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Robert Edward Fenster

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  • My daughter husband and 3 children were allowed to stay in our home until they got on their feet.they have been here for8 mo.

    the husband has become a problem and I asked him to leave. ny daughter will not go with him, what can I do to resolve this situation. he says he will not leave without his family

    Robert’s Answer

    Your daughter needs to decide whether she wants separation from her husband. Let her handle getting him to leave. Otherwise, ask them all to leave.

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  • What kind of disclosure should I provide to my tenants with the small kids?

    I am a landlord who has a rental property with a pool that's completely screened in and attached to the property. I've recently rented to a couple with children ages 5 and 6 which I was hesitant about but they insist and said they love pools. Ther...

    Robert’s Answer

    You need to consult with a lawyer to find out your legal obligation as the landlord; to make sure your lease is appropriate to the situation and that the parents release you.

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  • I own a spa. Using salon software as spa-booker. I want to come out of the contract? They would not give my data base?

    Lot of times the software Spa-booker does not work. I can not check out, I can not take payments, can not make appointments, can not sell products. I want to change the software because it does not work. What they promised is not what it does. The...

    Robert’s Answer

    Read your contract. Consult with a business lawyer.

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  • What kind of an attorney does my roommate need? Her fathers girlfriend sold the house without giving them their share.

    My roommates father has passed away a few years ago. Her and her sister was the only ones listed on the will, but her fathers girl friend was living in the house. They told her she can stay in the house, and sell it if she wants too. Just let the...

    Robert’s Answer

    Real Estate Attorney.

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  • HUSBAND IS STILL ALIVE DID NOT DIE

    SPEAKING ABOUT MY HOME FREE OF ANY MORTGAGE I OWN IT HAD HOME FOR 22YRS. WE ARE ONLY MARRIED 12YRS. HE SIGNED HIS WRIGHTS TO ANY CLAIM ON MY HOME. CAN HIS BILLS BANKRUPT ME . WE HAVE GREAT INSURANCE.

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    • Selected as best answer

    The only way you could be responsible for another's debts is if you co-signed for the credit or incurred the debt using certain credit cards that are connected to the other person's credit.

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  • If i send a calling card to someone and they use it to plan an escape and not attend court, will I be in trouble?

    My girlfriends son is in trouble and will be going to court on September 6, she wants to send him a calling card to talk to him. But if he uses that to call for a bus ticket or something else to get out of town, will she be in trouble?

    Robert’s Answer

    If you are truly concerned about being responsible, don't give him the card unless and until he goes to jail. Then, limit the amount to prevent its misuse.

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  • Do I need a fence immediately surrounding the pool? How do I protect myself from liability?

    I am a landlord with a house that has a pool and is being rented by a family with 3 small children ages 5 and 6. The pool is completely screened in and attached to the back of the property. The pool is 13*24 and about 2 ft away from 2 doors that ...

    Robert’s Answer

    I **think** you must either have a fence or an alarm of some sort since the pool is connected to the house. Even if it isn't required, I would have on or the other if I owned the rental property.

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  • Charged with driving under the influence of marijuana and possession of a piece. Do i really need a Lawyer ?

    I am 17 and i was not swerving or going over the speed limit, they found a small nug of weed, also they marked down that i was basically not able to walk straight , which in fact is not true. I smoked an hour before driving and i was with 3 friend...

    Robert’s Answer

    Yes. If you cannot afford one, the court will appoint one for you. You do not understand the seriousness of this matter and the woeful implications it could have on the rest of your life. Many schools don't admit and most employers won't consider an applicant with a drug and driving under the influence criminal record. Do not ever plead guilty without advice of an attorney. Stay clean! Good luck!

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  • Is your home automatically exempt in FL?

    I know a home is protected from a creditor if they do get a judgment but is that automatic? Or do you have to file something. I think I read something about a statute 222.01 maybe? But this legalese is a foreign language to me.

    Robert’s Answer

    You need to consult with a bankruptcy law consult. Many bankruptcy attornies will provide an initial meeting for free.

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  • What do I do?

    The manager on this property keeps changing the rules around here. She punishes everyone in the trailer park when 1 person does something wrong. We move here cuz theres a pool for my 4 yr old daughter and she said after we moved in and everything ...

    Robert’s Answer

    Time to make arrangements to move!

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