I received a certified letter for Lady. I worked back in December today she paid me another table and did not take taxes out. This is the first time I’ve heard from her. Should send her a certified letter back or ignore this. She saying I owe her money.
If you are now a co-owner you do have the right to live in the house. If you cannot cohabit with your sister peacefully then you have the right to petition a court to force the sale of the house and split the proceeds. That threat might be enough to convince her to buy you out because litigation...View More
To file a motion for default judgment in a civil case in North Carolina, you need to follow specific procedures. After the clerk of court signs the Entry of Default, indicating that the defendant has failed to respond within the specified timeframe, you can proceed to the next step. Typically, you...View More
If your neighbor videotaped your two-year-old daughter while she was naked on your property, this is a serious concern that may involve privacy and child protection laws. In North Carolina, it's illegal to photograph or record a minor in a state of undress without consent, and this can...View More
To ensure that you receive any payments related to the lawsuit against a Virginia college, you should promptly update your address with the court handling the case. Notify the court clerk and provide them with your new address in writing. It's crucial to do this as soon as possible to avoid...View More
My mother ivc me in a mental behavioral hospital 3 times for nothing I did. I tried to tell the hospital that I didn't do anything but instead they started me on medication. I know have a constitutional right not to take medication. The 3rd time I went to the hospital I refuse injection... View More
To pursue legal action against a hospital for what you believe to be wrongful admission and treatment, you should first consult with an attorney experienced in medical malpractice or healthcare law. They can help you understand whether you have a viable case based on the specifics of your...View More
A North Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for five weeks. If you have medical records, you could gather them and try to arrange a free initial consult with a North Carolina attorney. I hope you're okay. Good luck
I've been told through synthetic telepathy I am under investigation. I've been attacked every second of the day. Using HIGHLY ILLEGAL MIND READING TECHNOLOGY,REMOTE NEURAL MONITORING, V2K, been sprayed with Truth Serum and attacked by community vigilance. I continue to get blamed for... View More
It sounds like you are going through a very distressing and complicated situation. If you believe you are being unjustly surveilled or harassed by local authorities or other entities, it is important to gather as much tangible evidence as possible. This could include documenting instances of...View More
I had a law firm break 2 state laws (letter of the laws, blatant) in process of various court proceedings against me. They also requested for NC State to break 1 of it's own laws to get the outcome they seek (NC state hasn't broken these laws, yet. If they did, it would be a 14th... View More
My wife’s brother is the executor of the will. We are selling the house that I am making the mortgage payments on. The mortgage is in my father in laws name and the executor is demanding that all proceeds go into the deceased estate and he is entitled to 1/3 after he settles the estate using the... View More
The idea is pretty straightforward: It would be a platform that allows for firms or individual lawyers to post meritorious cases in need of funding, once a case is posted investors will be able to browse through them and pledge money to cases they think will yield them a future ROI. The value I see... View More
Your idea falls within the realm of litigation finance, a growing field that faces various ethical and legal considerations, including the potential for champerty or maintenance. Transparency and thorough due diligence would be essential in structuring your platform to ensure it complies with the...View More
My lease implies that electricity is not paid for directly by the tenant (in the utility addendum, electricity is not checked off, whereas the other utilities that I do have to pay are. Further, the "Special Provisions" section of that addendum reads, "If electric account rolls to... View More
Didn't pay me . Told me he would press charges if I contacted him . I priced the job at $3,000 I was only 2 hours from being done the next day of when I called the next day he complained and told me not to come back now he refuses to pay for the work that has been completed
Send the homeowner a demand letter for the amount owed for work done so far and the value of the tools that he has in his possession. State that he may return the tools to you within 5 days and if he returns them in the same condition they were in with no damage, he will still owe you $x for the...View More
Their initial civil lawsuit was submitted in 2021 but their request for default judgment against me was denied by the judge. They have requested an appeal to the denial of the judgment request and that is still pending even though the time barred started in 2023. Can the lawsuit get dismissed after... View More
The filing date of the lawsuit controls the statute of limitation and it has been preserved while on appeal even though so many years has passed. Therefore, if the lawsuit was filed prior to the day the statute of limitation passed, it was filed on time, and it remains filed on time now. Good luck.
DMV said I need a lawyer for "claim and delivery" for vehicles. DMV investigated and put a block on my 2 titles so he cannot sell them. In early March DMV officer K.F. Dalton told the dealer (who permanently lost his dealer license in Nov 2022) to return my vehicles but he ignored them... View More
You may have civil claims, criminal claims, or both. A civil judge may be able to declare the contract void. A criminal judge may not be able to declare the contract void but may be able to provide other types of relief, like ordering the defendant to pay restitution. However, the best options and...View More
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