William N. Sosis' answer Appeals from trial court decisions are 'as of right', so most likely yes. But a reliable answer requires that you first speak with an attorney. An attorney will evaluate the specific facts of your case before providing you with the best answer. However, the courts use strict rules and timetables so if you want to appeal act fast and contact an attorney for a no-cost consultation.
Leonard R. Boyer's answer More information is required to answer your questions. Depending on your overall financial situation, Bankruptcy may be right for you. An experienced FL Bankruptcy attorney will be able to determine which type of Bankruptcy is the correct one for you. Good luck. THIS IS NOT LEGAL ADVICE! YOU NEED TO SPEAK TO AN ATTORNEY WHO IS LICENSED IN YOUR STATE FOR LEGAL ADVICE. This is merely suggestions for you to think about in discussing your situation with the local attorney.
Leonard R. Boyer's answer Your situation requires an in person consultation with an experienced immigration attorney. Immigration is a very complex area of law. It is a lot more than merely filling out forms. You need to retain an immigration attorney to handle all immigration proceedings. This prevents errors that can sometimes prove costly and may even be irreversible. You should always seek to obtain the best attorney that you can afford and not let geographic restrictions stand in the way. Some immigration attorneys...
H. Scott Aalsberg Esq.'s answer You would need to read your insurance policy to see exactly what is and what is not covered every policy is different although some common rules are present which generally prevent purposeful acts or acts against the law.
If this behavior persist and it has never been addressed, it could impact custody aspects of a divorce. Based on your circumstances, it would be best to contact an experienced family law attorney to address your specific concerns and ensure you understand your rights.
Leonard R. Boyer's answer There is no way of knowing who will win the sheriff sale. This is very different from an auction. If it was a short sale, you do not control anything, the lender does and statistically most short sales fail.
Jubilo Lopes Afonso's answer Im sure there are lawyers that are willing to help you but that depends on if you have a viable claim. And unfortunately you did not provide us with much information to go on. Please advise on what the underlying claim is regarding and why you believe the attorney committed malpractice.
Jubilo Lopes Afonso's answer Do you have a lease which allows him to charge you late fees as additional rent? If you do, then it is considered rent, and every month you haven't paid it, it could be considered late. If you don't have a lease or it doesn't state that the late fees are considered rent, then he can't enforce that against you in landlord tenant court.
Leonard R. Boyer's answer Any time, prior to purchasing a foreclosure, you need to retain an experienced mortgage foreclosure attorney, who will have the expertise to help you avoid problems with foreclosed properties, which can have devastating financial consequences for the uneducated and unprepared. Now you need to retain a landlord-tenant attorney to handle this matter. Good luck.
William N. Sosis' answer Children have a right to see both their parents. A custodial parent cannot unilaterally decide to stop the other parent from parenting his children and being part of their lives. Unless your Order prohibits your parenting time or imposes certain restrictions then it's likely your parenting rights have been violated and you need to have the court enforce your rights. You need a family law attorney to review and discuss the matter with you. Contact a family law attorney that will give you a...
Jay Schmerler's answer If the insurance check is related to a policy refund or some claim made by or for the decedent, then those funds are part of the estate. It should be deposited into the estate account and can then be used for any estate expenses. I don't understand why your sister "wants it back". If it was your sister's insurance policy, then it was likely a short term loan to pay the funeral expenses.
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