I didn't give my niece permission to live here and now I've got problems with her behavior parole board is coming to search premises because I've complained about her being here. I'm not equipped to care for financially or otherwise to have her here shes aggressive, difficult,... Read more »
Unfortunately, if she has been staying there for over 30 days, you will have to evict her or make a claim that she is violating her parole conditions. If you do the latter (Parole Vio.), she will go back to prison.
Maybe you should tell her she had better find a new place, or face a...Read more »
An attorney could help you by looking in the real estate records. Some estate planning attorneys file trusts there. Also, if you can remember who the estate planning attorney was, you can contact the attorney for a copy.
If neither of those work, our law in Texas states that the...Read more »
That lawyer was contacted by other lawyers and a class action suit was proposed. My case was then sent to a larger firm and my lawyer has since claimed inability to discuss the case. I don not know where the case was sent and haven't been contacted since March 2021. Is there any way to find... Read more »
My boyfriend health issues are as follows. High Blood Pressure, COPD,Severe Back and knee problems, Arthritis, Sleep Apena and Congested Heart Failure. Is there any way he can get medically released because of his health
MRIS is a program in the texas department of Corrections that allows for screening and movement into a more medically intensive environment for a prisoner. There is a process to get evaluated and then the Doctors and /or administrators decide what measures of care and/or even release, would be best...Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I could only speak for the personal injury aspects of your question; a landlord-tenant attorney could advise on the tenant rights-related aspects. There are injury firms that handle mold cases. But nationwide in...Read more »
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Homeowner in Texas. I contracted with (name withheld) for concrete and electrical work. I paid 50% upon signing. Work started 5 weeks after the estimated start date. They worked 3 days (some light excavation) and then all communication abruptly ceased 3 weeks ago. The contractor is unreachable by... Read more »
If I were to take this case, I would start by reading your contract and creating an effective litigation strategy. After outlining the strategy, I would move forward with the plan. It looks like you have taken a few steps already, but it does not look like you have taken any formal steps. If your...Read more »
Upon divorce, usually a couple's community property is divided in a manner that the court deems "just and right." Generally speaking, when a lay person talks about a spouse getting half of something if there is a divorce, they are talking about the "just and right"...Read more »
Can a HOA Board member continue to serve on board after resigning, “effective immediately” then withdrawing 36hrs later? Both were sent via email to board & prop. Mngr, who replied to resignation asking the board how they want to proceed to fill vacancy. No director replied to either... Read more »
If he is indeed not a director, his actions likely would not be binding on the HOA unless it subsequently ratifies them. Probably the best course of action at this point would be to hold a directors meeting and have the Board pass a resolution ratifying all of his previous actions.
No, but they can make it a condition of continued employment under many circumstances. If such a test is “job related and consistent with business necessity,” the employer can require a COVID-19 test as a condition of continued employment. This is largely being interpreted as meaning will the...Read more »
He would need to have the means to re-immigrate to the United States and apply for an immigrant visa to return. However, depending on what type of “trouble” he had, he might not be eligible for the visa. You should discuss his case with an immigration attorney to determine if he has a...Read more »
Unless your court order states that you must be notified, the custodial parent is not required to inform you. However, good co-parenting would warrant that the custodial parent would want to inform you...in case anything happens with the child.
I worked part time for a company making the $7.25 minimum hourly wage. The company also had a tip pool on top of their pay, and employees were tipped equally every day. When I quit the job, the manager told me that they were going to withhold my tips from the previous day I had already worked. They... Read more »
This is a tricky situation. Under federal law, employers are generally only required to pay you at least your state's minimum wage for each hour of work you perform. In the service industry, this means your server wage + your tips received must equal a ground total that averages out to an...Read more »
You need a probate attorney to file a probate proceeding.
You do not need a probate attorney to correct his death certificate. You can fill out the form and pay the fee. See the following link: https://www.dshs.texas.gov/vs/doc/Texas-Death-Certificate-Change.pdf
I already went to court but I did not have a lawyer. I was under the assumption that the evictions laws were strict. But there are a few things I feel were over looked or I just don’t really know or understand the process
Yes, you can appeal by filing a bond, making a cash deposit, or filing a Statement of Inability to Afford Payment of Court Costs with the justice court within 5 days after the judgment of eviction is signed.
The eviction will then be heard de novo by the court court on an expedited basis....Read more »
being sued for 100k and im in debt and barely getting back on my feet while trying to survive while. its my first time im being sued , what kind of lawyers do i look for and im pretty poor and i see lawyers are like 300 or more an hour. i feel like im drowning but need to know what to do
You should look for a civil trial lawyer a/k/a litigator with experience defending debt collection cases like yours who practice in or near the county where you have been sued. The Texas Board of Legal Specialization certifies lawyers in civil trial law, in personal injury, and in consumer and...Read more »
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