i want a lawyer thats going to tell me how can get help with medication tampering and mother stealing money
Is there a state and/or federal law that protects one's disclosure of personal information such as a home address? I ask because in public live online city council meetings they want people to disclose his/her home address to the public. Does one have the right to not do so?
answered on Feb 2, 2022
The first step is to file a claim form with Unclaimed Property. After a caseworker is assigned to your case, they'll instruct you on the documentation needed to release the funds. I would recommend reaching out to an attorney for further help if the caseworker tells you that you need to show... Read more »
Is this considered identity theft?
answered on Aug 7, 2021
If you want a divorce what you can do is hire an attorney to file a divorce action for you. Schedule a consultation to discuss your case in detail and learn your specific options.
Best of luck!
Its not being paid back, and its going on my credit report. What should I do next? How can I prove it is the person that I suspect it to be that is responsible for this? I disputed the mark on my credit report, but I don't know how to prove to them it wasn't me.
answered on Oct 20, 2019
Quickly contact PayDay and ask them to preserve the video surveillance from the transactions they claim to have with you. Contact the police and advise them that your identity has been compromised. Contact Equifax and the other major credit reporting agencies and advise that your identity has been... Read more »
I think it was a deferred sentence for burglary. He made a report with the police and stated that he didnt know ot was stolen a friend gave it to him to get a drink at the store where they have him on camera.
answered on Nov 25, 2016
No clue based on the very limited info here. What was he on probation for? Was he on a suspended or deferred sentence? Also need more info about what he did this time with the stolen credit card.
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