More information is needed in order to provide you with a detailed answer. In general, if you are the primary on the loan, meaning it is your name on the loan documents and not his, repayment of the loan is ultimately your responsibility, and he is not entitled to the vehicle. However, if your...Read more »
My file is now in the office of the bankruptcy trustee... I don’t understand.. the two are not connected.. is there anything I can do? I’m on disability due to multiple medical challenges and would love to have a little bit of light in my life before ... well.. I go
Ward was sent to mental facility from emergency room and the ward's stay exceeded the insurance coverage limit. Is the guardian legally liable for payment of the excess charges under Georgia Law? The hospital transferred the ward to the mental facility. I read under Ga Title 29-2-21 that the... Read more »
Thankfully, you were not injured. Because you did not get hurt, there is no claim for personal injury. Did you immediately notify Zaxby’s that you found a fish hook in your food? More than likely they would be willing to offer you a replacement chicken finger meal.
This is not a supplement. This is for a type recipe that calls for a mixture of different food components. The idea behind this is to eliminate the prep steps of combining all the separate components. With this, the user will have one single container, that will contain all the necessary items to... Read more »
Generally, a co-signer is jointly and severally liable on an obligation. Therefore the creditor can pursue you, your son, or both of you for the debt. In this case, the statute of limitations is the timeframe in which the creditor would be able to bring an actual lawsuit against you and/or your...Read more »
They sold my in laws credit life on their new car loan knowing they were over the age limit of 71. He was 89 and blind in one eye and almost blind in the other, and she was 79. My father in law passed away the other day and we filed a claim and their now refusing to pay. They sold them that policy... Read more »
Probably not; but you should take the new car to the dealer for repairs under the warranty--otherwise it may void the warranty. If the dealer discovers some terrible problem, they will either replace it or fix it. None of this has anything to do with the debt you agreed to pay for the new car.
Edit "I Meant:COUNTY, Not Ctry must live w/in so many miles of Dr. (same one for last 13 yrs). I moved in w/Dad 5 yrs ago, see my Dr. Every 3 mos., and have my meds mailed to me (I can not fill Opiod Rx 40 miles from Dr.) I am vary disabled so driving is difficult. Imy Dad passed 12-20-18, and... Read more »
Hi, my mortgage company "Ditech" has entered a chapter 11 bankruptcy. They are involved in a class action lawsuit and I was sent out a "Proof of Claim" form from Epiq Global via mail and email. There is a section on the form asking "where should notices to the creditor be... Read more »
Am an IC for a large company. One of my jobs is to collect registration fees. The place where the event is meeting and the date has changed due to some legal issues. I am terminated my contract with the company. The people who have paid the registration fees want their money back, and I would like... Read more »
This is simple: If the checks were payable to you personally you can do (just about) whatever you want with them; and my advice on that point is to return the checks to whoever gave them to you, and document it very well.
My mother was convicted of shoplifting of a SMALL item and was around $5 or $2. We paid bail yesterday and have court on May. Will she be jailed as this is her first offense? Or, can we keep her out as we already gave the jail money?
They also paid $1,000 by credit card for my license to be reinstated we dont have a written agreement on when or how to pay the money back i dont have the money to pay and he is wanting to have me arrested can i get into trouble is this a criminal or civil matter
You had an oral contract, he can file suit or petition the court for an arrest warrant. He will be able to provide the court with his evidence and you will have to defend your position. It may be best to see if he will take a payment plan before it gets really bad and you will have to pay the loan,...Read more »
Involuntarily committed by a physician under a 10-13 for a suicide attempt. After stabilization in an ICU one must be evaluated by an authorized psychiatric facility. The closest bed space was apparently 85 miles away. The Sheriff's Office was called to transport, but apparently could not, so... Read more »
You may want to consult with an attorney who can review the facts of the case in detail and present you with any options you may have. Without seeing the paperwork involved or knowing all the details it is difficult to provide a response. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558 HomerJordan.com
My question is a little complicated. This has to do with a State Farm Insurance Agent who owns his own agency and is allowing his son to commit theft and fraud out of his agency/office. What is the best way to go about reporting this?
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