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Peter Robert Stone

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  • Can a person from a debt collection agency come on to my property and open my garage and take pictures with out my permission.

    i am in foreclosure and the bank sends people out to my home to make sure the home is not burnt to the ground. my property is posted private property no trespassing and this women opened up my car doors and took pictures she went into my garage a...

    Peter’s Answer

    Sounds like tresspass call the police.

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  • Do I need a lawyer's representation to answer a letter from a debt collection agency in the US, about a debt I got in Mexico?

    Dear Sir/Madame, I signed a contract with a resort in Cancun Mexico last July for a timeshares for almost $10,000. Within a month I regretted doing it, and informed the resort by email that I wanted to terminate the contract. I didn't understan...

    Peter’s Answer

    You need to see if you agreed to arbitration or court in Mexico

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  • A question about a Wage Garnishment Order by a Creditor and it's Docket Number.

    I was notified by my employer last week that a Creditor has obtained a EWO by the court. I am going to the court to obtain the "Entire File" on this Garnishment Order. However, I have a question. The County Clerks Database online shows that thi...

    Peter’s Answer

    If you were not properly served you can attempt to set aside the judgment. If you were served you can file a claim of exemption with the sheriff.

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  • Is there any way to dispute this towing debt?

    Our car which was in my husband's name was given 72 hours to move and did not (because we were not there and the car inoperable, we had moved and we sent someone down to tow the vehicle but when they got there it was gone) was towed and taken to a...

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    If wrongfully towed you could sue them in the small claims court

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  • Regarding debt collection procedures in the state of California, is this legal, can I sue? Where do I file a complaint?

    I attempted to cash a 1500 check at a check cashing business where I have been a customer for 20 yrs.It was a Sunday, so the employee want able to verify with the business that the check was from, that it hadn't been cancelled, etc. The check was ...

    Peter’s Answer

    I would need to see the complete contract between you but under the doctrine of offset probably they can.

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  • Needlestick by healthcare provider. Right to testing information?

    I received a vaccination with a needle that the pharmacist stuck himself with. He must have self reported. They gave me a claim number for this and told me he was getting tested. I haven't heard back. My results won't be back until Monday. This ...

    Peter’s Answer

    Can't tell from the facts asserted here.

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  • WHY WOULD A TESTATOR AND 1 CHILD NOT BE CONCERNED THAT THE TESTATORS WILL HAS SUDDENLY GONE MISSING,AND THE OTHER 3 CHILDREN ARE

    WHEN THE WILL IS MENTIONED, THE TESTATOR AND 1 CHILD ACTS SUSPICIOUSLY,BUT NEITHER SHOWS CONCERN.

    Peter’s Answer

    If the testator is alive then he can do whatever he wishes.

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  • Can you contest a will if testator didnt until 14 years later after making will that he had another child and had DNA test done?

    My friend didn't know who is father was for certain until he was 28. He flew from TX to AK to ask him to do a DNA test.They both flew to see each other a few times but his dad was 73 when they met and began to suffer from dementia and other health...

    Peter’s Answer

    Send a certified letter demanding copiese of documents and assets and proving you are his son. Check with attorney for the deadlines as they may be very short.

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  • My writes to a book

    My fiance and love for 6yrs passed away. His mother said I could do what I want with his belongings. I have a bunch of his writings and poems that I want to make into a book about our life. Do I have to get this approved by his family? I do not pl...

    Peter’s Answer

    Get his family to sign over the rights to you.

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  • Amendment to trust not notarised what are my chances of being beneficery is there something I need to do

    On 4/14/14, I was asked by a friend who I called my Godfather. To be a beneficiery to his trust.he ammended a ltr 5/9 died 5/13 attorney received letter added my name and informed step daughter who now is successor trustee of last wishes on trust ...

    Peter’s Answer

    Was the leter signed. Was it in the testators handwriting. Was it a will itself?

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