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  • I have pictures of my 28 yr old ex and her 48 yr old boyfriend doing illegal things in a park while children are present..

    also i have saved faceboook messages to where the say that dont worry shell be sore in the morning and this is on her visitation what right do i have as a father with 50 joint and 50 physical she also has been keeping my son from me and i have fil...

    Tiffany’s Answer

    If you believe that the mother's behavior is endangering the child or placing them in detrimental situations, you can file a Request for an Order to change the 50/50 arrangement you currently have. Any evidence that you have to support your concerns should be submitted to the court to help the judge make his/her decision.

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  • My lanlords brother has been collecting the rent and hes not the owner apartment is in foreclosure do i still pay him?

    the other brother whos actually owned the place lost the apartment bank owns the place now and the brother has been pocketing for the last two years

    Tiffany’s Answer

    If the house has been sold at a foreclosure sale, then you are not required to pay rent to the prior owner. You will most likely be receiving something from the new owner regarding your tenancy.

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  • Hello I lost my house on December 9th now I got this via mail how can I protect my self? Request for entry of default???

    what is my rights on this matter this people wants to take me to court on this (Request for entry of default) I need help thank you

    Tiffany’s Answer

    You should take whatever documents you received to an attorney as soon as possible to determine what is the best legal recourse. If unlawful detainer proceedings have been initiated against you by the new owners of your house, you only have a very limited time in which to respond.

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  • I need Foreclosure eviction defense or foreclosure UD defense attorney with Appellate experience,

    In UD court in Pasadena, LA County, I need Foreclosure eviction defense or foreclosure UD defense attorney with Appellate experience, to file a motion for reconsideration and/or a motion for relief from attorney negligence pursuant to Code of Civi...

    Tiffany’s Answer

    You need to provide more information regarding what you believe is the basis for your motion for reconsideration and/or appeal.

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  • What kind of motion will I file against a Lender who wrongfully foreclosed my property? Do I still have a case?

    My property was foreclosed by this lender and I went to court for illegally foreclosing on my property. The court has scheduled us for two management conferences. On the third management conference, I had a stroke two days before the hearing. I t...

    Tiffany’s Answer

    What type of remedy were you seeking that was decided on during the Case Management Conference in your absence? That will determine what type of motion and/or relief you will need to seek next.

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  • Foreclosure Notices & publications

    In California, foreclosure sales can be postponed for up to one year per CA Civil Code 2924 g (c) (2). The postponement reasons are outlined in 2924 g (c) (1). No matter what the postponement reason, a new notice of trustee sale must be posted and...

    Tiffany’s Answer

    If the Notice of Trustee Sale was recorded on 3/13/12 then the notice did not expire until 3/12/2013. Your home was sold within the 365 day period so this would not be a basis to challenge the sale.

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  • My brother just got arrested he has priors of

    PC 459 HS 11377(A) PC 466 PC 667.5(B) 496D VC 10851(A) PC 496D(A) PC 466.5(A) PC 667.5(B) HS 11550(A) PC 466 PC 1214.1(A) PC 12020 HS 11550(A) PC 1214.1(A) N and his new charges are PC 496(D) VC 10851(A) PC 496D(A) PC 667.5(B) PC 666.5(A) how much...

    Tiffany’s Answer

    You did not indicate what he was arrested for. There are minimum and maximum sentences for each charge. His prior record, including a number of other factors, will play a part in whether he gets the min or max sentence.

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  • Hi, I am suing a company for fraud and need to ask a question about my pleading

    I plead fraud, actual fraud, and negligent misrepresentation. I plead that Defendant denied me a benefit because the Defendant claimed I didn't sign the contract. It turns out in Discovery that the Defendant didn't deny me for that reason. It was...

    Tiffany’s Answer

    If you have found new information based on discovery, yes you should file an amended complaint. You will need to file a motion to get the Court's permission to file another amended complaint. In the motion you will want to point out the newly discovered information and proposed amendments based on the new facts.

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  • Who can be sued in a Identity theft case resulting in fraud mortgage and pending foreclosure?

    I am a 11 year combat veteran who served from 2001 to 2012 and became an ID theft victim by my mother. After my partner conducted a personal investigation we found out that she had made fake POA's and took out a second mortgage on a home I owned a...

    Tiffany’s Answer

    I agree with my colleagues. I would point out that time is of the essence given you have a pending foreclosure. The last thing you want is for the home to be sold to a third party purchaser. You should consult with an attorney to file your claims as quickly as possible to protect your interests.

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