These people let me move in there house which has been empty for a year...The helped me out and only charged me $300 dollars for rent because my SSDI was not much.. I have been staying for about I months now.. I got a phone call telling me I had to move out in 2 months because they wanted to enjoy... Read more »
It really depends if there is a written lease. If there is a lease setting out a term (length of time) that the lease is valid for they cannot evict you before the end of that lease unless they have some cause to do so. If it is only a verbal lease it is normally presumed that it is a month to...Read more »
Before my grandparents passed away. I helped on the farm..When things got broken, grass needed to be cut or anything on the 55 acres I would do. My father passed away when I was 15, do I least get my father's half? My uncle is making me move out of a place that is my home, the place is still going... Read more »
You need to hire a probate attorney to help you sort this out. You may or may not be entitled to a share of your grandparent's estate, but you need to act quickly so you do not lose your rights due to failure to timely assert them in the probate case.
If there is a substantial change in circumstance you can always request a change in custody. It would be a good idea to reach out to a family law attorney in your area that can advise you on the best course of action. If you are served with any paperwork regarding the child you need to make sure to...Read more »
Then out of no where he took the dog from me and refused to let me see him or get him for two years. He went to jail for about two months recently but contacted me before hand and asked me if i could keep our dog while he was in there. Now that hes out, hes wanting to come get the dog. If i dont... Read more »
He would have to file a claim and delivery action in Magistrate Court to force you to return the dog. If you both have an ownership interest in the dog you have just as much right to keep the dog as he does. If on the other hand he can prove that he is the sole owner of the dog then the court would...Read more »
A complaint can be filed in magistrate court as long as the amount is less than $7,500.00 and present this issue to a magistrate to resolve. It would probably be a good idea to speak with an attorney in your area to see if they might be able to help you with this. In some cases attorneys will take...Read more »
You need to contact an attorney in your area that does probate work. Without more information it is going to be really hard to answer your question. Who's name is the property in? Did your father's estate go through probate?
I would recommend that you call and speak to a probate attorney in...Read more »
The apts. have been here for at least 40 years. I've been here 17 yrs. No upgrade or anything. New owners come from New York City , Bought the property and now tacking all these fees on us, pest fee:$5.00, Community Fee: $10.00, Renter's ins. $12:00 for the building only, My rent now is $975.00... Read more »
You would need to take a look at the lease that you signed. The written lease determines the duties and obligations between the parties. in most cases leases are signed for one year at a time and landlords are within their rights to increase rent and fees from year to year but not during a lease...Read more »
The age of consent in the State of SC is 16 years old so the 20 year old can not be charged with statutory rape. That being said, a 20 year old could be charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor in certain situations.
I'm confused because I never discussed bankruptcy and never filed for bankruptcy I don't understand why that would be the data source so I'm trying to find out if I do actually have some kind of warrant out that's legitimate
My brother and sister are the executors for my fathers date.. They elected to pay a lawyer because they were asked questions about the finances. It’s been over a year and no final accounting and they continue to file extensions. Now the lawyer is ill in the ICU and brother says they can not-... Read more »
I am not licensed in SC, but I am licensed in six other states, and that would not ring true in any of them. If you want to fire your existing, incapacitated attorney and hire a healthy, upright attorney, I believe you can, and you should, of course.
If you your family were hurt, you need to at least get a consultation. I suggest you contact attorney Carl Jacobson in Charleston, an attorney of great experience who gives free consultations. Tell him I suggested you call. Don't give any statements or talk about where you hurt to any company until...Read more »
no but you may have other issues. You need to watch what statements you give--and which he gives. Do thank him for not filing charges. Thinking you have permission isn't theft--but talk to an injury attorney if it was someone else's fault and you were hurt.
You should submit a standard form (SF) 180 to the National Archives. The forms are available online. If there are errors on the DD214 or you need to upgrade your discharge, there is a process for that as well.
The owner says we cannot get a refund because we did not purchase insurance. Our reply was that it's not our fault that everything has closed down and we intended on being there until the virus pandemic hit. We are not at fault neither is the hotel but what kind of vacation would it be when you... Read more »
Unless the hotel itself closes or otherwise does something that makes it impossible for you to stay there you will be unsuccessful suing the hotel. The room rate you paid is not contingent on the beaches in the area being open.
If he was a permissive user, that means he had permission to use the car by the owner, or someone who had permission by the owner, he may be okay. The insurance company wants you to file charges against him so they don't have to pay the claim. If you contact an attorney I'm sure they will be able...Read more »
Other illegal issues aside (drinking while driving, etc.,) If he was using the car with the permission of the owner, then perhaps not. You need to talk to an attorney and give more details but it is possible he will be ok. I wish you well.
sc rules state that ebikes can go on paths, but our paths are for residents getting exercise who are generally 60+, children on bikes, residents with pets, casual bicylers, etc . we want to restrict bikes to the street and not the paths. can you help?
My long term boyfriend who is also the father of my kids is extremely verbally abusive and occasionally physically abusive to me over his paranoid insecurities. Several police reports have been filed and he was even arrested but not charged in one case. I just want him to move out of the home that... Read more »
Your only option at this moment in time (given coronavirus closures) is to file a petition for an order of protection or to move out yourself. If you can't afford a local attorney to help with this, sclegal.org assists people with this issue if you qualify.
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