My emotionally abusive ex forced me into signing an agreement to pay a bill. Being scared of him I signed the paper saying I will pay it. I've regretted it and wish I never signed, he now tells me if I don't pay him he will bring me to court.
My mom lived in her house from 95 until she past 2019. They divorced so she can get her window benefits from previous marriage. To help myself out will the bills. He also removed her off the house to get it refinance. My mom was the one who purchased the house with hurricane Andrew insurance money.... Read more »
If you cannot get in touch with your attorney you can call the judicial assistant to schedule a status conference. At that hearing you can notify the court that you will be moving forward without an attorney. You could also meet with another attorney to see if they are willing to take over your...Read more »
It could depend on the entire context. If the impersonation has no consequences and involves an innocent practical joke with a friend, it's possible it might mean nothing. If it involves impersonation of a physician, prosecutor, or someone whose position has legal significance in a serious setting,...Read more »
He made an unfortunate comment to a receptionist at his doctor's office when she told him he couldn't get an appointment until January. The Jist was he wanted to shoot himself in the head rather than wait because of the pain he is in. Is there any way to expedite his release? What is the process?
I got my puppy when she was 6 weeks old and I have paid for everything for her even her vet bills. And my name is on the vet papers saying I own her. My mom decided to give her away and won’t tell me where she is. Am I allowed to sue her for taking my “property”?
Technically yes. She stole your property - that's a crime. If she sold your property that's also a crime. You can sue your mother in small claims court or report the incident to police and have her charged.
The guy didn't pay rent to live there and left the box in my room for more than 1 whole year. He still visits the apartment frequently and is fully aware that the box is still there but hasn't given any incentive to take it with him. Am I allowed to dispose of said box? This is a tenant to non... Read more »
Do you mean a box spring (which may have some value) or the box which a mattress was in when it was purchased (trash, presumably)? Give the person who owned it notice that if he doesn't remove it in a reasonable time you will throw it out.
I am a dialysis patient from out of state. I need to renew my driver's license and at the dmv they asked if I ever fainted and I was honest and said yes due to low blood pressure but it was serval months ago. Now they gave me paperwork to give to my doctor to fill out to make sure I'm able to... Read more »
An attorney is not qualified to make a determination here as to a safety violation. You're asking about a medical opinion on the actions of an examining physician; only another physician who could review the file documents might possibly be able to make a conclusion as to actions/inactions...Read more »
Unless you are an officer of the federal government, no one would file against you in the U.S. Court of Claims. Someone perhaps dialed your number by mistake or, perhaps more likely, it's some sort of a scam.
I put all trash in the dumpsters that has fallen out and break down boxes. I also compact trash OUTSIDE the dumpster with my hands as well as i can so there's more room for trash. I also line the dumpsters up as the trashman is busy after he unloads them. For instance, last night a neighbor... Read more »
The sigiture is forged an the will outs the benafisharery all together an wills all asses an the benafisharery is also on the life insure policy as benafisharery an the wishes of the place mint of the ashes es are not where the fake will stats
Woman’s leg is rotting, she’s wheelchair bound and spouse is supposed to care for her. She can’t move from the waist down, and this morning he says she’s been hiding that her leg has a gaping wound and is rotting. If he was bathing her and changing her clothes and assisting in the bathroom... Read more »
The contract is an "as is" contract. Line 23, " The following items are excluded from the purchase" is blank. The real estate agent told us that everything in the house would remain except for a few personal items that the seller would take with him on a commercial flight to Nebraska. However,... Read more »
My neighbor is harassing me she has video cameras on her food truck at the end of it on the air-conditioner that is pointing to my house she is threatening to serve me papers because of my husband getting up and going to work at five in the morning and his friend picking him up he doesn’t read... Read more »
Your neighbor can record your activities from her property. And your husband can, if he wants, leave the house early in the morning. You didn't say what you want to know, but I don't see that either of you has a case.
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