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
So I know this probably about 2 months ago $150 was being taken out and labeled miscellaneous and that has happened three or four more times since then now it's probably around the total around $600 this isn't the first time I've had discrepancies with my company I have multiple... View More
Employers are limited with respect to items they are permitted to withhold from your paycheck. They are generally permitted to withhold certain taxes and benefits that you have agreed to. Otherwise, they are not permitted to withhold additional amounts without written authorization from you. In...View More
If I pay her part of the lease break fee, then go to small claims court, would she be held responsible to pay me back and/or have a judgement against her. What is the best way forward to hold her responsible and releas me of liability? Thank you
Small claims court could potentially help you address the issue of your roommate refusing to pay her share of the signed lease break fee. If you have evidence of the signed lease, the agreed-upon lease break fee, and any communication regarding the fee, you may be able to file a claim in small...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.
it was alleged that i was in a fender bender in A company truck. the other party would like to contact our insurance and make a claim. when payday came my boss told me that i had to go convince this other party to take a money bribe and not call his insurance, well i did not do that so he kept my... View More
Yes if a person fails to pay their storage fees, the contents can be sold to the highest bidder. Sometimes there’s nothing but junk and paperwork. Sometimes the winning bidder finds a treasure trove. It can be hit or miss.
I purchased a grocery store pitted olive salad that they process in the store and source the Olives from another company. They investigated it and said that in the ingredients small print on packaging it says may have small pieces of pit or pits. They said they would give be my initial dental... View More
An Arizona attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. Unless you're being presented with the opportunity of going to arbitration, one option is looking into whether the matter falls within the limits of Arizona small claims court. Another option is reaching out...View 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?
This probably sounds so crazy. But his comment lead me down a spiral of self-hatred and eventually forcing myself to vomit up food to be skinnier. And now, thanks to all that acid, my teeth have holes and I suspect I need around $10,000 to repair them completely, including 4 crowns and at least 20... View More
I'm sorry to hear of everything you are experiencing. Regardless of what I may say about your legal case, please know that you deserved to be treated better by your ex and you should also be kind to yourself and love who you are.
I think winning a case like yours would be difficult....View More
On many legal claims you have to prove that the company did something wrong. Did the company making the sweatpants tell you or market their product as being able to securely hold the iPhone XR without falling out? Is the iPhone XR advertised to be able to securely fit in these particular...View More
This looks like something that a Wisconsin attorney could advise best on, but your post remains open for two weeks, and time is probably of the essence in your actions. Since these things can require responses in the order of around 20 or 30 days in many jurisdictions, reposting your question in...View More
I bought a vehicle in June 2021, received an open title & written bill of sale, but never registered it in my name. Fast forward to beginning of Nov, my husband asked a family friend to borrow $100 & told them he could pay back $10/day, but warned the payments would be sporadic. The friend... View More
Probably, but you will likely have to go to small claims court to do so. You would need to file a small claims court case for the current market value of the vehicle (because you cannot seek injunctive relief in justice court - "getting your title back" is injunctive relief). If you win...View More
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... View 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...View More
Loan company was paid 19k from insurance. Deceased person left remaining balance of 1k due to late payments. Company asked for death certificate to pursue the executive of state but insist that I am liable for the remaining balance.
An Arizona attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. I'm sorry for your ordeal and stressful situation. Unfortunately, when it comes to property loss cases, pain and suffering does not generally enter the equation. That is a measure of damages that arises in...View More
An Arizona attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a general premise, signing an agreement has evolved from what it meant in the past. Digital keystrokes on a computer or other device have attained the same legal force as a traditional signature left by a pen on...View More
My gasket blew and I took it to my mechanic. I decided to buy a new engine and payed my mechanic up front for parts. After weeks he said that a guy from dealer stole it and engine was not delivered. He said when I asked that their was nothing legal he could think of to do about the dealer he... View More
If your mechanic ordered the engine from a dealership and it is stolen at the dealership while in their custody, the loss is taken by the dealership and they would need to order a new engine. The allegations by your mechanic just don't sound right. If he purchased an engine, he must have a...View More
An Arizona attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It could be difficult for an attorney to compute a price based on the brief details provided. You could summarize your presentation to 300 - 400 words and make a one or two page summarized inventory of your 21...View More
Generally, in landlord/tenant cases, you sue the landlord (or property owner) - not the property management company or property manager. The property manager typically is not the property owner and merely the landlord's agent who at all times is acting on behalf of the landlord. If the...View More
I was served while walking in to court for one of the orders of protection since he was appealing it. I didn’t respond because I was confused and I was waiting for a court date. Now I’m in default and they want to garnish my wages. I’m a single mom with only my income. I need help what can I do?
Thank you very much for contacting my office. I realize this is a challenging time for you and that you have lots of questions. It is okay to be anxious and overwhelmed; the trick is not to fight it. Instead, you are on the right track by educating yourself about options to help deal with your...View More
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