You need to file a probate petition. Assuming that the property is in Florida, you should contact a Florida attorney who can advise you how to proceed. It may be necessary to pay off the lien, but in any case I would doubt that the lien will show on YOUR credit reports.
There’s a small apartment building next to mine which is rented out on airbnb exclusively for parties. They usually party very late with loud music and can stay up all night. Earplugs don't help. As it’s different people every time, asking them to be quiet has gotten really old. The host is... Read more »
An attorney can definitely help you to solve this terrible problem. There are three issues to examine: (A) whether the AirBnB rental is legal to begin with, which will depend on your city zoning code and other ordinances, (B) whether the noise exceeds permissible noise levels specified in your...Read more »
In Fla., a corporate entity can generally proceed without an attorney in Small Claims Court, where the maximum amount sued for is $5K (plus court costs). Of course, that entails the principal or his/her designee being in Court in person, possibly on multiple occasions.
Bought a car online, they stated in writing that there were no issues with car. So we bought it, took to our mechanic 2 days later and it has $1000+ damage that needs to be fixed. Bad motor, blown head gasket, thermostat, and radiator hose. They refuse to give us our money back.
I have called the county clerk and they dont even have the slightest clue in how for me to start the process. I have searched online for the packet so that I can fill out and submit and nothing is found.
You seem determined to DIY. Personally, I would advise against that, especially in a fairly technical area of law such as replevin. If an attorney does not fit into your budget, you could try Legal Aid, Florida Bar pro bono, your church or elsewhere to find a free or reduced price lawyer.
I already told them that I didn't have any accident on their car. They keep insisting on their claim. I don't want to provide my personal car insurance because my premium will automatically go up, just for opening a claim with them for investigation purposes. I did not have any accident and... Read more »
Demand from them all evidence that they claim proves that the damage was your fault, and then if you, on your own, can't convince them to back down, set an appointment for a law office consultation - or alternatively discuss the claim with your insurance company, which would provide an attorney to...Read more »
the car dealer is suing the towing company because they sold the car. I don't have any car have to return the tag but they said that i have to continue paying the car payments remaining 6000.oo dollars.
Your obligation to pay the loan is complete when the loan is paid off.
If the car is sold at auction because it broke down and the sale is to cover storage or repair costs you did not pay, the amount realized from the sale will pay the bill for the storage or repairs and any excess will...Read more »
I want to know if my son has a case against the other party to get his car back . The vehicle has cracks all over the windshield and its doesn't run he never considered the fee for the title and the tag. That's the mentality for a 16 year old. The other party the young man was 25 and his father... Read more »
After going into the hole I had to get a tow truck to lift my car out so not to do further damage.it ruined my tire and rim and cracked my front bumper .after couple months of emails sent pics and 2 estimates that they asked for I just got a denial letter.it was an uncovered manhole type near the... Read more »
It depends on what portion of negligence the judge or jury it ascribes to you and the gas station, respectively. One would think that it was somewhat negligent of you to not see the hole before you drove into it.
If the lease was in writing, the obligation is enforceable for 5 years. If not in writing, it is 4 years. Have an attorney look at your situation immediately. If there is a security deposit violation by the landlord the attorney fees for the tenant may be recoverable as part of the damages.
I won a small claims trial but the debtor will not pay up. It's not a financial issue, they're just slimy, so my best chance to recover the judgment is to subpoena a third party like their landlord or a cash app for this person's bank account(s). I can't find information on how: there are no forms... Read more »
Post-Judgment discovery in a small claims case is governed by Florida Small Claims Rule 7.221. Under that Rule, you can serve the defendant with a Fact Information Sheet Form 7.343 (FAS). The FAS requires the defendant to provide financial information including bank account statements and tax...Read more »
Home They don't want the vehicle but the title was filled out at a tag office and finalized things today what are my options plus I told him if you tow the truck back to me and pay the tow fee I will give you your money back but I'm sure their insurance is towing what do I do with the title how... Read more »
Well for now you are still the titled owner of record. You probably dont just want to let the vehicle sit or it will be towed and cost much more than you will pay to have it towed now, REGARDLESS of who agreed to what.
Your decision here should be more guided by whats convenient for you...Read more »
Motion For Continuing Garnishment form in the state of Florida. On page 2 of that form, it states, " Plaintiff further moves the court to award the Plaintiff the costs incurred in this Garnishment action in the sum of $___." What cost do I add and/or place in the blank__?
Every county clerk website has a page of fees. I imagine that you will file the motion in person, so the cost to file the garnishment is $85.00. The sheriff will serve the writ in your county for $40.00. *Make sure you get the garnishee correct.* If the garnishee hires an attorney to file an answer...Read more »
Refused settlement offer in pretrial conf requested production. They sent a few statements two bills of sale from 2 other debt collectors. They are both generic that do not include my name or account number. No credit agreement signed sent. And 1 redacted spreadsheet that has my name balanced owed... Read more »
It is unlikely that you will prevail at trial. They don't need a credit agreement signed by you; chances are there is an "account stated" count in the complaint. This means that if you received billings and failed to object you are liable. They will, at trial, probably prove the assignments of...Read more »
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