Roy Lee Warren's answer Hi Mr. Ward, I will see if I can at least point you in the right direction in case no one else can help you. First, you may find the answers you are looking for in the first few pages of the phone book. It is a great resource for the laws and regulatory agencies that govern phone companies. Also I will provide a link to legal aid type of help that assist people with situations you are faced with. The link is:...
Timothy Denison's answer Depending on your divorce settlement agreement, you may get some relief in the divorce court. Depending on your financial situation, you might be able to negotiate a settlement of the amount. Also depending on your financial situation, you might be eligible to file bankruptcy and discharge the debt completely. Talk to a competent bankruptcy attorney asap and see what is your best option.
Timur Akpinar's answer I do not practice in Texas, but your question has not been picked up in four weeks. You could consult with a Texas attorney to examine the viability of legal action. I hope your daughter is okay. Whether or not an attorney would be interested in handling the case, at the very least, you could learn the timeframes and statutes of limitations within which action would be necessary to preserve your daughter’s legal rights.
Tammy Lyn Wincott's answer I cannot give advice on Nebraska law; however, in Texas there is a specific process the creditors must go through in order to validate debt. Consult with a probate attorney in Nebraska as the estate may need to go through a proper court process.
Paul Looney's answer Go to the bank and complete a fraud affidavit. The bank should begin refunding stolen funds. Change your credit cards, bank cards, etc. The bank can handle that off the top. Consequences? There should be none after it is established the bank recognizes the fraud. Hope this has been helpful, and good luck.
Paul Looney's answer You have a fact dispute, whether you paid rent with NSF funds. Get your proof from your bank. Take the notice to the landlord and try to resolve the matter. The whole thing will end up in Justice Court if you cannot resolve it with the landlord. Yours is a question of "proof", not "law". Settle the facts on your side and this should go away.
Terry Lynn Garrett's answer A person suffering from dementia usually has a doctor's diagnosis. When dementia is first diagnosed, the person likely still has legal capacity to sign a Will, a Medical Power of Attorney and similar documents. Whether the person still has legal capacity to sign a Durable Power of Attorney varies.
Whether your father had legal capacity to sign the documents at the time he signed them cannot be assessed without reference to his medical records.
Tammy Lyn Wincott's answer Check the Texas property statute for more specific information; however, generally speaking, vets do obtain an automatic lien on any services performed. You may be able to work out a payment plan with them.
Tammy Lyn Wincott's answer Check with your dental board as they should have an ethics section with someone who can answer this for you. For lawyers flee-splitting is constantly changing in definition, i.e. if we work through online company answering questions for money, etc. It seems the States are all taking different positions. I can tell you if it were me, I would check with my State Board first.
Roy Lee Warren's answer I am sorry for your troubles. You may have to hire an expert to give an opinion whether the additional work is a "new area" or from the same area where work was done before. That is the only way you will know for sure. Also look to the contract to make sure hat is covered. Good luck to you.
Roy Lee Warren's answer I am sorry for your situation. Unfortunately most of those that loan money on payday loans charge an exorbitant interest rate, so yes that sounds about right. However without the particulars (interest rate, balance and date you took loan out) it is impossible for me to answer you. Growing up I watched unfortunate relatives obtain those type of loans so I promised myself to never do that. Luckily I have not but I understand sometimes life gets in the way. While in law school my wife and I were...
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