The bad thing is he is my Son . I pay the Taxes,water, and Ins. He suppose to maintain the lawn but that is also a disaster. He made the place look so bad that I can't sell the property for a good price. And things look bad since he moved in. The first year he paid for three months then... Read more »
If he had a lease and stayed over the expiration he is still a tenant and the eviction process called summary process is needed. You can contact an attorney who specifically handles landlord tenant matters and if son is disabled this would especially be advisable.
This "cousin" travels with another person from Florida to Massachusetts, and is taking the mail from the mailbox, when full. The next door neighbor confirmed it. The Court has not appointed a legal estate representative. Is that legal? She is not next of kin. She is a 3rd degree... Read more »
I was in a car accident last year my insurance company considered my car totaled and I canceled the plates in April of last year before they took it. They had messed up when the tow company was coming so my plates were still in my car and I told the insurance guy I just needed an hour before... Read more »
Unfortunately I suggest you obtain the services of a New York attorney experienced in this type of law because you are going to have to convince a judge that you are not responsible for the tickets based on your circumstances described above. You can also keep attempting to dispute the tickets...Read more »
The main guy constantly gave me delays and excuses and it just seemed to be going in circles. I didn't have any faith that they were nearing completion and I thought it was most likely a scam. I called to cancel my order and ask for my deposit back. The guy said that he has 30 days to return... Read more »
I have secured a mortgage and will pay him a portion of buy out now and a portion later. For the portion I need to pay later, he wants me to sign a mortgage and promissory note and have it recorded in our town. Would this affect my ability in the future to get a refinance or second mortgage or any... Read more »
Your Joint Petition did not successfully go forward when heard by the Judge, hence no divorce . You should engage divorce counsel to see what was deficient or inequitable about your Separation Agreement attempt. Perhaps there was also deficiency in the documentation , e.g, Financial Statements or...Read more »
Sorry for your loss. Was your Mom a CT resident or a MA resident? If this is a Massachusetts Probate of estate, then an Ancillary type proceeding would need to be brought in CT and you should be in contact with a CT Probate attorney ASAP.
Any alimony would be for 60% of the period of the marriage, so for about 43 months but the issue is ability to pay and income differential and you have not stated whether there ae any children as child support is the first consideration and effects alimony. There are also types of alimony to...Read more »
Even though you are on unsupervised probation, it is still probation and with that comes certain conditions. At the onset, you signed a contract or agreement with probation on day 1, and that included any orders by the Court and any standard terms of probation. Sometimes probation takes the liberty...Read more »
I got a ticket in another state (NY and im from MA) and the officer cited me for a violation that is not part of MA laws. He told me that it would not affect my insurance or driving record due to it not being a offense in my state (this was him giving me a break). I paid the ticket with this in... Read more »
I'm hoping to go the the USA to do a postdoc as an L2 (L1-B dependent) or on a J-1 visa. My hesitation with the J-1 visa is that it has the two-year home country requirement. We are facing some time contraints so I'm thinking about applying for both simultaneously (to avoid delays in case... Read more »
Can I modify child custody and support if I went from 5 overnights to 7 overnights plus taking them till 7 at night 4 other nights? And have my kids all day on Sunday while my ex is at work. Yea he only days. Don’t see them are tuesdays and every other Saturday, other then that they are with m... Read more »
It sounds like you have a good argument for modification. If you think your ex will retaliate, just be sure you really want to kick the hornet's nest. If your kids are doing well with the current arrangement, it may be worth it to suck it up even though you feel she is taking advantage of you....Read more »
I live in an apartment complex and I know i have to give them 60 days notice if I'm not planning to stay but I would like to see the new lease before I decide, mainly to see what the increase in rent will be,. How much time in advance do they have to show it to me?
im 6 months pregnant, my car is registered under my moms name. the spot is not marked with a sign or anything but ive gotten FOUR tickets (different days) for “parking for more than 2 hour limit” which i havent even been there that long in that spot. i go to appeal it, i cant physically go... Read more »
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