Wife left residence Sep 2012 and came back several tomes (2012/2013) to remove some belongings. We wee separated until divorce was final 20 May 15 with very little contact from 2012. No attempt has been made by her to contact me to collect the r...
If you are married still, wait until you receive direction from the divorce Court. Otherwise, send a certified mail advising that he or she has 30 days to retrieve the property or they will be moved to an offsite storage. Make arrangements for the storage for at least 60 days. But if there is a divorce decree, check the language of the order or ask your attorney for guidanceSee question
Got ran over on my right foot by a fork lift at work around a year ago. Since then I experience pain and discomfort and the last time at the doctors he inform me that this could be for years or life. Right now I'm on a walking cast and later this ...
I hope that you have already placed your employer on notice of the injury. You need to initiate a claim for workers compensation and determine what is in your best interest (i.e. payments for an extended period of time or a lump sum settlement for less). Meet with an experienced workers comp attorney to help guide you through this process. Make sure they also have products liability experience to determine whether there is any possible cause of action on the manufacturer of the forklift (e.g., some form of warning that could have prevented this)See question
My husband got pulled over driving with no liencse and he got ticket for it..the cop told him his best bet is to go to a hearing. My husband is still on probation for 2 more months. Would he go to jail for this.
If he was on probation for a DUI, then he could be facing 60-90 days in jail for a 1543(b) violation (i.e. driving on a suspend licenses dui related). Conceivably, he could be facing a possible probation violation. He should report this immediately to his probation officer, informing them that he received a traffic citation. He should also hire a DUI attorney, one experienced in defeating 1543(b) offenses. If there is to be a probation violation hearing, an attorney can arrange a turn in date on the same day as the hearing so your husband wont wait in jail.See question
I've been living at my property for almost 4 years now, and I have requested that the 11 year old carpets, and 70+ year old windows need to be replaced. Every time I have asked for them to come out to look at them, no reply. I have even offered to...
A landlord has a duty to maintain habitability. That is, the premises must meets basic structural, health, and safety standards and is in good repair. If the carpeting and windows truly pose a risk, the tenant has a right to withhold rent and divert those sums towards repairs. With respect to windows, other less expensive stopgap measures might be in order rather then full replacement (i.e. sealing the cracks). First, a landlord must be given an opportunity to correct the repairs. I would send a certified letter noticing your intent to get estimates and deduct those repairs from future rents. Note, however, a landlord could perceive this (for right or for wrong) as a breach of the lease agreement and move to evict and sue for rent and deposits. You might benefit from a consult with an attorney who can review the lease terms and write a letter to the landlord.See question
Grandmother's home. she passed left home to everyone in her will. Only one of the people live in the home. Need to have bills transferred. Can't because grandmother's name still on deed.
You need to contact a wills and estate lawyer (not a real estate lawyer). Essentially, an estate must be raised to administer your grandmother’s affairs.See question