Grandparents put farm in irrevocable trust with aunt as trustee with mom to inherit after her passing. Grandpa died and aunt took grandma to change trust cutting mom out 18 months later. Didn't tell anyone and my parents have spent the last 3 years putting their time and money into the... View More
Of course, one would have to read the contract, but in general, if the roofer did the work the roofer is entitled to be paid for that work. Did the owners make a claim on their homeowner's insurance policy?
With being kicked out. This isn’t a house we lease or pay rent on and he doesn’t own this house but his mother does. He has been my sole provider for the entire relationship and I’ve been homemaker but we aren’t married . My question is can he legally kick us out of the house? Side note his... View More
Did you tell the attorney something in confidence, believing the attorney was representing you? Or did the attorney give you legal advice? Only in one of those cases would it be a conflict of interest.
I’ve searched for the answer online but only found the phrase “it’s not required”. Though it’s somewhat of a grey area. They’re not considered real guns but also not considered toys either. I want to add the orange tip because of my own safety, I don’t want it to be mistaken as a real... View More
It's me against a hospital fir letting my records be obtained by an employee with I'll intent. They didn't protect my confidentiality. They promised to do so when I warned them of their employees threats.
When my wife left, she was a zombie. It took all of her personality from her. Took about a week to recover. Since then, she got help and went to therapy. She’s been doing great. Until this week. A month ago, our pharmacy said we were not allowed to fill her medicine for 90 days. I argued and they... View More
I work and live at a hotel. My vehicle has been broke down for about 2 weeks. It's sitting in the same parking spot we normally would park in. The owner has asked me to move the vehicle to the back of the hotel so it would not be seen by other guests. I haven't moved it because I... View More
If you are trying to ask a question about, when you move in together and things don't work out, whether you can sue for breach of contract; the answer is no. Had you been married, on the other hand, you would very well have a number of options.
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