Teen daughters danced at a studio. Annually fill/sign a standardized code of conduct form agreeing to policy of treatment of others. My kids (and others) were bullied by suburb mean girls. Owner informed. Kids were blamed by owner instead of helping. We told our kids to be overly nice (too nice to... Read more »
answered on Mar 16, 2023
I absolutely understand your frustration- both of my daughters danced on competitive teams for several years (my wife was also the varsity dance coach at Urbandale High School for several years). However, this is not a matter to be litigated in court (small claims or otherwise). If I were you, I... Read more »
handled in family court. But the judge gave me an appeal bond. Of 300. I'm suing a woman who new all along a child was not mines and admitted it 9 years later, the child was not mines, I'm suing her for child support paid by me 1,300 dollars. Can I pay the appeal bond and proceed or go to... Read more »
answered on Jan 10, 2023
You need to immediately retain an attorney who handles family law matters.
answered on Dec 6, 2022
An Iowa attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It could depend on the type of lawsuit and the relevance of the videotaping. If it involves an injury case, it is permissible for investigators from insurance carriers to observe claimants in public places without... Read more »
answered on Oct 15, 2022
An Iowa attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. Until you're able to consult with a local attorney, the general rule nationwide is that you're entitled to your file. States could differ among one another with issues such as attorney work product... Read more »
I was awarded the property in my devorce. Former friend Co signed for a loan for $63,550 5 years ago. To pay off the existing $35,000 and repairs to the home .
he want to sell it with him getting. 1/2 after I refused marrage to him.
Its all I have . Iam on disability.
answered on Mar 28, 2021
Yes. In this situation either owner can force the other owner to sell the property. It is called an action for partition.
I signed an apartment lease where it was stated I could pay rent by check or money order. About a month after signing the lease, the leasing office said they would no longer accept checks or money orders but that I must get online and allow the leasing office access to my banking account to draw... Read more »
answered on Nov 10, 2020
This is something that an Iowa landlord-tenant attorney would know best; your question may have gotten overlooked for three weeks in these other categories. You could repost under Landlord-Tenant or reach out to a L-T attorney. If you reach out to an attorney, they would likely ask to see a copy of... Read more »
Serial numbers and a signed itemized list. I contacted police department and was told all I can do is take them to court. Not sure how to handle this? Help!!
answered on Apr 28, 2020
Your stored furniture has “serial numbers?” Interesting. You should immediately file a claim in the estate of your deceased friend (assuming an estate has been opened). I suggest that you immediately contact an Iowa attorney who handles civil litigation to discuss your options.
Now she is demanding I pay her or she will take me to small claims. There was no contract as I didnt ever plan to pay her back. Does she have a case?
answered on Apr 18, 2020
The issue appears to be whether you received the $2,000 as a gift or whether there was some type of an agreement for the $2,000 to be a loan. Do the right thing.
A bank denied credit before we signed. Dealer never told us but had same banks name on contracts as assignee.
answered on Jan 5, 2020
This question is too fact intensive for an online forum. You need to immediately retain an Iowa attorney to obtain an informed opinion.
the bank has an on going lawsuit against them and signed off on the loans to be transferd to another bank and the transfer was completed for months now. Now they filed a deficancy on the farm and sold it without our knowledge and now are evicting us. what can be done to stop this?? They also... Read more »
answered on Nov 23, 2019
You need to immediately consult with an Iowa attorney who handles real estate matters and farm foreclosures in particular.
This is in response to an illegal eviction
answered on Nov 21, 2019
You need to consult with an Iowa attorney who handles landlord / tenant matters.
I was hired not knowing I was self contracted. The owner kept saying she would pay me on different dates and when those dates came she made excuses and no payment was recieved. She still hasn't paid me what she owes. There is also another "employee" she has done this to, she owes the... Read more »
answered on Nov 7, 2019
It appears that the owner of the company is asserting that you are an independent contractor rather than an employee; there are many factors which determine this. You should immediately contact an Iowa attorney who handles employment / workers’ compensation claims.
answered on Oct 18, 2019
An Iowa attorney could address your post the best, but it remains open for three weeks. Although there wasn't a question here, if you were wondering about your legal rights, contact an Iowa personal injury attorney. Many offer free initial consults for such cases if they are interested in... Read more »
I need to know if I am able to go to the Clerk of Court and print a copy of a civil post conviction relief form filed by the perpetrator of a crime against me.
answered on Aug 13, 2019
Go online to: https://www.iowacourts.state.ia.us/ESAWebApp/ESALogin.jsp and look up the case.
The City wants to demolish my house and denied me a hearing
answered on Aug 13, 2019
It is more than just filling out a form. I recommend that you immediately hire an Iowa attorney who specializes in real estate / zoning law.
From my pocket. It's been late a hand full of times but I've always paid late fee. Recently myself and significant other ran into some hard times. We are both jobless, he is receiving his last check from unemployment, and we are unable to pay the rent this month. We went to general... Read more »
answered on Jul 25, 2019
Find a way to pay the $300 immediately. By allowing you to pay partial payments your landlord will have a difficult time explaining why he stopped doing it--right after agreeing to do the general assistance thing. It sounds like the landlord (or perhaps the owner?) does not want the hassle of... Read more »
In texas they have no amount or percentage capped they can get more than 33% by using texas law in Iowa we get 33% of settlement. texas also charges for court cost experts who testified traveling cost there own plain flew hear. We won was allowed to be reversed we appealed it was sent back to... Read more »
answered on Jul 16, 2019
It is unclear as to what you are asking. You need to schedule an appointment (do not randomly call on the telephone) with your attorney and have him or her fully explain what is happening in your case.
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