It depends on whether you are guilty or innocent. Whether you want to take a plea or go to trial. And whether you have a good attorney. It also depends on what kind of criminal history you have, if any. If you can't afford an attorney then you can request a court appointed. But, if I were you...Read more »
My friend's PayPal debit card was stolen and her account hacked. She's is being blamed for charging this lady's card by social security. The lady that has her card used gets disability. My friend didn't do it but has no way to prove she didn't do it. They said they are putting a warrant out for... Read more »
Fortunately, she doesn't have to PROVE it wasn't her. The prosecutor has the burden to prove it WAS her. Your friend needs reasonable doubt that it could have been someone else... that she too was a victim of identity theft. Unfortunately, she is starting from a difficult position if she didn't...Read more »
Although your question does not contain enough factual information to allow an online lawyer here on Justia to answer, it appears to me that you may have been bilked out of whatever amount of money you paid for this "honor."
S--if you were "directed to an attorney" when trying to find out...Read more »
I wrote an NSF chk for over $1500 a couple months ago and deposited in another of my bank accounts, thinking one bank would approve the overdraft. The chk cleared, I used the funds and then it bounced. I had the intention to pay but couldn’t receive the funds I was expecting. So I tried to make a... Read more »
Intentionally writing a worthless check in the amount you did is a felony in most if not all states in America. Since you did not accept the bank's offer to allow partial payments toward resolving the issue, the bank pressing the charges does not have to do anything more.
Ex wife got house in divorce and several years ago she told me she was put on a "single parent" program that lowered the payments. Now bank is reporting to my credit late/not paid on mortgage. If they changed the terms of the loan without my involvement can it still be on my credit?
Unless you and your ex actually changed the deed to reflect what happened in your divorce the house is still in both of your names, and nothing has changed as far as the bank is concerned. That also means when the lender reports late payments to the credit organizations they are probably reporting...Read more »
This is a fact intensive issue that will turn on the evidence you can gather to show that her intent was to name you as TOD beneficiary. Gather every document that has to do with their dealings with USAA, their financial advisor, banks, brokerages, etc., and anyone else in the chain of...Read more »
I am a full-time student in high school. I've recently submitted some music to a music licensing company, and I am in the process of working out a contract with them. I am under the age of 16, and I believe I am claimed as a dependent on my parent's tax returns. According to the sample contract,... Read more »
At my bank I had two personal active bank accts one in just my name, and one in my name and my mothers name After my bus. partner and I opened our acct. he started helping himself to my two personal bank accts He made telephone transfers 20K worth. Drawing money out of my personal accts. and... Read more »
I am so sorry to hear about this happening to you. While this is not the type of law we practice, I would encourage you to contact the State Bar Lawyer Referral Service and ask for a business litigation attorney. Good luck.
My wife and I recently sold our FW house. Because of my credit, my name was not on house purchase. Tax’s, anything. When we sold realtor had me sign and initial all selling paperwork, knowing I wasn’t even list on home.
I’ll assume the home was purchased after marriage. In that case it is community property regardless of whether your name is on the loan. If you are now pursuing a divorce you can ask that these funds not be used until everything is sorted out. Let us know if you need our help. 888/343-4529 or...Read more »
It depends on whether the accounts were convenience accounts (children's signatures for the mother's convenience only but all her money), pay-on-death accounts (pay on death to the children but all the mother's money) or joint accounts (jointly owned by the people named, whether or not joint with...Read more »
I have an account with a government regulated US company for cryptocurrency investments (Coinbase Inc.) and the lender do not want to take my money to cover the closing costs because they do not understand what cryptocurrency is. Is this possible and legal?
My credit union says that no institution has the option to restrict withdrawals from a joint account unless both parties sign for the withdrawals. However, a contract I've created gives such an option. How valid is a notarized contract in this case if institutions do not offer mandatory signatures... Read more »
Generally, a contract is only binding on the parties who sign the contract. If the bank is not a party to the contract, it does not have to follow it. You and your business partner can contractually agree to limit the money each of you can withdraw from the account. However, you would not be...Read more »
We had a family member pass away recently in Mexico. I will be receiving copies of the US Consular Reports of Death of an American Abroad in about 2-3 weeks. I understand this can be used an a death certificate for legal proceedings or for dealing with banks when transferring accounts to those... Read more »
*Per ssa.gov> payee> Guide For Organizational Payees> The Role of a Representative Payee, "Being an authorized representative, having power of attorney, or a joint bank account with the beneficiary is not the same as being a payee. These arrangements do not give legal authority to negotiate and... Read more »
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