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1 Answer | Asked in Contracts for Kentucky on
Q: Is this a breach of contract?

] had a rent to own,agreement with a lady to pay me 400 per month pay the insurance and taxes. After the first few months she started be late and short on thw payments and completly stopped pating the insurance after about a year has never attempted to pay any taxes and its been over 2 years. I... Read more »

Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison answered on Sep 18, 2021

File a forcible detainer (eviction) against her snd get her out. It is a breach of the contract as you said.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Civil Rights and Constitutional Law for Kentucky on
Q: Can an officer charge you with possession after the vehicle gets to the impound lot and he goes later and "searches" car

After the vehicle sat there after first tow truck "couldnt haul it" then another tow driver hauled it to their tow yard and seen my guns in my vehicle and called the officer and had him come back out to his tow yard and then they supposedly did a search and found "drugs!" While... Read more »

Leland Hulbert
Leland Hulbert answered on Sep 16, 2021

Inventory searches are semi-protected under the law. It really depends on the facts and what probable cause the police had and if anything was in plain view. I think you need to hire an experienced criminal defense attorney immediately.

0 Answers | Asked in Uncategorized for Kentucky on
Q: In Kentucky are employees of an assisted living facility to be informed of HIV positive residents

The head of staff has ordered the one person who discovered this to not mention it to others. The resident requires help with a lot of bodily fluids. I believe this poses a risk to others

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for Kentucky on
Q: The father of my child has not contacted me or anything & my child is Almost two

that’s wondered If I can file for child Abandonment

Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison answered on Sep 16, 2021

Two? Days? No. Weeks? No. Months? No. Years? Yes.

0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law for Kentucky on
Q: Is there such a document called “Will in mind”?

A brother of my husband, who has passed, is asking for a copy of his Will so that more names can be added to a house that is in the family. Since Wendell died, his name is the only other name associated with the house. The house was left by their mother. Wendell & brother we’re to be... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Car Accidents for Kentucky on
Q: How long does it take to go to court after you give a depression9
Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison answered on Sep 15, 2021

VAries greatly. Could be a month, six months, a year or more. So many variables.

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Civil Rights, Domestic Violence and Legal Malpractice for Kentucky on
Q: Hello, my name is Joseph.I am seeking advice about my brothers' death.

Here is an extremely brief explanation of the reason I am seeking advice. On August 12th, 2021, I received a phone call informing me that my 21 year old brother Brett had been shot in the head in Pineville KY off of highway 192. My wife and mother went with me to the scene. There were two Bell... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law, Contracts, Copyright and Employment Law for Kentucky on
Q: How can I own rights to my data online with google Amazon Microsoft Facebook instagram and Apple also Alphabet Inc

Software data channels pages my name my money my everything that I have documents stating I own

1 Answer | Asked in Child Support for Kentucky on
Q: Motion to dismiss child support order

I recently file a motion to dismiss child support case. During the motion, the state and my ex-wife didn't show up. The judge then told me that, she will schedule hearing before approving my request to dismiss order. she moved it down to 5 months.; like late January. This is confusing. I want... Read more »

Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison answered on Sep 14, 2021

Sorry, but judges have exclusive control over scheduling snd their calendars.

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Kentucky on
Q: On July 12th 2021 my boyfriend was sentenced to 3 years, when would his parole eligibility date be? Please read details

His parole eligibility date online says October 1st, 2021. I don’t understand how he’s not already eligible considering upon sentencing he was given 274 days of “good time” and already had 306 days of jail credit. Part of this was served on HIP while awaiting sentencing. Aren't you... Read more »

2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and Public Benefits for Kentucky on
Q: I have a court hearing coming up that says "Show cause deferred/installment payment". What does this mean?

My restitution on this case is over 33,000 but I have paid over 9,000 on this cause in the past 3 years. Will the judge put me in jail because it's not paid in full by the time I go to court?

Leland Hulbert
Leland Hulbert answered on Sep 11, 2021

It depends on the judge and it depends how much you have been paying lately. Normally judges will be lenient if you’re doing the best you can but if you refused to pay or haven’t paid a lot in the last few months they could give you an ultimatum and say you have to pay X amount with a a certain... Read more »

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0 Answers | Asked in Small Claims for Kentucky on
Q: I live in Wayne Ky. Im wondering if I can charge the owner of a abandoned vehicle that's was left on my property?

If so how much per day? Is there a point I can take ownership of the vehicle?

2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and Probate for Kentucky on
Q: Cops pulled me and my friend over because he didn't use a turning single but they were following us from five star

Cops pulled me and my friend over because he didn't use a turning single then follow me up to my apartment and searched but didn't have a warrant and they found 3 meth pipes and meth on a plate and took pictures but didn't arrest me was I charged? What will happen? They had no... Read more »

Leland Hulbert
Leland Hulbert answered on Sep 11, 2021

You need to hire and experienced criminal defense attorney to call the police. Narcotics detectives do this kind of thing all the time they try to shake people down to go after the bigger fish in the drug chain. If you allow them to search your apartment then they can search. If you told them they... Read more »

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1 Answer | Asked in Estate Planning for Kentucky on
Q: Is there a simple form to be an executor of a deceased person and I am the next of kin.

He didn't have anything of value or an estate. We had custody of his son long before his death. I only need to file his last taxes and deal with any refunds. He was considered at or near poverty level. I am his mother and I took care of the funeral and burial. I filed his death with social... Read more »

Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison answered on Sep 10, 2021

You should be able to file a Dispense with Administration form if he did not have any estate. That will also enable you to file his final tax returns.

0 Answers | Asked in Agricultural Law for Kentucky on
Q: Do voting stocks have any value
0 Answers | Asked in Uncategorized for Kentucky on
Q: Do voting stocks have any value

Voting stocks from 1989

0 Answers | Asked in Uncategorized for Kentucky on
Q: Someone abandoned a vehicle on my property bout 2 weeks. Can I charge them a storage fee? If so how much per day?

Is there some point I can take ownership? Ky

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