So I borrowed money from an online payday loan type of place and I have been in a bind and not been able to pay it back. Plus they were taking 150 a week from my check and it was killing me. Now they’re trying to garnish my wages for 15% of my pay. Can they do that?
I bought a mobile home from a lady who was being evicted from the trailer park. The park owner gave me remainder of month to move it. Guy was booked up, so I paid lot rent June 10th, 2022. Still haven't found someone to move it. Park owner left me a msg saying I had till today July 10th.... Read more »
A Kentucky attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. You're correct; it is defamation. You could sue. But keep in mind that law firms that handle such cases do not generally work on a contingency basis, so you could pay hourly legal fees for something whose...Read more »
Got pulled over going 71 in a 35. Already have 6 points in my license. Officer wrote down wrong make. What’s the chance of it getting tossed out or what should I do to try to avoid a license suspension. I plan on trying to file no contest as he wrote a mistake. If he did that when he had my... Read more »
A Kentucky attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. If you haven't already responded or hired a traffic ticket attorney, you could repost your question under Traffic Tickets. Or in the interest of not losing further time, you could reach out to a Kentucky traffic...Read more »
A Kentucky attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. But as a general note, it would be difficult for any attorney to offer meaningful input based on these limited facts. You could reach out to Kentucky injury attorneys. After carefully reviewing how the accident took...Read more »
A Kentucky attorney could best advise, but your question remains open for two weeks. Is it possible you mean a "HIPAA" release? If so, that is a form that a patient must sign before their health information can be shared with others. Good luck
I'm sorry for your loss. This sounds like it might be something you would need to pose to an attorney who works with wills/estates/intestacy matters in Canada - unless there was a connection to Kentucky (or other U.S. state). Maybe if you reposted in the Probate and Estate Planning sections of...Read more »
Ordinarily in any virtually any jurisdiction as a general matter, members should not be liable unless they could be shown to have a connection to the ownership or management of the church. They're just members, not directors or property owners. Unfortunately, you have no control over what any...Read more »
It's a challenging test but whether it is hard really just depends on the individual, no two people will feel the same way about it. There are courses you can take before actually taking the test. There are also practice exams you can do without signing up for an entire course.
I have been on LTD for 15 years. I am now being told I have been overpaid every month for that time and I owe a ton of money back. They have cut out a huge portion of what they say I owe, but it's still a bunch considering I'll be making over $400 less a month now. The issue comes down to... Read more »
I was wanting to know if I'm able sue to my orthodontist. Three years ago I finished my orthodontic treatment and I have now been told by several orthodontist that I need to get retreated. I went to see the orthodontist because I noticed my back teeth were moving and I'm... Read more »
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