answered on Dec 25, 2021
I strongly suggest you speak to an experienced lawyer licensed in your jurisdiction about this legal issue. Best of luck to you.
Conservator fabricated paperwork and made it seem like I didn't exist and had a invalid will made for her own financial gain. He had $189,000.00 at time of death, all Bill's were paid and the state is in possession of $92,000.00 left. I've wrote letters to the courts but can't... Read more »
answered on Feb 25, 2020
If you have no money to pay an attorney up front, you might want to see if you can find an attorney that believes the case will be successful and may take your case on a contingency basis. If an attorney does not think any money will be recovered, they may not take the case, or may require up front... Read more »
This is about the case of Fotis Dulos who is under arrest for the murder of his estranged wife Jennifer Dulos, and also under strict house arrest, and who attempted suicide yesterday and is now in critical condition in a NY hospital. He had just found out his $6 million bail would probably be... Read more »
answered on Jan 29, 2020
Assuming is bond is revoked he would be held under guard at a hospital until well enough to transfer to a Correctional Center
There he could continue to receive medical treatment
A twist is that since he was taken to NY for treatment he would have to waive extradition back to CT... Read more »
Hello...In 2008 I found out my wife was cheating on me. We stayed together for the sake of our newborn baby girl. Fast forward to about a month ago. I found out that she and the guy she was with remortgaged our home for $160,000. She gave him all my info and he posed as me when they went for the... Read more »
answered on Jul 22, 2019
If the fraudulent mortgage was created sometime after July 2009 then the statute may not have run yet. Find out fast.
Another way to get around the statute is to alleged exactly what you said here: That you did not know about the fraud until recently; in most states fraud statutes do not... Read more »
I couldn't afford an attorney, I filed a civil case pro se. The police report was the "smoking gun" and had the facts. The judge would not allow it as evidence because it was not "certified". I contacted that police department, they are unaware of what a "certified... Read more »
answered on Apr 3, 2019
Welcome to the world of civil litigation, where having a skilled trial lawyer often makes the difference between losing and winning. Teaching point: Regardless of what the official document is, "the smoking gun" notwithstanding, most courts will not allow introduction of any document... Read more »
answered on Nov 30, 2018
That depends on a variety of factors. How much your counsel advanced in costs to prosecute your case; whether a lawsuit was filed in court which would most likely increase the attorneys fees clause provision in the contract; how much, if any the medical lien was...there may be more factors. Ask... Read more »
Mother also is has in new will that everything she ever gave me in my house ( she co signed for, but never lived in) she is willing to them.
answered on Oct 24, 2017
Not a whole lot. Assuring you mother has capacity she is her own person to will her assets to whoever she chooses.
Disclaimer: The foregoing answer does not constitute legal advice, is provided for informational and educational purposes only for persons interested in the subject matter.... Read more »
He was widower with no children, no surviving siblings - but his will clearly denoted which nieces/nephews benefit (he left nothing to two of us - as was his right). But it is raising old family trauma to be sent probate notices and the will details. I've been suicidal as result (I have PTSD).... Read more »
answered on Oct 5, 2017
In Connecticut certain family members are required notice parties. That means by law they are required to let you know about the documents filed in probate court. If you write a letter to the probate court and your families attorney explaining that you do not want to receive any further notices... Read more »
or insurance & plates are registered to a different vehicle/mystery person. The 17 yr old fled the scene but was quickly found and both were arrested. No one was hurt but between depreciation book value and still owing on a car loan, the financial loss is absolutely devastating to me. I have no... Read more »
answered on Aug 14, 2017
If you gave permission to them, that will be a tough sell to your insurance company. If taken without permission, you are in better shape.
Your best bet may be to contact the prosecutor, explain the issues, and request (politely) that any resolution of the criminal charges INCLUDE... Read more »
answered on Jul 1, 2017
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answered on Feb 10, 2017
You can start on Googe - plus in any case name. You can look on the CT Judicial Branch website and look up cases there as well. Here is the link: http://www.jud.state.ct.us/
A few years ago (may be to late) a CT State trooper in uniform off of his shift arrived at my home and tried to steal a dog from me that his friend wanted. This friend and he made up a story about animal abuse which was unfounded. In the end he stole my horse who I had owned for almost 20 years. He... Read more »
answered on Oct 8, 2016
Before addressing the merits you first need to tell us the date of the incident(s) so that we could determine whether the statute of limitations is an issue.
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Re Peter Munsing's reply: Approx. $1k of individual parts are warrantied as long as I own the vehicle, almost unconditionally, independent of any time or mileage, and as many times as they break or wear out. If compensation should... Read more »
answered on Aug 23, 2016
If you bought an extended warranty, yes. As far as parts, you can try if you can show it was very recently purchased. However most parts are not recoverable as that is considered "routine maintenance." As to the "lost opportunity" of the used parts you can't use now, I... Read more »
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