Our Original divorce decree was settled in MO in 2019, Children’s Father and I have both moved out of MO, Children and I reside in CO while he moved to FL. He took me back to court in MO in 2021 and received an order that he may pay $596 for both children down from $700 the previous years. My... Read more »
Interstate jurisdictional issues can be tricky. Jurisdiction is most likely where he is now since you both moved out of MO. You can always file for child support where he is. However, Colorado jurisdiction it may depend on whether he has any contacts with Colorado and what those are.
Have you tried talking to the police? Unfortunately, there is not allot that can be done for an annoying neighbor. At a certain point, it could be a nuisance but is it worth the time and money? It's a hard one.
Please be aware that any answer is based on all the events occurring in...Read more »
I had a sizable condo fire, and it was determined that it was the HOAs insurance policy that should make the repairs (not due to fault but bylaws- both parties agree). Suddenly, my HOA changed ownership a few weeks after the fire to a new company. Now the old HOA is saying that it is no longer... Read more »
I requested waiver from mediation due to psychological abuse. The Court denied the motion.
CRS 13-22-311 (1): "Any court of record may... refer any case for mediation services or dispute resolution programs... except that the court shall not refer the case to mediation services or... Read more »
Courts have a lot of discretion and with psychological abuse likely you did not hav a protection order and the Court found the other parties testimony on the point more credible. It does not appear that you have a slam dunk case. You can not introduce new evidence and you have to allege an error of...Read more »
Now I have no way of titling it. It has been sitting on my property for 2 yrs until I finally got it completely fixed. I need help and answer please help to guide me in the right direction. Am I going to be able to obtain one? If so what's the process? Thank you
I would think that would depend on your contract and if they can link the damage to your use of the car. If the rat was already living in the car when you took it, is it really your problem? Depending on the amount, it may be worth talking to an attorney.
the tenant owes? “We have been trying to collect from Sierra since May due to her paying late on her rent. She has been accruing late fees and has been posted several times. We sent emails concerning past due account: 4/16, 5/5, 5/13, 5/17, 5/19, 5/21, 6/3, 7/8, 7/12, 7/21, 7/28. We have posted... Read more »
Landlord withheld my entire security deposit of $1750 and charged $2065 on top of that for “estimated” repairs. They will not provide receipts, I have requested them several times. They took me to court because I did not pay until I received receipts. Now I will be responsible for interest and... Read more »
You need to talk to an attorney. The landlord as Plaintiff, just like in most civil cases, has the burden of proof which includes proving their damages. Damages do not need to be exact, but they cannot be guesses either.
Depending on where you are in the process, you may even wish to...Read more »
While this is not my area of expertise, I would check into the state's lemon laws. If you purchased the vehicle from a dealer you might be able to return it or have them fix some of the issues. I recommend checking the colorado bar's website under the licensed lawyer tool to look for...Read more »
Well, that depends on your personal preferences. I personally like my broker only acting in my best interest but acknowledge there are times where it is appropriate for the broker to help both sides. A transactional broker acts more as a neutral 3rd party helping both sides in a transaction....Read more »
There are many dogs on that list now living in my complex. The office says the owners of those dog’s presented documents claiming the dogs are “emotional support “ animals and they are required to accept them. How is this not a breech of my lease which prohibits such dogs? Thank you
In many circumstances federal and state law trumps contract law. Contract law must live in the legal framework setup by both the state and federal governments. A personal contract typically cannot supersede a state or federal law unless the law allows itself to be superseded.
these types of questions are often handled in probate. If your name was not on the deed as Joint Tenants, you will need something in the public record to show that you own the property. If I recall, the executor of the estate typically has some authority over the matter but this...Read more »
Your revocable trust does not need to be recorded or registered anywhere. There used to be a statute, that has since been revoked, that required irrevocable trusts to be recorded. This is no longer a requirement.
Upon a Trustors death, during administration, there may be a need to file the...Read more »
It’s a dependency and neglect case opened a year ago. There have been no transcripts and finally after court last time I checked again and there are a year with of transcripts but all of the information is wrong, it even skips from 9/22 to 9/21 then back to 9/22. So there not even in order.
We moved out 12 days ago. Our old landlord put the house on the market 7 days ago. They had one person look at the property and mention pet urine smells in one of the bedrooms as their reason for not renting. Now they are trying to withhold $1,000 for “lost rents.”
From a general standpoint, most leases permit a landlord to withhold a portion of the security deposit to cover damages to the leased premises exceeding normal wear and tear. This could include the cleanup of pet urine.
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