Go to Court to mitigate the damages or even get it dismissed for lack of proving the Case. A Judgment can be executed upon in many different ways. Personal Property is usually levied on first. Real Property Executions on a General Sessions Warrant require some special steps for the creditor....Read more »
We have several walls down due to mold and the floor and ceiling in some areas along with our roof in need of mending to prevent it from coming back this is costing us a lot of money and has been very unsafe for my family we would like to take action against them but are unsure of what kind of... Read more »
You can probably find a general practice attorney who will take the case. Of importance to your case will be the representations made by the seller and whether you received a warranty or bought it "as is." One of their defenses will be whether you had a property inspection or not.
If no surviving spouse, then the daughter issue takes everything that was your brother's. The real property may descend one -half to her if the mother and brother were tenants in common. But it would be very different if it was a LE/REM deed or to the survivor. You will need a lawyer to...Read more »
When she attempted to enter the room she was told Covid-19 policies prevented her from accompanying my daughter, this was after my wife had paid the fee. My wife was told that there would be only females in the exam room. My obvious question would be, is this legal? Of note, my daughter suffers... Read more »
This is a different world we live in for now. Medical Providers are trying to find a way to provide a relatively covid safe treating environment. I wish this had been explained better before you got there- so that maybe some of the anxiety issues could have been dealt with. My guess is your...Read more »
Charges are said to b Agg. Assault, vandalism times 2, violation of order of protection, Arrest 2 prior times, no bond, jail does not have paperwork/warrants, circuit court only meets once a month, arrested this time on july 18th
I called 911 to help my husband who was having a seizure. The police made me sign papers while he was dying without telling me what they were and while I was frantic and not in my right mind to sign anything due to me trying to get to the hospital to be with my husband. I feel like They are now... Read more »
I have a contract to buy/live in a camper. The other party is extorting me for more than agreement, and wont let me back In my home. I've already paid 2600 of the 3300 we originally agreed upon and now she wants an additional $1000 out of no where. I have been told if I am seen near the camper... Read more »
I would retain a local attorney soon to file suit against the former owner of the camper. You can also call the police and make a charge of harassment or theft; however, I would let your attorney know before you do that.
I was financing an individual one of my vehicles, the individual quit paying only vehicle and from what I have been told has traded the car off for something else and by doing that he forged a bill of sale and then lied to the person he traded to and said he was waiting on the title . I Have not... Read more »
I went into a local Walmart, open carrying, and an employee stopped me from entering the store unless I concealed my firearm and showed me a sign with only words on it but had no Tennessee state authorization code is this legal? Are they allowed to do that when tn is an open carry state?
Yes. It is my understanding that the open carry law refers to open carry in public places, such as when walking on public streets/sidewalks. Private businesses are allowed to restrict public display of firearms. For example, banks and courthouses do not allow open carrying weapons so you should not...Read more »
He may be being neglected and or abused and seems to be being help captive by his wife. Who herself has never shown the mental or physical capacity to care for another individual let alone one who is not ambulatory or verbal.
I'm sorry for your difficult situation. Your post remains open for a month and you may be better off simply reaching out to Tennessee attorneys here (Find-a-Lawyer) or searching independently on your own. This isn't really a lawyer referral service - it's only a Q & A Board. Good luck
Yes Walmart tried 2say my hubs stole a tote from there store yes a plastic tote which he didnt nd have receipt 2 prove it. Wasnt arrested the day we purchased it. We went back to get computer software which we bought nd as my husband was leaving was stopped by loss prevention nd cops I was in car... Read more »
If you are an undocumented teenager, not by choice, and you can't get a license to drive, how can you park at your high school? Should high schools in Tennessee be asking for driver's licenses? is there a legal way to fight this? This person just wants to be a normal teenager that drives... Read more »
The root issue underlying your questions really is, "Should an unlicensed teenage driver be given a parking permit at their high school?" Under the law, the clear answer is no. An unlicensed driver should not be driving a car for any possible reason.
I do have a past record.dui in2011 over alcohol. DUI second offence was in 2012. Driving on suspended....... I wasn't ordered to have the interlock untill the second one. I paid all my probation, fines, and my reinstatement fee. But i just got a job right before i was pulled over. So... Read more »
Yes it is possible to get things worked out. If you can afford an attorney then it is smart to hire one to help walk you through the process and make sure everything is completed to obtain your license. An attorney can help you obtain a waiver of the interlock device fees as well as negotiate...Read more »
I'm married and polyamorous, my boyfriend was forced to sign over his legal rights to his family because he's disabled. His family recently decided to control everything he does, including a rule that he has to update them on where he goes. He's 25 and fully functioning. He wants to... Read more »
Normally, a power of attorney can simply be ended by the rejection of the POA. However, it this is court ordered as you question suggests, he will need to retain counsel, file a petition and have a hearing to prove the POA is no longer needed.
With no proof made me pay for the paoers givinf temp custody away or black mail me to split my kids up in different countys if i didnt. Disnt give me chance in court or court date perios but had judge sivn papers for temp custody as ipen case when it was ckosed told my 17 yr old daughyer biut my... Read more »
I've very sorry about your situation. You need to contact a local family law attorney in your area. Try to find one that offers a free consultation and they should get back to you with a better response.
Yes. My understanding is -So long as one of the parties to the call "gives consent" then it is permissible. Since the other person "consented" it was permissible. A third person cannot record the call without the knowledge of the participants to the call.
there was an original charge of simple assault, to which the defendant wanted to plead not guilty. case was sent to circuit court and a court date was issued. no notice of the date was received by the defendant and ultimately he was arrested for failure to appear. after 75 days incarcerated he... Read more »
Unfortunately, you cannot fight for credits if the judge has decided he doesn't want him to have them. He needs to hire an attorney to find out why the judge stripped them . Additionally, the attorney could file a petition for a suspended sentence to bring all the favorable facts you discussed...Read more »
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