Read the entire Florida Rules of Civil Procedure, which you can find on-line. There is a rule allowing for petitioning the Court to allow for presuit depositions. That rule is rarely used, and in my 34 years of litigation practice, I have never used it. First, it costs just as much to file that...Read more »
A solar company signed my dad (70 years old) into a 20 year contract. His signature was digitally signed by the representative who scammed my dad into buying the panels. He told my dad everything would be "free". That is all what he repeated through out. Not to mention, my dad speaks broke English... Read more »
I highly recommend that your father contacts an attorney to have a consultation regarding this issue. I have experience dealing with a solar panel company regarding fees and costs of the monthly installments and have successfully negotiated the removal of the panels and canceling of the contract....Read more »
In my jurisdiction he would lose his ability to be a notary; if he's a licenced paralegal or lawyer there would be sanctions from the law society; depending on the context and extent there could be criminal charges for breach of duty or fraud.
Plaintiff received federal funds allocated by a nonprofit entity operating with in California. Plaintiff has a history of substantial filings of unlawful detainers since the 1980 in Alameda County. Defendant is a 100% service-Connected disabled Operation Iraqi Freedom Army Veteran who has been... Read more »
Simply put, the Federal courts have original jurisdiction in cases and controversies which raise either a federal question, or in civil cases where the parties reside in different states and the amount in controversy exceeds $75,000. A typical unlawful detainer case is between landlord and tenant...Read more »
So when my ex and I moved into an apartment together, I paid the $500 security deposit and we agreed that she wouldn't have to split it because I would get it back when we moved out. So when we move out, the apartment complex sends her the check by accident with both our names on it. She chased it... Read more »
We asked hoa to enforce the rules 4 times, each time asking them not to disclose that a neighbor complained, would give me up as source. I spoke to the neighbors twice before about parking in fire line/street where signs are posted no parking, called the police once, the towing company twice, and... Read more »
It depends. A personal injury case involving an animal bite can sometimes be settled just like a car accident type case before a lawsuit even needs to be filed. The first step would be to call an attorney experienced in dog bite cases and get a free consultation. Although dog bite cases can be...Read more »
Look at summary judgment in terms of what it means, and you'll realize on its face that it is a decision not to be taken lightly. When a party files a motion for summary judgment, they ask the court to reach a conclusion about the issue without trial. Under Rule 56 of the Federal Rules of Civil...Read more »
I was engaged to be married to a woman that I had living with me her brother and his wife we're losing their apartment and she asked if they could move in temporarily. Temporarily has turned into a year-and-a-half ordeal my relationship with the woman has ended 6 months ago and her brother and his... Read more »
This question looks familiar and I think I answered it earlier. There aren't enough details to make any kind of meaningful legal analysis here. If you want to learn whether you have a case that holds merit, arrange a consultation with a Tennessee attorney. They could request and review your medical...Read more »
You'd get the best input from a Tennessee attorney, but your question remains open for two weeks. From the description, it's difficult to tell exactly what happened. At any rate, it's unlikely that an emergency room ran no test(s). You could arrange a consultation with a Tennessee attorney who...Read more »
She had a earlier will which named me executor. She is now in hospice and I was just informed by a friend of hers who looked after her that she changed the will and now he is executor. Do I have any rights?
The executor of a will is just the person tasked with administering it in probate court. Being executor doesn’t make one a beneficiary of the estate other than the right to collect executor fed for the work. Whether you inherit or not depends on whether you are named as a beneficiary and whether...Read more »
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