Yes, you can file suit in the small claims court so long as your claim is $3500.00 or less. It is impossible to give you an answer as to your chances of winning with the information you provided. You will need to prove that your seller misrepresented the facts to you. With your mechanic's...Read more »
The disclosure is no longer 40 interrogatories,25 request for admission and unlimted request for production of documents? I am confused by the numbers in front of the each discovery that can be requested.
The new civil rules in Arizona at 16 A.R.S. Rules of Civil Procedure, Rule 26 lay out the determinations for three different "tiers" of cases. These different tiers each have specific amounts of discovery allowed based on case complexity and the amount in controversy.
(2) Tier 2. Each side in a Tier 2 case is permitted 15 total hours of fact witness depositions, 10 Rule 33 interrogatories, 10 Rule 34 requests for production, 10 Rule 36 requests for admission, and 180 days in which to complete discovery.
The new civil rules in Arizona have different discovery limits applicable to new cases based on complexity/damages. 16 A.R.S. Rules of Civil Procedure, Rule 26.2 lays out the various case characteristics for cases from Tier 1-3. You really need to determine which tier your case falls into and then...Read more »
Its a very long story about horrible sibling & dad w/o a will & drug addict brother moved into guest house & basically stole the entire estate & undue influence.Im sure I can prove all 5 points of undue influence,. This was 3 years ago. I hired an attorney to start probate. He took my $2600... Read more »
Your question remains open for two weeks probably because this is not the type of matter that general civil litigation attorneys (the category in which you posted) ordinarily handle. If you added Probate - Estate Planning to your categories, an attorney who has insight to such matters might have a...Read more »
You have several options ranging from obtaining an order of protection against harassment to filing a civil lawsuit. I recommend that you speak with an attorney to learn your legal rights and best options. When your attorney knows the facts, he or she will be able to assist you in selecting the...Read more »
I was never served or received any court documents about appearing in court over non payment for a furniture rental. I had no idea there was a warrant out for my arrest. I rented furniture from a rent to own furniture company and fell behind on the payments. The company was unwilling to make... Read more »
Typically a judgment may not be entered without the plaintiff demonstrating proof of service. If you were not personally served, the plaintiff may have used an alternative method of service such as service by publication (where the plaintiff runs a legal notice in a newspaper that covers the area...Read more »
My son was in the Army and got hurt and had to have his whole left hip replaced. Because he was on so many pain meds he lost his life. Can I receive money from these law suits and from all the pain of losing my son and what he had do indure. Gary Phillips firstname.lastname@example.org
First please ask Justia to take down your email address. You'll get all types of unwanted attention.
Second, as to your question, you need to contact the person at the Attorney General's office to see if they are filing on behalf of the state or on behalf of people in your son's situation,...Read more »
in az, two cousins each inherited from their parents seperate trusts for half interest in a family owned apartment building, owned free and clear, and fully occupied at all times. One was the manager and lived in the house of the other, adjacent, built by his parents, but not included with the... Read more »
This is theoretically possible but the matter would need to be carefully researched. Much can happen in 15 years and you need to know as much as possible about this trust, its assets and their administration. I recommend hiring a probate attorney to assist you in determining the facts and to...Read more »
Can an amendment to a living trust be challenged in court and overturned by an interested party in the trust based on incorrect format of the amendment, which was drafted by a legal document preparer and not a lawyer, and if so what would be the process or specific form to complete for an... Read more »
An amendment can be challenged if it does not comply with the form of an amendment provided for in the trust or if it has other legal defects. As far as I know, the court does not offer a particular form for doing so. The court has a generic objection form that could be adapted to that purpose.
In just one year of attending I have a $33,249.70 Student Account balance past due at Arizona State University. This is the amount owed to ASU after all Financial Aid payments ($23,000 of student loans) were applied and is growing with a $100 per month late fee. I am going to SCC for this spring... Read more »
You need to consult a local bankruptcy attorney. Many student accounts are federally insured and your debt may be non-dischargeable as most student loans are. You need a lawyer to delve into this deeper and determine whether your debt is dischargeable!
I had defaulted on a judgement that resulted in a wage garnishment. I mailed in my last payment amount in December of 2018 with a letter requesting that they went to court to satisfy the judgment. My question is does the creditor have to send me something in the mail stating that the judgement is... Read more »
When a judgment is paid in full, the judgment creditor is required to file a satisfaction of judgment with the court. Usually a copy is sent to the judgment debtor. Completion of a garnishment should result in the judgment being paid in full but there is no guarantee that this is so. I would...Read more »
Purchased new garage doors 4 yrs ago. Never told verbally or in writing that the finish would deteriorate within 2 to 3 years. High end Overhead Carriage Garage Doors. On their new brand garage doors with same finish warranty states finish guaranteed for 2 years, we did not receive that information... Read more »
A choice of jurisdiction clause in a contract can be enforceable, so there is a good chance that the lawsuit may need to be transferred to the agreed upon jurisdiction. However, this will not happen automatically. Your attorney will need to raise the issue properly so your Judge can decide it....Read more »
I recommend that you consult with new counsel immediately. In most cases you will want to respond to the summons to protect yourself--even if service may be questionable. I would definitely respond unless your new lawyer advises that a response is not needed.
The situation as you outlined may be the outcome. From a practical standpoint, the recovery on a case is typically limited to the insurance proceeds. You should sit down with your attorney to discuss your legal rights as well as the best practical approach to proceed forward with the case. You...Read more »
From the information you provided, your rights are governed by the Arizona Residential Landlord Tenant code. Your sister can evict you by giving proper notice. See ARS 33-1375 or ARS 33-1381. She must allow you to pick up your property and has certain duties to you per ARS 33-1370 D,E, F, G H &...Read more »
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