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Q: My ex and I are both named on the title of a vehicle. Every time he gets mad at me he threatens to take the car from me
James L. Arrasmith
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answered on Jan 11, 2024

Dealing with a situation where both you and your ex are named on the title of a vehicle can be challenging, especially when threats to take the car are involved. If both names are on the title, legally, you both have equal ownership rights to the vehicle. This means that neither party can... View More

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Q: Am I supposed to do a discovery as the defendant in a civil matter
Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Jun 15, 2024

A Vermont attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Until you are able to discuss with a local attorney, discovery is the process for both sides in a legal action to learn about the opposition's case. They can ask questions and request production of materials to... View More

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Q: I live with my ex girlfriend I’m not on lease, she wants to evict Me. Will this follow me?

I’m paying her rent but not on lease. She wants to evict me from apartment legally will the eviction follow me for getting another apartment?

T. Augustus Claus
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answered on Aug 3, 2023

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.

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts, Copyright, Civil Litigation and Communications Law for Vermont on
Q: Can I use the song “ Who let the dogs out” for my pet supplies website?
N'kia (NLN)
N'kia (NLN)
answered on May 2, 2023

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

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Q: Is a lawyer service online that you can hire to write motions?
Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Oct 22, 2018

There are legal writing services, but they are generally smaller, and can be harder to find than the companies that sell out-of-the-box legal forms. Some attorneys hold themselves out for project-based work writing appellate briefs, memorandums, and other documents and pleadings. If you found one... View More

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