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Asked about 8 hours ago - Watertown, MA
Yes, you can. There are a few other ways to go about this transaction besides a power of attorney document. Whatever...
Dorothy G Bunce
Asked about 3 hours ago - Washington, DC
No, the suggestion of bankruptcy doesn't stop the garnishment, it simply notifies the local court that there is a...
Asked 4 days ago - Russellville, AL
To my knowledge there is not a Statute of Limitations, per se, on Restitution. Ala. R. of Criminial Procedure 26.11...
John P Corrigan
Asked about 2 hours ago - San Francisco, CA
Is completely dependent on what the company Bylaws say in this regard (which were initially adopted by the shareholders...
Asked about 2 hours ago - Wisconsin Rapids, WI
You should get a lawyer to help with this as soon as possible. If your record is what you claim it to be, there is a...
Asked about 1 hour ago - Baltimore, MD
Unless the attorneys are fishing for assets to recover on some kind of judgment, there's no reason they should be...
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E Dwight Taylor
Asked 1 day ago - Colorado Springs, CO
Ir is possible that by "walk away" you intend simply to abandon the property and allow the lender to foreclose....
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Asked about 1 hour ago - Charlotte, NC
I'm afraid there's not enough information here to really understand your situation, or to give an answer. (Please see...
Asked 6 days ago - Charlotte, NC
Consent orders may only be modified by the consent and agreement of the parties who entered the initial consent order....
Asked 2 days ago - Los Angeles, CA
I agree with Mr. Spirtos that you need to consult a real estate attorney, but that lawyer, or someone, also has to...
Asked 39 minutes ago - Arlington, VA
These are questions you should ask a criminal defense attorney in your area. If the judge finds you guilty, one of the...
Asked 4 days ago - Vista, CA
Hire an experienced personal injury attorney to go to bat for you on this case. Insurance adjusters will offer you the...
Asked about 1 hour ago - Sacramento, CA
Hiring local counsel is always the best idea. It may cost a little bit of money but it's always worth it in the end. If...
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Asked about 5 hours ago - Chantilly, VA
You have 10 days from the date of your conviction to note your appeal. You may appeal to the circuit court as a matter...
Asked about 2 hours ago - Truckee, CA
As long as both the judgment & the property are in California, all you need to do is record. Michael is just looking...
Asked about 1 hour ago - Hartland, WI
If your landlord has threatened you, you should call the police (it is likely a crime), and you should also consider...
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Asked 3 days ago - Renton, WA
Not your problem. Ms. Powell hit the nail on the head on locks. Also, your deposit is for excess damage or wear and...
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Asked 40 minutes ago - Sacramento, CA
Unfortunately no. a dismissal in court does not get the administrative
Asked about 1 hour ago - El Dorado, AR
My colleague is correct. Without more information, we cannot even begin to assist you.
Asked 43 minutes ago - Bedford, VA
You touch on a couple of the factors that are used to determine spousal support. Is she physically able to work, is it...
There is a judgement against you. The statute of limitations would have only prevented the attorney from filing suit -...
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Asked 3 days ago - Williamsburg, VA
Your son cannot sue--he is forever barred from bringing a patient care suit as Attorney Cave explained, he can demand...
Asked about 1 hour ago - Boise, ID
Lawyers sub in on cases all the time, even if the prior attorney his claiming a lien. Use Avvo to find a good attorney...
Asked about 2 hours ago - Richmond, VA
The short answer is, no, the job in and of itself wouldn't pose a problem as long as you meet all of the other...
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Asked about 1 hour ago - South Bay, FL
Your marriage is a bar to a visitor's visa, and also a bar to the F-1 visa. You need to petition him and he will need...
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Shaun K. Boss
Asked about 3 hours ago - San Diego, CA
From your post it sounds like there may already be a South Carolina judgment and you expect them to file an Application...
Asked about 2 hours ago - Ontario, CA
The property that is protected is described in state laws called exemptions. In California, there are two types of...
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Asked 44 minutes ago - Danville, KY
No legal obligation to do so unless your Mother's will directed that you do so. In fact in many instances the decedent...
Asked about 20 hours ago - Metairie, LA
These contractors could be liable for trespassing, as well as destruction of property. Personally, if it were me, I...
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Asked about 14 hours ago - Philadelphia, PA
My colleagues are correct as to tax clearance aspects - but let provide an additional comment. The concept of...
Asked 3 days ago - Greeley, CO
Depending upon the language of the lease and the facts in your case, the termination of the lease by the landlord may...
Asked 35 minutes ago - Saginaw, MI
I am so sorry for what you have experienced. First off, please understand that it is not you. No child deserves to be...
Asked about 1 hour ago - Hernando, MS
Pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act section 805(d) - yes they can talk to your spouse.
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Asked about 18 hours ago - Los Angeles, CA
Starting with your basic question, in America we usually have free market forces at work. Unless you have a written...
Asked 3 days ago - San Francisco, CA
The company is well within its rights to do as you have noted. Good luck to you.
Asked about 1 hour ago - Bedford, VA
In answering your question in a broad sense, a spouse may not generally refuse to support themselves if they are able...
Asked about 16 hours ago - Deptford, NJ
This may or may not stay i the municpal court. If you have already had your case reviewed by the county prosecutor and...
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Asked about 1 hour ago - Louisville, KY
You could ask. But under the law this is a collateral issue and there would not be any right nor ability to force them...
Asked about 2 hours ago - New York, NY
Asked about 8 hours ago - Chicago, IL
Good advice is being suggested - contact and consult with an attorney. Most lawyers provide for a free consultation.
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David C. Newton
Asked 3 days ago - Foxboro, MA
I agree with my colleagues. I would just add bring proof that you have an active license now and see if they will...
Asked 43 minutes ago - 05491
Contracts can be verbal for most things. Some contracts require a writing but the onus would be on the Defendant to...
Asked about 5 hours ago - Olympia, WA
As always Mr. Cutting is correct. Document the heck out of everything and be ready to take the landlord to small...
Asked about 3 hours ago - San Francisco, CA
I'm Not Sure What You Mean That "They Never Sue If You Don't Pay". That's Why People Get Sued, For Failing To Pay...
Asked about 1 hour ago - Pomona, CA
Completely up to you
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Asked about 2 hours ago - Kent, OH
If assets were not set up during Dad's life to avoid probate at his death, then there is no way to skirt the probate...
Asked 2 days ago - Hawthorne, CA
The answer is no. However, if you were fired because you were disabled and needed time off, there might be a violation...
Scott L Levine
Asked 1 day ago - Philadelphia, PA
Your analysis seems to be spot on, in that he is probably doing this now to offset the child support he pays. He is...
32 minutes ago
It appears the statute of limitations may have run. However, I am unclear as to whether you had a specific agreement...
Asked about 1 hour ago - Dallas, TX
I do not understand the question. Perhaps you could add more explanation to this.
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