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Ray Lee Flores II

Ray Flores’s Answers

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  • I received a personal judgment. can they go after my business?

    personal judgment was for a business i entered with my sister and brother in law. they are only coming after me.

    Ray’s Answer

    First of all, were you properly served? Did you have an opportunity to fight the case. If you get me the case number, I would be happy to look it up and see what options you have other than being a sitting duck for collections. Even if they are able to collect, negotiations and other options are available.

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  • My friend is in jail to prove he wasn't involved ive been asked to submit a notarized statement I just want want to know what th

    He is accussed of stealing a motorcycle but he was out of town at the time it was stolen and I was with him

    Ray’s Answer

    Who is asking you to provide a notarized statement? Also, your declaration/testimony my be insufficient to have the DA drop the case or for him to be found not guilty. There are other ways of proving he was not in town. He needs to contact an exerienced criminal attorney to handle this matter.

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  • Will i go to jail if i drove without a license and insurance?

    I got pulled over driving without a licesne or insurance,but this is my second time that they stoped me for not having a license, i have been to court before but i never paid the tickets that i had would i go to jail if i do pay everything now and...

    Ray’s Answer

    Maybe. There are too many variables for anyone to properly answer this question. I agree with the other attorneys, you need to hire a competent lawyer immediately.

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  • How to dispute a debt with a collection agency when their was a breach of contract by the personal trainer?

    I made a 6 month payment agreement with a personal trainer however she breach the contract. In the month of January 2012 this individual took a vacation with little or no prior notice given. During this time the personal trainer decided to contin...

    Ray’s Answer

    As a general rule. Personal Services contracts are not assignable. Were/are you continuing to take classes from the new trainer. If so, you may have waived your rights for your trainer's "temporary absence.

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  • Obtaining bank records in anticipation of civil litigation.

    A potential client wants to obtain bank records from a joint account for activity 20 years ago. Our potential client requested the documents directly from the bank, who refused. There is no current case pending, however our potential client anti...

    Ray’s Answer

    Before you file, you need to speak to a competent attorney to advise you on such matters as the statute of limitations.

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  • How do I ask for Motion for Dismiss if creditor lawyer refuses to answer my Request for Production and Interrogatories?

    A credit card lawyer sued me and mailed Combined Interrogatories, Request for Admission and Production as one document. I requested for the Admission to be separately stated and that I would respond when I receive it. I had also sent the lawyer ...

    Ray’s Answer

    This is a complicated process. A motion to compel may be in order depending on any justifications for the refusal to respond. There are procedural requiements and it takes hours to put this motion together. If the Plaintiff is ordered to respond and doesn't, then a motion for terminating sanctions could be the winning move. Merely asking the court to dismiss the case without following these steps will probably fail.

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  • Hi my name is Fred White, and I'm in the military, but i have a problem. I recently let somebody take over payments of my car th

    Hi my name is Fred White, and I'm in the military, but i have a problem. I recently let somebody take over payments of my car that i still have a loan on, but they are now behind on payments, and i ha vent heard from them in more than a week, they...

    Ray’s Answer

    This is quite a problem. Your loan company most likely will not let you off the hook and you'll be
    still responsible for car payments. If the company repossesses the car, they will probably
    sue you for the damages. Therefore, you will need to bring an action in court to regain possession of the car and sue for damages. This is a complicated and expensive process designed for car loan companies rather than for inviduals.

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