went behind my back and got her P.O.A. from me. He took her to her bank and got a good deal of her savings (She had dementia.) She was in a nursing home and they reported him to the court. The judge sold her house for 88,ooo and 4 lawyers took 58,000. The rest of the money is in the Registry of... Read more »
If there is no court order in place restricting your residence you can move. However, your spouse could file a motion requesting you move back because it is not in the best interest of the child to be moved. But, you get to also counter his argument that it is in the best interest of the child....Read more »
The problem is that the contract was from 3/1 /2020 - 3/31/2021 It was originally supposed to be for 12 months. The realtor agent, K, made a mistake on the contract, ending it at the end of March of 2021 instead of the beginning, making it a 13 month contract. I contacted the agent after I signed... Read more »
I suspect that the lease agreement calls for monthly rent, paid in 6 month increments. Just because the lease is silent (if it is) on when other rent payments are due doesn't make it free. If that's correct, then I suggest you first sue the tenant for the unpaid rent, and find a new...Read more »
You can't unilaterally join a lawsuit. If you have a claim, you can bring your own claim, and maybe - if they're sufficiently related and the parties agree - you can get your suit consolidated with another one.
They have a dress code I have a key but I have a set schedule that is when they are there and when a receptionist is there. I am also paid commission. I am afraid being LLC would hurt me tax wise vs just staying how I am because my write off have gone down since starting with them as I don’t have... Read more »
No, they can't make you have an LLC. However, having one set up properly shouldn't change your tax situation, other than the fact that you'll need to start paying yourself by payroll, with withholding, and keep your business income and expenses separate from your personal income and expenses.
Because of this false information I was slandered with public my health is not good. My blood pressure hit the roof. My depression isolates me. I have a eating disorder (obesity) My reputation is ruined and my kids are getting questioned in public. My stress is making my hair fall out. My nerves... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for a week. I'm sorry for your difficult and painful situation. You could consult with defamation attorneys to discuss whether you have any recourse. Keep in mind that these types of cases are not usually handled like car...Read more »
I am a single-member owner of an LLC. I have a website for my company in which I created all of the blogs for. I submitted a group of published short literary works copyright application and I listed myself as the author but said the claimant is my LLC and that I was transferring the rights to the... Read more »
She had no spouse, parents, siblings, or children. She does have 7 nephews/nieces. I want to get this property sold as I'm working on cleaning up my neighborhood. What can I do? Contact the nephew? What then? I know probate can take a while, but I don't think the extended family knows... Read more »
If you think the family doesn't know about the property, you may want to contact them. Maybe you could work a deal to buy the property, after either the probate of the owner's will, or an heirship proceeding to determine who should inherit her property.
The Only way to transfer title to your grandfather's property is to probate the will. The executor, when appointed by the court, will have authority over your grandfather's property, to dispose of it according to the will. Until that happens, no one has authority to sign anything at all...Read more »
Did the grand jury return with a misdemeanor charge or no bill? Either way, the prosecution does have the right to charge you via bill----this is only an accusation and the prosecution still have to prove each and every element beyond a reasonable doubt. Without knowing more, you may have caught...Read more »
Did you try obtaining a certified copy of the order from the clerk's office and then contacting the Criminal History Error Resolution Unit at Texas DPS? If not, check out this page: https://www.dps.texas.gov/section/crime-records-service/criminal-history-error-resolution
This sounds like such an unusual and strange thing to do that I feel certain there is more to this story. However, on the facts stated, you have no damages. The fur will grow back. Although it would be an assault on a person, animals are property.
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for four weeks. If by filing forms, you mean for pursuing a small claims action, you could check with the courts in your area. Most unified court systems have a small claims section, with do-it-yourself instructions and other resources...Read more »
So my husband's lawyer advised the inheritance was deposited into a account set up by the lawyer but the lawyer cannot distribute or transfer to our personal account for 72 business hours. We have never dealt with something like this and I wanted to know if that sounds correct.
No. A "PA" means professional association. A “professional association” is defined as an association, as distinguished from a partnership or a corporation, that is formed for the purpose of providing the professional service provided by: doctors of medicine, doctors of osteopathy,...Read more »
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