Legal Advice for Small Claims Court — 194 results
Written by attorney Adam Jay Jaffe, about 1 year ago.
The following statements are suggested to be told to a judge during a landlord-tenant small claims trial after the landlord has failed to return some or all of a security deposit. These... more
Written by attorney Jeremy Canipe, 5 months ago.
There is great financial value to having good contracts and legal planning in place for your business. You can usually expect to spend 10 times the costs in court costs when a dispute... more
Written by attorney James B. Heston, 3 months ago.
Sued over an unpaid debt in Texas? Here's what you need to know to handle your debt lawsuit yourself. You have 14 days to Answer from the date you are served. Once you have been served,... more
Written by attorney Ronald Burdge, over 1 year ago.
Some tips and suggestions that will help you decide if you need a Lemon Law lawyer and if so how to choose a good one.
Written by attorney Michael Szklasz, 2 months ago.
Arbitration clauses in contracts have been on the rise lately. These clauses can strip the consumer of very important rights and remedies. Any chance to have a dispute heard by an... more
Written by attorney David R. Bruegel, 3 months ago.
It really doesn't matter what the problem is, if you are asking, and you can't get an employer, a former spouse, whomever, to reply, in a legal context, take a look at these guideline... more
Written by attorney Bennett Wills, 4 months ago.
So you’ve moved out. You left the place in good order, handed in your keys, done everything you were supposed to. And still, your landlord refuses to return your security deposit! What... more
Written by attorney Michael Satterwhite, 5 months ago.
An Execution is an order from the court authorizing our office to utilize the Sheriff in causing payment to be made on the Judgment in the amount of the “Execution Total”, which includes... more
Written by attorney Peter Lamont, 9 months ago.
Trick or treaters will soon be visiting and preparations must be made. Apart from the obvious requirements (candy and costumes), your 'to do' list should include a liability checkup.... more
Written by attorney Peter Lamont, 12 months ago.
Businesses and individuals who have incurred expenses and performed services for others but have not entered into a formal contract may still be able to recover monies under a theory of... more
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