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 »
Unfortunately putting your girlfriend's name on a deed is like giving her a half ownership interest in the property. I don't think you can get her off of the deed unless you buy her out. Hopefully you can work it out with her, but be sure that you have a written contract drawn up showing that she...Read more »
I was injured 7/3/1992. I am old WV Worker's Comp Law. I have permeant disability. Sedgwick CMS with held treatment for two years. I now have stage 4 spinal canal stenosis. In addition they had a independent doctor make a liabile statement that there was no reason I could not return to work. I have... Read more »
I do not believe that you can sue Sedgewick for anything. Your remedy was to appeal the decision in your Workers' Compensation claim. If you did not have an attorney in your Workers' Comp claim, you should have. He could have obtained a report from your doctor, and cross-examined the "independent"...Read more »
Substantially difficult and very frustrating for everyone involved. While you are permitted to file pro se, it would be much smarter to find an attorney who can help you and who will accept payments toward the fee.
Will reads; hereby give, devise and bequeath all the rest, residue, and remainder of my estate, real, personal and mixed, whersoever situate of which I may die, seized and posessed ... Problem is his wife of a few short years (who cheated on him) he lost all trust in her, but she won't leave the... Read more »
I would need more information to give you a specific answer to your question. You are apparently the personal representative of what seems to be your late husband's estate. That does not mean that you are the sole recipient of the wrongful death recovery, even if your husband left a will naming you...Read more »
"Res ipsa loquitur" is a Latin phrase that means "the thing speaks for itself," in other words, an act or injury that does not occur without negligence on some party's fault. An example would be a doctor's cutting off the wrong leg in an operation. Without negligence, the wrong leg is never cut...Read more »
I am a Legal Studies student at Alderson Broaddus University. I am hoping to begin preparing for the LSAT as soon as possible. I am also still trying to pick a minor that would directly benefit me for law school later on. If there are any minor suggestions that you could provide that too would be... Read more »
Do some research on the respected companies offering review courses and find out which ones fit within your budget and schedule. Look into the quality and size of their test banks. You could learn techniques from good instructors, but preparation for the exam is largely a matter of doing lots of...Read more »
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