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Laurel Edgeworth’s Answers

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  • Can I terminate or at least have my money refund from recent timeshare purchase due to bipolar disorder problems,cost-effective?

    Several hospitalizations, last 7-8/09 don't socialize frequent medication changes since then, pushed into buying timeshare in5/1/08, took vacation to HI and Disney. Pressed to talked to sellers, didn't want to, talked into buying, even discussed ...

    Laurel’s Answer

    Termination of a contract is generally governed by the terms of the contract. You should seek the counsel of a licensed attorney in your area to review your contract and advise you on your options.

    Disclaimer: This post does not constitute legal advice and does not establish an attorney-client relationship.

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  • Is this propriety agreement and non-compete agreement legal in California

    When I was hired at a kids hair salon in 2005 i signed this agreement that is below but have since left and found that this may of been illegal and I wouuld like to solicite my customers but don't want trouble.See below Propretary agreement: I...

    Laurel’s Answer

    Non-compete agreements are generally frowned upon in California, but as long as they are reasonable, a court will uphold them. Without more information, it is difficult to answer your question directly. However, if you are getting clients through the salon and try to take them with you if you are leaving, you may run into legal trouble with the salon. It would be best for you to consult with an attorney before you solicit any of these customers.

    Disclaimer: This post does not constitute legal advice and does not establish an attorney-client relationship.

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  • If i surrender a vehicle can i still be held responsible for making the payments?

    vehicle reposession

    Laurel’s Answer

    Typically, when you surrender a vehicle, they will attempt to sell it at auction to minimize their losses. If they do not get enough to cover the loan amount you still owe or the value of the vehicle, they can still seek money from you. Generally, it depends on the policy of your lender.

    Disclaimer: This post does not constitute legal advice and does not establish an attorney-client relationship.

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