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Max L Rosenberg

Stratford Bankruptcy Attorney.

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  1. My husband has been sleeping with different women after our marriage we are no longer with one another what are my rights

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Max L Rosenberg
    2. Christopher P Norris
    3. Leslie Ann Silva
    3 lawyer answers

    Hello, I am an Attorney licensed in Connecticut and New York and my office is located in Stratford, approx. 15 minutes from New Haven. While I agree with the answers provided by my colleagues, I would caution you that divorce litigation can be very expensive. It is particularly expensive when trying to place a monetary value on hurt feelings and emotional strain. The Courts for the most part are concerned more with assets, custody of children and issue that can be more readily allocated and...

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  2. In your opinion, is this a lease?

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Philip M. Block
    2. Max L Rosenberg
    2 lawyer answers

    This is a pretty awful bare bones agreement, but it does comprise the basics of a lease. Offer +Consideration = contract.

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  3. I am being sued (along with a large group of parents and their kids.) What happens if I do not send in the "Appearance" form?

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Max L Rosenberg
    2. Gregory A Allen
    3. Jan C Trendowski
    4. Brian J Ladouceur JR
    4 lawyer answers

    Without an appearance, it is only a matter of time before the opposition files a "Motion for Default for Failure to Appear". After that the Moving party can later make a Motion for Default Judgment. You should file a pro se Appearance and also seek the counsel of an attorney.

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  4. Can a lawyer take the same car twice with the same judgement?

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Max L Rosenberg
    1 lawyer answer

    If there are no papers regarding the repossession, and the police were not put on notice of the repossession, and you never received a letter of default, you should contact the police and file a stolen vehicle report. You may have a wrongful repossession claim. You may be entitled to money damages. I handle wrongful repo cases in CT. I am licensed in NY however I am not familiar with the repo laws in NY. You need to contact a consumer attorney in NY near you.

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  5. The pharmacy didn't put the meds in the computer...and the doctor called DCF

    Answered about 4 years ago.

    1. Max L Rosenberg
    1 lawyer answer

    Medical providers are mandatory reporters to DCF - Connecticut General Statute, Section 17a-101. Mandated reporters are required to report or cause a report to be made when, in the ordinary course of their employment or profession, they have reasonable cause to suspect or believe that a child under the age of 18 has been abused, neglected or is placed in imminent risk of serious harm. (Connecticut General Statutes §17a-101a) Child neglect occurs where a child has been abandoned, is being...

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  6. I'm a contractor who is having difficulty getting paid by a home owner. At what point should I file a mechanic's lein?

    Answered about 4 years ago.

    1. Max L Rosenberg
    1 lawyer answer

    Hi I am Attorney Max Rosenberg and practice in Connecticut and New York. To answer your question, you should file a lien immediately to protect yourself. “. . . the important purpose of mechanic's lien statutes to provide an inexpensive and simple method for material suppliers and contractors to secure the value of the services or materials that they have added to the property.” Red Rooster Construction Co. v. River Associates, 224 Conn. 563, 573, 620 A.2d 118 (1993). A mechanic'...

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  7. I was on comp can my employer record my conversation i had with them when checked on my status?

    Answered about 4 years ago.

    1. Max L Rosenberg
    1 lawyer answer

    This depends on a number of elements. Is there an employee contract? Are there posted rules, regulations or disclosures. Were you notified in advance that you were being recorded? Did you have a reasonable belief of privacy ? Was this during work hours? Its very possible your employer may be within his or her rights.

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  8. CT used car dealer wants money from buyers who did not pay.

    Answered over 4 years ago.

    1. Max L Rosenberg
    1 lawyer answer

    You need to make sure you are compliant with all avenues of Truth in Lending Laws. If you are missing certain disclosures you may be fined up to 1,000.00 plus attorneys fees for the violation of TILA. Please feel free to contact my office for further assistance in firming up all of you contracts, Retail installment sales contracts, Retail Purchase Orders, etc. Also make sure your numbers always agree on the forms as well as mileage or you may find yourself facing an Automobile Cost Savings Act...

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  9. Intoxicating night after firwrks,driving home g/f sees txt on my phone from grl,strts punching me in face whle im drivingw/3y/o

    Answered about 5 years ago.

    1. Max L Rosenberg
    2. John M. Kaman
    2 lawyer answers

    This is a whole mess of trouble. The most important thing to do right now is get a copy of the police report and see a criminal defense attorney. Also your past record will factor into how much leniency you may be given. Other information is needed. How old are you? How old is she? What is your record? Feel free to consult with us on this matter. 203.870-6700

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  10. How do I remove old and incorrect information from a mortgage on a foreclosed property in 2007 ?

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Hillary Johns
    2. Max L Rosenberg
    2 lawyer answers

    If there is a creditor incorrectly reporting on your credit report which negatively affects your credit score you may have recourse under the Fair Credit Reporting Act. (FCRA) A consumer attorney in your area should be able to assist you. Generally these cases are fee shifting which means that you should not have to forward any attorney fees. An attorney will receive their payment from the offending party. Furthermore, if successful, you may be entitled to up to $1,000.00 dollars in statutory...

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