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Kyle Raymond Wright

Kyle Wright’s Answers

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  • Does a lease get transfered over when someone sells a house with tenants?

    The place we were living got sold and the new landlords would not make a lease for us to sign. We asked them more than once(we do not have proof of us asking) to get a lease. Also, this land lord just walked into our apartment without permission t...

    Kyle’s Answer

    Yes, generally a lease survives the sale of real property. Your attorney needs more facts to answer the balance of your questions. I suggest contacting a local attorney familiar with landlord tenant law.

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  • Is it legal to sell your contract to purchase a house to someone else. If so how

    I have read online that an easy way to get into real estate with little to no money it to "flip your contract to purchase''. Says all you need is to get a signed contract to purchase a house from someone with the ability to assign it to someone el...

    Kyle’s Answer

    You can assign your contract to another purchaser provided that the contract has a clause permitting an assignment. It's also possible that the language in the contract requires consent from the seller before an assignment is effective. The best practice is to review the contract with an attorney. There are other issues that could arise that should be contemplated.

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  • I was in an accident this morning and received a citation for ACDA, is it worth taking to court?

    I was driving down the highway going the speed limit in the left lane as I was passing someone. I pulled in behind another driver about a half a mile before the exit and left acceptable distance. Speed limit is 60 MPH and I am pretty sure that was...

    Kyle’s Answer

    It is possible that a court would consider amending the charge to a zero point violation. Amending the charge, however, does not forfeit the other party's potential civil claims.

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  • If I found a hairpin in my subway sandwich is there any legal action that I can take.....I have pictures

    I bit my cold cut combo from subway on December 4th , 2014 and ended up with a ladies hairpin in my mouth. I took the sandwich back the manager saw the hairpin and they replaced the sandwich but I could not eat it. Today they want to give me a f...

    Kyle’s Answer

    In order to make a claim, you must prove duty, breach, causation, and damages. Fatal to your claim is a lack of medical evidence of damages.

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  • The guardian ad litem took my visits away with my 13 year old. Will I get my visits back? How can she take mom/daughter bond?

    Me and my kid got in a verbal fight. I used to see her unsupervised on every Tues. for 2 hrs and every other Sat. Sun 1st hr. is supervised then I get 4 hrs unsupervised. The GAL took it away cuz of fight where I did say hurtful things to my kid ...

    Kyle’s Answer

    Generally, the goal is to reunify parents with their children. A GAL may temporarily recommend extraordinary precautions to protect the minor child when, for example, there is a risk of harm to the child due to drug use, violence, threat of violence, etc. In time, incremental and expanded visitation is possible.

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  • My husband and i r seperated. My daughter lives with me. He is threatening to take her and not let me see her Can i file custody

    Have no problem with equal time with he

    Kyle’s Answer

    Assuming you're married, your legal remedy is to file for divorce and seek a temporary and more permanent order of custody.

    Without much more facts, you should contact a lawyer to discuss.

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  • Divorce

    My wife and I split up and are about to begin the divorce process. she was in treatment and lost her 3 kids to children services due to her habit. she relapsed and got extremely drunk and overdosed on medicine not prescribed to her and was admitt...

    Kyle’s Answer

    I'm very sorry to hear about the circumstances with your wife and child. Since you're married you will need to file for divorce to get an order of custody. Based on the limited facts I've learned in your post, it's likely you can get quick temporary orders in your divorce. As to custody of your child during marriage, you each have equal rights. You should consider filing for divorce soon if you believe there is a risk of harm to your child.

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  • Should I switch law offices

    I was in a car accident that required me to have a major back surgery that has ruined me physically for life, I can still walk and all but im in constant pain all the time but I cant work anymore, I signed with a law firm shortly after the accide...

    Kyle’s Answer

    My advice is to do what makes you comfortable. It is your case and your injuries. It is likely 100/300 coverage, which means $100,000.00 liability coverage for each person, not to exceed a total amount of $300,000.00 for the accident. Your attorney should be able to confirm coverages. Best of luck to you.

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  • My doctor's office gave my medical information to another patient with a similar name. The office never told me - they should.

    Another patient has similar name as mine. Doctor's office gave my medical information to this patient. I found out from someone else. Shouldn't the office officially notify me? What is their obligation? Also, they have a sign in sheet so patients...

    Kyle’s Answer

    There is a private cause of action for the unauthorized release of private medical records in Ohio. The claim is commonly referred to as a Biddle claim. Our office has made successful recoveries under this theory.

    Depending on the sensitivity of the records and the potential damage, you may have a viable claim.

    You should consult a lawyer.

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  • Division of assets in a supposed amicable divorce.

    i am facing an imminent divorce. i would like to explore my options in protecting myself in case we no longer approach this in a civil manner. what laws apply regarding abandonment ? she left on december 7. i would appreciate any advice you can...

    Kyle’s Answer

    Abandonment refers to the grounds for divorce. Ohio, however, is a no-fault state and in most cases the parties agree that they are incompatible.

    Marital property in Ohio is subject to an equitable distribution. Assets accrued during the marriage are subject to a claim by the husband or wife. There are many ways to equitably split your marital assets.

    Before committing to any agreement, I would recommend consulting with an attorney.

    Good luck.

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