This is not a legal question. This is a (very sad) personal dilemma created by you and your grown son. Unless the oral contract between you and your son is in writing it is no enforceable--by you or your son. Thus I am unaware of any legal remedy you could use lawfully to evict your son. At best...Read more »
Money due to my mom. Can I give up my rights to this money or my mom has to give up her rights? My father doesn't have any money. The letter threatens the loss of his license, passport or jail time. I now live in Florida and my father lives in AZ.
The sate collection effort does not involve you; why? Because Florida is collecting old support due to your mother, not to you. However, it may be possible for your mother to intercede and tell the Florida Department of Revenue that she no longer wants Florida to prosecute your father; and tell...Read more »
A judgment was filed against me in 2014. I was unemployed and could not pay the credit card. I am now living only on Social Security. The original card owner was my husband but I used the card. The court documents show his social security number as mine. When I tried to call the collection agency... Read more »
You DO need to file an exemption, despite a wrong SSN being listed. You are not required to have an attorney, but it's best that you have one, and you may be able to get a pro bono attorney by contacting your local agency that provides free legal services for the poor. You appear to be in Ocala,...Read more »
She was given an agreement next day to sign that gave all the details about rent amount, when, where and how to pay, etc. She never signed the agreement. I asked her to provide police report, she has not produced yet. I made search on internet to find that she has a criminal record of illegal... Read more »
Your best bet is to hire an attorney to give the notice that's legally required before you can file an eviction case, then to file the case on your behalf. No case can be filed unless the notice, in totally proper form, is given to the tenant. If you can't afford full services of an attorney, you...Read more »
I discontinued work with this particular client because I discovered he was committing what I was quiet certain was investor fraud and did not want this to affect my or my companies reputation. I later discovered that he left the state of Connecticut because he had been summoned and fined for the... Read more »
Unless you sue the deadbeat client and receive a Judgment, collecting all the money they owe you is nearly impossible--especially without competent counsel to help you. Look for a good lawyer using the Find a Lawyer tab at the top of every page.
No one on earth could possibly know or tell you whether you "will get your money back" from YOUR girlfriend. If you still care about her, tell your "mutual friends" that you will accept some reasonable monthly repayment schedule; and then if she agrees, get it reduced to writing.
One option here could be to arrange a brief consult with a Florida attorney first before doing anything involving reissuing bills under a different set of computations. It's all up to you, but a good Florida attorney could look at your overall situation in terms of the underlying...Read more »
They will get a default judgment most likely and they win, then they will start the process of trying to find out about your assets and work towards trying to garnish your accounts and employment pay. It is advised that you attend the mediation, do not let them bully you, do not sign anything you...Read more »
We were at an apartment complex from 08/2016-08/2017. Before and after the lease we completed the inspection form and noted the status of the carpet (hard, in need of cleaning, stains). After we moved out we gave them our new address and went on with our lives just thinking we'd never see our... Read more »
The amount of money involved is worth hiring a lawyer to review your old lease and the documents being provided by the collection company, and any other written documentation favorable to your case (like a copy of the "notifications" of the terrible condition of the carpet when you moved in). Some...Read more »
I cancelled the job when my mom got sick and they agreed to it and was supposed to refund her money. That took 3 months of text messages that I have copies of. She never got her money. They talked her into doing the job when i was not consulted. They charged her extra for a shower door and did not... Read more »
Very sorry for your loss and please accept my condolences.
As you have stated, there are no assets and you have not co-signed on any debts. There is no responsibility or requirement to open a probate ever. You can comfortably and entirely ignore all creditors, they are out of luck and have...Read more »
The garnishee would be the "occupant/tenant" of the rental address (not a person's name), for the partial rent, and would be the only tenant occupying the single rental, and the agreement would keep the tenant's rights, and responsibilities to landlord, intact. It's all the same to the tenant.
The parties do not need a judge to "document it." That is not what judges do. Both of you should hire a lawyer and have them draft whatever needs to be drafted. As you say, the tenant should not care; all he does is write rent checks to whoever is supposed to get the money. The landlord MUST agree;...Read more »
You are approaching the end of the statute of limitations for breach of contract (four years). Unfortunately, you're probably beyond the time period for filing a lien on the property to secure payment for your services. Nevertheless, I strongly recommend you either file a suit yourself in small...Read more »
Please help. I am treated daily at a methadone clinic. I receive medicaid from state of Florida which pays 100% of bill. For about a year i had an hmo Molina heathcare. Recently molina is no longer with medicaid. I asked my counselor at clinic. What hmo to switch to she said staywell, Humana and... Read more »
No experienced lawyer I have ever known was ever surprised by the things insurance companies do to avoid paying benefits. If Medicaid will pay for your methadone you should use it; if not, you should stay on top of your situation because whatever any insurance company says today is subject to...Read more »
No. If, at the pretrial conference you discuss settlement possibilities with the plaintiff's attorney (with or without a mediator), such discussions cannot be considered an admission of liability on your part, should settlement be unsuccessful and the case is set for trial.
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