That is a much more complicated answer than it may seem. I would highly encourage you to reach out to lawyer to discuss further. Most lawyers on here, myself included, offer free consultations to see how we can help you out, or at the very least guide you in the right direction.
Your question remains open for two weeks. If you added some additional details (Was there a contract involved?, Was it a loan, a gift?; Was it the sale of an item?, How did the matter originate?, etc.), a Texas attorney might be able to provide some input here. You don't need to include personal...Read more »
I'm very sorry for your loss. You could check with an attorney in the Probate or Estate Planning sections, or repost, adding those categories to your question. Hopefully, an attorney in that area might be able to provide guidance here. Good luck
You have not disclosed enough information. Is the seller the same person who transferred title? And where is the vehicle? Your title may be fraudulent, so you may wish to call DOS about its status. The bill of sale may not have been actually consummated, especially if you have the vehicle...Read more »
You'd need to contact the school district's transportation office. But I would think from the child care facility's perspective, if the bus stop is on their property, they are incurring significant liability, and absolutely can limit access to that bus stop to enrolled children.
As a general matter, cancellation can mean termination of something, such as a membership or contract. Cancellation is generally deemed to be more permanent in nature than suspension. But it all depends on context and usage. Good luck
This is a very broad question and sounds like something that could be difficult to acquire statistics on phrased the way it is. What is a success rate - is it cases settled prior to trial, cases successfully tried, cases that litigants choose to use the court system rather than arbitration, or some...Read more »
What document needs to be typed up to protect myself and him with the car where if I’m late on payment he can come get it from me ? Just looking to protect myself where he can’t couldn’t get it for no reason .after I making payments every month.
Repossession rights to the car would be generally be determined by the terms of the underlying loan agreement. You could consult with a Louisiana attorney if your agreement has any conditions to be concerned about. But as a general matter, if the agreement is legal and valid, focusing on complying...Read more »
Dept of safety came up with 3 Past offences all dated in the 90s. The info is wrong. Like the phone number doesn't exist,the county is wrong,the ticket number isn't right. I've called around and tried to get it straightened out but no one can find the tickets the dmv have on their file.
I have a customer that found an ancient artifact on his property....The Smithsonian said it was around 5,000 years old and he is looking to sell it for money and is first going to get an appraisal. Once it is appraised he is wondering what type of attorney he would need to protect this asset and... Read more »
There are attorneys who deal with archeological artifacts and antiquities, but it is not a widespread and common area of practice. Larger firms would be likelier to have someone knowledgeable in that area. Aside from the conventional searches on this site, the Internet, or through the State Bar of...Read more »
Just because of a job dismissal licenses are not revoked. But if someone makes a complaint to the Regulatory Board about the reasons for the firing, then the Board/Issuing Agency may act upon the Licensee for those reasons.
Is there more than one way to get money to somebody from their bank, over seas who is not a citizen of that country? I was told that the only way they could do it was to go thru somebody else's account and that person had to send it to them from their account. I think its a scam, am I right?
My mom was murdered right outside of a Family Dollars. leaving a Family Dollars with her twin sister a man who we believe she may have had a restraining order on shot her in the head and then proceeded to shoot her twin sister but the gun jammed then he turned the gun on himself. It's also believed... Read more »
It isn't clear if you're being sued, or you anticipate being sued. If you're being sued, attorneys should be able to advise you of an hourly figure for defending the matter when you show them the summons and complaint. Don't delay there because if you were served with papers, regardless of the...Read more »
If it was a criminal manner, then an Arrest Warrant can issue which is executed by arrest, or an Indictment which is also executed by arrest. If it is a civil manner, either a Default Judgment against you can be entered, or if you are a witness, a possible contempt citation could occur.
I came in with a jacket on and went to the candy section. I walked down a couple aisles looking at ingredients of various products. The clerk then tells me that my jacket is suspicious and that I should take it off if I want to stay in the store. I comply and continue looking. The clerk then tells... Read more »
On its face, it appears to be an unpleasant encounter brought about by suspicion, and not a courteous manner in which to treat a store visitor. It could be the type of experience one would want to forget about, but if you believe that a violation of your rights took place, you could set up a...Read more »
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