Since I got a protective order against son (stalking, drug charges, child abuse) his father helping by leaving me unable to drive even this vehicle I rebuilt all year. My ex took the Denali, trying to put me and children on the street.
This question is tagged for both Georgia and Texas. I don't know anything about Georgia, but in Texas, the proper method to give a vehicle as a gift requires both the Giver and the Recipient to sign an "Affidavit of Motor Vehicle Gift Transfer" and an "Application for Texas...Read more »
I am the director of a dance team, and we have a couple of trips planned for competitions and other things. They would travel by bus, and I was trying to figure out what I needed to do to make sure that I wasn’t held liable if anything happens during the travel. The dance team is not under a... Read more »
She was scammed into a transmission rebuild after the company already had her car and apart got the back took to another shop who said the transmission has not been rebuilt they replaced a censor and new fluid and charged her 3000.$ and the transmission is acting the way it to start with she was... Read more »
Probably, yes. The bank's account agreement probably gives them the right to offset what's due on one account with what's in another, even if the funds deposited there were exempt before they we deposited. You may want to contact them and work out some payout arrangement on the...Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. This could be more of a consumer law/health law matter than a personal injury or med mal matter - unless you were injured as a result of the procedures. There's no guarantee all posts are picked up, but you could...Read more »
You paid him for the first fix. Unless it was done improperly the first time, fixing it again is a second job, which needs to be paid for. Since this has (presumably, based on your question) happened quickly, you might want to have him look for an underlying cause of the problem.
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. If you consulted with attorneys who handle civil litigation, they should be able to advise. They could also identify necessary measures to be taken, such as notifying banks and other financial institutions. Good luck...Read more »
I wrk for a large transportation company my manager says I am not allowed to manage or control the amount of beer I serve in a trip. That if they want 4 beers an hour per person to sell them the 4 beers. When I was hired decades ago I was taught that I was legally responsible and in control of... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. You are astute to recognize the possible applicability of dram shop statutes in such settings. These statutes are not universal across the nation - although the general premise of assigning liability to an establishment...Read more »
A couple years ago I got a divorce and listed a truck as property for my ex husband. He was making the payments and the truck was always "his". Now he's not making the payments. My name is the only one on the truck and the loan. Legally it's the banks truck until it's paid... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry that's happening to you. Based on the paperwork you received (summons & complaint, demand letter, etc.), you probably need to take some form of action without delay. You could reach out to...Read more »
Local insurance agent put a coworker's address in my account when we were enrolling (along with at least one other typo; birthday is/was wrong). Been going back and forth with him and the corporate customer support team. I can't get a refund and terminate my account, because I cant verify... Read more »
I wasnt aware this product could cause this to happen because I'm either the first one to go through this, or others have not made this information and possibility known to the general public . If the company is aware of this from other silent families and have done nothing differently to... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. I'm sorry for your family's ordeal. Without knowing more about the product or its effects on you and your family, I'd suggest you reach out to Texas attorneys who handle product-related injury cases. The...Read more »
The deceased person never fulfilled their obligation, and we signed a contract. She was the sole owner of the business and the probate process has just been initiated by her husband. The administrator has been assigned yet either. Could I still sue her business and her estate in small claims court?
The short answer is no - because there's no one alive to sue, and until someone is appointed to represent her estate, there is no one with authority to act for her. Once some one is appointed as executor or administrator, you can make a claim against the estate, and sue the executor or...Read more »
I had a case in the court, but the person litigated in another court, and was awarded his request. I filed an appeal. Then had a TI schedule, in the TI one attorney post fraud. I filed for bankruptcy, the Judge in the BK ruptcy court heard the case and overturned the lower court finding. As it was... Read more »
Sorry, this is a complex fact situation which appears to involve at least 3 different matters. No helpful comments can be made without reviewing the status of the underlying cases. If there is currently a Motion for Summary Judgment filed against you in the Counterclaim, you need to make sure...Read more »
If you want to hold yourself out as a non-profit, then yes, you must be a non-profit. To become a non-profit, you must (1) create an entity with the Secretary of state and (2) file a 501(c)(3) application with the IRS. You cannot do this without an attorney and/or a CPA. Try to find an attorney who...Read more »
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