My dad passed away today. He has had a live in girlfriend for 9 years. They have separate accounts and not common law. She does help pay for some bills once in a while. How do his kids evict her since the home is 100% in his name.
I had an eviction that was ruled in favor for my landlord. Even though it was in retalitory, 3 days later after she was served papers, of me filing a repair & remedy case. I appealed, before appeal hearing was set land lord stabbed me with a garden shovel aseveral times in the ribs, then went into... Read more »
If she has been charged with assaulting you, yes you can file suit against her in civil court. Because it was an intentional act, her insurance would likely deny coverage, so she would need to have non-exempt assets to go after to collect a judgment. Was the rental you were evicted from her home,...Read more »
My truck caught fire while I was driving. Firefighters informed me the cause of fire began from weed eater Ryobi 18v lithium battery in the bed of my truck. I purchased from Home Depot. I have been advised by Ryobi employee to file an insurance claim with my car insurance. I would prefer not to do... Read more »
Never gave it a second thought but after she broke up with me my face had red spots and I remember she was sitting up in the bed one night after she bought me a burger then fell asleep after eating it I think she drugged me with that burger so I wouldn't wake up as easily . When I awoke with... Read more »
you would have seen it about 25 years ago if she caused that. In any event, there is a statute of limitations. But to be on the safe side, check with a lawyer who gives free consultations in injury cases. However understand unless your wife has a lot of money there will be no money to cover her for...Read more »
Hello, my name is Michael. I had my motorcycle stolen on Dec. 9 2018. Grand Prairie police have finished their investigation and arrested the man who stole it. My bike was recovered but damaged. The value of the bike according to KBB is 4,850.
I would like to know if it would be a good... Read more »
I failed to pay 2months rent due to my father of my kids taking my social security income and This was a domestic violence situation in which I have escaped. Trying to move on and settle in a home or apartment and this haunts me .
Chapter 92 of the Texas Property Code describes the proper way to break a lease in a domestic violence situation. If you didn't take that path, you might find release through Rule 76a of the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure but it will be an uphill struggle because the presumption is that court...Read more »
The situation you describe seems pretty complicated. I would need to know a lot more before I could advise you appropriately on what your best course of action is. But, I can tell you that if you have a legitimate claim to money that is being held in reference to another lawsuit, you can...Read more »
Aunt is executor if will and house was left to me and my siblings. I left for the military shortly after the dispute began. I have yet to receive anything regarding my behalf of the house. I do not know what legal rights I have to it. She threatened probate court, but I have not heard anything from... Read more »
In Texas a will must be filed and accepted by the Probate Court Judge before anyone can act as an executor or take property. You may call the probate court for the county the property is located in and see if anything has been filed at all. You may be able to file something and request your Aunt...Read more »
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.
They shorted me $370.00 on a cell phone trade in . This was a contracted Verizon Wireless Store and Verizon Wireless are not helping me get my money back. The out source store just handed me an old cell phone and told me to go to a corporate store . Verizon Wireless said they had no control over... Read more »
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...Read more »
I was the victim of a hit and run which resulted in my only vehicle being flipped and totaled but there was no major personal injury so Ive been unable to find a lawyer to help me get compensation outside the car insurance company. The person was found and yes we are currently working with their... Read more »
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...Read more »
I let my friend stay with me for 3-4 weeks. After 2 weeks she gives me $100 for letting her stay. Now it will be a month on the 25th, and I want her to leave. She's threatening to call the cops on me. What do I do?
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...Read more »
My grandma co-signed my private student loans for me. She died without a will in Nebraska. My aunt wants to sue my dad if part of the estate is sold and goes toward my loans. Can she do that if he had nothing to do with them?
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.
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.
Ex roommate threatened to kill me , one of my friends and himself. He has a gun. Im afraid to go by myself to try and retrieve my property.I live in Austin TX. Ex roommate assaulted me(he has a history of assaulting women roommates). Police were called, and I was taken to hospital. When I was... Read more »
Co worker needed a car, I let her test drive the car and when she agreed to buy it. I told her make monthly payments as much as you can since I was selling it for $2,000. She was going through a hard time. Now that I don't work with her she been ignoring my calls, text and when I go in person. For... Read more »
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...Read more »
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