He's threatening to run with it, and sell it or give it to a family member when I'm the first owner, saying he'll take off with it and do whatever he wants. He also says he'll sign it over to himself or a family member, as possibly forge my signa...
If he commits a crime you call the police. If he threatens to commit a crime you tell him you will call the police if he does. And I'll chime in that the advice not to co-own property with someone not your spouse is sound.See question
I've been renting for 3 years and I was just wondering if I can file
Why would you even want to file for homestead? If you are a tenant you are not paying the property tax; homestead's only benefit is to reduce the property tax that one is paying.See question
I was a first year teacher and military veteran. I disclosed my hearing loss at the pre-employment stage. I disclosed all employment issues to my supervisor throughout the year. Unfortunately, I witnessed her having what seemed to be inappropriate...
You might want to consider contacting Mr. Beasley directly; he knows this practice area. You haven't said whether there's a relationship between the inappropriate behavior you saw and the arrest (same student?) but you may also fit into some sort of "whistleblower" type of case. That seems more likely than contending your termination was disability related.See question
I don't know where my husband is so do I need to file that because I am not asking for support?
If you are talking about filing a divorce case, the affidavit is required in all cases.See question
Once a judicial lien is perfected on a vehicle title, that part of it is no longer avoidable under 522 (though it can still be subject to exemption). When an attorney writes the Motion to Avoid, there is no mention of the perfected lien on the ve...
I think you would be better off to be represented by counsel in this proceeding. Unless this vehicle issue is the entire issue in the case for you, you will have more questions going forward that you cannot answer yourself. Your focus on trying to punish someone suggests you would benefit from a better understanding of the system that your own attorney could provide you.See question
Can my employer cut my wages simply because I'm on light duty
I think tyou would benefit from contacting Ms. Harris, who knows this practice area.See question
Am I entitled to receive notification when a Fifa is filed in the state of Georgia against me?
From your brief post it appears you were sued in a civil case (in which case you were served) and you defaulted. Under Georgia law, once you default you are not entitled to any other notices, including as to the plaintiff's application for a fi. fa. Now, all of your assets are at risk. I suggest you address this proactively and find out how to deal with the judgment rather than have the plaintiff decide which of your assets to pursue.See question
I am appealing a judgement that I lost in Magistrates court. I filed the appeal and I am waiting for the court to notify me of scheduling. Can you please tell me what do I need to file with the Superior court? Do I just file an answer to the claim...
Litigation can be complicated and it isn't always just a matter of filing forms. I wonder: if this is a matter of principal and not about the money, then isn't it worth it to hire an attorney?
Since you are pro se (representing yourself without an attorney) the court should be willing to explain to you what they require.
I recently moved into my apartment complex, the apartment building was promised to have "all new appliances", for two weeks since I moved in I have been without heat in the winter time, I complain multiple times to get the situation fixed sooner &...
Your post could be a little clearer: you start to make a point about appliances but then you don't explain that. It's not clear if your heat (not really appliance, its equipment) was turned off or not working. If you recently moved into your apartment then you haven't actually been there for a winter, so you can see that this is confusing.
When it comes to contacting maintenance you can communicate by phone, by email, by text message (if they can receive them) and by mail. Have you tried all of these? Be persistent.
I contacted them because my association told me to. I sent email after email (copied HOA when I got no response) and called asking for an statement of what they had me owing and got no response. Finally they sent a statement, but it wasn't mine....
In addition to what my colleagues have said, unless you owe for more than four years the statute of limitations is not an issue and if you owe nearly that much you need to deal with this debt by showing you are proactive in trying to work out payment terms. It should be relatively easy to determine how much you owe on your owe if you have records of your own payments and know what the monthly rates were for each year (plus any special assessments that may have been made.)See question