Both of our names are on the title. He pays the mortgage but he doesn't own the house. Suddenly now he wants to sell the house. I don't want to sell the house. He is acknowledging that the house needs lots of repair. In order to sell the house ...
You have the right to fight back. I hope you have a lawyer.See question
My girlfriend and I have a house that we bought a year ago and both our names are on the mortgage and deed. If for some reason we decide to go our separate ways and I leave and she stays and pays the mortgage herself. Will I be liable for my half ...
Your mortgage and note must be reviewed. Generally both mortgage signers are jointly liable, regardless of who stays or goes. Leaving may be a default under the mortgage. I wish you asked for advice before buying.See question
I was entering a turning lane near a traffic light intersection. The other car appeared out of nowhere (after I checked and double checked that no one was on the left and as I turned in to the lane, I was simultaneously looking to the right to see...
Defend yourself! Turn the suit papers in to your liability insurer for the policy that was in effect at the time of the crash. Demand that they defend you and indemnify you against any judgment. You must cooperate with the attorney that the insurer assigns to defend you. If the insurer will not defend you, you must file an answer before the applicable deadline.See question
My aunt has his truck without his permission and won't release to me ,how can I go about getting the truck picked up
Many questions must be answered. To whom was the truck titled? Did he leave a will? Did he own real estate other than his homestead? Did he have other children? See a lawyer.See question
I no longer have that cover insured on the time of the accident
When a person is sued, they should determine which insurer(s) might owe coverage and then demand defense and indemnity. Typical auto liability policies are "occurrence" policies, meaning they cover claims that occur during the policy period (in effect at the time of a loss).See question
I was leasing a 2003 chevy trailblazer through fredy's used cars, and since i brought the truck (on may 4,2015) i have been having trouble. A couple days ago the brakes went out and found out it was the roaders(spelled wrong) and they had to fix i...
Yes you can sue. Such a claim is often defended with allegations that it was the customer's fault. Such a lawsuit would benefit from a good expert (a well-spoken and highly trained brake mechanic) that inspects the vehicle and gives opinions about causation.See question
Example :If i find someone who wants to owner finance their house at 2.5% interest and i have a buyer who is interested in that house at 10% interest. Can i get the sellers house under contract at their terms and assign the contract adding in my t...
Mr. Layton identified significant conflicts of interest which would constitute breaches of fiduciary duty.
A broker also acting as the banker could face a lawsuit for breach of fiduciary duty, fraud, statutory violations, treble damages, punitive damages, and disgorgement of fees (and perhaps loss of the broker's license).See question
By knowing this have been driving me crazy...I wanted to know...was this suppose to disclose?
I agree with my esteemed compadres.
I had a friend that won a case when a Texas realtor failed to disclose that a heinous murder occurred in a home. His case helped define Texas law.See question
I drank four sips
How big is a sip? It could range from a sip of light beer to a gulp of grain alcohol.
-times of consumption of each sip of alcohol
-weight of the person
-what else was in the stomach
-time of last meal
-the body's "tolerance" for alcohol;
Toxicologists aren't cheap. The prosecution gets one for free. You pay.See question
My landlord is saying I haven't paid rent in over a year. He is now in foreclosure. I don't have any receipts from my deposit. I received no notice that I was behind and assumed for over the past year everything was good. The bank is also sayin...
Jail is less likely than eviction. If you paid the rent, lawyer up!See question