A Louisiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. Check the terms of your loan documents for any provisions relating to arbitration being a condition for repossession. However, without knowing more, the short answer to your question is "yes." Good luck
Hello, the HOA that over my residence just had new carpet install in the building , with new furniture , and fixed the drive way . The HOA told all the owners to pay 1,600 for the new carpet in January of this year . Now the HOA wants all the owners to pay 2,000 in January 23 because they are... View More
A review of your governing documents which describe the steps the Board/HOA has to follow in order to make these assessments is needed. Since you have multiple property owners worried about this, I recommend that a group of you contact an HOA or real estate lawyer to do this----said lawyer would...View More
A template? You can do an internet search for one and find something is my guess but then you need to decide if the template is what you are seeking and best for your HOA. Or you can consult with an attorney and have the attorney, in conjunction with the HOA, come up with a form.
I have tons hours of documentarian videos emails This all started after the Equifax data breach supposedly I have stock and bonds and on line holding I know nothing about credit fraud a bankruptcy was reported and then removed still affected my like government had all kind of rules and citations... View More
There is evidence of adultery. Can an immediate divorce be granted being we have a covenant marriage? What steps can I take right now to ensure my kids and I are ok? He left me with a ton of financial debt and refused often to pay the arrangements we set.
Sisters atty encouraged her to propose my eviction in order to sell my late mothers home. My understanding is that I am equal share holder in ownership & cannot be evicted. Also I’m disabled - stroke 4yrs ago. I’ve lived with my mom for 18yrs. When I received this proposed eviction, my... View More
Every Office of Worker's Comp in Louisiana has a mediator on staff whose services are available free of charge. You can certainly ask your attorney to propose mediation with the employer or its w/c carrier. Keep in mind that an employer does not have to settle a worker's compensation...View More
My great aunt recently passed away and one of her sisters refuses to sign the authorization to cremate. Prior to her passing i was her POA. she only has a life insurance policy big enough to cover the cost of her services and cremation. I have tried to explain this to her sister that lives in the... View More
A directive/authorization for cremation can be made by a Testator to an individual, other than a family member, in a valid Louisiana Will. Typically, that is the only way to get around the family requirement. You mention that you previously had POA for the Decedent, but not sure of the scope of...View More
I got married October 21, 2007. Then found out I was, surprisingly pregnant, around march 2008! This man was already very controlling and when the baby was born he got worse and started Being verbally abusive and had started to do things that was actually threatening the life of my son and I! After... View More
You can get a divorce immediately based on living separate and apart without reconciliation for a period of 1 year. You can ask for sole custody in the divorce proceedings. Once you and your fiance have been married for 6 months, he can file to adopt the child. The father's rights can be...View More
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