Una de las partes implicadas construyó la pared medianera hace varios años. La otra parte que no aportó a la construcción alega el muro esta cediendo. El muro no ha sido examinado por un perito en construcción y aparenta estar en buen estado. La parte peticionaria solicita al Tribunal la parte... Read more »
answered on Oct 6, 2022
La respuesta a su pregunta depende en dónde se construyó la pared medianera. Si se halla en el terreno de una de las partes, ese dueño es quien debe asumir el costo. Si se halla en el medio exacto entre ambas propiedades (o sea, que la pared medianera toca ambas propiedades, ambos dueños... Read more »
Post Maria in Puerto Rico involved major debris clean up. My brother happened to be standing by the wall the date the contracted crew did the damage to my wall when removing neighborhood debris. He was instructed to fill out local police which he did dated 12/2017. Then in 04/2018 when my... Read more »
answered on Aug 31, 2022
This looks like it involves hurricane-related damage that took place in Puerto Rico. The attorneys who practice there could advise better on this. You could repost under "Puerto Rico." You'll see a link, "Show More States." When you click that, you'll see... Read more »
answered on Jun 3, 2022
El Código Penal de Puerto Rico define el delito de extorsión como "Toda persona que, mediante violencia o intimidación, o bajo pretexto de tener derecho como funcionario o empleado público, obligue a otra persona a entregar bienes o a realizar, tolerar u omitir actos, los... Read more »
They are causing a lot of problems and neighbors are saying abuse is even happening in the house . Abuse to the elderly
answered on May 13, 2020
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You have been notified by a third party that your Grandmother is being subjected to Elderly Abuse. You must immediately call the Puerto Rico Abuse Hotline at (787) 725-9788 or (787) 721-8225 and report the abuse. In addition you can contact the... Read more »
Previous marriage. Together the only had one child which is me. My father is try to sell the house in Puerto Rico my mother didn’t not leave a will. Can her other kids receive money from the sell or no
answered on Mar 17, 2020
In a simple explanation. When your mother passed away half of the estate passes to you father and the other half is divided between you and your relatives. In a more technical one, the estate gets divided in half first as we first explained and then it will get evaluated an... Read more »
Can mother get introuble by law for holding them and not giving them up
answered on Mar 5, 2020
As a parent you can request documents and credentials of your dependents. If they're of legal age they can request the documents themselves. If the mother prevents you from exercising your parental rights, you can file in court to validate those rights and have visitation... Read more »
answered on Sep 3, 2019
Hello and thank you for using JUSTIA. In the state of Florida the legal age of majority is 18. Since you are a resident of over said age you are legally emancipated and thus are an adult byou can legally marry your boyfriend without your father's consent. You are of legal age.
answered on Nov 9, 2017
Under a case of custody or visitations you can allege Parental Alienation.
I would like to know if there is any recent case about a violation to the right of the parents to homeschool their children.
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