Adult man lives rent free in family owned home. His mother pays elec, water& taxes even his phone bill. He has numerous arrests and she bails him out every time and pays for private attny. He has a domestic violence conviction, theft & drugs. This is public record, easy enough to prove. She is... Read more »
contact a personal injury lawyer with a summary of all the facts.
normally a parent would not be responsible for an adult child but maybe if mom had a conservatorship? she might be........then there is the issue of why you were in the home knowing of these violent tendencies?
Your question is somewhat confusing, but I will try to sort it out. I am assuming that you are looking for a lawyer to oppose a conservatorship (or a conservatorship proceeding). If the person in question still has his/her faculties, and does not appear to need a conservatorship, then it would...Read more »
I purchased this car for $1500. The registration was pass due and it was almost $400. The engine light came on the time I went to drive it from my home. Ford says I need a whole engine. A important sensor is missing. That is not a overnight problem. I feel as though they sold me lemon.
Went to IA twice. This officer has done numerous things to numerous people. I have never been pulled over or had negative encounters with others in this county. Just him. He’s harassed my fiancé & myself since I flipped him off the day of the valley fire.
Ok, So i purchased 20,000$ (~200 orders) of merchandise from an online e commerce site for my small business, under all my personal info. I only receive 900$ of items from them. I charged back with my credit provider and only got back 14000$ I am out about 5500$. I am not the only one who got... Read more »
One of my flatmates (who is the Master tenant) did not return the deposit of another flatmate on the grounds that his girlfriend was living in his room and they were sneaking in and out. The master tenant (who is still my current flatmate) has requested that I support her in court as a witness. I... Read more »
What options would I have if I purchased a TV stand (online, but live in California [if it makes a difference]), assembled it exactly according to the manual, and without any external force/stimulus (earthquake, draft, etc.), the TV stand broke (wooden legs collapsed/broke, or glass tabletop... Read more »
To be honest, it seems pretty unlikely that every single piece of electronics was damaged so severely that they are all inoperable. Moreover, your stated value of the router is about $40 too high. Similar exaggerations for the value of the other equipment will be devastating to your credibility....Read more »
I live with my girlfriends family at her grandparents house and he just lost a lawsuit for his restaurant so they raided his restaurant to pay the debt if can they raid the house and if so can they take my stuff to pay his debt since its on his property
The short answer is no. You haven't said whether his business was sued or if your wife's grandfather was sued personally. In either event, his creditors cannot satisfy a judgment against anyone but the named defendant against whom they won the judgment, out of his or the judgment debtor's property.
In December 2018 I bought a used 2016 Honda Pilot from a toyota dealership. I wanted to be sure the car was in good condition so I asked numerous times if the car was in an accident. They reassured me it was in perfect condition. I purchased the vehicle and am currently financing it. However, it... Read more »
In December 2018 I purchased a used 2016 Honda pilot from a Toyota dealership, which I am currently financing. I asked on three seperate occasions, before signing any paperwork, if the car had been in any previous accidents and was told repeatedly that the car has NOT been in any accidents and is... Read more »
The case involves breach of contract. Can a husband and wife each be sued for the same contract jointly and severally in two small claims cases to claim $10,000 when the court limit is $5,000? The contract was executed jointly and severally.
In California an individual can sue for up to $10,000 on a personal matter, but is limited to $5,000 on a business matter. You can learn a lot more by using the internet to find the Small Claims Court in the County where you live; logging in to their website, and reviewing the information on Small...Read more »
We were both eating at a restaurant at the time of theft. He left his bag in the backseat. The doors were locked and windows rolled up so no negligence on my part. Who would be responsible? Him? Me? Or both?
Me and my mother rent 2 rooms in my landlord 3 bd home. We have lived here 4 yrs we pay the rent every month full house privileges. In the beginning we had verbal agreement that I would not have overnight guest and he agreed to not allow his female friends who slept over to hang out in the common... Read more »
A verbal agreement means nothing. You are fortunate that you were granted 4 years for you and your mother to live in the owner's house. I have already answered this question once. I presume the Landlord owns the house. If so, it is his house and he can give you notice to leave any time he...Read more »
I was accused by my brother for hitting his car with my truck and driving drunk. I was pulled over but never found to be drunk. Cops responded to my brothers home and they found that I didn't hit his car. I want to sue for defamation. Do I have grounds to do so?
The plaintiff was suing me for 10,000. This amount includes rents collected after my father passed away. I agree I owed her for that, however the deposits I refuse to pay. The plaintiff did not provide a contract, its just word of mouth details. My father was a realtor and he negotiated a lease... Read more »
I don't know the details of your case, but when a plaintiff wins a small claims judgment you have 30 days from the date the judgment is entered into the court record to appeal the judge's decision. If the 30 days have not run, you should immediately file an appeal of the decision with the Court.
Made changes to our original agreement still only verbally. Now he does not want to honor the changes that we agreed to half of time. My question is what can do to ensure that that he will honor the new agreements that were made. Only thing I have in writing is our text messages back and forth... Read more »
Are you renting on a month-to-month basis? If he's violating your verbal agreements or written agreements via text, you might have a basis to sue for breach of contract. You might want to have a lawyer review your facts and possibly try to negotiate a resolution with the landlord. More details are...Read more »
There is a special service bulletin (15682) that covers this repair for free if the car is less than 10 years old. I bought the car a year ago, and only learned of this bulletin after my car was no longer covered. GM also has another service bulletin out for other model cars (12191) that covers... Read more »
i found her two days later through video survelence and made telephone contact with her requesting our puppy be returned. She responded by saying it was inappropriate for me to call her at work then hung up the phone on me. subsequently the police called me back almost immediatly and insisted... Read more »
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