Unemployment runs out before I can collect social. I have no 401k or savings, I can't pay the minimums and don't know even know which debt companies are reputable? Does using a debt company prevent me from applying another recourse later?
answered on Dec 19, 2022
I've had several clients tell me that they've tried "debt relief" companies, but none were happy with the results (if any).
The going rate for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing, for attorneys fees plus court costs, is about $2,000, for a simple, straightforward case.... Read more »
East coast car ports are located in mt airy, NC. our property is in Harrison maine. Defective roof support and they came last year to replace supports and used same exact supports to replace twisted broken supports. We do not know what to do and need advise and direction
answered on Feb 7, 2022
Hello, I received your voicemail. It looks like I obtained my earlier information from the incorrect website. I suggest you try to contact them at either of these numbers: 336-415-5855 OR 336-755-3409 or by using this email address: email@example.com
This appears to be the... Read more »
answered on Nov 26, 2021
Your question does not contain sufficient facts to provide a complete answer. That said, it sounds like the seller may have breached his or her contract with you and you would be entitled, at least, to a refund of what you paid to the seller. In a conventional breach of contract situation, the most... Read more »
answered on Jul 9, 2021
Without knowing "the products in question," I cannot help you. Please specify what they are.
Aaron’s closed its rockland maine shop and I asked them to get there stuff Because I was selling the house and they said they didn’t want to cause they are closing to and to ask another Aaron’s company to collect it so we did and basically got the run around anyways I have received many calls... Read more »
answered on Dec 25, 2019
If you have a landlord/tenant situation, you want to review this: https://www.mainelegislature.org/legis/statutes/14/title14sec6013.html
If not, I suggest you review this: https://www.maine.gov/treasurer/Maine%20UP%20Reporting%20Manual.pdf
If this was a rental-purchase situation,... Read more »
When we started the process we agreed to buy the display model because we were promised a fast turnaround before school starts. Now they are saying it won't be until next week after 2 months of struggling to even get a date scheduled. They had originally said the week of August 19th but... Read more »
answered on Sep 10, 2019
Assuming you have a written contract with the seller of the modular home, typically the terms of that contract would govern your available rights and remedies under the circumstances.
The seller's real estate agent is insisting we sign a form declining coverage from American Home Shield, saying we can't close until we sign the document. It seems odd, if this is required, then wouldn't the lender request it? She's been a liar through this entire process so we don't trust her.
answered on Sep 5, 2019
That doesn't sound right to me. I would contact your lender and ask them if they are requiring you to sign that form as a condition of closing. If they are not, then I would ask the seller's real estate agent on what basis she is insisting you sign that form.
A customer in Florida sent a Cashiers check to me (I am in Maine). He sent a check for more than he meant to pay, my question is am I legally obligated to pay him back the extra money?
answered on Apr 14, 2019
I think the short answer is yes. It sounds to me like you and your customer reached an agreement on how much he was to pay you, thereby establishing a contract. For some reason, he overpaid you. Unless he intended the overpayment as a gift, it seems to me he is entitled to have you return the... Read more »
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