Tammy Lyn Wincott's answer Your question doesn't provide enough detail to answer. If you are wanting the status of a case you are involved with you may contact the attorney representing you or the courts. Many courts allow online access to see the status of your case.
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:...
Rahlita D. Thornton's answer Based on the severity of the accident it is highly unusual for their not to be any injuries sustained. So, therefore you are highly blessed. But, sometimes a lot of folks don't feel the pains and discomforts right away immediately after an accident and I would suggest that you get checked out and wait to assert the position that you and not injured. Unfortunately, you are left in a mess due to someone else's negligence. We believe that people should take personal responsibility for their...
Tammy Lyn Wincott's answer It sounds like she may be considered a tenant at this time and you may have to evict her. There are specific steps to follow in eviction and they vary depending upon the circumstances surrounding the eviction. Your local precinct or county should have information on evictions or you may look on the State Bar Website for Landord/Tenant guides.
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.
Grant St Julian III's answer Why do you believe you cannot possess guns? Are you a convicted felon? If so, federal law prohibits you from ever possessing a firearm, no matter how they were acquired or who reports the matter to the police.
Grant St Julian III's answer If the car is registered to you, you are responsible to the tolls incurred. Did you sell the car or not? Did you execute any documentation regarding the sale? If you have a Bill of Sale, or a contract that proves the date you sold the car, you can show the contract to the North Texas Toll Authority, and they will put the tolls on the purchaser of the car.
Peter Munsing's answer suggest you send her a letter suggesting that as you haven't heard, it's two years, you are going to have to terminate service under your name. She will be free to pick it up herself.
Make sure you download and save all of her texts.
File a complaint in small claims and also tell the cable you want to terminate the service.
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.
Kiele Linroth Pace's answer If there is a competency issue, consult a Family Law attorney that practices law in the county where the grandmother lives.
Otherwise, if you just want to sue to get your stuff, consult an attorney that practices law in the county where grandma lives to find out if a lawsuit is appropriate. If the value of the property is mostly sentimental then perhaps visit the JP court precinct for the street address where it is stored and inquire about small claims lawsuits.
Kiele Linroth Pace's answer You could reply asking him to "cease all communications that harass, annoy, alarm, abuse, torment, embarrass, or offend" you. Then, if he keeps doing it, you could report the crime of Harassment.
If he keeps doing it for multiple days, you could seek a Protective Order based on Stalking per chapter 7A of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure. If he keeps it up after that, he could be facing felony Stalking charges.
S. Michael Graham's answer These are potential violations of the law which need to be addressed by the appropriate agencies like the state medical board, health department, OSHA, or district attorney's office. These violations do not fall under workers' comp which deals primarily with injured workers.
Grant St Julian III's answer If your ex-girlfriend had your authorization to use our credit cards, then no criminal offense has occurred. You may file a civil suit against her, but I assume she does not have any money so filing such a claim would be fruitless. Good luck.
Grant St Julian III's answer Sounds like an assault was committed, and any charges arising from such an act by a 12 year old would be filed in the Juvenile Court. If charges were filed, you and the child will be given notice to appear in court. Detention is possible, so you should probably sit down with a local attorney about the matter. I understand your anxiety, but it's way too speculative and early in the process to make any definitive statements. Make sure your child does not talk with anyone about this incident...
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