Called major company recommended by my insurance company for replacement of flooring and walls. I was referred to an independent contractor for faster service. The contractor immediately came to my home with a contract and requested $2451 for bui...
I infer from your post that you actually paid the $2451. That's the amount you are trying to get back. if so, it's likely going to be hard to find an attorney who can pursue that claim for you cost effectively. You may want to consider small claims court where you can represent yourself. Good luck.See question
I received letter from HOA asking to clean debris from my back yard. The yard is not fenced and there is no public road behind it. My lawncare contractor cleans property bi-weekly. Also the letter was addresses to my ex-husband. So it took a while...
This matter does not seem to involve enough monetary impact to justify litigation. With HOAs, its usually a matter of getting to the right person to get their attention and get them to treat you more appropriately.See question
Have 3 children but I want the 1 living with me to have property as long as she lives on site
If you had an attorney prepare the prior will, go back to that attorney. If there was no attorney, it is really important that you get with one now. I would recommend Caroline Vann and you can look her up on this site or with the State Bar of Georgia.See question
My CC&R's speak of an annual meetings which has to occur by a specified date (November 30th) and how they have to be sent in a newsletter or via mail. Now, The CC&R's haven't been revised in 21 years. It says we are a domestic profit Corp 501(c)(...
The best local HOA attorney i know is Randall Lipschutz, in the Atlanta area, and you can look him up on this site. He's most likely to be able to give you some guidance.See question
My Fiancé has a fib and Atrial flutter , Coronary Heart Disease,Copd, etc .He was given medication in the hospital by Cardiology Center of Dalton. Was taken off of Digoxin, Amiodarone, Coumadin all at one time. Not slowly like he should have been....
You need to speak with a Georgia medical malpractice attorney. they have staff that will work with you on how to gather the medical records, and after a review of those they will generally be able to decide whether to take the case. No one is going to give you a meaningful opinion on this site because there are too many factors that cannot be determined from your post.See question
As a nurse I traveled to the San Francisco bay area tow work. My daughter was going through her preteen trials so I initially gave a 2 week notice on 11/23/13 @1305 to then manager. This was Saturday, a day I receive news about my daughter, the n...
I don't understand why your post asks about a real estate attorney, but you need an employment law attorney. And I agree you should get to one as soon as you can. Your post here is also a bit confusing so you may not get someone who can really help via the post. Use the Avvo Find a Lawyer feature. Good luck.See question
I have a aortic valve regurgitation needing open heart surgery and the person knows and still keeps jabbing me in chest multiple times in a week pretty hard.
You put this under domestic violence, so I have a hunch why you haven't gone to the police. You need to realize that this person is precisely aware of how much damage may be done to you by this jabbing, and realize that get protected from that continued conduct outweighs everything else.See question
In personal phone conversations with a person living in California, I'm in Georgia, I often get hit with accusations but the same person will deny it in a later conversation.
Here's another approach: when dealing with someone who tends to misrepresent what you say, instead of recording the message (and risking problems with the law of the other state), how about limiting communications to emails, so that everything is in writing and you can't be accused of having said something you didn't say.See question