You are going to need to consult with an attorney that practices Entertainment law to review the contract and suggest changes or warn you about any issues. You should expect an attorney to charge for his or her time. There are many good attorneys out there and you can look for one on Justia or...Read more »
I was not informed a GST with me as the only beneficiary, existed until my cousin recently lost her mother (my aunt), and she sent me the paperwork from the GST now that her and her brother are dissolving theirs(other half of the original trust).
A beneficiary of a trust has the right to obtain a copy of the trust and receive an accounting of the assets, to include investment performance of the assets and transactions in and out of the trust. Your starting point should be a written demand on the trustee for both of these things. Upon...Read more »
Daughters mother took a loan out to pay daughter college. Never asked or consulted me. There’s nothing in our paperwork saying I’m responsible to pay her college. Now her mother wants me to pay the loan.
Like almost any good legal question, the answer is "it depends." Generally, an individual person can be given the ability to hire and fire employees without calling for a board vote. But a more specific answer is that you should look at your association's bylaws. Under Maryland law,...Read more »
I'm 23 years old, and my parents have power of attorney over me - I agreed to it at the time, they presented it in a way that seemed reasonable and I didn't realize THAT'S CRAZY. They have both the medical kind (HIPAA permission?) and durable PoA for non-medical stuff.
You can revoke at any time in writing. Ideally, you simply create a new POA that revokes all prior POAs. You should send written notice to whomever is named agent under your POA being revoked. That way, if they attempt to act, they are doing so knowing their authority or revoked, which makes them...Read more »
My ex-wife and I created an agreement before divorce and it included the proceeds from the sale of a property. If this property is sold, the proceeds would be split 50/50. we both signed and dated this agreement at the time. it was also added to the divorce decree as well. would this be considered... Read more »
It certainly sounds so, and if it was incorporated (but not merged) into your judgment of absolute divorce then it would be enforceable by contempt proceedings under the judgment as it now has the force of a court order. Obviously, without reviewing the agreement for any other issues, no lawyer...Read more »
I have a contract with a organization. I was handed addendum to the contract which declined to sign. They threatened to They threatened to suspend contract. Three is 25 hour week retainer fee. The contract can be cancelled by either party by giving 60 day notice in writing which I have not... Read more »
You need to take your contract to a lawyer to review what it actually says, and evaluate whether it has been breached or not, and what your remedies are in the event it is breached. Your post does not really say anything other than they are trying to change the terms of the agreement you both...Read more »
I believe the lawyer has broken Md. Code, Estates and Trusts § 4-202 by willfully hiding the will and not exercising it in a timely manner. I am not referring to closing the estate: the will has not been released yet and it has been over half a year.
The person appointed as personal representative or executor under the Will needs to make written demand to the lawyer to either file the Will with the Register of Wills or turn it over to the Personal Representative do they can file it. Give a reasonable deadline, after which the Personal...Read more »
In Maryland trade name registrations are valid for 5 years. Trade names register the core name of the business, without the "Inc., LLC, etc." designation. Renewed businesses are covered under their new designation if they retain the core name on their trade name registration....Read more »
my homeowner's association (hoa) president and the board of directors (bod) act as if ALL issues - specifically, talking with journalists for a possible light-hearted article that's essentially, an expanded real-estate/house-for-sale feature focusing on our community's positive... Read more »
Generally speaking, the Landlord is supposed to give advanced notice if he/she wants to come on the property to inspect, etc., but very few counties have actual rules on the books on how advanced that notice has to be.
However, the Landlord is certainly allowed to come onto the property...Read more »
The light got separated from the pole, fell and caused injury. Expert concluded that the security pin that hold the light to the pole was not installed. Company came and replaced the light and installed the pin in other thirteen pieces of the same type of equipment. There was a personal injury... Read more »
(1) and (2): The Consumer Product Safety Commission issues recalls for unsafe consumer products, and the manufacturer remains liable to injured persons (emphasis on "injured") on account of their dangerous products, but there is n general right to sue companies solely on the basis that...Read more »
because i had court for myself one day for personal matters and then the following week I had to go to court because I was summoned as a Witness and the court document said I could be arrested if I did not show . I had no choice and showed my employer all paperwork beforehand and he was okay with... Read more »
The law caps the charges that may be imposed by a Condo or Homeowners Association for a resale certificate at $250. Any increase in this amount will be tied to the Consumer Price Index and may not occur more frequently than every two years. A unit inspection fee of $100 and a rush fee of $50 to...Read more »
Came up with a plan - started paying the bankruptcy each month. Paid into it March through November of 2020. My attorney filed something incorrectly - case was dismissed for a month. Started getting calls from creditors. He corrected it - I'm back in the bankruptcy. Bankruptcy approved in Dec... Read more »
You can get a second opinion from another experienced bankruptcy lawyer, who will need to review your case and the filings in it. If there is something new that can be done, other than what is being done, then they will tell you. If there was malpractice, then they can identify it for you and...Read more »
My lease renewal did not have any option to include or disinclude parking, which was included on my original lease. I received an email that my parking is being revoked and I now have to park 10 minutes away from apartment complex. I never received any notice of any changes to my lease prior to or... Read more »
It might be a good idea to review the lease and the local L&T law in the context of the statutes, but you are probably within your rights to give notice that you will not be renewing and, if you are month-to-month or under the notice period provided by the lease or local law, stay under the old...Read more »
Not enough facts to evaluate. Need to see the contract, and then go over facts and course of conduct of the parties after the contract was signed, and the knowledge of--and receipt of the benefit by the client of-- the work performed by the freelancer. If the client received above and beyond what...Read more »
If the contract does not prohibit it, they can use subcontractors. Why do you need a lien release? Have they filed a lien? It is unlikely that a window replacement contract would be a large enough percentage of your property value to qualify for a mechanics lien. Why have they sued you? Not enough...Read more »
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