A Tennessee attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. As a general matter in such a setting, you might search research online to see if similar petitions are viewable, or seek the guidance of local government agencies. You could also consult with a Tennessee attorney -...Read more »
Both retailer & Mgfr agree defective. But we took the Law Tag off. We did not receive instructions from retailer as to Warranty nor did we receive a warranty booklet/tag upon delivery. The retailer offered 50% but rescinded after we went to TN Div of Consumer Affairs. We purchased $7,500.00... Read more »
At this point, with your post still remaining open, you could try to arrange a brief consult with a Tennessee attorney familiar with consumer law to advise you whether this would be viable to pursue, and your options under arbitration, small claims, or other venues. Unfortunately, the recent...Read more »
I have had correspondence with lawfirm who agreed to payments on a debt. Today there was a card from a lady who tried to serve me for a lawsuit. I haven’t been able to find anything about the lawsuit yet and am unsure of how i would find this. Any advice? The payments have not defaulted.
If a lawsuit has been filed, it is a public record at the courthouse. However, it will only be filed in one county ( not all of them) and many times, the plaintiff has a choice as to which county they may elect to file in. For example, if the debt is the result of an auto accident, the plaintiff...Read more »
They helped us mive from GA to TN 2 years ago. We made a partial payment to them and they moved most of our stuff. They had to go back and get a few remaining possessions and have held onto them while waiting for us to pay the remaining balance. We've had financial difficulties and have... Read more »
You are better off first complying with all Court Sentencing requirements, then contacting the Department of Safety and complying with their requirements to obtain a Tennessee Driver's License. Putting the alcohol device on the car is expensive and you need to get your money's worth...Read more »
Sorry, but much more information is needed to determine where you sound file for divorce. Based on the brief info provided, my first impression is to hire an attorney in Louisiana. Louisiana law differs from the rest of the United States in some ways because of its history as a French colony (...Read more »
yes, if you get sued and lose, the judgment against you becomes a lien on ANY property you own. The judgment is good for 10 years, and will attach to property you acquire in the future during that 10 year period. Perhaps you should consult a bankruptcy lawyer.
I am disabled, been through many recent surgeries and I have the final hearing coming up next week. The arbitrator is horribly conflicted with the opposing attorney. Is there a motion I can file in the original county court, or even federal to not only slow this train, but also bring attention as... Read more »
the mother never shows up for court. the mediation never gets settled. the courts do not punish her for contempt. and i have ran out of money to keep paying an attorney for this issue. Can i sign my parental rights away?
Yes, but you still have to pay child support until someone adopts the children or they reach age of majority.
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