A party provided false and misleading statements in connection to an anti-slapp motion. I intend to file objections certain parts of the declaration that are false and can prove it. What objection can I use under Evidence Code or any other codes?
You are mixing apples with meatballs. There are rules of court and statutes regarding the timing for filing a motion for attorney's fees, or the judge could set a special time schedule on request. You can look these up on the internet, they are available to the public. If these are missed...Read more »
This is a case in Oklahoma regarding a quiet title claim. All 3 defendants were at court house and declined entry by security due to no masks (no signage etc existed stating masks required) they at first refused to provide masks then wile waiting for masks to be retrieved from car, security brought... Read more »
Motions to vacate generally must be filed within 30 days after the filing of the judgment, provided the judgment was mailed to the parties within 3 days. After the 30 day time period, requests to vacate must be done by petition. If the 30 day time period falls on a Saturday or Sunday, you have...Read more »
Without additional information this is very difficult to respond to. A lot depends on the retainer agreement. Maybe its ok, maybe not. What if they have to spend $50,000 for deposition costs and it requires financing at 10% for 5 years. Should the law firm just eat the $25,000 in financing...Read more »
I was a victim of a felony hit and run drunk driver. He rear ended me on the freeway while I was going 65 mph causing injury. The county commanded custody of restitution payments. I was awarded around $7k in a court order. The county has sent me two payments over a 12 year period totaling about... Read more »
Why would the State of California collect "child support, etc.?" Generally that is paid to the person caring for the child. Maybe a person in your other category "Civil Litigation/Collections" can shed some light on this for you.
Small Claims has jurisdiction up to $10,000, and this is the easiest and fastest way to get a judgment against the man who is breaching the contract. Your should learn from your friends mistake that you don't part with your money without a written agreement. When he goes to trial, tell him...Read more »
I want to legally block my bf from returning to our shared residence after playing music in bar as I am high risk in contracting coronavirus & he REFUSES to agree to go elsewhere after playing to change clothes, shower & take all exposed equipment (he has a “following “ of people known... Read more »
To try to get a lawyer's response, you'll need to re-post with a QUESTION, along with a brief description of the facts of the case. Also, "Res Justia" is not a legal phrase. I suspect you mean "res judicata", meaning a thing adjudicated.
Due to the PAUSE orders by Gov. Cuomo, the time to file a motion to reargue was tolled. Thus, based on your post, it appears timely. However, if there is no stay, and you have the right to enter judgment, you can do so.
Since they are not married, she can do a custody case for issues regarding their son. She may need to do a partition action (lawsuit) to deal with the house. She can do a replevin (lawsuit) for her personal property. She should get a lawyer to help her with all this.
Depends on the kind of trial you had. If Small Claims, as the defendant you have a right of appeal and a trial de novo. You would know what the lies were going to be ahead of time and have the proof ready for the new trial. Without seeing the court records it is not possible to give you an...Read more »
Oct 15, 2020, a Restrained person in a DV - TRO (Domestic Violence Temporary Restraining Order) has served (via separate Lawyer from DV-TRO ) a written 30 day "Notice to Quit & move out (deliver up the possession) to a Protected person via the DV - TRO.
Hmmm, you need to discuss this with your DV attorney or get one if you don't have one. You are telling two tales here. First you say the Restrained Person (RP) served you with a "Notice to Quit" and then you say that they did it through a different attorney. Well, either they did...Read more »
My ex took me to court to lift geographical restrictions, modify child support and a few other things in 2010. Everything in the order was awarded to my ex. More child support, geographical restrictions were lifted, and This is what the ordered said regarding attorneys fees- does that mean I have... Read more »
It simply means you pay your lawyer what you owe her and your ex-spouse pays his/her attorney . Generally it means if you don't owe anything to your lawyer, you owe nothing to anyone under this provision of the order. If you didn't have a lawyer, you probably don't owe any attorneys...Read more »
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