If illegal/egregious actions by stepmother/POA/PR were recently learned of by daughter beneficiaries, and estate admin was closed August, 2018, do we have options to sue or recover estate assets (money)? (Date of death 5/2017) One of several issues involves fathers long-time advisor. Investment... Read more »
At this point you should probably see an attorney who specializes in securities fraud to ascertain whether you have an action against the investment firm for changing type of account without proper authority.
Other issue is whether there was fraud on the court as far as the probate...Read more »
I have tried methods to resolve over the 3 years I have lived in this house. Nothing held up. All other houses around me have added new sod over that time. I have had several companies come out to assist. All recommend new sod. Landlord is saying this is my responsibility. A daily fine will... Read more »
When I was 19, I was going to give my newborn up for adoption to a close friend. They moved with her from Florida to Georgia, nothing finalized, and I changed my mind. They took me to GA court, which resulted in GA removing my child from their care, but GA put her in foster care. I did everything I... Read more »
You did not tell us how many years ago this happened to you, but I am guessing that is must have been more than 10 or 12. If so, the controlling statutes of limitation have expired and there is nothing you can do about it.
Practically speaking--if you still love YOUR child as much as it...Read more »
The dad wants to press charges against my friend. She was completely okay with the relationship. And gave her consent. But she lied about being 15 and said she was 18. He didn’t know until the dad reaches out and said she was only 15 and is demanding to be paid $4200 for the damages the little... Read more »
Tell your "friend" that he should break off all communication with his 15 year old girl friend before someone files a criminal charge against him. Claiming that the child "lied about her age" is not a defense against the crime of statutory rape in Florida. Tell your "friend" to look up the severe...Read more »
I've been fighting a lawsuit for 5 years now and I just settled out of court and it's a company geology agreement between me and the other side and my mother decided to call up to the lawyer place today and ask them all kinds of questions and she got answers things that I don't even know
I want to start an attorney referall service that reaches out to homeless people in hopes of connecting them with a disability attorney to help them get social security disability benefits. Can a referall service legally do this though?
I work for a solar panel manufacturer and was not told by leadership or any supervisor to wear a mask when near certain machines. In fact, I worked an entire week without once being warned about the fumes and it took a fellow employee telling me about the fumes before i was aware of them.
I have a Privileged and Confidential letter from my Attorney making mistaken statements about a previous COMPLAINT on file and which the Judge Agreed Upon. My Counsel warned me if I disagreed with his reasoning that he would quit. I need to know how to ask the Judge to review the filings on record,... Read more »
Generally speaking, you hold the privilege (and thus the right) to keep information confidential, or to reveal it under the attorney-client privilege. Disclosing information that your attorney provided to you may not be in your best interest however, and I recommend you have another attorney review...Read more »
Let me get this straight: if you have legal malpractice insurance, I assume you are an attorney. And as an attorney you can't read the insurance policy as well as some anonymous person online, who doesn't even the policy to read?
Upon agreeing to be my counsel, he called the detective investigating me in an alleged criminal matter, to see what the investigation was about. The detective told him to talk to me. He (the attorney) then said his clients aren't always truthful with him. Could this be considered an example of... Read more »
Be sure that the lawyer has agreed to file suit in your behalf. Do you have a written retainer agreement providing that the attorney will do so? If not, find another attorney who agrees, in writing, to file the case before the specified date.
When he walked up to truck he said did you have your lights on? I said yes they always come on when i start truck. Then he said i realized they were on. Then he said he smealt marijuana a called dog. Is that legal since didnt have reasonable cause for stop?
We are being harassed in civil lawsuit (ongoing for year now-Injunction prohibits us from harassing Petitioner, but allows Petitioner to relentlessly harass us-is there no end to this? Former rear neighbors' Pitbull broke into our pool cage former neighbors take us to court and their friend, the... Read more »
Generally, a notice of hearing is supposed to state what is being heard, just the title of the motion; unless the court set it and it is a case management/status conference with no specific item being heard.
You need to reach out to the county for each hearing you need assistance at per...Read more »
Former rear neighbor's Pitbull broke into our home and bit our Labrador.They then obtained Stalking Injunction against us after which they drove circles around our home videotaping us pulling weeds in our yard-attempting to elicit a response (we gave no negative response) then alleged we flipped... Read more »
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