Per our conversation we are giving you a 30 day notice to move so we can remodel and repair Apartment 1. If a move is possible sooner we appreciate a sooner vacancy. No rent is due for December. Thank you.
Yes. What that deadline is depends on whether there is a formal written scheduling order signed by the judge entered in the case or whether the parties are operating under the disclosure deadlines in the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure.
It is safe to assume in most cases that any documents...Read more »
The biggest “con” is that you become personally liable for the debt. Depending on your income, you may find it difficult to get another mortgage loan without first, or simultaneously, paying off this one first.
The “pro” is it may help with your credit score and improve your...Read more »
I have two full time jobs and have full health insurance through both BCBS and United Healthcare. Both are refusing to pay because each claims i am primary on another policy. Each is trying to subvert themselves as secondary under ther other. This seems illegal
There are rather complex rules called coordination of benefits which address the situation when a patient has coverage under two health separate health care plans. These rules resolve which one is primary and which one is secondary.
It is definitely legal. There are a number of...Read more »
I have used all PTO hours for 2022. PTO hours will be renewed 1/1/23. My boss deliberately came to work sick after returning from Disney World. Admittedly, sick for over a week without socially distancing, in fact, standing over my shoulder in my office. On 12/6/22 I woke up sick. I notified my... Read more »
He (is/was) a life-long Texas resident (indigent/homeless 1999-???), with a history of alcoholism. There are 20+ public intoxication charges, with last coinciding with his disappearance in 2012. There is a missing persons report in Abilene/San Angelo area, NAMUS record, and dna from his brother... Read more »
The answer to your question depends on exactly what your agreement was with your realtor—as many of the things you mention are not necessarily done by a realtor in the ordinary course of representing a buyer—and how you were harmed.
For example, what defective condition of the premises...Read more »
We purchased and closed on a home July 19, 2022. The Sellers falsified information on the real estate home disclosure form. Because they stated that everything was in working condition and failed to disclose many hazardous matters that they were apparently aware of, along with literally covering up... Read more »
It depends on what, if any, warranties you received when you purchased the home. Most previously-owned homes are sold as-is, meaning the buyer is not relying on any representations or promises from the seller regarding the condition of the home.
My father-in-law passed away this week in Texas, he had virtually no assets (lived in an apartment, had a car loan) and a lot of debt from credit cards, medical expenses. There is no will, and my husband was named executor in the POA. There is a very small amount of money in the bank, and the car... Read more »
Short question is I had a lawyer that was going to take over my felony I was under the assumption that he had talked to my lawyer and got that paperwork taken care of I had called him regarding a court date he informed me that it had been canceled rescheduled in fact it hadn't been and now I... Read more »
(cont.) was rejected by the judge handling her case, however, a Modification hearing has been scheduled for 12/20/2022 so is she likely to be in trouble, if she has already withheld his visitation with their daughter for a “very good” reason (i.e., substance abuse) and continues withholding his... Read more »
If there is a court order awarding possession of the child to the other parent and your daughter violated that order, she can be held in contempt of court and fined or jailed for up to six months or both for each period of possession she withheld from the child’s other parent.
I have kept quiet in hopes my manipulative ex would chnage but never did, just got worse and ended up in a dark place feeling used and played by someone I loved. Can they go back and charge her and her family as well for threatning me? I have proof of it happening multiple times. Does this help the... Read more »
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