It depends. A personal injury case involving an animal bite can sometimes be settled just like a car accident type case before a lawsuit even needs to be filed. The first step would be to call an attorney experienced in dog bite cases and get a free consultation. Although dog bite cases can be...Read more »
My electric provider states that I added the incorrect payment information and therefore is denying me the ability to correct my incorrect payment information, will not allow me to pay by phone, and is only giving me the option of paying in person. Do I have any legal recourse? Also there is a... Read more »
I'm sorry for your ordeal with your electric bill. The Public Service Commission of West Virginia oversees public utilities - electric, gas, water, etc. Maybe you could contact them and ask if there is anything they could do to help.
Their website is: http://www.psc.state.wv.us/...Read more »
It is hard to understand what your question actually is, but life insurance is handled outside of probate. Whoever was named as the beneficiary of the policy gets the proceeds, period. It makes no difference whether that individual happens to be the executrix of the decedent's will or not....Read more »
You could go to the Find-a-Lawyer tab above and choose Energy, Oil & Gas, and then select West Virginia. That should present you with attorneys listed in this site. You could also conduct your own independent searches. You could also contact the West Virginia State Bar to see if they could assist...Read more »
For something of that scope and depth, you'd be best off contacting attorneys on your own. You could use the Find-a-Lawyer tab above, or conduct your own independent searches. An attorney would probably want to thoroughly review the lease and discuss it with you, while the format here is...Read more »
I own a home in WV outright. I have it listed AS IS for sale by owner online and someone gave me a cash offer. I inherited the home and I have never bought or sold a house so I'm not sure how this works. What steps do I need to take to go through with the sale and how do I protect myself legally... Read more »
Neighbor across the road let a young boy operate an ATV side by side when he parked it in their driveway did not set break ATV rolled out of driveway which is sloped came down road slammed into my car uninsured would not cover because it was in my driveway I have dealt as a good neighbor thinking... Read more »
No. The car is gone. Why? Because the title to the car now proves the car belongs to the person you think you sold it to; the signed promissory note merely will allow you to sue them for the money they owe. Why on earth did you give them a good title?
He lives in the UK (Northern Ireland) now, the wedding would likely be there next summer. I’m from the US and would be halfway through my Masters program (only one year left until it’s finished). After I finish my degree we would move to the UK.
That is best answered at an appointment with competent and experienced immigration attorneys. There are two sets of laws, one U.K. immigration law and the other U.S. immigration law. Most nations require conditional/permanent resident/landed immigrant status before you can seek citizenship by...Read more »
No reason you should--or not. Follow the path of the ancient sage, Lei Lo
Seriously, if you get a citation, plead not guilty if you think you were on your side of the imaginary center line. Do not give a statement to the other person's insurance if they call. They'll sound all friendly but...Read more »
I would prefer to use a Land Contract with installment payments specified and a forfieture clause defined. The land contract would not be recorded. Conveyance would only occur after all payments were made as defined in the contract. If the Buyer defaults on the contract due to non-payment, is a... Read more »
Unless West Virginia is way behind the times you should know that the use of unrecorded land contracts (a/k/a contracts for deed) for the sale of land owned free and clear are getting more and more rare--probably because the land buyers of today are becoming smarter and smarter. But hey: if you can...Read more »
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