I was driving my spouse’s company car and was involved in an accident 22 months ago. I had permission to drive the car and was told by a company representative that as a spouse I was covered by the automotive insurance policy because my spouse also uses the vehicle for personal use. Yesterday I... Read more »
It is best to consult an attorney versus going through the insurance company. An attorney will work to protect your interests, and the insurance company’s primary objective is to protect their own interests.
I’m a college student who got a sublease to cover for me while I moved out of Athens to Atalanta for work. My contract said you can’t buy out of the lease or transfer it over to someone else and they don’t have a clause for if a tenant were to get hurt or move they said it’s not going to... Read more »
More information is needed to provide you with an accurate answer. It is best to consult an attorney who can review your lease and provide you with a more tailored response. We are glad to assist you. Contact us soon!
Small claims case is scheduled for default hearing on 12/26, AFFIDAVIT OF SERVICE filed 07/01 appears to be fraudulent. What to file to remove default and allow to counterclaim? Defendant learned about the case after 30+15 days ellapsed, filed on 10/16 Opposition to "Request for Default Judgement"... Read more »
More information is needed to provide you with an accurate answer. Much of what is available to you is going to depend heavily on the contract you would have signed with the company. It is best to consult an attorney who can review your contract and offer you a more tailored response.
The judge has spoken on a civil contempt case and the case shows open and not closed. Child support enforcement cannot move forward with their case because the civil contempt case shows open. I don’t want to dismiss the case only close it.
Your attorney should have prepared an order for the judge to sign. If you were not represented by an attorney, the judge should have given instructions. It is best to contact an attorney who can go over the specifics of your case and advise you on your next best steps.
Without more details about your case, it is difficult to understand and answer your question. It is best to consult an attorney who will be able to review your specific facts and provide you legal counsel.
It is best to refer to your covenants and/or bylaws; it should contain the rules about this topic. If your covenants and/bylaws do not contain the information, it may be best to consult an attorney who can assist you with the specifics of your case.
I am being sued by Capital One for a credit card debt. I have 30 days to file an answer. I just received a letter from the firm representing Capital One with settlement options including monthly, lump sum or 3 month payment plans. However, there is a line stating that a consent judgment may need to... Read more »
Ex gf does not want to leave and does not want to sign lease rental agreement (month to month). what are my options? she has called the cops because I had to break in my basement (keys locked inside) and she has destroyed some of my personal property.
Although your ex-girlfriend has not signed an actual lease, because she is living in the property, a tenancy at will has been created. You will need to give her a 60-day notice to leave. If she remains after the 60th day, you can file a dispossessory (eviction proceeding) in the county in which...Read more »
I reported the abuse to Cherokee County Georgia's child protection services caseworker. Who ignored it. I ran away short time later in fear for my safety because the caseworker told the foster parent I told her about the abuse,which got worse because of that. I was punished and thrown in juvenile... Read more »
Foster parents are considered state employees for purposes of the Georgia State Tort Claims Act. OCGA § 50–21–22(7). However, OCGA § 50-21-24, provides that, "The state shall have no liability for losses resulting from: ... (7) Assault, battery, false imprisonment, false arrest, malicious...Read more »
My name is Daniel Huertas and I really need your help for the past 20 plus years the Cherokee county Georgia courts and CPS have violated neglected and ignored my rights Not only am I a sexual abuse surviver drugged and sexually abused by a Cherokee county Georgia foster parent Sherri Jo Wilkes in... Read more »
I need to submit a Motion to Reopen Chapter 7 case that has been discharged over a year to Vacate a Judgement lien on property that had a judgement on before I filed Chapter 13. I converted over to chapter 7 after the POA matter came up again and had it listed in my bankruptcy. The amount they... Read more »
I'm very sorry for your loss. You could try reposting your question in the Probate and Estate Planning sections where an attorney who is knowledgeable in this area could have a better chance of noticing it. It was probably overlooked all this time in the Civil Litigation section. Good luck...Read more »
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