The money was in a timelocked bank account since I was a kid but somehow NYS said the account was inactive and they claimed the money. We got the money sent back to us but can I use it now as opposed to the original date agreed upon? It’s not in an account anymore so does it still need to follow... Read more »
My step father passed away Dec. 11, 2017, and there wasn't anyone on his banking accounts, I was told I needed to apply as administrator to close out accounts, but I can't as I am a step child. My uncle is his closest living relative we can't find his biological daughter. If my uncle isn't on the... Read more »
How would I proceed regarding a property Deed that was signed over to me via power of attorney. The property was originally between a mother and son, the mother signed deed over to me and which I submitted into the CC office for recording (received verification letter for the recording from CC... Read more »
I started a new business account and the initial deposit was released from hold so I immediately started writing checks to my associates and now they put a stop on every check I wrote and say the are investigating but can not tell me what they are investigating for and have no time frame. I can not... Read more »
The lawyer wants double the amount of the original bill to settle the matter. He has a F rating with the BBB and has terrible reviews all over the internet. Is there a statue of limitations for this in NY?
A NY retailer received $20K in credit card payments, and as a direct result, spent $10K in shipping. Only after, it was discovered the $20K was fraudulent. She is ready+willing to return the $20K. But this leaves her with a loss of $10K. Can she compel the bank or payment processor to make her... Read more »
My payments were and still always on time 100%, my car was taken by the city marshals for tickets, the bank called me and said they had paid remaining balance, that all i had to do was make a payment of $1245.00 to get it back, this was on 8/29.. at no given moment was a deadline or disclosure of... Read more »
I was offered a job and after a on the phone interview i got the job i was told they would send me a checl for work meterials i was to deposit it the send the money to the supplier for the materials so i dis they sent me two other checks and before i did anything the first one bounced and i was... Read more »
I have been renting a unit from a complex for 3 years. It's come to my attention that the owed fees to the unit are well passed being caught up. And I have continued to pay the same monthly rent, after well into a year of the owed balances being paid.
my dad and i have a joint accnt from when i was 17 and has never participated in my account, never made any deposits/withdrawals/anything, only upon my request to take out cash for me sometimes when i needed, his participation was just to accompany a minor in opening an account and purely for... Read more »
Your Dad, if eligible needs to file Bankruptcy, otherwise, you probably won't be able to get it back. To properly answer your questions and address your concerns, the best way to handle this is with an in person consultation with an experienced bankruptcy attorney.
You may want to open a new box to avoid any legal issues. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney such as myself. You can read more about me, my credentials, awards, honors, testimonials, and media...Read more »
We're not partners, he owns a retail business and I'll be managing his business on amazon and further on online as part of a service our company provides. I'll also have to sign his checks and be on top of everything. Can someone please tell me the specific form I need?
Your options may depend on your type of business entity and shareholder/member agreements currently in place. In general, you will need a power of attorney. Preferably, you may appoint the individual as a manager of the business, with all powers necessary to conduct the operations and business...Read more »
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