A woman has a mother who may have a power of attorney for her because the mother has taken all of the woman’s property and social security checks and has left the daughter to fend for herself in poverty. First I need to find out if the mother has a power of attorney for her daughter and if she... View More
A power of attorney can be revoked at any time by the principal, even if it was granted without their consent. The principal can revoke the power of attorney by signing a written revocation and delivering it to the agent. If the principal is unable to sign the revocation, they can appoint someone...View More
If you accidentally sent your tax refund to someone else on Cash App, you may be able to request a refund of the payment. However, it will depend on a few factors, such as whether the recipient has already accepted the payment or withdrawn the funds.
To request a refund on Cash App, you can...View More
Depends on what the identity theft is based upon and the amount of the theft will determine whether or not its a felony grade identity theft or a misdemeanor grade identity theft.. Here's a link to the Louisiana Revised statute for identity theft:...View More
I'm not 100% sure how are why I was charged for all this. However, the date on the Police report falls into the time frame of when my uncle was being maliciously hacked by the mother of his son. She was apparently hacking into my uncles phone, my grandmothers phone, and my little cousins iPad.... View More
If you are not satisfied with your current legal counsel, then you should explore hiring new counsel. If you are unable to do so, then you need to try again to reach out to your current counsel, even if means going to his office and waiting for him to be available to meet with you. As you know,...View More
I only brought him to Dillard’s I was unaware he was committing fraud It was a handyman that I hired to do some work at my house he stole paperwork out of my house and used it to commit fraud against my stepmother I had no clue until cops showed up
If law enforcement believes you had no knowledge or involvement in the planning or execution of the offense, then you will not be prosecuted. However, the circumstances concern me. You don't have to be the person to actually commit an offense to be punished for it. Rather, you can be held...View More
I had a police srgt tell me that I dont have to worry about my brother using my name because they will put his fingerprint on a citation since he says he does not have his ID. He does this to hide from his bench warrant.
My husband’s co-worker has made numerous bizarre untrue allegations about my husband to disrupt our marriage. We found out she registered him for a race, picked up his packet and her packet and ran with both to make it look as if they ran the race together. My husband was working in a project... View More
I have tons hours of documentarian videos emails This all started after the Equifax data breach supposedly I have stock and bonds and on line holding I know nothing about credit fraud a bankruptcy was reported and then removed still affected my like government had all kind of rules and citations... View More
'Sorry that your question remains open on something where time is of the essence. It was probably overlooked in this category. You probably know this already - if you haven't so far, contact a criminal defense attorney without delay - one you find on this site, through your own...View More
In ordinary lay terms, infirmity means a physical or mental weakness. Disability means a condition that limits one's activities or movements. But I don't think knowing that is going to be enough here. Legally, these terms can be defined by statutes, insurance policies, legal instruments,...View More
The charge is identity theft. I have never been in trouble and It’s just me and my two boys. I am the only one they have. 22000yr and providing has been a struggle. I’ve been behind on my bills every month and I didn’t have any to give. I go to trial in May, I’m worried about the... View More
If you are going to trial, ask your lawyer. You didn't even say what the charge is.
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