Terrence H Thorgaard's answer It depends. If the suit is filed in Florida, the lawyer must be admitted to practice law in Florida. If it's filed in your home state, the lawyer would have to be admitted to practice in your home state.
It's not clear which possible suit you are asking about: the breach of contract or the defamation. Of course one could be a counter-claim to the other.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer Assuming the injunction only prohibits you from contacting her or going near her, no, you would not be in violation for talking to others about it. But to be sure, read the injunction.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer Who is trying to enforce the contract? The party who offered the contract (including the "must accept by" language) can probably enforce it. The other party probably could not unless that party did something, after acceptance, to ratify the contract.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer I guess that means that he has applied to be personal representative (also called "executor" in some places), but to be sure you should ask your question in Justia › Ask a Lawyer › Georgia › Probate >.
If this is your probate attorney and you hired them to handle the probate you should listen to them and trust them as they have all the information from you and related to the probate, this is especially so if this is a probate in another state.
While more information is needed by any Florida Probate Attorney if this is a Florida Probate, the information that you are providing does not sound...
Rand Scott Lieber's answer Both parents are entitled to spend time with the children. The court will enter a timesharing schedule that is in the best interests of the children. The court will look at the father's past conduct regarding spending time with the children. If they are established in their current school then they will continue to attend there. The court will not order them to travel 85 miles each way to go to school. If by shared custody you mean 50/50, that does not seem reasonable based on the information...
Jay R. Rooth's answer This means the judge is going to issue a ruling with written order at a later date. Many times the attorneys will follow up with additional Memorandum to support the arguments presented at the hearing. You simply need to wait for the judge to make the ruling.
Timur Akpinar's answer If the manufacturer agrees to replace it, then it would seem there is no longer a loss for insurance to cover. If you choose the insurance company's payment, you have the deductible to consider. Insurance carriers will offset their payments, or choose not to issue payment, if a loss is already covered by another source. If you have reservations about the terms of the release, you could consult with a Florida attorney.
Phillip William Gunthert's answer While the 3% you reference is generally a statutory acceptable sums, see the statute below and read through the statute as this is just a small portion of it here; Florida Statute 733.6171
(3) Compensation for ordinary services of attorneys in formal estate administration is presumed to be reasonable if based on the compensable value of the estate, which is the inventory value of the probate estate assets and the income earned by the estate during the administration as provided in...
Phillip William Gunthert's answer Maybe, probably not. You will need to speak with a Florida Probate Attorney. It will depend on what the deed says and how the property is titled and if it can transfer based upon how the deed is presently held. For example, is it held by a husband and wife (Florida Tenancy By The Entirety), then it can likely pass outside of probate or if the deed is held in some manner that allows transfer upon death. So, a starting point will be getting a copy of the deed or having a probate attorney get and...
Griffin Klema's answer The fact that the customer was paid money by the insurance company doesn't really affect your rights to collect payment for services you rendered. Because the services were made on a property, you may be able to file a lien (a Florida construction lawyer may be able to answer that specific question). Otherwise you could file suit against the customer to enforce the contract. A good trial attorney with experience in business contracts should be able to help. Good luck!
Griffin Klema's answer Your question is difficult to answer without more specifics. I recommend seeking out an initial consultation with a lawyer who can review the letter you received, and evaluate what the issues are with you confidentially. Many lawyers will offer you a few minutes to evaluate your legal matter for free. Good luck!
Jay R. Rooth's answer Yes, but the officer can amend the citation prior to the hearing. However, it sounds like the officer has a bunch of facts mixed up in the citation which will help for the hearing. At the end of the day if the officer testifies under oath that he recalls you driving at excessive speed, you will most likely be found in violation, unless you are able to defend the speeding portion of the case. How did he measure your speed? Has the speed measuring device been properly maintained? Does the...
Jay R. Rooth's answer The first time that you go to court for a violation of probation, the court will make sure that you have an attorney or appoint a public defender. The judge will typically ready the reasons for the violation of probation so that you are aware of the allegations and then set your case for a violation of probation hearing. If you violation is minor or a technical violation, the government may consider making an offer to resolve the case.
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