Family member was caregiver for grandmother was supposed to pay mortgage,bills.. Never paid mortgage. grandmother will lose house foreclosure, she's out $20,000. Family member left grandmother bank account $0. Grandmother's social security check went into bank account&stimulus checks... Read more »
Do I tell my attorney about the third one? The trooper straight lied said I was doing 90. I was only doing 80 I know it’s faster than the speed limit but it sure the heck wasn’t 90! I already have my attny fighting the first 2 and they also said 90 mph. Allegedly. But reduced to a speed much... Read more »
Invest in your freedom, liberty, and record by retaining a capable criminal defense attorney to help you evaluate your options, and formulate your best defense, in confidence. they will also help to discern if you qualify to participate in the diversion program.
Your driveway may be the easement by past agreement. If there is a recorded document that gave the back property an easement across your driveway then that would explain it. The easement passes from owner to owner, and whoever owns the back property holds the easement, has the right. It "runs...Read more »
One of my brothers is considering buying the house. We will naturally charge him a lot less than the appraised price. Does the mortgage go with the house or are we responsible for paying it off before we sell it to him?
First a determination of who are the titled owners should be made. If the Mortgage is not satisfied and released, the brother takes the improved real property subject to the Mortgage. Apparently none of you all are personally liable on the Note, but if not paid, Foreclosure occurs. Remember...Read more »
The lane was right turn only, with no traffic coming from traffic on the opposite side. The lane was marked at least 100 feet before turn. Front driver stops short. Meant to go straight, but there was no way to go straight in the lane they were in. No turn signals.
Every retirement plan is governed by plan documents. Those documents are summarized by a Summary Plan Description. HR can give you the summary plan description. Also, every retirement plan has a Plan Administrator. Make a request to the Plan Administrator identified in the Summary Plan Description...Read more »
There is a website called the Rhode Island Public Portal that you can use to confirm what they are saying. Maybe when you search you will find the case. Also, if you have any paperwork that has the case number, that would help to identify the case.
My 90 year old dad recently lost his wife of 30 years. When he married her, he moved into her house which was in her name. He has contributed to this house for the 30 years he has lived in it. Deceased wifes children have told him that nothing in the house belongs to him and he is entitled to... Read more »
It is unclear from whom or what you wish to get your rescue pet back from. If the pet was stolen from you, you may try contacting the police. If an owner with superior title has taken the pet, you may have to file a civil case. Make arrangements to meet with your local attorney to discuss all of...Read more »
The court date is in 5 months and it seems the neighbor has pointed their cameras at his front driveway to enforce no contact. After research we found this is legal as the area is deemed public with no expectation of privacy. However the partners statement was made immediately while under distress... Read more »
This public forum is not the place to discuss the details. As much as you want to help, remaining silent is your friend's right. Your friend will be best served by the confidential advice of a licensed attorney.
Meet with an attorney who specializes in this area to evaluate all of the detail in private. If you are a member of a collective bargaining unit, there may be other avenues to explore for resolution as well.
If the contract states a time of payment, then you can sue at any time after the due date. If there is no due date, then you can sue after a reasonable amount of time has passed. After a reasonable amount of time has passed and no payment, a common practice is to send a second notice. Usually you...Read more »
The life estate might provide some protection. A trust might provide more, especially during your life. But, at some point in the future, if he and she are living there and you have passed on, then he will probably own the property outright. It would be hard at that point for him to prevent her...Read more »
My son was in a car accident with another party. Small accident where he rear ended the person in front of them. No one was hurt but his air bad went off. Small dent to the persons mini van. The women stated to me at the scene she was in route to a catering activity (and this wasn’t her vehicle)... Read more »
A Rhode Island attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a GENERAL principle nationwide, one could sue for damages they sustained by another vehicle - that seems to be the central crux of your concerns when you ask whether her claim means anything.
The is no law or automatic mandate that requires the noncustodial parent to meet the custodial parent’s romantic interest before the child is permitted to be in the presence of the romantic interest. Sometimes, the details regarding when children will meet a romantic interest of a parent are...Read more »
This is not the place to conduct condo association business. Meet with your attorney in private to discuss the impact of this proposed revision. §34-36.1 will likely come up during your consultation http://webserver.rilin.state.ri.us/Statutes/TITLE34/34-36.1/INDEX.HTM
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