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From what you have written, it appears your husband appeared for trial without an attorney and Dodeka got a judgment. The writ of execution means the court has given them the right to find and seize whatever assets your husband may have to satisfy the judgment. The notice of deposition means they intend to take your husband's sworn testimony and have asked him bring certain documents,...
I don't know the specific techniques of tantric massage, but given the sexual emphasis of Tantrism, it is likely to be illegal for commercial purposes. If money is exchanged for the service, it would most likely fall under the framework of prostitution. If there is no money involved, tantric massage between consenting adults is legal
The lawyers on this site answer this question 5-7 times per day. No you can't go to jail for failing to pay a payday loan if you intended to pay when you originally took the money. Invite them to sue you right now.
I don't know your procedural facts, but in the right circumstances, I would try to attack the judgment before the creditor gets to your bank accounts. Wages deposited in your bank account are not exemption because the money becomes "cash on hand" at the time of deposit.
This sounds like a bottom-feeder collector that paid less than a penny on the dollar for the right to collect on this debt. This is a profitable scheme because people are easily frightened and willing to pay to stop the harassment. The irony is if you pay you are likely to get a "reputation" as an easy mark and the same sort of thing happen again and again.
The statute of limitations for debt collection is 4 years in Texas. That means a creditor or debt buyer must sue you within the 4...
This is just another ridiculous threat designed to scare you into paying fast. They (various collectors of payday loans) have threatened criminal charges, immediate arrest, interception of income tax returns, and my personal favorite, that CPS will take your children because you are a deadbeat.
If you pay you can never be sure where the money goes and this will just keep happening.
You need to file a police report regarding the use of a stolen check. Then you need to inform any banks you use and the check monitoring companies of this event. It's best to do the notifications in writing by certified mail. Your bank should reverse the charges and fees. You also need to check your credit reports for any unauthorized activity.
As long as your mother's name in not on the abstract and your name is nowhere on the deed, she should be able to sell the house without. concern. There could be a problem if your mother inherited the house from your father without a will. If that was the case you could have an unrecorded ownerhip interest in the house and your mother would not have the right to sell without your permission.
What kind of accomodations do you need? Is it a physical access problem? Are you deaf or hard-of-hearing? If yes, then he has to provide some kind of interpreting service. Is the failure to accomodate causing him to offer you substandard service?