The loan when I first applied. They continued to allow me to refinance the loan and take more cash after I no longer had the vehicle. They never asked for updated vehicle information and I wasn’t able to update the information since it was an automated process. Can this information be used to... View More
Based upon the information provided it is my opinion that your no longer having the vehicle at the time additional extensions of credit were made will not help you defend this action. If you got the money, you will need to repay it. The creditor's lawyer might use the fact that you no longer...View More
I was to pay the $100 the next day instead of collecting the money the next day he towed the vehicle without contacting me has since demanded over three times the original payment refuses to let me get personal items from vehicle (tools) wants me to pay him on cash card first before he tells me... View More
If your neighbor towed your vehicle and is now refusing to return it or let you retrieve your personal items, you have legal rights to consider. First, document all agreements, payments made, and any communication between you and your neighbor.
If the vehicle was given to you and you...View More
In Arizona, if you previously filed an "Intent to Lien" for $119,000 in May 2023 and now intend to file a "Lien" for $162,000, you generally do not need to file a new "Intent to Lien" for the increased amount. The "Intent to Lien" is meant to notify parties...View More
Attorneys are usually licensed to practice law in specific states. So, if you need a family attorney in Memphis, Tennessee, it's best to find someone who's licensed to practice in that state. Arizona and Tennessee are a bit far apart, legally speaking.
I obtained the interest in a one member owned LLC by Charging Order. The LLC contained tens of thousands of dollars, but the the bank disregarded the Order and allowed the member to close the bank account. The Order specifically stated my interest in the money within the account. The member no... View More
A common charging order issued against a Bank holding funds in a bank account of a judgment debtor can render the Bank liable when it allows the account to be depleted by anyone other than the Court or without the consent of the judgment creditor -- in this case, you. I have successfully collected...View More
But I realized that the copy of the pictures for evidence that everyone got was black and white. But mine is in color. Can I bring in the color pictures for the Civil and use them or any new evidence for the Civil suit?
An Arizona attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. This could depend on your local rules of evidence, and the judge's discretion. Until you're able to consult with a local attorney for specific guidance, you could try bringing in the color sets. If they...View More
Trailers, van and Harley towed for safe keeping after arrested at campsite for misdemeanor ticket..BLM requested the tow knowing I would be back in less then 24 hrs..as the Sheriff said it was just protocol and I would be self released once processed.
There are generally laws that allow for government agencies to impound vehicles for safekeeping, but the specifics can vary by state and agency. Typically, the agency is required to provide notice to the owner of the vehicle and to provide an opportunity for the owner to retrieve the vehicle. If...View More
If someone is working as an active duty police officer, then they have to act in a professional manner consistent with their training. If they do something illegal then they should be reported. If something they did violated your constitutional rights and they charged you with a crime then you...View More
An Arizona attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Who is taking the deposition? If it is by the plaintiff's attorney, your carrier may have assigned an attorney to you. If that's the case, they should brief you on the scope of questions you could...View More
In writing, tell him he has 30 days to remove the items from your garage and that if he does not remove them by that date, you will dispose of his remaining belongings, and then wait another 30 days before you remove them.
3 years ago during the covid out break I had problems with someone renting a room from me. But before I go any farther I do want to add that I was a addicted at the time cuz I was in pain management for15 years.. but non of my family new it cuz I only took enough to control my pain. so I was... View More
This would be better asked to a civil attorney than a family law attorney since civil attorneys deal with lawsuits and family attorneys do not. I would recommend you consult with one before making a decision on whether to pursue.
So, bearing in mind that this is outside my area of...View More
former employee has not been employed by the former employer for a year. The sister did not request to see the wage order. The employer sent it to prove he wasn't responsible for being the cause of another legal matter. Was this legal and if not what would be the be coarse of action for the... View More
A child support wage withholding order is a public record. A former employee has no reasonable expectation of privacy with respect to a former employer disseminating a public record without the employee’s consent as such consent is not required.
If you believe you have been wrongfully discharged from an adult foster care provider without proper notice or alternative arrangements, you may potentially have legal grounds to pursue a lawsuit. Consulting with an attorney who specializes in adult foster care and housing laws is crucial in...View More
I filed a complaint in Superior court pro se and the defendant acquired an attorney and answered. The attorney has now reached out to move forward with discovery and other protocol but I have had issues acquiring counsel and need more time. Can I at least file a motion for more time so my case is... View More
Can you? Sure. It's a motion to extend time to respond to discovery. Be forewarned: now that you've filed and the defendant has responded, it may be more difficult to find a lawyer to take your case, or may require a hefty retainer upfront. Good luck.
I was incarcerated at Maricopa county jail on during January 26th of 2023 and I was in a psychiatric unit at lower buckeye jail and I was I happened to not feel good I was throwing up about 6 to 7 times that day and I had asked the deal if she could call the nurse or call the medical so that they... View More
I recently filed a complaint in Superior Court against 4 defendants due to a fraudulent transfer of a property. Is it proper to record a lis pendens just after filing the complaint or is it best to wait until you receive an answer? I ask because I don't want to be civilly liable by clouding... View More
I won a judgment against a Defendant and she immediately changed her sole proprietor business into an LLC in order to transferred all of her assets there. This has been recently discovered and now explains why I have not been able to recover judgment. It was thought that once you've been sued,... View More
The defendant/ debtor has avoided bank garnishments so far but I have been notified that they have a Zelle, Venmo and Cashapp. Can I finally garnished their account via this method or are there any issues involving this?
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