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0 Answers | Asked in Contracts for Ohio on
Q: Can I sue my car loan company for charging extra finance charges and not putting my notes towards the balance of my car?

What can I do to resolve this? I’ve called in effort to tell them that the finance charges are not accurate and also to let them know that I haven’t agreed to this. Every payment that I’ve made since purchasing the vehicle, the majority of that payment has went to finance charges that are... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law and Divorce for Ohio on
Q: How do I get off this mortgage I am apparently not even on?

My husband and I are going through dissolution. My attorney found out today I am apparently on the warranty deed and original mortgage document filed with the county for the home we both thought was only in my exs name. Atty says to get me off the loan, My ex will have to refinance or sell the... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Probate for Ohio on
Q: Was my mother's POD on her bank accounts and TOD on her house. She had no will. My brothers want money from these acc

I did probate a 12,000 car because I did not know the TOD had to be given to title office before death. So they want all the money from the car and each want 1/6 of the bank and house. There was 6 kids but I was her 24/7 care giver they never even talked to her or seen her.thanks

0 Answers | Asked in Divorce for Ohio on
Q: Can my wife keep my kids from visiting with me if I have court ordered visitation with 3 of the 7 children we have ?

I haven’t seen my kids since she kicked me out on my birthday April 5th . Ages 7 to 2 months old.

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law and Child Custody for Ohio on
Q: How do I get custody of my grandson if someone outside of family was granted temporary custody after death of my daughte

Daughter was found dead, undetermined cause of death, 8 month old son granted temporary custody to the person that may of had something to do with her death, what motions need to be filed, how do I file without an attorney?

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce and Family Law for Ohio on
Q: I have parenting issue with ex spouse with mental illness. He was been non compliant . He wants to modify the agreement.

When he doesn't agree with we agreed to, he's constantly is wanting to change things. We both are supposed to have an ROR, which includes talking to the psychiatrist and or doctors. I agreed to be transparent about my medical health, even though i do not have any psychotic disorders. He... View More

Todd B. Kotler
Todd B. Kotler
answered on Apr 11, 2024

I don't see a specific question here. It sounds like you may wish to either file a motion to enforce your present agreement, or in the alternative terminate your agreement in favor of you having custody reserving visitation to the other parent. It sounds like you may wish to have a Guardian ad... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law, Adoption and Child Custody for Ohio on
Q: if a woman had a baby by me 17 yrs ago and adopted him out without my knoledge of the kid can i do somthing

is there anyway i could call adoption agency and find him an establish dna an that im hisbirth father

0 Answers | Asked in Adoption, Child Custody and Family Law for Ohio on
Q: if i didnt kno about a child of mine being born and was adopted could i do somtin about it

a woman had a kid by me 17 yrs ago and adopted him to a foster family how would i go about finding him an making contact and proving im his father

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and Domestic Violence for Ohio on
Q: Will a judge consider the amount of time between when a CPO violation occurred and when it was reported to police?

The CPO stipulates no contact is to be made by me to my ex-fiancé, and I was aware of this. Nevertheless, I messaged her on social media in a non-threatening manner asking her if she wanted back a piece of property that belonged to her that I found in my house. She then waited nine days to call... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Civil Rights for Ohio on
Q: Criminal law question. Search and Seizure question - legitimate search or violation of 4th and 14th amendments?

A vehicle occupied by 4 occupants crashes into a stationary object. Two of the occupants are fatally injured and died on scene. The other two occupants, one being the driver, are injured and found unconscious by responding public safety officials - police, fire/rescue, and paramedics.

The... View More

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answered on Apr 10, 2024

This is a complex legal question involving the Fourth Amendment protection against unreasonable searches and seizures and the legal doctrine of "plain view." Here are the key considerations:

1. Expectation of privacy: The Fourth Amendment protects against unreasonable searches and...
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0 Answers | Asked in Insurance Bad Faith for Ohio on
Q: My insurance company falsified my mileage on a total loss claim and when confronted about it they cut contact altogethe

I provided proof that they falsified my mileage and asked if they were going to low ball me on my car value now. Ever since then they cut contact with me altogether. Probably waiting for my attorney at this point.

Progressive

So now I suppose I have to sue them?

Nothings been signed yet.

0 Answers | Asked in Energy, Oil and Gas, Land Use & Zoning and Real Estate Law for Ohio on
Q: A propane gas company enters your land to collect their tank, left behind by previous landowners. Is this trespass?

If a propane gas company enters your land to remove a propane gas tank (which they own, but left behind on your land by the previous landowners, who had a contract with the company), by concluding erroneously that the land is vacant (and without making attempt to communicate with you), is this... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Child Custody for Ohio on
Q: Is it legal for my ex to hack my Facebook messenger?

My ex used a password I shared with my son to read private Facebook messages between myself and my family these messages do not pertain to my kids they only pertain to myself and she printed them out and wants to use them

In court is this legal

1 Answer | Asked in Uncategorized for Ohio on
Q: Wells fargo is charging me monthly late fees for paying ON my due date. I use their bill pay system on their website.

They show payment was received same day, they state because it takes them extra days to process is why it's considered late

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answered on Apr 8, 2024

I'm sorry to hear that you're experiencing issues with Wells Fargo charging you late fees despite paying on your due date through their online bill pay system. This can be a very frustrating situation. Here are a few suggestions on how to address this:

1. Contact Wells Fargo...
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1 Answer | Asked in Family Law, Child Custody and Child Support for Ohio on
Q: Where can I get a probono lawyer? also if my case just ended am I able to now file a new case in a different county ?
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answered on Apr 8, 2024

There is not enough information here to answer your questions. Assuming that this is a custody issue in fairfield, ohio, jurisdiction follows where the children reside, so you would have to file any custody action there. In addition, courts will not allow you to relitigate custody actions unless... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Civil Litigation and Stockbroker Fraud for Ohio on
Q: Ticker change in stock I had call option in. Bell rang I goto sell $1060, can't sell i tell em they give me half. W2DO?

I immediately reached out via chat they gave me the run around and told me I had to call in a manual order. Called put on hold 4 hour by then my option was only worth 160. After days and hours of raising hell never getting to speak to a supervisor as promised I got an email saying half of what my... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law and Juvenile Law for Ohio on
Q: I missed court. For child support. They have issued a warrant. I can file a motion to recall warrant.

I wasn't able to make it to court. Do to roads being closed due flooding. Due to Strom the nite before

Todd B. Kotler
Todd B. Kotler
answered on Apr 9, 2024

No you cannot. Contact your attorney and make arrangements to turn yourself in at a convenient time. Make sure you have any urgent needs taken care of as you may be held for a day.

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody for Ohio on
Q: Is it legal for an ex to use my Facebook password to access my messenger messages

I shared my Facebook password with my son and his mother used it to login to my personal messenger account and read my messages between me and my family and friends and is trying to use them against me to take away my shared parenting is this legal

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answered on Apr 8, 2024

Though she may have "hacked" your account, there is nothing private about private facebook messages. All of those are routinely subpoenaed in custody proceedings and are discoverable information, particularly if they relate to the kids themselves.

You should take some solace...
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