We went to the bank to deposit my 20000 check I signed a paperwork so I could deposit the check
answered on Jan 12, 2022
You would have to sue your nephew for breaching the terms of any written agreement for the loan to him or to the business. If there was no written loan agreement, but it was only an oral understanding, it would be harder to prove. And even if the court issues a judgment for him to repay you, he... Read more »
answered on Jan 5, 2022
No. She can't. It sounds like she just enjoys filing things with the court. She should be sanctioned for sending the child out of state.
Dear Sir, I wish to buy my partner shares. he passed long years ago, the shares are still in this name, what is the easier solution to buy those shares from his grandchildren’s.
answered on Dec 18, 2021
If they own them. The first thing to do is sit down with a lawyer and figure out who owns the shares based on your partnership agreement and his will and/or the probate of the estate.
Hi, I have a question regarding money given between family. My grandpa gave me around 3k to help with our back rent. There was no contract or anything signed between us. He just said, “pay it back when/if you can”. Now he passed away recently & his daughter is threatening to garnish my... Read more »
answered on Dec 16, 2021
A loan does not entitle a person to garnish your wages. They would have to obtain a judgment against you, and garnish wages based upon the judgment obtained against you.
Even if a judgment is obtained and garnishment is attempted, social security, disability, and retirement benefits are... Read more »
Nothing intended for my wife is involved. Just congratulations to their nuptials.
answered on Dec 10, 2021
Generally this would not violate a restraining Order, but you should very carefully review the terms of the no contact Order. While this action may not typically violate a restraining Order, it may not be prudent to reach out to her family while this restraint is in place.
My sister was appointed Executrix of my Fathers estate and another sister Trustee of his trust. The day after my Fathers funeral service the Executrix and her husband and kids started to go through my Fathers house and started clearing it out and giving stuff away on top of whatever she took for... Read more »
answered on Nov 3, 2021
The answer depends on a number of additional factors. A key issue that needs to be addressed is whether the household goods were considered a probate asset, or an asset of your father's Trust. As the other attorneys have advised, the analysis is too complex for an answer on this forum. You... Read more »
The attorney that did my Fathers will and Trust is a close friend of my brother. I have 2 brothers and 3 sisters. I just recently found out from this same brother that he and my other brother and 2 of my sisters went with my Dad to get his will and Trust done. My 2 sisters that were there were put... Read more »
answered on Nov 1, 2021
Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local attorney who handles trusts and estates to review the situation and advise you.
My sister is Executrix of my Fathers Estate and another sister is Trustee of the Trust. I am a beneficiary of the Trust. When I was questioning the Executrix about the inventory of my Fathers estate she became very upset. I was never offered or contacted by the Trustee about getting a copy of the... Read more »
answered on Nov 1, 2021
Talk to the attorney for your father's estate with your questions about the authenticity of the trust document. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local attorney who handles trusts and estates to review the situation and advise you.
Long story short I know what I had an weight when I got arrested but saying i had something else an different weight.
answered on Oct 5, 2021
Through your lawyer, yes, you can have independent experts examine the suspect substance. The state labs will often retest upon request as well.
answered on Oct 4, 2021
Unless she is under a Guardianship/mental disability, you can't. When a person turns 18 the parent has no legal right to require their return. I suggest reaching out and trying to improve the relationship if you want to see her again.
Private club. Former member refusing to leave our property.
He has mobile home on property and refusing to remove it.
Informed that we have to give him access to and from his trailer.
Is he allowed to roam the 30 acre property or can we prevent that?
answered on Oct 1, 2021
File an eviction action and after he is evicted, if he returns, call the local police for any trespassing. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local real estate attorney to file the eviction.
Claiming to visit neighbor who has easement for driveway purposes, they went down my driveway behind house and photographed unlicensed vehicles on my property only visible from the easement. Can it be used as evidence? Thank you
answered on Sep 23, 2021
A more detailed analysis of the situation is necessary to answer your question. There are a few sites you can visit to do some of your own case law research for free. (Links Below) Alternatively, you can visit your local law library to conduct research. Best of luck.... Read more »
a sink hole in the yard where the pool was. What can I do? Are there legal avenues to take?
answered on Sep 20, 2021
If the seller had removed the pool, and there were no problems, there might have been no duty to disclose it. Find out the cost to correct to the sinkhole problem, then use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local real estate litigation attorney to review all the facts and advise you what action... Read more »
I want to be with her to as she's done alot to catch my attention how should I proceed? I'm in Ohio and the age of consent is 16 and I'm a bit confused on how that works exactly any help or advice would be much appreciated
answered on Aug 20, 2021
You are a creep. To ask this question you know its wrong regardless of whether it is legal. You should obey her parent's wishes until she has completed school and has started her career. Career is not a part time job
I cannot find where this civil place is to file a claim and no one will tell me where to go to get my funds and I cannot find it on line anywhere? They are supposed to send me a notice of forfeiture within 60 days and it is much longer now. How can I find this civil place that is holding my money?... Read more »
answered on Aug 3, 2021
You need to sit down privately with an attorney. It sounds like someone, its unclear who, affected a civil forfeiture and took your money and, if that wasn't bad enough, you under criminal investigation. That's a lot going on to try to deal with by yourself.
She left the house to her sister. I knew that. However, they took the business name and accounts and took control of the business PO Box and all incoming checks and entered them into probate in Greene Co. Ohio. I subsequently had to file all necessary paperwork and obtain a new federal EIM and new... Read more »
answered on Jul 19, 2021
If there is an operating agreement or partnership agreement for the company, you could make a claim for your share of the ownership. If any of your personal property was removed from the house, you could make a claim for return of that. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local attorney to... Read more »
My fence was installed prior to current neighbor living nextdoor. Original neighbor did not want fence so I specifically had it built inside the property line. Now the current neighbor wants to connect to my fence. I do not want to ajoin. If I say no, how close can they install a new fence on the... Read more »
answered on Jul 15, 2021
You need to check first with your local zoning ordinance. There should be a provision regarding fences and set back from property line. Your fence may be in violation of the set back rules. Allowing your neighbor to connect to your fence may be less expensive than removing your fence and placing... Read more »
The police said I was considered a resident because I visited my mom for a few days and it was a civil matter. I don't live in her home so I'm not sure how I am a resident. What can I do to retrieve my stolen property? What are my rights?
answered on Jul 5, 2021
If your mom has home insurance, see if it covers personal property, then file a claim.
Its actually 2 in ten years and 3 in 20 years is what the person has. The court is trying to drop it to an unclassified misdemeanor 1 and I don't see how that is even possible considering the indictment was signed by a grand jury for the Felony 4 ovi. You can't just change something... Read more »
answered on Jun 21, 2021
They can and do amend charges all the time. It seems like an odd mistake to make owing to how simple it is to count years and convictions, but the mistake was made and so it has to be corrected. There's no violation of civil rights. The defendant gets a huge benefit here, why would he not want... Read more »
He tricked us into thinking he was licensed and knew what he was doing.he didn't and now he wants 35000.00 when we did not agree to that
answered on Jun 11, 2021
Anyone can demand anything. You can refuse to pay him. He could then sue you, and you could defend the lawsuit and counterclaim for fraud.
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