DO NOT SIGN the house over. While the uncle may seek back taxes and fees associated with the house, your wife can also seek back rent. I would advise that you speak to an attorney as soon as possible. If your wife is not interested in keeping the house, she can negotiate a fair price for her share and should not be intimated by her uncle. Good luck to you!
Kati M. Amarantes
It is your responsibility to notify your insurance company that the medical treatment sought is a result of an accident. Your medical insurance will then assign you a claim and take the necessary steps to place a lien for medical payments. If you do not notify them, and they become aware of the case at any time, even after they have settled, they may still seek reimbursement. You should speak to an attorney who can assist with any questions and the process for you. Good Luck to you!
Probably not, however you should contact your local police department and they will look into the threat. If there is any proof behind your friends comment, then the police will take the necessary actions. Good luck to you.
I would advise you pay your fees. If you don't, not only can they place a lien on your condo, they can also foreclose. MA is a super lien state, which means they have the ability to obtain a lean ahead of your mortgage. I would strongly advise that you contact an attorney, but also to continue to pay your condo fees. Good luck to you.
I am sorry but no. Massachusetts is an at will state which means that absent a contract, employees are considered "at-will" and can be terminated at any time for any reason. That being said, if a person was terminated for discriminatory reasons, then they may have grounds to sue. However, it does not sound as though your husband was in this case. He would have to be considered a protected class in order to justify wrongful termination. You may want to speak with an employment attorney...
Annulment is very difficult to prove. However, filing a joint petition divorce is fairly uncomplicated. I would advise you contact an attorney, many of whom will provide a free consultation, who can advise you of the process.
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Do you have an attorney? You should hire one immediately. In personal injury situations, if you represent yourself, then often the opposing party will do things that may not make sense to you. Have you been deposed? Again, I would strongly recommend that you contact an attorney.
You should seek an attorney as soon as possible. The lease should be reviewed to determine its applicability. You certainly do have an argument that your divorce and his remarrying would indicate that you are not a tenant, however you still did have your name on the lease and signed it. It is hard to determine exactly how liable you could be without seeing the lease. What was the term of the lease, when did it end? Were there any changes to the rent? Did the landlord know that you were not...
You can take him to small claims court., as this would be the most cost effective solution for you. You can also call an attorney and have an attorney write a demand letter., it should not cost too much and it may get this person to return your money, and if not, you still have the small claims option. Good luck to you.