Hired in 2005, I moved to a virtual role during 2012. Following a bankruptcy discharge in 2018 I was notified of a municipal income tax deficiency owed to my residence city. Upon receipt of the notification I worked with the tax authority to attempt to reconcile. This included providing copies of... Read more »
She left the house to her sister. I knew that. However, they took the business name and accounts and took control of the business PO Box and all incoming checks and entered them into probate in Greene Co. Ohio. I subsequently had to file all necessary paperwork and obtain a new federal EIM and new... Read more »
answered on Jul 19, 2021
If there is an operating agreement or partnership agreement for the company, you could make a claim for your share of the ownership. If any of your personal property was removed from the house, you could make a claim for return of that. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local attorney to... Read more »
HR (and other supervisors) refused to do anything about racism in the workplace. They lied about company policy and my ability to resolve the issues on my own. And Later when I quit due to these and other conditions, they denied paying out vacation that I was eligible for and entitled to because... Read more »
answered on Apr 28, 2021
Hi, more information is needed here. Complaints about racism in the workplace may be protected under Title VII. I would reach out to an employment law attorney in your state for a consultation.
I was not allowed to enter his building. He was discharged without all his possessions. They do not answer phone calls.
answered on Apr 16, 2021
An Ohio attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for the ordeal you and your brother experienced. You could consult with a local attorney to review the matter. It does not sound like something that would be handled on a contingency basis, so... Read more »
This was a roofing contract. I paid half and have not paid the balance because of issues that have not been resolved.
answered on Nov 18, 2020
Ohio courts routinely enforce arbitration clauses in contracts unless there are specific exceptions in the language of the agreement that would apply to your case, or if there is a significant difference in the bargaining power between the two parties to the contract. If the roofing company... Read more »
they were saving up for an apartment together before they broke up this week. she wants to take it all but $200 of the $. but he bought her an iphone for $300-$400 she doesn't want to pay him back for it out of her share. she has threaten to bring the cops so they can make him give her all the... Read more »
answered on Aug 20, 2020
The cops are unlikely to do anything. They certainly won't make him pay money. The aren't collection agents. That isn't what cops do. She would have to go to small claims court.
My roommate has completely moved out, but she says she will still pay her rent. Because she's on the lease. How can I legally get a new roommate?
answered on Oct 28, 2019
Both of you remain fully liable for the entire monthly rent amount. If she stops paying, and you do not pay it in full, landlord can evict you and sue both of you. Check your lease to determine if it allows you to sublease, or work it out with landlord if you find a new roommate.
What do or can I do?
answered on May 14, 2018
Do you have documents that show you paid the amounts they say are due? Were the amounts you paid listed on your tax returns, payroll deductions, or bank statements? If their records show you owe money, even if they don't have full documentation of that, you might have the burden to prove... Read more »
I had a sublet with girl 1 to take over her portion of the lease. The leasing company told us to have an informal lease agreement basically stating that I would be taking over. I got the keys and everything and gave her $505 for the rent for the month. A day goes by and my room is occupied with... Read more »
answered on Dec 28, 2017
You can sue in small claims court to try to get your money back. But even if the court gives you a judgment, then you have to try to collect it, which is another visit to court.
My parent paid over half the value of this home as s favor to a family friend when her spouse died to keep the previous owner from foreclosure..under the verbal agreement made in front of our attorney she agreed my family would pay off the balance of the house, she would live in it until she... Read more »
answered on Dec 11, 2017
The owner named on the deed can evict anyone whose name is not on the deed. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to consult a local real estate attorney who can review all the facts of this complicated situation and advise you on your options.
no rent , no money exchanged at all. have recorded was only temporary, stole my debit n didn't press charges, do I need to evict them? what about their belonging filling my garage, cannot get to my necessary belongings?
answered on Apr 19, 2017
Yes, unfortunately, you must use the proper eviction process. If you don't, they could sue you for wrongful eviction - and they probably would. Give them a 3-day notice for non-payment of rent, and then file for eviction after 3 days. The court might dismiss that, since there was never an... Read more »
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