We were evicted and he lost some of his things now he his threatening too say I stole all his things if I do not give them to him what should I do in this situation. I tried to arrange for him to meet with someone to get his things but he refused I think he's attempting to sit me up to say that I... Read more »
He currently pays all the rent and I pay utilities I plan to move the first week of March majority of my items and the rest by the end of March he is saying it is Georgia law that once I move my items out I’m not allowed in
An attorney may withdraw from a case for various reasons, however he or she should have given you adequate and reasonable notice and should have received your informed consent. Secondly, they would have to submit a motion to withdraw to the court. Since your case is out of New York, you can file a...Read more »
If someone is angry and makes the comment of “having a bullet with your name on it”, to you or about someone who is family (or common to the family having a discussion), is that considered a threat, legally speaking? Especially if the person making the bullet comments actually has a decent... Read more »
Yes, it is enough. It is best to contact an attorney who can assist you with the specifics of your circumstances. It may also be most important for the individual to obtain a Temporary Protective Order.
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In court cases, what length of time or what number of attempts to serve papers about a court case to someone does the court allow before issuing a warrant or do they just find that person guilty? Updated to add, It’s been about a year of trying to serve papers for a civil matter but has yet to... Read more »
It should not have any effects since your name and contact information is not made public. However, it is always best to discuss these matters and present any questions to your attorney. If you have not contacted or secured an attorney, it is best to do so as soon as possible.
If the neighbor does not reside there but receives mail at the property next to yours and you do not have the other address where he can be served, yes you can use the address. However, if the neighbor's property is for sale and can sell at any moment and you want to ensure proper service and...Read more »
He was awarded only a small amount of what he was asking in court, I sent him checks monthly paying what I could, he never cashed them. He has now ordered my wages to be garnished. How much is he allowed from each pay period?
Not necessarily. As long as what you have posted is true, you have not slandered the company. Additionally, if your statement is simply, “ This company is awful and before you hire them look at their Yelp reviews,” then you are protected by the right to voice your opinions (aka right to free...Read more »
FYI, I’m not an attorney, so forgive my ignorance. Also, I am not referring to a lawyer asking for a continuance or an extension of time. I have a feeling opposing counsel is deliberately talking in circles for hours on end and running up the clock in order to stall. The hearing has been... Read more »
There is not a procedure similar to a filibuster in litigation. An attorney is entitled to a complete and thorough opportunity to examine and cross-examine witnesses. However, this examination should be limited to information that is relevant to the case at hand.
If I have a bank account in my name and my ex is a sub person on the account but her checks are direct deposited to my account and I close the account due to her hacking in and changing all of my information on my bank account where I could no longer get into my account. As well as my emails and... Read more »
It would depend greatly on what you mean by “hacking in” to determine whether you have a cause of action. If she is/was also an authorized account user, she would be/is legally permitted to make changes to the account. However, if she has defrauded you or misappropriated/stolen funds, you may...Read more »
This is typically proven in court on direct and/or cross examination. This is the importance of good legal counsel. If you haven’t already, it is best to contact an attorney who can assist you with the specifics of your case and provide you with tailored representation.
She has said through text messages numerous times that she was going to set up payment arrangements to pay the rest off. She still owes about 6000 and has not set any arrangements. I am having to try to pay it off so it does not continue to affect my credit. She has recently moved to Michigan. I... Read more »
My now ex and I purchased a house last year. Both of our names are on the deed & mortgage. We tried to live as roommates but that was not worked. I recently moved all of my belongings from the home. He claims I abandoned the house. If I still pay utilities and have mail coming to the house can he... Read more »
More information is needed before an accurate answer can be provided. Legal adoptions require the surrender or termination of parental rights, in this case, of the biological mother. Placing a name on a birth certificate alone would not terminate a biological mother’s rights. In the same way,...Read more »
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