My landlord has been in my apartment at least once every month since i signed a lease last year. Each time has been to look at work he wanted us to do, show the apartment to buyers and realtors, look at things that he claimed needed updating, and hiring people off the street to come in to do... View More
Certainly, in the context of drafting a municipal plan, the use of terms like "shall," "must," and "prohibit" is common and can be essential for conveying the intent and requirements of the plan. "Shall" and "must" typically denote mandatory actions...View More
I encourage your husband to consult with an experienced Social Security disability attorney to discuss his particular situation because disability evaluation is more complicated than just considering a person's medical conditions. Many disability attorneys offer a free initial consultation....View More
Whether or not your husband should apply for disability benefits in Vermont due to his medical condition depends on several factors, including his medical history, the severity of his condition, his ability to work, and the specific requirements of the disability programs.
Your facts are unclear, and more is needed to give you a reliable answer.
Generally speaking, your mortgage debt should have been listed in your bankruptcy (we assume that you completed the bankruptcy case and got an Order of dismissal). An Order of general dismissal in the bankruptcy...View More
The house debt should have been included in your bankruptcy. Secondly, your divorce agreement should have provided that when he got the house, he held you harmless on the debt and and indemnified you in the future. Get copies of your bankruptcy and your divorce files snd get them go your...View More
A Vermont attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. If you mean a response in terms of a basic acknowledgement, that could take several days or a couple of weeks. The carrier could request additional information to verify the claim. If you mean a response in the...View More
I told her I could sand and reseal but could possibly run into the same issue down the road. She asked me to stain it instead. I told her I could do that but would have to charge for staining it as that was not in our original agreement but I could give a discount for the issues arising. She does... View More
A Vermont attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. It could depend on what you may have told her about the sealing or waterproofing qualities of all coatings involved. It's going to be difficult for anyone to answer without knowing more about the discussions...View More
If you are not on the lease and your ex-girlfriend wants to evict you legally, the eviction process may not typically show up on your rental history or credit report, as you were not a party to the lease agreement.
My mom went to hospital because she thought she was having a stroke. The doctors said they were gonna do a bunch of tests. The doctors didn’t do any tests, saying they have patients that were sicker than her so they discharged her and dismissed it as an issue related to her other neurological... View More
Yes there is a potential case. Another doctor will have to evaluate what was done or not done, review the standard of care, and determine what would have been avoided if there was not malpractice. Consult with experienced medical malpractice attorneys.
If you'd like to use someone else's song, you should request permission and pay the required fee. Otherwise, using a song for commercial purposes without permission can constitute infringement, which usually costs the infringer exponentially more than the fee. If needed, you should...View More
Wed bill $3715.02. Also he towed to Vermont which is opposite direction I live. Happened in Jefferson NH and towed 15 miles to Lunenberg VT. What can I do? I asked about payment plan-NO He told me only deal is sign title and give him 1800 in cash.
I'm sorry to read that this happened to you. Do you have automobile insurance? Have you submitted a claim? You should ask for an itemized list of all the charges. If it's a case of predatory towing, you may want to contact your Attorney General's office &/or the Department of Consumer Affairs.
The answer to your question is yes and no. Yes, either of your sisters could GO TO COURT and force A SALE of the property. So, no, neither of them can force you to sell without obtaining a court order. But, yes, they could obtain a court order and force a sale of the property. So, knowing that,...View More
This is a common problem. An individual qualifies for Medicaid and receives an inheritance. Yes, the inheritance will very likely disqualify the individual for Medicaid if he or she or her legal representative does not act quickly. There are things that can be done to mitigate this situation....View More
If the will was signed with a self-proving affidavit, no witness is required. If not, one witness needs to testify in court that the decedent signed the will freely and voluntarily, appeared to have capacity to sign the will and no one coerced the decedent to sign the will.
A Vermont attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. It sounds like you are contemplating legal action in connection with a product. You could research online whether there are law firms handling cases involving similar results with the same product(s). If it was...View More
Assigned copyright to publisher in 1975 in exchange for 8% royalty. Publisher sold for a few years then stopped. 1990, someone in the next town starts publishing the work, claiming they created it, same name, colors, images, context. Has been publishing it since. Quite successful. Author just found... View More
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