If you have a claim for unpaid wages Massachusetts has a statute that may enable you to seek triple damages, legal fees, costs and interest but you need to comply with the very specific language in the statute.
The answer to your question could vary widely depending on the circumstances. Was he ordered to sell the house and ordered to cover shortfall? If so, he may be in contempt of a court order. However, he cannot be found in contempt unless you file a complaint for contempt. If you file a complaint for contempt and he is found in contempt, he can be ordered to pay your costs and fees as well as comply with the court order.
I think it would be wise to hire an attorney.
First, determine how title to the property is currently held. This can be accomplished by reviewing registry records online. Depending on what you see, your options are limited to just a few choices given the facts in your post. Speak with a lawyer who understands elder issues, probate, and real estate. Good luck.
First, you need to report your injury to the party you believe is liable. If this happened at the T I would report it to the MBTA as well as the Town of Braintree. I would also report it to BELD (Braintree Electric Light Department) as it might be one of their poles. If it is not, it is better to be safe than sorry and your report would only help you later on beause the facts you assert are fresh in your mind.
Second, a broken elbow is a serious injury. Go to your doctor and get the...
To answer your question we need additional information. How was title to the house held. I know you mention a revocable trust, but you never state whether the trust owned the house. Since the core question seems to revolve around what your mom can do with the house, we need to know this. If you dont know, Plymouth County's Registry of Deeds is online and you can search by last name or address.
A judgment debtor can have 15% of their wages attached up to $400. A bankruptcy filing, assuming you qualify, would end all garnishment, attachment, or other collection proceedings.
Talk to lawyer about bankruptcy if you want to take home 100% of your net pay after ordinary deductions.
I would move to dismiss. The motion stays the response period. This way, if you prevail on juridictional grounds there is no need to subject yourself to the jurisdiction of the court by filing what would be a compulsory counterclaim. If you lose because you have the minimum contacts with Massachusetts than you would be forced to defend here.
This is something you should get an attorney for. Good luck.
No. There is no barrier. If an officer engaged in fraud the corporation has a claim against the officer. Be careful to plead fraud with specificity and precise facts. If the officer files for bankruptcy the claim is not be dischargeable.
The Condo Ass'n filed this action to collect unpaid condo fees. The mortgage lender will step in and pay the fees to preserve their priority. If they don't the Condo Ass'n has a first position for repayment in the event of foreclosure or transfer. Once paid, the bank will look to you to reimburse them for what they paid. Since Massachusetts law provides for the recovery of the legal fees and costs you will need to pay these as well.
Be advised that once the fees are paid the case will be...