Donald C Eby's answer You may have a legitimate Breach of Contract claim against your contractor and you have a damages claim against him. You should contact an attorney to schedule a consultation so that the facts can be closely reviewed and you can get a clear picture of your rights, options, and possible results.
Donald C Eby's answer This is called Fraud. You likely have a claim against the seller and may have a claim against her and even your broker. You should contact an attorney to help you bring this case. If you used a Broker and the Colo Real Estate Commission forms then in addition to your damages you may be able to recover attorney fees.
Stephen J. Plog's answer If they have validly suspended your license, your only real option is to get the arrears balance paid. You could potentially seek to modify the ongoing child support. If you are unable to work, which it seems you are, due to their actions, it's unfair for them to push for the continued child support amount. You will likely need an attorney to represent you when wading through these issues.
Stephen J. Plog's answer You could call the police and see if they will either ask him to stop or potentially press harassment charges. You could also look into filing for a restraining order to get him to stop contacting you. More information is needed to assess the viability of a restraining order being made permanent and you might want to speak with an attorney. I'm not sure you can stop him from sharing information with your ex-husband but he shouldn't be able to threaten you.
Tristan Kenyon Schultz's answer This is not normal. A process server will not come by for 8 months. A debt collector might, but the duration and lack of a follow-up in the mail (via a demand letter) makes me think that this is not a debt collector either.
You may want to consider installing cameras to record this person. If you have more information about the person you can pursue police action and/or restraining orders.
Kristina M. Bergsten's answer You will need to file a breach of contract actions. I would recommend speaking to an attorney about this. You will not be able to report it stolen because you and this other person had a contract, thereby making it a civil rather than a criminal matter.
Tristan Kenyon Schultz's answer Based on the information provided, this likely will not be resolved until litigation occurs. If you are owed money, you will need to sue in small claims; if the landlord is owed money the landlord will need to sue you in small claims court. You can also try negotiating out of court.
You may want to consider hiring a lawyer to assist.
Tristan Kenyon Schultz's answer Ultimately the judge decides whether or not the publication requirement is required. If you have health/safety concerns, there is a realistic possibility that a judge may waive the publication requirement, but there are no guarantees. If the evidence of molestation is documented and proven (say a conviction) versus allegations (even if they are 100% true), the chances of a waiver increase. Unfortunately, you will not know until you file and have a hearing...
Peter Munsing's answer If he signed a release I don't see that his company can win a case. They can bring one --but not win one.
You should notify your company if you had insurance--they will pay for you to have a lawyer. You don't want to trust to winning on your own. If you didn't have car insurance its a good idea to get a consultation even if you have to pay from an attorney that handles civil case defense. Good luck! Make copies of the release--you don't want to give away the original!
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