I am a tenant; my question pertains to eviction proceedings.
Generally yes, under New York law, if that same person serves process more than 5 times in a calendar year then he/she must be certified.See question
Charges were flat out dismissed, with no adverse adjudication. I want them expunged, but don't know if NYS allows expungement. If they do, how would I go about getting that done? Also, how much will this process cost, or can I do it myself?
Unfortunately there is no expungement in New York.See question
The defendant didn't answer my interrogatories and document production in the time limit. However, I omitted to include instructions and definitions. Can objections to the requests be raised for the first time in opposition to a motion to compel?
Yes, it is possible. You can always send amended requests if time permits or the Judge allows it.See question
my ex-wife is violating everything in the divorce agreement signed by the supreme courts. she wont let me know where my daughter is, or even let me see her on my days. we have joint custody however my daughter lives with her mother. We are in t...
File for Enforcement of Prior Order or make a Motion for Contempt. Seek counsel if you have any trepidation.See question
Hi, I'm representing myself in a litigation in which I am being wrongfully sued and it's quite easy to prove with evidence. I answered the complaint with counterclaims. Can I move for summary judgement on the counterclaims in part or one at a time...
Put all of your claims in one motion. You have one shot to make this motion unless the Judge allows you to file again.See question
I am the Defendant in a small claims case. I had a default judgment entered against me because I was late to court. I submitted an order to show cause to vacate the judgment, which was signed by the judge. I have to show up to court next week t...
You can make your claim at the hearing, however there is nothing stopping you from filing an Opposition to the Order to Show Cause before the hearing. Speak with a local attorney in a confidential setting as soon as possible.See question
I was told to agree on 170 constructive abandonment, which was not true. What are other options? Irreconcilable differences? Thank you in advance
Irretrievable breakdown in communication between husband and wife for at least 6 months.See question
I am the sole leaseholder. Roommate signed a sublease that expired over a year ago and is now on a verbal agreement assuming she will stay six more months. Roommate creates a hostile living situation (screaming rages, escalates tiny situations i...
Most likely yes, however make sure to have a local attorney review and analyze your previous sublease as its provisions may still apply to your current situation.See question
I want to purchase my parents home. Is this a "regular" real estate deal? I read on http://www.thinkglink.com/2014/07/27/how-to-buy-your-parents-house/ that I would need an installment loan contract. Is there a need for a buyer's attorney and sell...
Generally real estate transactions require an attorney. The type of contract you execute depends on numerous factors. Consult with a local attorney in a confidential setting as soon as possible.See question
I am being sued by my brother that lives in the first floor. When i I received the summons andendorsed complaint it stated that i have not returned 25,000 no other reason. I answered stating i deny the allegations. now the issue is we received ...
Keep defending yourself until it gets too complicated. If you are not confident in going further by yourself, consult with an attorney in a confidential setting. There are many directions in which this case may proceed.See question