A contract must be signed by the party against whom enforcement is sought. If you never signed the contract, you have an argument that you never agreed to the terms of the offer. The timeshare company, however, may have arguments that you did agree (i.e., making payments after closing). I'd...Read more »
Every single person with a drug charge is being required to report to Pre Trial Services for random drug screens and forced to pay for them. Personally Im baffled. Innocent until proven guilty is yet again getting bypassed. What if the officer illegally searched? In the meantime you fail a drug... Read more »
In our offer that it must pass home inspection. Inspection was scheduled before the required date, but due to inspectors schedule, was completed after the required date, the seller agreed to this date. Since mold is present and the home must have a new roof, we do not wish to continue with the... Read more »
I have all the information about how she was helping me to get her fixed. Her parents were paying for its she asked me if it was ok, I asked to be there for the surgery and when we could pick her up. She threatened that her dad would hurt me.
My decree was set in Kentucky To receive payment of child support ex wife moved to Alabama. My child support is up-to-date and paid in full. My question is why is the state of Alabama holding my taxes, saying I owe a rearage $825 that is two months that I did pay and the child is 18 who makes this... Read more »
The Kentucky ordEr controls. If the child is still in high school you will need to continue paying until he graduates or turns 19, whichever comes first. If he is 18 and has graduated, your support should have terminated on his 18th birthday or his graduation, whichever is later.
My last name was changed 11 years ago after my parents divorced it was done in the decree. I have never in 11 going on 12 years had an issue doing anything. My social security card was changed as well but my birth certificate wasnt. I've been run around by KY stating they couldn't accept the... Read more »
the tree company sent no information about coming to our house or needing access to our house for the power lines needing to be cut. Despite no warning and in our backyard and left our fence wide open. Both of our animals escaped. Only one was recovered and the other one is still missing, possibly... Read more »
He now has the small tract of farm land up for sale. Is there any legal way to stop such activity ? He is currently going through divorce and ran wife off, so he could take up with a married lady. Am wondering if there is some type document that can be filed for the return of equity that he has... Read more »
The thing about gifts is you can't take them back. The best you can do now, if you have other children or beneficiaries, is make sure your clearly takes into account these prior gifts as advances against his inheritance.
Just FYI, had you hired an attorney before making those gifts, there...Read more »
I have received a verified complaint, and have filed a verified request for dismissal. How would you proceed to file suite against a former property manager and her accomplices for financial damage done to the LLC?
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