I bumped into an ATT company vehicle 6 months back. My grandfather’s name was on the vehicle and he cancelled the insurance without telling me, so I thought I was driving an insured vehicle. I received a bill in my name for nearly $2,500 a month after the accident and contacted ATT but never got... Read more »
Joe had a right to walk around free until he got in a bar fight, was convicted of Assault, and sentenced to jail. A judge decided NOT to lock Joe up and instead put him on community supervision probation with a condition that Joe stays out of all bars...Read more »
I have a mobile home I bought from them and part of the contract states I have to have it moved before the end of feb 2020. They are now messaging family members stating they are trying now to do everything they can to keep me from relocating my house.
If the contract requires you to move your mobile home before the end of February 2020 why are you here today, some 62 days early? Rather than get upset about "your family members" receiving messages from the landlord that appear onerous to them, why not view these messages as being POSITIVE...Read more »
Let me just put it out like this I’m using fake names, just a example. Alex got a loan out for Ryan under Alexs name. Well they break up Ryan stops paying the loan which is in Alexs name. Now Alex is mad because the loan was for Ryan and he should be paying it even though it’s in Alexs name.... Read more »
With regard to Criminal Law, you being there is not Criminal Trespass, regardless of your status on the lease, as long as you have lived there long enough to be considered a "resident." Is your toothbrush there? Is your mail delivered to that address?
If the client (plaintiff) is found guilty of discrimination can the lawyer be included in counter suit if the lawyer knew of the defendant's disability prior to filing the lawsuit against the person with the disability
This is something a Texas attorney would need to advise you on, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a general matter, a lawyer can be held responsible for filing a fraudulent lawsuit. Lawyers are expected to use judgment in assessing the validity of lawsuits brought before them by...Read more »
If your mother named your brother and the court appointed him, only the court can remove him. You can petition the court to remove him if he has not produced an accounting within 60 days following your demand after 15 months or if he has not distributed the estate after two years or if you have...Read more »
I drove just over 2hrs to court this morning only to have the opposing attorney tell me she has to drop the case due to another bigger case. Do I have any recourse in this situation? She said that eventhough it was dropped I would have to return to court around mid December time frame. Is this... Read more »
IN FEB. OF 2016 MY MOTHER ASKED ME TO COME STAY WITH HER TO HELP CARE FOR MY STEPDAD WHO WAS ON HOSPICE AND HAD ONLY A FEW WEEKS LEFT TO LIVE .MY 4 BROTHERS ALSO AGREED..SHORTLY AFTER MY STEPDAD DIED MY MOTHER WAS ALSO DIAGNOSED WITH CANCER SO SHE ASKED ME TO MOVE IN INDEFINETLY. SO I PACKED UP... Read more »
One can't just make themselves Executor of an estate without actually going to Court and asking the Court's permission to do so. If there has been no petition to the Court then that is where everything starts.
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