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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, DUI / DWI, Antitrust and Cannabis & Marijuana Law for Texas on
Q: How do I go about getting someone involuntarily committed in Montgomery County tx. He does not even acknowledge he has a

Drug problem but says that he is a drunk. If he loses to much more weight he might die. He is killing himself with the keystone beer and from my understanding he uses a needle for meth and I have pictures of him smoking it. He was drunk one night and wouldn't let me drive and almost killed... Read more »

Kiele Linroth Pace
Kiele Linroth Pace answered on Apr 9, 2021

Ask a Family Law attorney about how to pursue the involuntary commitment of an adult who is a danger to himself and others.

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts, Estate Planning and Antitrust for Florida on
Q: Moms trust states no heritance until I work 1 year, I get ssi I've tried to work, can't mentally disabled. What 2 do

It is a trust, my estranged sister is trustee. I have worked at 3 different places. This year. I can't hold job

Nina Whitehurst
Nina Whitehurst answered on Jan 13, 2021

This forum is for questions of a general nature. Your question "what to do" solicits advice regarding your particular situation. No attorney can give you advice about what to do without reviewing the trust and also asking a lot of questions about your particular circumstances. You need... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Antitrust and Collections for New York on
Q: Hi I had procedure done for wrinkles at perfect body lazer did not go back for the other one they are scam they want

they want you to wait to see the results in 7 months the first procedure was 5,000 which I paid and also sign in for the other one at the same time I did not want to go back after 7 months I did not see any results the other procedure was 5,500 now the credit company that gave me the loan is... Read more »

Michael David Siegel
Michael David Siegel answered on Dec 30, 2020

You have a defense to the claim, and you can bring the laser provider into the case. This is not a case where you get extra money for personal injury, etc., so we are just focusing on the $10,500 payment.

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts, Estate Planning, Antitrust and Probate for Oklahoma on
Q: Before my father passed he verbally left me an RV but never addressed in the will, now being denied by exec.

Do I have any legitimate claim if it had been the understanding by all parties ? Sister has POA and mother is alive and we’re both aware of his wishes.but denying my receipt of the asset. What recourse do I have .

Charles Watts
Charles Watts answered on Dec 8, 2020

In a very vague answer, anything that is not specified in the will goes to the estate for distribution. If the RV is not listed anywhere, then the RV would pass to your mother as the surviving spouse due to it being marital property. There are always exceptions to the general rules and you should... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Antitrust for Maryland on
Q: Is the need for a house to home school a child and purchase school necessities a good reason to do a petition on a trus

It is a pandemic and kida are home. I'm a dialysis patient. My kids are home from school. I can't send them back because if they get sick I get sick and I dont want to risk my life. My son received a settlement from a dog bite. I have to open a trust account for him and he is 12.

Mark Oakley
Mark Oakley answered on Oct 8, 2020

First, the Maryland Recovery by Minor in Tort Act only applies to recoveries in excess of $5,000, but if the settlement meets that threshold, then the funds must be deposited into a special account by the bank and held until your child reaches the age of 18, when it is paid over solely to him. The... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Antitrust, Civil Litigation and Small Claims for Ohio on
Q: My brother in-law and his gf are staying in my house they where supposed to stay for a few weeks and it been two months.

We called the cops and they said that since they have mail coming in we need to give them a 30 day eviction notice. They are not in the lease, they pay nothing no bills, we are struggling on paying our bills because they consume a lot. We help them find a job and they don’t clean. We didn’t... Read more »

Joseph Jaap
Joseph Jaap answered on Sep 8, 2020

As the police said, only a court-ordered eviction can get them out. Some courts allow a tenant to file an eviction to remove unwanted occupants. But other courts require the landlord to file the eviction. Call your local court to find out if you or your landlord must file the eviction, starting... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Antitrust and Business Law for Florida on
Q: Would a decal saying “I record audio and video” work to avoid Florida’s wiretapping laws or would they even apply?

I live in Florida and drive for UberEats. Sometimes people approach my vehicle to pickup deliveries, but they never get in. I bought it as a precaution because I’ve had a couple near-miss collisions and issues with people harassing me when I deliver in low income areas.

Terrence H Thorgaard
Terrence H Thorgaard answered on Aug 22, 2020

The law to which refer requires you to notify other parties to a conversation that you are recording it. So it should work, assuming that you make sure the sign is clearly visible.

2 Answers | Asked in Antitrust, Business Formation, Business Law and Employment Discrimination for California on
Q: Is it legal in CA to start a business that is competitive with a former employer?
Maurice Mandel II
Maurice Mandel II answered on Jul 28, 2020

It depends on whether you signed any trade secret agreements in your former employment. They could use that to claim you were using confidential information to contact your former clients, whether it is true or not. There is no legal prohibition against competing against a former employer using... Read more »

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1 Answer | Asked in Antitrust, Civil Litigation, Civil Rights and Constitutional Law for California on
Q: Can News paper censor comment I posted on the news website

I commented on a article that was related to Covid-19 there were hundreds of defamatory comments about An individual who had his grocery’s taken for not wearing a mask .my comment was simply this.

I wrote “ask-yourself how many people you come into contact with on a Daily basis.... Read more »

Louis George Fazzi
Louis George Fazzi answered on May 23, 2020

Newspapers regularly decide which letters to publish. Your comments are no different than a letter to the editor. They don't have to print every letter they get, and the same goes for the comments to their articles online. The editors always have the last say on what gets published, even in... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Antitrust and Small Claims for Virginia on
Q: What happens if you're a arrested and the wrong name is on the warrant?

If a police officers charges you with a crime but didn't spell the name on the summons or warrant correctly what happens?

Daniel P Leavitt
Daniel P Leavitt answered on May 7, 2020

They will fix it for you if you tell them it's not spelled right.

1 Answer | Asked in Personal Injury, Real Estate Law and Antitrust for Washington on
Q: BC resident settled case from July 2015.Attorney held about $5000 in trust & has passed away.need help to recover funds

I am a BC resident involved in a MVA in July of 2015. Claim has been settled. However, my attorney held about $5000 in trust in order to pay back my insurance company. Before he was able to pay back, my attorney has died, and attorney who took over his files claims he has no idea about the deceased... Read more »

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar answered on Feb 5, 2020

It could be difficult to track down if the attorney did not make a notation of it in the checkbook for the trust fund account that the incoming attorney could identify. And it looks like the incoming attorney doesn't have information on it. Maybe the bank could assist you if they have any... Read more »

2 Answers | Asked in Antitrust, Banking, Business Law and Civil Litigation for Alaska on
Q: law school as difficult as people think?
Bruce Alexander Minnick
Bruce Alexander Minnick answered on Nov 14, 2019

More difficult

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1 Answer | Asked in Contracts, Estate Planning, Personal Injury and Antitrust for California on
Q: I lacked capacity but quit claim my 4homes and am homeless. how do I void this?damage is incalculable.
Nina Whitehurst
Nina Whitehurst answered on Nov 9, 2019

Contact the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles, https://lafla.org/, 800-399-4529. They might be able to help you.

1 Answer | Asked in Estate Planning, Contracts, Antitrust and Probate for California on
Q: Would you challenge" integrity ""Legality" and "Un-natural"creation of a Living Trust if the following events applied?

1. Father was very successful quadriplegic who planned his estate thru a will.

2. Had a tragic accident that put him in a coma for 8 wks r.Then incapacitated by doctors reports thereafter.

3. Mom knew that his will would not pass his estate to her only 1/3 of his wealth

4... Read more »

Nina Whitehurst
Nina Whitehurst answered on Oct 20, 2019

This is quite evidently a highly fact-specific situation, which is not suitable for this forum, which is for questions of a general information.

In any event, there are critical facts missing from your narrative that could change the answer 180 degrees. Your best bet is to schedule a...
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1 Answer | Asked in Divorce and Antitrust for Florida on
Q: He gets angry and holds my child as a pawn towards me and doesn’t let me see him when it’s my week to have him

I have him after not seeing him for 3 weeks because his dad wouldn’t allow me to get him and now I’ve only had him for 2 days and he is demanding that I bring him back home . When I said no he said he has primary custody of him and if I didn’t bring him back that he would have me put in jail.... Read more »

Rand Scott Lieber
Rand Scott Lieber answered on Sep 4, 2019

You should have a parenting plan which defines your time and his time. He cannot block you from having your time. If he does then you need to go to court and tell the judge. There is no "primary custody." The child is shared and you are entitled to your time per the court ordered parenting plan.

1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law, Personal Injury, Antitrust and Securities Law for Wisconsin on
Q: I was never served the summons and I missed the first court appearance. Can I counter for abuse of process?

I suspected they would file because their attorney's sent me bills to collect, but a summons nor complaint never came. I looked it up on WCCA and saw it today. Summons was filed on 6-17-19. I still haven't received it, but the commissioner adjourned for publication on 7-11-19. Attempted... Read more »

Bruce Alexander Minnick
Bruce Alexander Minnick answered on Aug 15, 2019

This is not a securities law question.

1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law and Antitrust for New York on
Q: Are there any drawbacks that may arise post-judgment if a suit is brought and won in the US against non-US defendants?
Michael David Siegel
Michael David Siegel answered on Jul 9, 2019

Yes. You won't be able to collect your judgment.

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law and Antitrust for California on
Q: Is a clone a human and would homicide be illegal

What if I could prove there were clones surrounding me 200,000 through a diabetes test

Rhonda Mae Hixon
Rhonda Mae Hixon answered on May 16, 2019

A clone of a human would be a human since they share the same DNA, so homicide of a clone would be illegal and a violation of Penal Code section 187, just as it would for a human.

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Litigation, Consumer Law, Contracts and Antitrust for Texas on
Q: Vehicle was hit by another vehicle. Took it to paint shop. Went over the insurance estimate and removed a few items to s

Save some money. When I went to pick up my vehicle all the repairs were done very bad. Very bad.

Then when I got the final invoice the paint shop has changed all the numbers around to make the final bill to equal the original estimate.

Which they had already sent a supplement to... Read more »

Gary D. Peak
Gary D. Peak answered on May 9, 2019

The question is, do you have your vehicle or is it still at the shop? If they still have it I would get an attorney to write a demand letter for the car and regarding the bill. If not, you can simply refuse to pay and if they report it to the credit bureaus then sue them, or if they sue you, file... Read more »

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