I have never heard of drug addiction being described as a disability. The ADA does not contain a list of disabilities, but rather defines disabilities as follows: "A physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities, a person who has a history or record...Read more »
I got accepted into a university, weeks pass and I get my grant to buy books and supplies. a short amount of time before the semester starts they say they made an "error" and put me in an earned enrollment program and cancel my classes not allowing me to reenroll in the current semester... Read more »
1. make an appointment with a lawyer who handles general civil matters, and take all of the documentation who have so the attorney can make a professional assessment of your situation. It may mean you calling around to everal lawyers and several...Read more »
I'm sorry to hear of your situation. You are in a very precarious situation. I STRONGLY recommend you consult with an attorney and have them review the Order of Protection and the deed to your house before you take any action.
If you have not done so already, you can challenge the...Read more »
My dad had brain surgery, but my sister is claiming he signed a quitclaim deed for his house to her less than 2 months later but the signature doesn't match his. He has since passed away and we didn't find out until over a month later that she did this when we were about to move forward... Read more »
From the information you provided it sounds like you may well have a case with merit. I recommend that you consult with an attorney who handles probate litigation matters. Your lawyer will need to know more of the facts and learn more about the handwriting specialist you hired before he or she...Read more »
Small Claim/ Civil Garnishment: If a creditor gets a judgment against a garnishee for failure to comply (not filing a garnishee answer), and the garnishee pays judgment in full, Can the garnishee then go after the Debtor for these funds?
I don't know if you are appealing a civil matter or criminal matter. Regardless, the answer is the same: You prepare a "narrative" of what happened in Court, file it with the superior court, and the other party may then object to what you've written. You need to file this no...Read more »
The location happen is here in Az and the incident was taken last year, but the discovery was later feb 10th and was reported to Phx police feb 16 with a restraining order. But the perpetuator, the step dad is outside the state working there, and still a free guy. Despite follow ups from the... Read more »
There is a case between my GF and her ex. My name was now brought up in a hearing, regarding real estate, something I was accused of doing professionally speaking. May I write the Judge to clear my name or somehow file something in this matter?
No. You're not a party. You can't file something in a case in which you are not a party. Further, writing a judge directly is not allowed. Judges can only communicate with parties when both parties are present.
Presuming this is a family law case (e.g., divorce or child custody...Read more »
While all cases are different, the waiver is a standard procedure in Arizona if the parties are in communication. It provides an additional time period beyond the normal Answer deadline for a party to file an answer.
Waiving service saves costs and gives the person answering 60 to respond...Read more »
my cat went missing and he was recovered by my neighbor. My neighbor did not know the cat was mine and posted an add for my cat. A lady who has a similar cat found the ad before I did and went and picked up my cat. She refuses to give him back and told me to take her to court. I know it's my... Read more »
You can sue her in a replevin action and if the court agrees you’ve proved ownership the court absolutely can order her to return your cat and even issue a writ to law enforcement directing them to go seize the cat to return to you.
I am currently in the process of moving out (getting kicked out, choosing not to go through eviction) and my mother is demanding 20k. I am 24, COVID hit hard. Mom has cited that it's because I injured her when I was 17/18. I had hit her with an ipad during a time when I was mentally unstable... Read more »
There's a two-year statute of limitations for her to bring a lawsuit over you hitting her with an iPad. Since she didn't file within those two years, she is past the deadline. If she file, you should file a Motion to Dismiss.
As for all other issues you raise, the two of you...Read more »
We are victims of abuse, DV. I left CA 2018 moved to AZ to seek asylum and safety from abusive sociopath (NPD) ex husband and bio dad of our 2 minor children. Asked for move away orders in CA family court, citing DV and asked for temp emergency orders there, allow me to bring kids to AZ. Denied.... Read more »
My heart goes out to you. It sounds like you're in a very difficult position.
The law for temporary emergency jurisdiction is ARS 25-1034. The best case on your side is probably Arturo D. v. Dep't of Child Safety, 249 Ariz. 20 (App. 2020) where Arizona did exercise emergency...Read more »
So I just got out of prison and a girl that I thought was my friend let me stay at her daughter's house "paid rent" "food" ect.. about a couple days of me being there I started looking for a car... Her boyfriend said that his brother has a couple vehicles for sale... He... Read more »
Unfortunately some key components are missing from your question in order for an attorney to provide you with an answer. It's important to know who has the money that you gave to the boyfriend. Did he pay it toward his car, did he put it as a deposit on your car, or does he still have it? If...Read more »
Loan was in default December 2018. Car was totaled in a very bad accident, and had no insurance coverage at the time. Lender charged off debt as "due to natural disaster" according to my credit report. They didn't file until December 21, 2020. We weren't served until June 18, 2021.
Yes, if the plaintiff prevails and a judgement is entered against you it is possible that your wages will be garnished. I recommend that you consult with an attorney immediately to review this matter and get assistance to defend or settle this claim.
Someone had been watching our dog as we looked for a place to live. Among other things, the pandemic prolonged the time it took to do so (4 months). Right before we were to contact the guy to get our dog, he randomly texted and said he killed the dog and threw him in the fire. Devistated, we... Read more »
Unfortunately, it is not as easy as merely requesting a civil standby. I have not filed a case like this personally, but I believe you should be able to file a case in justice court instead of at the superior court level since all you are seeking is possession of the property (dog). The fees will...Read more »
My sister and brother are executors of my mothers affairs. 9 years later my parents mtg servicing co sends statements to the estate of my parents both named both deceased. The deed is recorded with my name and the 2 executors. While 1 other brother and I are paying pymts taxes insurance and all... Read more »
If nothing was filed with the courts, then they are only named as Executors, they have no power as they are not court appointed. I presume you are living in the property, but you need to speak with an attorney sooner rather than later. They are taking advantage of you, not following proper...Read more »
No contract between parties. We are siblings. 20,000 mtg bal. My sister vowing to fight it and hold it up for years until the value is ate up with legal and court costs. She does not pay anything towards mtg or property upkeep or repairs or taxes or insurance. For 9 years. I am almost 60 and want... Read more »
A partition action is a lawsuit and is commenced by filing a complaint, not a motion. A lawsuit can be contested and can be delayed. Reaching a negotiated settlement that is fair is a better option. I understand that you have tried this but, once a lawsuit is filed, you will have additional...Read more »
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