My ex & I are recently divorced. We sold our home, it was financed in his name only but titled in both. Do we split a refund check from the mortgage company made out to him only? I certainly hope so because my income was used the whole time to make the mortgage payment. Please advise, I... Read more »
There is no general rule in real estate pertaining to this situation. This issue should have been addressed in your asset split in the divorce. Your family law attorney should be able to answer this question, or the answer should be in your marital settlement agreement.
You should closely review and comply with the terms of your Judgment or Order that established your custody. Missouri has a relocation requirements and notice in every custody judgment and parenting plan. I suggest you review and strictly comply with the relocation notice requirements.
We didn't really lived together for the last 5 years, he would visit, because he has a business abroad, and he would come and go every month or two weeks. Now we moved all together to Missouri, but he hasn't given me any money since May 2021, and I have been using my personal savings for... Read more »
If you have been in Missouri for at least 90 days, you can file a Petition for Dissolution or Legal Separation with the court and after your spouse is served with the Petition and accompanying documents then request temporary (also called Pendente Lite or PDL) Orders be entered regarding custody,...Read more »
Our neighbor refuses to pay half, says he does not have the money and doesn’t need a permanent fence since his stock is trained to electric fence. Said he will just go back 10 foot and install his electric fence. Is that a way to avoid paying his half of costs ?
That question cannot be adequately answered without more information, such as: Is this actually "willed" to you and your brother and sister, OR is has it actually passed to you immediately by virtue of a non-probate transfer device, such as a Beneficiary Deed. Is there actually an open...Read more »
I got a ticket for expired tags on 8/21/21. The highway patrolman said I could pay the ticket online. It's been way past the 10 day waiting period and the ticket is supposed to viewable online to pay, however when I enter my ticket number I keep getting the message that my ticket is with the... Read more »
My HOA president is verbally saying that townhouse owners are responsible for tree trimming. The "community handbook" I was provided when I purchased the townhome 3 months ago very clearly says the HOA is responsible if the tree is 5' away from the unit. The covenants are vague and... Read more »
Anyone can sue for anything. The neighbor could sue for slander of title regarding the lien. There is no guaranty that the neighbor will win, however, and I have a hunch that the HOA's declaration has a one-sided attorneys' fee provision. That means if the HOA wins in litigation it can...Read more »
I deliver in Illinois, a 2 party consent state. I wasn't made aware that the video camera in my vehicle records audio until I found out last week. I also deliver in Missouri. Would it be worth it to sue my employer since I signed no agreement and wasn't verbally notified my audio was... Read more »
A purchase agreement contract has been signed and turned in to the title company. The buyer had to pay for a land survey. The land turned out to be 28 acres instead of 20 acres. Can the seller change the price already agreed upon for the acreage?
A friend recently (~5-6 months ago) signed on with a small company as a photographer/media organizer in Missouri. After a few months, we noticed that she was very frequently working weekends and seemed to have few days off. We asked her about it, and she expressed frustration with her schedule.... Read more »
This would depend on what her contract says, but based on your description, it sounds like her contract is silent on her schedule or hours of work. If this is the case, then there isn't much that can be done from a legal standpoint other than to ensure she is being properly paid for the work...Read more »
I have been in a billing dispute with my hoa. They will not allow access to records or books as afforded in the bylaws. A previous tenant gave me a copy of the cleared check for a debt the hoa claimed had not paid. I requested access to the records they denied. They hired an attorney and racked up... Read more »
The association’s declaration and rules & regulations govern.
You would “have a case” if you sue and a case number is assigned. If you don’t pay the disputed charge then I don’t know what damages you’ve suffered. If you do pay the disputed charge and then sue, you’ll...Read more »
An individual who knows for a fact that he or she will die owning absolutely nothing does not need a will or a living trust. HOWEVER, elderly people have been known to inherit from others well into their 70s, 80s and 90s and then, suddenly, there are assets. It is sad when they did not have a...Read more »
as I was unlocking drug for her,woman said it was for her son with chronic bronchitis. I told her everything we sell in store medical wise is for animals only. She wanted a manager. He without questions gave it to her. I was terminated 2 months later (after Christmas rush) he said she complained I... Read more »
If you believe you were fired for complaining about an unlawful practice then you may file a charge of discrimination with the EEOC at eeoc.gov or with the Missouri Commission of Human Rights at https://labor.mo.gov/mohumanrights/File_Complaint. They will investigate. Although they can sue on...Read more »
I am currently working for a company contracted through a hospital. I applied and was offered a position through the hospital doing something completely different than I am right now. My current employer is telling me I signed a non-compete clause that prevents me from being able to work for the... Read more »
i’m 17, 18 on december 29th. according to the officer, i was going 102 in a 70 zone and was issued a court date for november. this is my first offense. i also use the life360 app which states my top speed was 94mph. what should i do/expect?
Whether you were going 102, 94 or 71, it is still speeding in a 70 zone. Additionally, you do not indicate what you were cited for----was it for speeding or was it for reckless operation, which is a more serious charge. What you should do at a minimum is consult with a traffic ticket lawyer or a...Read more »
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