her parents are divorced and her mom got her the prescription without her dads knowing, her dads new wife found the pills and told her dad. her dad is threatening to tell her boyfriends parents because he wants them to know their son is sexually active. her mom has told him not to do this. if he... Read more »
Unless the concerned parent is a medical professional who learned the news in a professional capacity, talking with the parents of a child's boyfriend/girlfriend would not seem to violate any known privacy laws.
I sold my condo & uprooted my life to purchase a home close to my fiancés work in Potomac MD. The home is in my name only (both the deed & mort) but we had a verbal agreement that he was to pay $1,000 per month to contribute to the bills, for I could not afford this place & maintain it... Read more »
Under the ancient and respected Statute of Frauds, a contract regarding land is voidable unless it is in writing, so an oral lease is unenforceable unless a series of strategic errors causes the defendant to admit the contract judicially. For example, if he pled in the protective order case that he...Read more »
The law sets strict time frames for asserting a claim against a deceased person. Creditors may file a claim in the Estate of a decedent although this is generally limited to the first 6 months after death. The Register of Wills has claim forms available for filing with a modest filing fee per...Read more »
I now live in another state. I was told by an atty that the company was liable for the interest as well as the $2500 judgeement. The company at fault had multiple complaints and judgements against them as I researched things myself. I would love to get my money. Any advise?
She claims she is going to get her degree, make more money and pay it herself. But she won't say how much the note actually is, what bank it's going to, how much school is left, and when I wanted the account information so I could make the payment instead of dropping off the money, she... Read more »
Nothing in the law prohibits attorneys from representing a family member. Unless the attorney and the relative they represented had competing / different interests in the outcome of the case, it is unlikely to be a problem.
You may wish to review the Rules of Professional Conduct for...Read more »
The guys they sent were idiots and didn't listen to any advice I tried to give them, remove the doors, take the bed out of the sofa bed, use the moving staps I provided. After they got trapped halfway out the door and in the hallway me and my fiancé were forced to help them. They had already... Read more »
You'd likely sue the company that was hired. Not necessarily the third party site you found them on. How do you file a lawsuit? There are self help guides at most district court houses around the state. Those are helpful if you claim is less than 5k. Otherwise, you may want to hire an...Read more »
We have a promissory note, where it states he will pay for the payments as well as any late fees. The car payments are up to date but I believe it affected my credit score and now i cannot apply for a mortgage loan.
My wife and I are separated so this question is for her. Long story short, She had a friendship with a hoarder. This person had been bringing things over and storing them at her place during the course of their friendship. The wife allowed it because she was thinking that she was helping... Read more »
I think the smart thing is to send them a letter certified mail return receipt requested asking them to pick up the property by some date in the future (the longer the better) and otherwise you are going to give the stuff to Goodwill (or whatever).
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