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Q: Dr prescribing schedule ii meds to my son with no evaluations in 2 years - is this legal; Ex wont agree to change dr

I have 50/50 decision making with my ex. My son has ADHD and I believe that his doctor has been making potentially dangerous recommendations and prescriptions for my son, but his father won't agree to change doctors. The doctor has prescribed Focalin, Concerta, Vyvanse, Adderall + more over 2... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Divorce and Family Law for Washington on
Q: I have a protection order against me and I'm not allowed to return home.

Am I able to call and have her new bf trespassed from that residence

1 Answer | Asked in Bankruptcy for Washington on
Q: Does RCW 6.27.100 under "YOU ARE HEREBY COMMANDED" mean that we cannot legally pay the debt in full online now?

I have the money to pay the amount for "the amount alleged to be due and still owing under said judgement"

This amount is higher than the amount on the collections agency website. I just want to pay it and never have to think about it again. How do I do that?

Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison answered on Jan 15, 2022

Send a cashiers check directly to the creditor by certified mail, return receipt requested.

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law and Employment Discrimination for Washington on
Q: IF I DIDNT KNOW MY BOSS WAS GOING TO KEEPMY MONEY THAT HAVE SAVED UP, HOW MANY YEARS CAN I GO BACK TO GET MY MONEY?

I had set up an savings accont on the side with my boss to put half my wage on my check and the other in what he called a "nest egg" savings. We had this agreement for years, no problems what so ever.wheni went to California I took $5000 out of my savings so knew that I had money in my... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for Washington on
Q: Tenant Lease termination

Hi. I have rent an apartment in May 30 last year. Since July 7, because the ceiling had a leak problem ( before our move in it) a company came to find out what was the problem. They made a 2 ft large hole in the ceiling, covered it with some foil and that’s it. Nobody came to fix it even though I... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for Washington on
Q: My landlord charged me an extra security deposit after manager lost it. Can I sue?

We paid all move in costs and received keys. Manager calls me over a month later asking if I had a receipt which I had misplaced. Manager admits to having lost the payment. We later see that we were again charged another security deposit on the legder. We argued plenty of times that we did not owe... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law for Washington on
Q: Priceline charged & confirmed my reservation but actual reservation is not done at hotel , had to stay the night in car

Priceline provided confirmation of hotel reservation and charged my card , but when i reached the hotel which is almost at midnight, hotel desk members mentioned that there was no reservation made with priceline confirmation.

I had called Priceline customer care and after two hours of call... Read more »

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Q: Can I sue natural gas for not providing gas to my pregnant wife because of “snow”

We pay every time on time. They claim they can get a fuel truck down the ally which is bs they just don’t want to.

0 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for Washington on
Q: Is it OK for my neighbor, who is the property managers son, to not have to follow rules just because he is her son?

We were told only 2 cars/spots per unit. Yet he and his wife are taking up 4. It's a no smoking property yet they smoke in his supply room on the property. He also offered to buy my old car and use it for parts, ended up selling it and never gave me a penny for it. He has Monitors in his... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Health Care Law and Insurance Bad Faith for Washington on
Q: How do you sue a health insurance company that is regulated by the CCIIO?

My partner has been denied coverage for a severe neck issue because her symptoms do not meet the criteria for medical necessity.

Her doctor, however, believes that she does met that criteria.

0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law for Washington on
Q: Getting ready to close on home. Water test from spring comes back with fecal coliforms. I want out of contract.

Seller insists UV filter is adequate. Further research shows springs are not approved drinking water sources in Virginia. How do I terminate contract without penalty?

1 Answer | Asked in Estate Planning for Washington on
Q: Hi there, my dad recently passed away and he has no estate but has debt. If i inherit his car, can they come after it?

No other assets, but a bunch of personal loan debt. The car was owned free and clear and all the creditors have been notified of his death. I plan on doing an affidavit or inheritance soon, but I dont wNt to get sued by the creditors for the vehicle. Can they come after it to force me to liquidate... Read more »

Keith Armstrong
Keith Armstrong answered on Jan 9, 2022

Hi, Spokane heir. If your father did not have a Will, you may inherit the car, but under Washington law, all of the debts of your father's estate and all of the assets (owned and controlled by him) are available to pay creditors. All of the creditors must have a chance to get paid from the... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law for Washington on
Q: I'm 16 and work 50 hours a week and my boss writes it off and I wanna sue

Oh and also he had me park his car and I scratched it and he wants to take the Money to fix it directly out of my pay check

0 Answers | Asked in Estate Planning for Washington on
Q: My parent just passed away the will I was given was dated 2001. A updated will was made. where would I find it?

Mom said before she passed away seven years ago they had updated the will, how do I go looking for this information. My brother who is the trustee of this will was floored on how this will was wrote up two brothers were left out. Thank you.

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law for Washington on
Q: What can I do to get my son, 12, vaccinated for covid? His mother is anti-vax & thinks covid is a hoax & she refuses.

She is the custodial parent but we have 50/50 say regarding major medical decisions. She has stopped me twice now (during my visitation) by contacting every pharmacy in our rural area and complained saying she doesn't consent and now no one will give my son the vaccine stating they dont want... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Divorce for Washington on
Q: We have a piece of property in my wife's name only. I want to know if she can be made to sell it as community property?

We have been legally separated since 2009. We have a house that we bought a year and a 1 1/2 ago. She wants to sell that. Her family gave us the property 3 and a 1/2 years ago. But only put it in her name. We live in Scott County in Washington State.

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Q: If I got temporary Guardianship paperwork on line then had it signed & notarized with the mom of my grandson is it lega

I need it to put him in school. I also need it to put him on my insurance. Mom out of state. No lawyer involved. Just signed and notorized.

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