I have multiple judgements against me from different debts but same law firm. I don't make enough money for my wages to be garnished and haven't in years. The law firm reached out to my employer and threatened that if they don't garnish my wages then they'll attempt to garnish... View More
Asking for a friend: They loaned some money to a friend in the fall of 2021. Since then they have not seen any of the money paid back. They understood that for a while, the person was going through some financial troubles. There have been several attempts from my friend to communicate with the... View More
In California, the statute of limitations on debt varies depending on the type of debt involved. For written contracts, including most types of loans and credit agreements, the statute of limitations is four years. This means that if a creditor or debt collector wants to file a lawsuit to collect...View More
In the post they guy said the dog had a swollen milk gland but that it didn’t affect her. So I assumed it had seen a vet and he knew it would be fine. Well I won the bid and picked up the dog hours later. Not even 24HRS later this “swollen milk gland” AKA the females breast had tripled in... View More
In California, tenants have the right to request a jury trial in eviction cases. This means that if you've initiated an eviction process against a tenant who is significantly behind on rent, and they've secured legal representation who has requested a jury trial, this is a legal option...View More
Alright, Get ready with your attorney to fight the case against the company because we are going to download your case file and you are going to be legally prosecuted in the Court House within a couple of days.
So don’t ignore our notification and kindly pay back your... View More
Yes. You can sue them. The person will either answer and appear, or not. The judge will determine whether they are actually in default and if so, what the judgment amount is. It is then your responsibility to collect it legally. Unfortunately, you may find that the person who owes you this money...View More
Under California law, if you have been served with a protection order, it's crucial to follow it strictly to avoid legal consequences. However, you still have the right to retrieve your belongings. If the police are unable to provide a civil standby, there are alternative steps you can take to...View More
My mom is about to get a mechanical lein placed on her home mid March. She hired a company to clean and insulate the attic valued at 7200.00. She did not sign a contract. I her son signed an agreement in good faith. So far they don't want to work with us. They want either two installments or... View More
Under California law, a mechanic's lien is a security interest in the title to property for the benefit of those who have supplied labor or materials that improve the property. If a mechanic's lien is placed on your mother's home, it's crucial to address it promptly to avoid...View More
A sum is requested by the creditor say $3000. A judgement of $2500 was awarded and debtor paid in full. Under Ohio law, a judgment is meant to represent a 'final decision' between a creditor and a debtor.
If the creditor was dissatisfied with the decision of the Magistrate they... View More
I am not injured. I would like to sue for loss of value for my jeep, the day that I missed work and the overall stress of him hitting me in a new car with no insurance. He attempted to flee but was unable due to his car being physically hooked to my jeep. He demanded I settle with him before the... View More
I WAS ARRESTED IN 2006 AND THEY KEPT MY PHONE AND $608 OF MY MONEY MY CASE WAS DISMISSED IN 2007 BUT THE PHONE AND THE MONEY WERE NOT RETURNED I RECEIVED A LETTER FROM CPD A YEAR AGO THAT THEY HAD MY PHONE I COULD GO GET IT FROM THE EVIDENCE DEPT I DID GO PICK IT UP AND IT WAS MY PHONE FROM 2006 I... View More
The custody of our children to obtain or custody from my belief, or to be vindictive stay it information on the subpoena I received from county deputy answering information she would have no knowledge of
person (volusia co) borrowing truck took it back to dealership. dealership (brevard co) allowed NOT ME to knowingly trade in MY (levy co) truck for a different one and allowed forgery of my signature … TWICE. i have repossessed vehicle... View More
Per Uber, it prohibits its customers to deliver illegal items, including large sums of money and recreational drugs, but it is a regular occurrence today. My elderly mother was recently scammed out of most of her life savings. Using a Bandwidth.com account, a caller (using AI technology) claimed to... View More
You need to pick up the phone and call a lawyer. Look for a lawyer in your area who handles general practice. Justia has "Find a Lawyer" tab on the top, and you can try the Florida Bar Lawyer Referral Service.
When you do call, you need to be specific about who is using you...View More
It is regarding virtual hearings in Idaho. I have my filed copy, approval email from the court showing filed with file attached, and the court clerk as well as the TCA office confirming that they have all of my evidence. However, at the time of the hearing, the judge said he did not have it so... View More
there was no formal eviction, we had gotten into a disagreement and i fled the residence. i had to leave all of my belongings, clothes, hygiene, everything. since i am essentially homeless, i have nowhere to store my things.
I need to know if I have any grounds to be able to sue my ex boyfriend for both A.) wrongful eviction & B.) not allowing me my possessions, and then after being granted the eviction & writ-(due to the fact that he had the papers served to his place, and I never got any of them) he then... View More
In order to state a claim for wrongful eviction, you will need to plead and prove you were evicted based on your race, sex, national origin, disability or family status, or that the eviction was in retaliation against you for filing maintenance requests or complaints about the condition of the...View More
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