Timothy Bryan Liebaert’s Answers

Timothy Bryan Liebaert

Palm Springs Real Estate Attorney.

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  1. Can I sue my neighbor for smoke damage?

    Answered almost 5 years ago.

    1. Timothy Bryan Liebaert
    1 lawyer answer

    Sure. You can sue them for that. You would have to be very reasonable in your approach. For example, write them a nice letter first. Then, you can ramp it up if they continue. Then, however, I think you would have to find some way to demonstrate that the smoke infiltration has "unreasonably" interfered with the "quiet enjoyment" of your home. So, for example, there are actually people who can come to your home and make an "expert" determination that there is a smoke smell in your home....

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  2. Someone used our C-36 license to pull a permit in the city of Beverly Hills without my consent. What can be done about this?

    Answered almost 5 years ago.

    1. Timothy Bryan Liebaert
    1 lawyer answer

    This seems to be major fraud. First, it would be my suggestion that you find out who did this...and then file a lawsuit for an injunction. This could also damage your company or may have already and there may be monetary damages. Then, report to the contractors board and make a police report. Get the injunction, pronto. If you would like to talk further please call.

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  3. How do you report fraud?

    Answered almost 5 years ago.

    1. Timothy Bryan Liebaert
    1 lawyer answer

    This should be rather easy. (1) make a police report, (2) contact the local public agency that protects the elderly (every city and/ or county has one.) (3) Find an attorney that will file a lawsuit for Financial Elder Abuse, Conversion (theft of property), Fraud, etc. I suggest you look at the following: ag.ca.gov/bmfea/pdfs/citizens_guide.pdf

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  4. I am looking for a lawyer (litigator) for non profit org. Anyone you can recommend? Thanks - Carlos

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Catherine Elizabeth Bennett
    2. Uduak Inyang Oduok
    3. Timothy Bryan Liebaert
    3 lawyer answers

    I would strongly suggest your contact Richard Ackerman, Esq., in Riverside. He is (in my view) within the top 10 of Con. Law attorneys in the State. Further, Richard is has deep religious convictions and has represented everyone from Mormons to Gay interests, without any conflict in his approach. That is one reason why he is such a good attorney. Reasonably priced, fair and honest. Tim Liebaert, Esq.

  5. My children were taken away by social worker. First hearing had been done . The father is out of the house. What do I do next

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Mark L Tseselsky
    2. Hillary Johns
    3. Timothy Bryan Liebaert
    3 lawyer answers

    At the outset, I suspect you are in Dependency Court. DC can be a difficult place to be. Having a good attorney can make all the difference in the world, because this is an area for "evidence creation." The evidence exists, but it must be put into a legal framework so it can be used in court. The law "favors" re-unification. The court "should be," interested in the creation of a re-unification plan. This is your opportunity to demonstrate your "good character in order to have your child(...

  6. I am a sole proprietor of a small engineering firm with over 30 yrs. of experience and with all credentials, see comments bellow

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Clauson Timothy Smoot
    2. Kevin Samuel Sullivan
    3. Rabeh M. A. Soofi
    4. Brian Stanton Case
    5. Timothy Bryan Liebaert
    5 lawyer answers

    If the allegation have absolutely no truth behind them, then they may be considered “slanderous per se.” That means that some statements, because they are so naturally and obviously harmful, are considered per se defamatory. In defamation per se claims the plaintiff does not have to prove actual injury to reputation because the harm to the plaintiff is presumed. The plaintiff still has the burden to establish the other four elements even if he does not need to prove harm or damages. In...

  7. I was admin transferred to another county the day after I was paroled,they said I had to llive 35 miles and another county

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Sarah Lynn White
    2. Timothy Bryan Liebaert
    2 lawyer answers

    “The Board of Prison Terms upon granting any parole to any prisoner may also impose on the parole any conditions that it may deem proper.” (P.C. 3053(a).) The usual conditions govern the parolee's residence, employment, and civil rights, restrict the use of alcoholic beverages and motor vehicles, and forbid possession of narcotics and weapons. However, the circumstances of the case may dictate still further conditions. Thus, if another sovereign asserts a claim to try a prospective California...

  8. I have changed my corporation's name with the state to take off an old partner, what else needs to be done?

    Answered almost 4 years ago.

    1. Bryant Keith Martin
    2. Timothy Bryan Liebaert
    2 lawyer answers

    Sometimes there is no bright line. But do get a new DBA to demonstrate that this is a "new business." If you can change the name a bit, that is best.

  9. My lease has expired and the landlord has not given me a new lease since 2007. Now I find that they are not paying the mortgage

    Answered over 4 years ago.

    1. Timothy Bryan Liebaert
    1 lawyer answer

    I do not see that you have many options. If you do not have a written lease, with a term (time) on the lease, then you have a month to month tenancy; and you can be evicted at will. The issue about not paying the mortgage is not of your concern. It would be of your concern if you had a lease for the next couple of years, for example, and you have to move "because" of a foreclosure. The 1400 dollar deposit must be returned, with the exception of costs for damages to the property. (Normal...

  10. Am I going to prison or jail for hs11378 in san bernardino,ca .its my first offense.

    Answered over 4 years ago.

    1. Roland Xavier Tiemann
    2. Timothy Bryan Liebaert
    2 lawyer answers

    California Health and Safety Code 11378 pertains to the possession of controlled substances with intent to sell, and includes references to related California drug codes. Code 11378 includes the associated penalty for violating the law and any exceptions to the law. It is followed by codes related to additional offenses regarding illegal possession or handling of controlled substances. California Health and Safety Code 11378 prohibits the illegal possession of controlled substances for...