There is a lot going on here. You definitely need to meet with an attorney. They can help you get copies of the necessary documentation and potentially make a claim to enforce the contract. Hopefully your requests listed in your question were made in writing. But as long as your contract is in...Read more »
Our mother, whose estate is in central MO, has recently passed . Myself and my sibling are on opposite ends of the country. We are dead-center of COVID-19 quarantine and are unable to move about the country. We need access to her bank box to see if the booklet is in it so we can appropriately... Read more »
I am so sorry for your loss. Unfortunately there is not much you can do right now. When a person dies their accounts are frozen and access to safe deposit boxes closed. In order to access a box you will likely need a court order from a Missouri court. And Missouri courts are closed for nonessential...Read more »
2 weeks into separation, worried about strangers being around my daughter. She told me that one of them slept in her room, I have it recorded, is there an emergency way of getting a restraining order or full custody?
Unless something is happening to the kids, such as abuse or neglect, the Court will not entertain emergency orders. You may file for custody under a divorce or paternity action and establish a parenting plan and argue that the other parent does not have the child's best interests in mind. However,...Read more »
Father got a full order of protection against me last august. Since then we have tried working on things and hanging out and trying to make things work and getting back together. He never got the order dropped and we are no longer working on things. How is this going to play into what he just filed?
There is not enough information in your question to give you a good answer. Other than to say that you need to consult with an experienced family law attorney. It is pretty obvious that he is up to something but what his finial goals are would take a full review of the case, talking to you, and...Read more »
Some minor injuries. Since I am diabetic, I went ahead and went to the eye doctor for my black eye and the doctor for my sore arm. His insurance is wanting to settle for $3,500 and $10,000 medical coverage for 180 days. Should I settle with this? It doesn't like that should be all. Please... Read more »
I use to train at this gym, but I left and ended my contract with them. I then signed with another gym. The old gym had a no dating client rule. One of their employees and I fell for each other. I haven't been at that gym for over a year, but can that employee still be fired for dating me?
There is no simple answer to your question. The language of the lease will govern what type of notice is required, together with Missouri statutes. The duties of a management company to obtain the proper paperwork from a vacating tenant is not addressed in the law, so the circumstances and...Read more »
I'm bipolar (not officially diagnosed, but I've lived w enough to know). The other day I woke up to my daughter telling me landlord had been by. Called him, & before the end of the convo, I was getting MAD, & usually wind up cussing. Told him I was getting mad, just woke up, & I was going to let... Read more »
In Missouri there are statutes that control the timing and notice required for eviction. Generally speaking, a verbal request to a tenant to leave is not enforceable. Also the terms of the lease, when lawful, will control. I recommend you review your lease and the circumstances with an attorney to...Read more »
Whether the sellers bankruptcy is a breach of the contract to purchase will depend on the contract language. Generally, however, the bankruptcy trustee will stand in the shoes of the seller in enforcing the contract and unless bankruptcy is specifically addressed as a breach in the contract...Read more »
There is no clear answer to this as it is heavily dependent on the court that issued the original order. Some courts are particular about it and others tend to think forcing a 17 yr old to do anything is pointless. Unfortunately, the best thing to do is talk with the other parent. But be realistic...Read more »
If there is no order, then a parent is not required to pay support. However, not paying or assisting with any bills will be looked upon negatively by some courts. Covering insurance is a positive, but may not be enough. Health insurance premiums is a credit applied to the basic amount of child...Read more »
My dog has not physically bit anyone . My ticket say my dog has attacked people . Idk the laws about this. My dog is a good dog she has never Ben aggressive to us an I have 5 kids smallest 2 . She has broke a chain an slipped callers an the children have Ben known to let them out. I have tried to... Read more »
A dog may not be aggressive to people in its own home. A loose dog will act unpredictably. A dog does not have to bite someone to be considered an attack. More than likely, you'll want an attorney that practices in your county/city to help you understand local laws and your options.
Depends on the court. Depends on any scheduling order that has been entered. Depends on whether a hearing has been scheduled. Depends on whether your opponent can add a thrid party as a matter of right. How's that for a lawyerly answer?
I have read the financial agreement signed and it states "parents have financial responsibility for those rare days daycare is closed to catastrophic events. The legal definition of catastrophic events references natural and man made disasters not pandemics. This is the only thing I've signed and 3... Read more »
The answer to your question would depend upon how the court construes the definition of a "catostrophic event." Now one will be able to tell you with certainly how a court would construe the definition. For example, how is a "man-made disaster" defined? You are free to sue in small claims court...Read more »
There was a commercial kitchen for sale. It was technically only the equipment. The space has to be rented separately but you couldn’t take the equipment from the space. The price was $25,000 with a required down payment of $5,000. For the deal to work you have to be approved by the landlord... Read more »
A judgment in Missouri is valid for 10 years, so that fact that the judgment against you is 5 years old only means that it is still valid. If you get summoned, you need to appear. Consult with an attorney familiar with judgment debtor examinations, as there is an easy way to avoid answering the...Read more »
in the contract. They verbally agreed through their agent to honor our agreed upon contract price which happened to be 8K higher than their appraisal. We listed our house on Zillow so are in essence representing ourselves Should we require the buyers to sign an amendment stating that they agree... Read more »
If it's not in writing, it didn't happen. The terms of the contract changed if the appraisal contingency was not met and the buyers want to complete the transaction anyway. You should consult a lawyer to formalize the arrangement.
A few days ago I accidentally deposited some money in my daughter’s UTMA and bought some stocks with it before I realized my mistake. Can I sell the stocks and withdraw the money or is it now irrevocable her money?
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