Bruce Alexander Minnick's answer IMO, the best thing you can do is to find some way to bury the hatchet with your roommate--because the landlord probably does not care who stays where as long as they pay their rent on time. No online lawyer can help you either.
Frank Truncali's answer Depositing a will usually means delivering it to the probate court where it will be kept. It is generally deposited along with a petition to probate the will. The person named executor in the will normally starts the process. If that person is deceased, unwilling, or unable, to petition the court, then another family member can start the process.
J. Brent Burney's answer A landowner generally does not have a duty to warn of dangerous conditions that are open and obvious. In other words, if the dangerous condition is known, or should have been seen or observed by the injured party, the landowner is not responsible for injuries caused by the dangerous condition. The standard is based on what a reasonable person should have observed. The issue of whether a dangerous condition is open and obvious is typically a question that must be decided by a jury. In my...
Timur Akpinar's answer If the scope of work/payment conditions were reduced to writing, you could raise the issue that the work was not performed according to the terms agreed upon. If the job was handled more or less over a handshake, that could present some challenges in terms of reaching a fair and efficient resolution.
Jason Brooks' answer The date of confirmation of registration is the operative measure. The certificate is just documentary evidence for you to have at your disposal. So, as long as you have a registration number, you're protected.
Bruce Alexander Minnick's answer If the state of Alabama is coming after you for $154,000 in back taxes you must surely have more than sufficient resources to hire a very competent lawyer to help you get out from under the hammer above your head. Stop asking for pro bono help on this open forum. Try searching through the many profiles published by Justia to find a lawyer who will help you.
J. Brent Burney's answer I am not aware of any way that you can re-open the indemnity portion of your settlement at this point in time. Once the Judge signs the judgment it becomes final after 30 days.
Mr. James Parrish Coleman's answer You can't take some other person's property just because you want it. Who owns the vehicle? If you don't own it, and you don't have a judgment against the person who does own it, you have no right to it.
Mr. James Parrish Coleman's answer ALimony in gross or periodic alimony? The latter can be contested any time. The former cannot if it is in the nature of a property settlement after 30 days (or 4 months in the case of fraud or at any time if there is a fraud on the Court). I assume this is an Alabama judgement. You need a lawyer to look at this and make sure you have no relief under rule 60.
Kristine Jones' answer Hello, if you and the father are getting a divorce, then child support should be addressed. If you and the father were never married, then when he stops providing financial support equal to or greater than what the state believe his amount of support obligation for the child. Your child is owed a duty of support so if it is not being financially supported by the other parent, then you should seek that support for your child. It can't get it if you don't ask for it. Best of luck!
J. Brent Burney's answer Yes, you would have a claim for the property loss, medical bills, pain, and suffering. You could also recover your lost wages if you have proof that you missed work as a result of the injuries suffered in the accident. The property claim is separate from your bodily injury claim. Thus, you can settle your property claim before you settle the injury claim. However, I would advise you to speak with an attorney before you speak to the insurance company.
Jack T. Carney's answer If a person dies intestate, that is without a Last Will and Testament, then the assets in the person's sole name pass to the "heirs at law" of that person. Assuming there is no spouse, the heirs at law are the children. If there is a deceased child, the children of that deceased child inherit the share their parent would have received had they been living. In your hypothetical and assuming there are no other family members, the home would pass 1/2 to the living son and 1/2 to the...
Shane Michael Oncale's answer In a custody battle the Court is charged with doing what is in the "best interest" of the child. You most certainly, under the circumstances alleged, have an argument that it would be in your child's best interest to be in your custody. You need to take action sooner rather than later as the issue of who is the "primary care giver" is an important one and with the child out of your custody the mother will definitely be able to establish that fact in her favor. A delay can be costly. Seek...
Kristine Jones' answer Hello, there is no way to file for an uncontested divorce without an attorney. You also cannot waive child support obligations without an extremely good reason. All three child support forms are mandatory, not optional, and must be filed with the divorce filings. You should have a consultation with an attorney in your area to discuss the entirety of your specific issue. You may also want to ask about terminating his parental rights, but again, that is a question for you to ask in a consultation...
Bruce Alexander Minnick's answer Are you sure this is a serious legal question? How would a dead person be forced to perform a contract if they cannot respond to an attempt to enforce it? Unless you wait until the decedent's family opens a probate case and then file a claim against the estate you are wasting your time. Caveat: Be very careful if you do try to enforce the unexecuted contract against the estate.
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