #, show badge and a warrant of appointment when requested. If serving a warrant you must also... Read more »
Developer is having financial issues and has begun selling our drawings to buyers of their lots and allowing them to bring in their own construction company to build house. This was not our agreement. We have no control over the construction phase using our drawings which may or may not be latest... Read more »
An Idaho attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Until you're able to arrange a meaningful consult with a local attorney, it's worth noting that nationwide, liability waivers are not a substitute for insurance. They can have limitations. You could...Read more »
If someone is on probation and a random drug test comes up positive for an illegal substance, can the person be charged with possession of a controlled substance? Additional details: After the UA that had a positive result, there were two more UA's that had negative (clean) results. The... Read more »
While walking my Yorkie on a leash this big dog ran up and bit her puncturing her lung and she died. Now that owner won’t give us the cost of our dog. We want this dog to be removed from the neighborhood too because it is dangerous. We have been suffering for days over our loss and their... Read more »
I'm located in Montana and I've been paying the fees for my brother's (deceased since June of 2021) storage in Boise, Idaho, where he was a resident. The storage unit manager told me I'd need a small estate affidavit signed by an Idaho notary to access the unit but when I... Read more »
He's pissed she's gotten a job tutoring and says she needs a full time job because she's an "adult" (she graduated high school already) so he starts yelling and swearing at her, she's having anxiety attacks about going and I don't want to force her if she doesn't have to go.
I asked them to let me know and I would help them deal with it and get it cleared out. They went behind my back. They are disclosing no information whatsoever they took all of his personal belongings legal paperwork medical paperwork out of his room along with cash family heirlooms etc. The... Read more »
I use a wheel chair to get around in the kitchen and the house when doing chores. I have a bad back that makes it hard to stand for long periods of time. Because of work stipulations surrounding disability, I have never tried going for disability on any official capacity. So I have no official... Read more »
As to your ex’s belongings. What I recommend is that you send him a letter, while he’s in jail, telling him that he has 30 days to have someone (preferably family) pick up his belongings and that if no one comes within 30 days, you will dispose of his things as you see fit.
He won't get help and I fear for my life. Can we file something with his mental and start divorce? He wants to hurt me after 55 years of caring for him and it has come to this. I am truly scared of him. What are my rights?
Idaho Code allows a Petitioner to seek out a Civil Protection Order. All you need to do is go into the Clerk's Office and ask for Civil Protection papers, and the Clerk will give them to you. They might even have a "Court Assistance Office" to help you fill out the papers. Once...Read more »
My step sister and I inherited a home (50/50) from our father, I want to sell my half. She lives in the home. She agrees with selling, but it's 2 years now and hasn't done anything moving forward. I just want my share of inheritance. What are my options?
Hire a competent ID attorney to do one or the other: draft a Deed with proper Derivation of Title Clause and you sell your tenancy in common interest for an agreed price actually paid over; or file suit for a Partition Sale.
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