My sister and I inherited my parents’ Chapel Hill home in 2020. My sister, who resides in Chapel Hill, took care of the estate sale, and we agreed she would become sole owner of the house. When she closed the estate, she directed the estate lawyer to include my name as co-owner on the house. My... Read more »
answered on Mar 16, 2023
You can file a quitclaim deed which would transfer any interest you have to your sister. Your sister would not have to agree or even know about this deed. Contact any attorney in NC, and they can assist with this.
The Developer incorporated a C. Corp for the purpose of using the C. Corp as the Declarant of our HOA. They are not providing receipts upon request or annually pursuant to state statute here in NC. What can I file to force them to provide these documents. I also feel we are entitled to access the... Read more »
I live in NC.
I purchased the car from an Auction in OK.
They did not disclose prior salvage history or its current salvage title prior to sale either on the description or during dialogue on sale day.
The only document I received regarding the purchase was an invoice that... Read more »
answered on Nov 29, 2022
Did the auction company advertise this sale to you personally, or otherwise reach into North Carolina to attract North Carolina bidders? if not, you should look for an Oklahoma licensed attorney with automobile fraud experience to have a consultation with. Your lawsuit would most likely have to be... Read more »
They told me I have to make a down payment to get a car and have car insurance beforehand. I was reading up thats possible to get your money back if you write a letter outlying the codes they violated.
answered on Nov 6, 2022
I'm not sure where you read this, but requiring a down payment on a lease and proof of full coverage insurance is not illegal. Any right of recission would exist immediately after you signed the contract, and only for a limited time. You are asking if you can sign a long term contract, pay on... Read more »
I had been in talks with a large college for over a year about running my mobile business on campus, I moved states, and got the insurance/ certifications/ inspections they told me I had to get to work with them (all of which costed money) and after doing all that specifically for this school,... Read more »
answered on Oct 15, 2021
A North Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It could be difficult for ANY attorney to answer your question based on these brief facts. An attorney would likely want to see agreements, contracts, and communications between you and the business. If you... Read more »
No assets, ex wife , never divorced
answered on Nov 16, 2020
Speak to a local attorney before signing papers, since you were still legally married you may be giving up certain rights if you sign the papers.
I am currently struggling to see my child. The other parent makes to many hoops and I jump but still nothing. I can afford a lawyer at the time. I was curious as to going about filing for mediation. I just want my rights as a father to see my child. Nothing out of way or anything like that. I do... Read more »
answered on Jan 22, 2019
Mediation can be very effective. I recommend trying mediation as early in the process as possible, as you can save a lot of time and money if it works. You don't indicate whether there has been a court filing yet, but if so, the judge will actually order mediation. If a court case has not... Read more »
Review and advise on an IAR agreement.
answered on Jan 25, 2019
You could contact the North Carolina Bar Association for assistance. They have an attorney referral service.
I have police reports, witnesses, pictures, and other paperwork proving that we were still together until 2 months before she filed for the divorce. She won the case because I was sickly during the time she sent papers, I just started a job 2 months before and didn't realize she was actually... Read more »
answered on Nov 30, 2016
First things first - you don't 'win' a divorce and there is no such thing as 'legal separation papers'. That said, if she lied about the separation date, she can be in a heap of trouble as she may be charged with perjury and you may be able to get the divorce set aside.... Read more »
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