I am a dialysis patient from out of state. I need to renew my driver's license and at the dmv they asked if I ever fainted and I was honest and said yes due to low blood pressure but it was serval months ago. Now they gave me paperwork to give to my doctor to fill out to make sure I'm able to... Read more »
An attorney is not qualified to make a determination here as to a safety violation. You're asking about a medical opinion on the actions of an examining physician; only another physician who could review the file documents might possibly be able to make a conclusion as to actions/inactions...Read more »
1. In residential rental situations where there are two or more residents on the same lease, the standard industry practice is to require every resident to undergo the same application process as everyone else does.
2. Most if not all licensed rental property managers require a nominal...Read more »
Purchased a house in October 2018 and mortgaged through Suntrust. In December 2018, they increased our tax escrow from $350 to over $700 a month. I challenged having to pay taxes of the prior owner for 2018 multiple times. In March 2019, I became disabled and lost my job. Tried to work with... Read more »
Unless you actually lost your home to a foreclosure caused by negligence of the lender you are barking up the wrong tree. You cannot sue anyone unless you can prove some actual injury that caused some cognizable damages. "Almost lost our home" is NOT a legal injury; why? Because you still have the...Read more »
Unless the husband and wife are on the same side of the issues and arguments with DCF it is improper for any lawyer to try to represent both spouses. There would be an obvious conflict of interest in doing so.
I’m going there a custody battle with my child father. We going to court in the next 2 weeks. I wanted to know can I ask for supervised visits. If I had to call the police to get my child put of his house, and he refuses. I only called once, but there’s another situation when I didn’t called... Read more »
This free legal advice forum is not the place where you should spend any more time looking for solutions to your serious problem. I suggest you spend the time preparing to present a winning argument as to how your visitation rights can be enforced-- without participating in the never-ending...Read more »
If you are trying to ask what you can do to help your 15 year old son defend himself against an experienced state attorney getting ready to prosecute him the answer is easy: Hire a criminal defense lawyer--and an expert witness to try to help your son avoid being tried as an adult.
Unless you have a written agreement that allows you to go two weeks without paying any weekly rent to your landlord, and also allows you to pay only one week of the late rent using money orders I am afraid that the landlord will win this dispute.
There has been a group of guys on social media who think it's fun and games to harass me constantly. I've tried blocking them on every platform before they find me, but they still do. I have proof of them making horrid memes of me, making a false account with explicit photos from a private account... Read more »
As a nearly retired Detective, I'm looking for possible contract opportunities. I spent the evening conducting online searches but I don't believe I'm using the proper terminology for my search. I've searched using keywords; consultant and advisor. Any point in the right direction would be helpful,... Read more »
Neither the life tenant nor the remainderman has a duty to insure the house. If, however, the house is damaged due to the negligence of the life tenant, he or she would be liable to the remainderman for the damage.
You do not say if they are married. Regardless of any action your son takes he should go to court to assert his rights, either through divorce or paternity. Speak to a local attorney who specializes in family law.
We had permanent trash can on our porch (door step) they have now changed companies and say the trash cans have to be taken in to our appartment. I need to know if it's legal for them to fine for not taking g the trash can into my home or placed on the patio
This is not a legal question. Unless your written lease allows you to keep your trash can on the front porch--where all the other residents and anyone coming by have to see it--you are probably going to lose this stupid altercation.
First of all, why is this intellectual property question? Secondly, your question is not clear. It seems that the language is part of the deed, which has nothing to do with HOA board. ... More information is needed to clarify the situation you are in.
Specifically, How long does creditor have to sell vehicle and time-frame of sale results to debtor, as well as notifying credit bureaus of debt balance changes? If dealer keeps and resells the car on credit for more than what was owed what happens? Thank you
Without the benefit of seeing all the underlying sale documents and financing documents, or discussing all the relevant facts with you, I can only tell you-- generally--that once an automobile has lawfully been repossessed by the creditor the debtor's "rights" in the car have been extinguished and...Read more »
If you and the lawyer on the other side have agreed on a payment plan to resolve the debt the lawyer should file a notice to the Court informing the Court that the case has been resolved and no trial is necessary. CAVEAT: Do NOT rely upon the information I just gave you--because sometimes the...Read more »
If a plastic surgeon didn’t stick to the service agreement and you wake up with something other that what was agreed on, can you get you money back from the credit issuer under consumer protection laws?
I was fired from my job for "underperformance to achieve pre-established sales goals". However, my managers only gave me an inclination of what my sales goals would be during the interview process for the role. I was not given any official documentation with my sales goals once I started the role.... Read more »
No. Why? Because Florida is an “at will” state, which means employers are free to hire, transfer, promote, demote, suspend, reinstate, fire and rehire employees for any reason at any time, i.e., “at will.” The only thing employers cannot do is make any of these adverse employment decisions...Read more »
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