Today I called and told them to add it with my next payment because I didn’t get paid all my hours just to kind of keep them out of my business and he told me to bring in a check stub to prove it...I think that’s my personal business and I shouldn’t have to prove a point to them.Whats your... Read more »
From your question, it sounds as if you have filed a lawsuit against another party and have served them with interrogatories but they have not responded, and you are now inquiring as to whether you can ask for a default judgment. Generally, a default judgment is granted to the plaintiff when the...Read more »
Also have only been partially paid. And this is a verbal contract but i have substancial physical and mathematical evidence to prove my litigation. This is for a residental paint job about half complete
A Georgia attorney could address your question in the best possible manner because your remedies could involve elements of Georgia law. But your question remains open for two weeks. As a general manner, without regard to jurisdiction, such justification could be governed by the terms of the...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 »
Spyware on for 7 months as I write I hear them closing up sounds like flooring and my refrigerator goes off when the beeping start but now it’s back on and u can hear the person following me from room to room
You should consult with an attorney who can review the facts of your case in detail and provide you with the options. We would need more information on the facts to provide you with guidance. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558 HomerJordan.com
I signed a non compete. That only says, I will not compete with the guy in the state of GA for 2 years. It does not say what the competitive services are. He breached the contract by not paying the full amount by $96. The full amount was to be paid in 90 days, in 3 installments. He shorted me the... Read more »
The car was picked up by the original loan company once I notified them I was not paying on a car that doesn’t work. Now the original company has sold my loan to this new company and they are filing suit against me trying to garnish my wages.
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 »
This very unusual situation is one that will test your honesty; and the choice you make may lead to down a very long winding road to the bottom of a legal ditch where you will be wishing you made a different choice. Since I believe you already know the right thing to do I will end by wishing you...Read more »
The opposing counsel refuses to accept the counteroffer/proposed order defendant sent to them. He refused because the "language" is not written in legalese but their client has already agreed to the counteroffer. Is this considered unethical of the opposing attorney to deny an agreement his client... Read more »
Without seeing the facts of this case, I would say that if a final hearing has take place then it is a settled case. However, the person may be able to file for a modification. You may want to consult with an attorney who can review the facts of your case in detail and present you with the options....Read more »
Both parties are in agreement of the contents but opposing partys' attorney is not in agreement of how the agreement is written - says order text MUST match exact text from agreement given to the court - although the proposed order drafted by opposing attorney has been altered without consent.... Read more »
This is not a general question, but a very specific one that no one can answer on this forum. In general, the oral agreement should match the written agreement. Without proof of the oral agreement, you may have an issue. You need to consult with an attorney.
I dismissed my attorney from my case and am now pro se. My ex still has an attorney. We are not at odds and have an agreement. We went to a hearing where we just said we had an agreement. His attorney later sends me our agreement with added clauses (not agreed to during hearing) - telling me i have... Read more »
This action arises from the findings of the court AFTER A Divorce case: Wife (an officer only) alters corp docs, tax returns, shares, etc. of my business and then executes a franchise agrmnt as "100% shareholder" with big company - third party w/o my knowledge. (all clearly stated in final decree... Read more »
You can try but it's going to be difficult and without all the facts, which you should not reveal on a firum, it's impossible to say whether it would be worth pursuing. I would suggest that you look for an attorney to help you go through the documents and gather any evidence that exists and...Read more »
I recently had a final hearing - we are in full agreement. The agreement needed to be altered with pen to correct what my lawyer did not send to the other party as I fired my counsel before the hearing. We signed the settlement with corrections but was not signed in front of notary as there is a... Read more »
You can request those changes, but the changes you have given above have no legal consequence in the enforcement or application of the settlement agreement. The terms in the current agreement are often used in divorce cases for ease of reference.
I helped my ex- boyfriend after being dropped from the NFL by giving him numerous small lump sums adding to $3500. There was no written contract, but agreements through text messages & constant asking about repayment. I also let him stay at my apartment, took his dog in, let him use my car so he... Read more »
Yes, you can take your ex to small claims court; however, stick to the evidence you have (like text messages) and do not overplay "the back story" or try to play the "poor pitiful me" routine in court.
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