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Q: I’m refinancing my vehicle which is also in my ex husbands name . He said he needs a letter from an attorney.

It’s also in his name. And never paid a dime on it. I need him to sign off of the title

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Q: I’m trying to refinance my vehicle but my ex husband is on the title. And said I need to have a attorney send him lette.

It’s in our divorce agreement that he will sign the vehicle over to me after it’s paid off.

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Q: Can I carry a loaded firearm in my vehicle as a permit less carrier? Is Ohio code 2923.16 in regards to Senate Bill 215?
James L. Arrasmith
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answered on Apr 17, 2024

Ohio Senate Bill 215, which went into effect on June 13, 2022, allows individuals 21 years and older to carry a concealed handgun without a permit in Ohio. This is often referred to as "constitutional carry" or "permit less carry."

However, it's important to note...
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Q: Can I be fired for drugs without a drug test

He was told I was doing drugs at work

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answered on Apr 1, 2024

Laws and company policies vary, but in general, employers have the right to enforce a drug-free workplace. If you are struggling with substance abuse, I would encourage seeking help and treatment. There are many resources and support services available.

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Q: I need a lawyer to sue my disrespectful childish landlord for harassment and violating my rights and ridiculing me.

And retaliation for when we had to get help from a agency. He also made my boyfriend pay 585.00 dollars the day before our last episode with him. For his lawyer fees to evict us the day before court even though he knew I was getting help with the rent . I have all of the text messages of all the... View More

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Sep 21, 2023

An Ohio attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Some questions here go unanswered, but you could try reposting and adding "Landlord-Tenant" as a category. Good luck

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Q: Can an employer reduce an employees pay to minimum wage if an employee no call no shows for a shift

In ohio

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Sep 3, 2023

An Ohio attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. Some questions go unanswered on this forum, but you could try reposting and adding the category "Employment Law." Attorneys in that area would have better insight. Good luck

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Q: Is it legal to make money off projects using celeb AI voices if they are trained on clips from non paying projects?
Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Jul 19, 2023

An Ohio attorney could probably advise best per any state-specific issues, but your question remains open for two weeks. Some questions remain unanswered here, but you could try reposting under Copyright, Intellectual Property, and maybe Trademark - attorneys in those areas would have the most... View More

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Q: I need a new birth certificate.

My original birth certificate had my name incorrect. It was corrected by pen, and not legible. I do not know my birth name. All other legal documents have my name written correctly These include baptism record, social security card, school diploma.

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on May 10, 2023

An Ohio attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Most states and many large cities have bureaus of vital records or vital statistics. One option is to contact the applicable entity. Good luck

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Q: Can the IRS determine the value of a private party car and say you bought it undervalue and force you to pay more

If I buy a car valued 3k for 1k can the IRS still make me pay the difference? I'm interested in purchasing and reselling vehicles but don't want to get audited for paying what the seller wanted? Does the value matter if your paying what the asking price was?

John Michael Frick
John Michael Frick
answered on Feb 24, 2023

If they say you bought it undervalue, that would reduce your profit which is taxable income. So it would not make any sense for the IRS

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Q: Can children services remove my children without giving me any information regarding the removal?

My daughter went to school and lied claiming she’s being abused at home, the sheriff department raided my house and searched it. Children services took my kids. I’ve been given absolutely no documentation on the entire situation. Nobody returns my calls.

Denise Rini
Denise Rini
answered on Jan 4, 2023

Children and Family Services may only remove your children in an Emergency and need court intervention. You are entitled to a hearing within 72-hours where an attorney will be appointed.

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Q: my sisters son has POA, his wife is signing my sister's name to checks without my sister knowing, can she do that?
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answered on Jan 13, 2023

No. She does not have the POA and even if she did would need to sign her own name as POA.

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Q: Am I legally allowed to change locks and post no trespassing signs on a home I own but currently do not live in?

My grandma's boyfriend signed his home over to me July 2021. My grandma passed away November 2021. Her boyfriends kids got guardianship of him in September of this year and issued a no contact order to me due to having a felony charge 11 years ago so instead of him going to a nursing home I... View More

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answered on Dec 22, 2022

You own the house and there is no one living there. However, best practice would be to pursue and eviction action before removing belongings and changing the locks.

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Q: Judgement was made where service on the judgement was not completed, does the judgement still go into effect?

Ordinary mail was the original service on the reopening of the case. The defendant did not get service but it was not returned to the court. The judge made a judgement and the defendant was not present. Ordinary mail was sent with the judgement and it was returned without service.

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answered on Dec 22, 2022

The judgment is still good, but can be voided or revoked by filing appropriate motions with the court.

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Q: We have a barn builder who has walked out on the project mid- build. We are wondering what rights we have in Ohio?

We are owed approx. $80 K in work not completed. This is not a small claim.

Matthew Williams
Matthew Williams
answered on Oct 13, 2022

You can sue the contractor for breach of contract. Find a lawyer near you and schedule a consult.

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Q: I have a protection order against an ex friend he constantly calls and text me and occasionally comes on the property

Police reports have been filled out but there has been no real precautions for the respondent abuser the victim is left with no protection the abuser respondent has a gammon violated a protection order by via texting and calling showing aggression and Stating sexual activity how long should it take... View More

Matthew Williams
Matthew Williams
answered on Sep 26, 2022

Court proceedings get delayed all the time and the prosecutor may not reach out to you until it’s very close in time to them actually having to do something. You can always reach out to them for updates.

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Q: Does this mean if I don't have a garage. I can park it in my driveway?

No truck or other commercial vehicle of a rated weight of more than three-quarter ton shall be parked on any street or any residential premises in any A or R District for any consecutive period of four hours or more; provided that nothing herein shall prevent the parking of such vehicle in a fully... View More

Matthew Williams
Matthew Williams
answered on Mar 25, 2022

No, it means if you want to park it within the described area for more than 4 consecutive hours, it must be in a garage.

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Q: Wat is a judicial n how does it work

I just need some advice on decisions that I'm making to make sure the right

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Apr 3, 2022

An Ohio attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for four weeks. It looks like something may have gotten left off your question. If you mean, "What is judicial notice?," that's the concept in the rules of evidence that certain facts are so clearly accepted and obvious... View More

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Q: I sold a local dealership my car, they bought out the lease and said they would give me the difference in funds,

They have put me off for 5 wks blaming the finance Co. for delay of title.. the finance Co stated they sent title Feb 11th. I've contacted the dealership and excuses.. what can I do, can we get them for fraudulent bussiness practices ?

Bridget Sciscento
Bridget Sciscento
answered on Mar 7, 2022

This may be a violation of the Ohio Consumers Sales Practices Act. I don't completely understand the facts here, but it sounds like the dealer has not transferred title within 30 days.

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Q: I applied for rental assistance and received a check that covered my entire lease.

I just received word that the check was a mistake and now I owe $4200. What can I do?

Bridget Sciscento
Bridget Sciscento
answered on Feb 7, 2022

With only the information provided, I cannot give you a more detailed answer; so, I suggest contacting your local legal aid association. Legal aid associations provide free of cost legal assistance to eligible people. Many of the legal aid societies have large landlord/tenant departments that may... View More

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Q: My mom is next of kin for my brother that just passed..because he is divorced now...she had to sign for cremation

Since she is the next of kin... my aunt not my mom's sister..asked for Ashes to b put on side for us family.she is saying there is none.i called funeral home to find out about ..they said 2 packets were made on side and given to her she is saying that there is none...nursing home is saying... View More

Andrew Popp
Andrew Popp
answered on Nov 3, 2021

No question is asked here. If you are questioning who has the legal authority to say what happens with a loved one's remains you should look to Section 2108.81 of the Ohio Revised Code. (link below) That is, unless your brother executed a separate declaration changing the law's default... View More

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