I fired them and hired someone else to fix everything and finish the job. I am paying almost the same amount to fix the problems and finish. I called and asked for a reasonable refund but now no one is returning my calls. What are my options for getting some or all of my money back from the... Read more »
Your description suggests that the amount you paid the subsequent contractor to correct the defective workmanship was an amount equal to or greater than what was paid to the original contractor. In such instance, you can sue the original contractor for the dollar value of what was paid to the...Read more »
One ticket was Driving Over Statutory Limit 21-25, 95 over 70. The other was Operating Uninsured Motor Vehicle. Trooper told me to bring proof of insurance to court, and that one may get dismissed. I have several documents showing active insurance, including the CORRECT insurance card. (I... Read more »
Yes, statute of limitation for most Misdemeanor offenses is 1.5 years and most Felonies is 3 years, so you can be charged any time within the statute of limitations. You need to hire a criminal defense attorney to assist you with this matter right away. The sooner you hire an attorney, the better.
You don't want to dismiss your petition. Rather, you should file a motion for leave to file an amended petition. Once the motion for amendment is granted, you can refine your petition in any way you deem appropriate. Good Luck. Bryan.
I am presuming that the loan was documented by a written agreement. The terms of that agreement control. I do not know how long you have been sending payments which have not been cashed, but I would recommend that you review the agreement and if you do not have a copy, then contact the lender....Read more »
He is charged with attempted intisement off a child. 1 count. And a second count for asking for pictures of the child performing sexual acts. Pretrial court date Oct 22. He has been advised to plead guilty and try to plea bargin
Your husband has to give his lawyer permission to speak with you. Ethical rules require the attorney only to speak with his client, your husband, and no one else without the direct permission from his client, your husband.
I recently got a new car, due to financial restraints I haven’t been able to take care of getting it insured. I got pulled over for the license plate lights being out and by the end of it I was given a warning for the license plate light being out but I was given a citation for not having insurance
me and my boyfreind want to get an appartment i want to emancipate myself at 15 and a few months when ive been stuggeling with my mom for 3 years knew my bf for a year and months dont feel comfterable with my step dad i work and my boyfreind works when i was pregnant my mom put alot of stress and... Read more »
My ex-wife and her husband received TANF a few months back and now the state it coming after me for child support. Even though our divorce papers state that we agreed to neither of us paying child support or any sort of alimony. She said she is not going to be able to make it to our court hearing... Read more »
In a green light crossroads, the front car suddenly stopped in the middle of the crossroad. I noticed the stop and used hard brake but failed to make a full stop due to the raining and wet road and lightly hit the back of the front car. The front car driver moved the car out of the scene... Read more »
You should respond to the petition. File your response with the circuit clerk. See a lawyer.
This petition likely concerns parentage, parenting time, parenting responsibilities, child support and who claims the child on taxes. It could also be about health insurance and health expenses...Read more »
If you are not happy with your attorney, you should hire a new attorney. The sooner you hire another attorney, the better. Make sure to tell your potential new attorney, what issues you had with your last attorney so the same issues do not come up.
Last night, I received my first ever ticket in my life last night. Driving over Statutory Limit by 21-25. 95 over 70. Up until now (at 35), I've maintained a 100% clean driving record, not even parking ticket or any arrests ever in my life. I was also hit with a violation for driving an... Read more »
Reckless driving is a different offense entirely, it would be very unusual for the State to 'upgrade' the charge. Speeding 25 over the limit is still a petty offense, while speeding 26+ and reckless driving are both misdemeanor/criminal offenses. If you are uncomfortable appearing on your...Read more »
Once the police have been called it is out of your hands. If someone has been charged with a criminal offense, they need to hire a criminal defense attorney right away. The sooner an attorney is hired, the better.
There is no such form. Now not. Not ever. Maybe they want a Financial Affidavit from you or they are requiring that you get your signature notarized on the signature page. It might also be some sort of form that your county requires in uncontested cases. There is no such thing as an affidavit...Read more »
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