I was talking to the manager about leasing my horse. She said she’d be happy to help me out. All the sudden I go to the barn and I’m told I can’t do anything with my horse because she is leased on a contract I’ve never signed or read. She is also making money off this contract which I feel... Read more »
Never did Bill of Sale, only an asset purchase agreement. They breached multiple items of the sale agreement. Have asset sale agreement and employment agreement with Buyer. They changed me from 20 hrs/week salaried manager to hourly worker as needed and haven’t given me any work in two weeks... Read more »
It depends. Both Georgia and Pennsylvania courts will enforce valid restrictive covenants. Generally, to be enforceable, non-compete agreements must be reasonable as to time, geography, and activities restricted. In addition, courts are generally more tolerant of broad restrictions in a non-compete...Read more »
If they are married and buying a house together then it should likely be considered marital asset and the court would split it, along with the other assets. If you want a prenuptial type of agreement regarding the house, or anything else, you should consult with an attorney who can help you with...Read more »
I was asked to paint a sign by my now former employer. I said I thought I could do it for less than a quarter of what the job was worth but it took a lot longer and was much harder. Then she fired me so I billed her a fair amount. She says I already agreed to the low amount. Did I? She knows the... Read more »
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. This sounds like it would be a difficult matter to resolve in court. As a general premise, contracts have been challenged on the grounds of fairness, raising such issues as unjust enrichment and others. But by and...Read more »
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Some GENERAL considerations could include permissible billing methods/fee schedules/fee caps, disclosures, disclaimers, and how Georgia governs/limits agents (attorney or non-attorney) handling such activities. Good...Read more »
My husband cheated on me for 6 years out of the 8 years of our marriage. After he advised me of what he did, he filed for a no contest divorce, not telling his lawyer about his unfaithful actions. Alimony and child support are not included. What do I do?
What was it that the person lied about? We would need more information than this, as this is vague. The marriage may still be legal, but we’d need more details about what the lie was regarding. You could contact the county clerk to inquire about the legality of the license.
We discovered in 2016 our house was foreclosed back in 2011 by the bank that issued our builder's loan. This has robbed us access to our equity and the consideration upon signing the contract to begin with. We are still living in the house. Is the contract void? What are our rights?
I have a case that has many faces: active divorce Since 2016, proposed settlement presented July 8, 2016, final judgment on July 14, 2016, after mediation and consent order signed by judge Feb 9, 2016. My X bringing contempt charges for incurring debt on credit cards. It was mutual and nothing was... Read more »
legally the father had is name changed around the time my son was born but he never changed it on his license so he signed the birth certificate using his old name. Can the birth certificate be voided because thats a legal document that he purposely lied on. I don't want to go to court but I... Read more »
I’m a roofing contractor in Georgia that specializes in storm damage to an insureds property. Can I use a power of attorney to represent the insured during the claim process to include negotiating policy provisions?
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. As a general observation of such an arrangement, some might see the potential for a conflict. For instance, you if are negotiating for the approval of a certain construction task or repair task, could someone...Read more »
I couldn’t because I was only partial owner and I would have to give him back. I request only 2500 of my money back they agreed to give it back after I give them the dog back. Now I can’t get in touch. I had the dog for 5 day 3 of which I stayed in Georgia with him
We had entered an agreement that i would be working from home and now its been 2 months of heavy loud construction here and my quality of life has significantly diminished. Also ive recently found out i likely have a disability being unable to process high volumes of sensory input and before the... Read more »
I'm sorry for your ordeal. A Georgia attorney would be in the best position to advise, but your post remains open for two weeks. The things that you describe, in terms of construction noise or clocks, are really more in the territory of a landlord-tenant attorney than a personal injury...Read more »
What kind of lawyer? A criminal lawyer would be the best bet. You could try reposting your question there (and leave off Contracts and Personal Injury), you could try contacting a lawyer you find here or on your own, or you could see if the State Bar of Georgia has resources that might be helpful....Read more »
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