If your legal husband has received an order of protection from a relative of yours in Cass County Court, it's essential to carefully review the documents provided to determine whether his appearance in court is required. Typically, orders of protection involve court hearings where both parties...View More
In Missouri, if you're unable to repay a loan, the lender may have several options, depending on the type of loan and the agreement you signed. It's important to first understand the terms of your loan, especially regarding default and collateral.
I don't even want this car but in order for me to stay at my apartment their rules are all cars must be registered or will be towed. I was hoping I had other options to get around this but as of right now I'm in a bad situation and need this resolved asap. I've done a little research... View More
A Missouri attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. One option could be to check with motor vehicles how long they take to process a replacement title, and if the process could be expedited. Good luck
I'm not sure if you are stating that you filed a motion and served the plaintiff with a copy or if you simply wrote a letter to the judge. If the latter, then no. If the former, then you'll have to argue your duly noticed motion and win. Hire an attorney if you can afford one.
My husband and I recently got divorced after being separated for 15 years. He did the paperwork without me and did not include me changing my name back in the decree. So as it stands, it seems I have to go to court to get my name changed back. I have a two-part question: 1. How much of a hassle is... View More
I've ended that contract agreement and listed the property with a different company. The former company still list my property on their website and others (airbnb, expedia, etc.) as managed by them. I've requested in writing three times for them to remove my property from their listings... View More
If they won't take your request seriously, I think that a stern letter from an attorney will get you some results. If not, you could hire an attorney and sue for misrepresentation or tortious interference with contract.
Yesterday, I bought a Volvo 850 turbo from a dealer in independence Missouri. He told me that the car was in perfect running condition and that everything was great. He just had the oil changed, a new battery, and more. I got the car it ran great I signed the title and left. I drove less than 20... View More
I’m sorry to hear that. You can sue but it will be your burden to come up with admissible evidence showing that the seller knew about then problem and lied to you. At this point you’ve only articulated highly suspicious timing between the sale and breakdown. Consult with a consumer lawyer...View More
It would depend on the program. If you get a certification from some place that no employer knows then don’t expect much weight to be given to it. You are better off going somewhere local and interning at a firm to get experience.
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