It's not that simple. When a person dies, any assets they own becomes property of their estate, whether or not a formal estate has been filed and opened. Financial institutions like banks will freeze and lock the accounts of any account holder whom they learn has died, and will only allow...Read more »
It could be part of a series of acts that constitute a crime, depending on the context. It's not possible to definitively answer your question without that context. Having said that, it's difficult to conjure a valid reason to deceive someone into thinking you are someone else-whether...Read more »
We are required to give notice at least 6 months before the end of our lease. I've only seen time periods up to 90 days so is 6 months legal?? We did sign this but is the contract legal in the first place?
My son, a paranoid schizophrenic, is in jail ( Florida) for a probation violation. On March 9th the judge ruled that he be transported to the State Mental Health Hospital for treatment. It is over a month and he has not been provided the treatment ordered by the judge. His mental health is... Read more »
Your son needs a Florida criminal defense lawyer to file an emergency motion and/or petition for writ of habeas corpus, both to enforce the judge's order and to raise grounds of a violation of your son's constitutional right to be free from cruel and unusual punishment (failure to treat...Read more »
Went into the property, to clean for move in found mold in the kitchen, infested with roaches, holes in the walls and previous tenants had dogs which soiled the carpet and the house smells really bad, the microwave doesn’t work and the dishwasher doesn’t work either. The kitchen counters are... Read more »
Sorry, just saw this. Everything is governed by the lease. If you are noting these issues now though and you haven't already signed a lease, I would see about getting out of this ASAP. These type of problems rarely get better.
She said she felt threatened but no one threatened her. I didn’t move and then she put an eviction notice on the door. She prepaid rent to use for legal costs. I did move but I don’t know what to say in court. Can someone please help me.
someone has filed a show cause against me. this person has access to their property but has not taken it. the items are in a storage unit in my name that they were to pay for but haven't for 6 months. now they are refusing to pay and filed a replevin for the items.
the insurance company is trying to subrogate against me for almost 20k and are not willing to work out payment plans under $900+ per month, which i’m unable to afford. Also, the other driver was my neighbor at the time and he only had his bumper and tailgate replaced as a result of the accident,... Read more »
Bankruptcy. Talk to a bankruptcy attorney. You may qualify for a full discharge under Chapter 7 or a 3-5 year payment plan for a portion of the debt with small payments under a Chapter 13, and then discharge the balance. If the insurance company hasn't obtained a court judgment against you...Read more »
I got a moving violation 2 weeks before I’m eligible for my regular license. I have up to 2 weeks after I can get my license to pay the ticket or fight it. I don’t have good chances to fight this Delaware ticket for failing to yield. If I go to the mva and get my license and then pay the ticket... Read more »
I have been living in a hotel since 12/20/20 and I need to get a state ID to cash an insurance claim check. I moved from Ohio and my purse was stolen with a few other items right as I was leaving. I have acquired another birth certificate since. I have had several items mailed to me here, at the... Read more »
(Action For Recovery Of Possession Of A Corporeal Freehold Or Leasehold Estate In Land.) Is It A Quite Title Or A Court Order Court Order Enforcement Like In Child Support Cases In Enforcement There Of And If They Disregard The Child Support. Regarding The Adverse Possession Law Maryland. I Have... Read more »
You file a Complaint to Quiet Title and/or for Declaratory Judgment. You name as defendant the person whose name is on the deed to the property as recorded in the Land Records, as well as any “holder in interest” of any unreleased lien instrument filed against the property as recorded in the...Read more »
Adverse Possession Maryland Law Can the Land Sell It. The Private Auction Company And And They Will Not Canceled It. It Is For Auction (April 6th 2021). I Had The One Canceled Before By The Same Private Auction Company On ( July 17th 2020). The Owner Knows That The Land Is Adverse Possessed. And... Read more »
If you claim to own the land pursuant to the common law doctrine of adverse possession, then you must establish this fact by way of an action in court to declare yourself the owner by virtue of adverse possession, and you must serve the titled owner of record and any trustee under any recorded and...Read more »
The beneficiaries of the trust are four charities, and I have already sent an email to all four indicating that my godmother died destitute owing thousands of dollars in taxes and credit card companies.
So, are you saying there are no assets in the trust? Simply notify all charities of this fact, by certified mail, and that you intend to resign. If there are trust assets, you will need to identify what those assets are by way of an accounting (nature, location, amount/value as of the most recent...Read more »
Did your dog bite someone? If so, and if the person either is filing a claim for personal injuries or called the police/animal control, then you need to respond to both. The county code generally controls the determination of whether a dog is dangerous or not, and most counties have a two-bite or...Read more »
The filing fees are listed on the SDAT website, and the amount depends on whether you mail the filings in (which can take two to four weeks to get filed that way) or by electronic filing over the internet portal, which happens within a day. The fee doubles to do the internet portal filing. Legal...Read more »
I am a healthcare provider treating Medicaid patients. I have 2000 employees and file 5500s. One of our subsidiaries has been in state plan and we can save money by putting all our employees in the state plan. Can we?
You really need to find a lawyer who practices healthcare and insurance law, and not be asking such questions that affect a business and employee base this large as yours on a question-and-answer board. I imagine there are far more information and details that need to be looked into before you can...Read more »
There are no laws prohibiting your relationship, unless your boyfriend is a your teacher, counselor, coach, or other supervisory adult over you. The age of consent to engage in sexual activity is 16 in Maryland, and you are over that age. Getting pregnant at such a young age is a mistake most...Read more »
My dentist office continuously provided procedures under the pretense that they would be covered by my insurance. I have now discovered that I hit my spending limit, despite asking the office multiple times if I was coming up on it. They are now holding me accountable for out of pocket costs that I... Read more »
Unless you can show a knowing and intentional act on the part of the dental office to fraudulently trick you into dental services they knew were not covered by your insurance plan, and you clearly and unequivocally communicated to them that you would only accept the procedures if they confirmed...Read more »
When I filed the form for eviction at District court, I check marked the box for 14 days breach of lease causing imminent danger. Is it possible to change the eviction notice to 30 days for breach of lease?
Also if I filed my case on January 25th and I issued a notice to quit/vacate... Read more »
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