Commonwealth of Massachusetts, taunton district court sent a letter to my ex husbands address in my name. I asked him for it, he said he lost it. My 13 year old son said he opened it, read it then proceeded to burn it in the fireplace. I found ...
Any lawyer with a computer can look up the information from the docket. This information is also available to the public through the Massachusetts Trial Court website. There is a search by name function. It might not tell you what the letter said but it would give you case information.
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My divorce lawyer gave bad legal advice, missed procedural deadline, ignored request to do discovery, told me not to settle then bullied me to settle, got me to collect 200 hours of evidence for Judge's opinion, refused to stop trying to negotiate...
You may have a number of other issues here, but your question can be answered in one word: yes.See question
I cannot find out anything i was his caretaker but i was atrested 6 weeks before he passed but i am out of jail
If you are an interested party the person who files the probate pleadings has a duty to notify you. The probate court in the county where he passed away should have the file, assuming it was filed.See question
I have been behind on my car loan, my vehicle was repossessed without warning, today. Capital One cancelled the payment I had pending, and took my vehicle. I wasn't warned that my vehicle would be repossessed.
If you are eligible and it otherwise makes sense, you can file for bankruptcy protection and they would need to return the car immediately.See question
I am a senior who is embroiled in a probate dispute with a family member who has stolen trust assets from my wife and me. Since the majority of our assets have been stolen, we have limited funds to pay a lawyer out of pocket. However, the stolen...
Depending on your circumstances you may have a claim for fraud, interference with expectancy, and breach of a fiduciary duty. The key to wining these cases is to tie up assets of the wrongdoer. The law is clear, but the facts are what is most important. To prepare to speak to a lawyer who may be able to take your case, begin documenting everything now. Details matter. Once you have enough evidence to prove the wrongdoing, then call an attorney who specializes in litigation.
My ex-husband recently passed away and we have a child together. It was court mandated in our divorce decree as well as another court order when he tried to change it without notification that we each carry a $250,000 life insurance policy in cas...
Hire a lawyer. Among other things, you may have a claim against his estate for his failure to abide by the terms of the divorce agreement. This is not something that you should handle on your own.
I did not find out about this until a letter from the IRS came asking for Back payment of taxes on these accounts. The IRS letters were in my Sons names. These Custodial accounts were set up with a very well known Company, Fidelity Investment. So...
This is something that you need an attorney for. The first thing your attorney would do is ask you to prove the claim. Start compiling records now. If a claim exist for fraud, among other things, find out what assets your sister has to attach as security for a judgment you or your sons expect to obtain. Unless you have security you have little leverage. File suit and seek an attachment on the assets on an emergency basis. Then serve the complaint, prove your case, and recover on the judgment from those assets you attached.
Find an attorney who has done this before.
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My father passed over a year ago & his estate went into probate. He hired a lawyer to handle everything before hand since he was diagnosed with Alzheimer's. When he was still alive his lawyer arraigned for him to hire another lawyer that dealt wit...
The answer to your question depends on a number of factors. Probate records are available online. If you know the name of the county where your dad lived when he passed away you may be able to find the records yourself (if they were filed). Each county maintains different records.
Any competent attorney should be able to determine if the case was actually filed very quick. If it was, you can get a copy of everything. If it was not, you need to find a new attorney and get your money back.
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The client doesn't want to talk to me, so they hired a lawyer to force me to meet to address a legal matter. I told the lawyer that I was willing to talk to their client directly, but not at his lawyer's office, with lawyers present, as they requ...
If you are concerned about talking to their lawyer yourself you should consider hiring your own attorney now.See question
I have a website and for the past couple of years another breeder has false information about my business on her main page of her web page. She is doing the same thing as me and must want to garnish my name since I am more popular. But I need to d...
It depends on whether her use of "false" information is actionable on a claim for misrepresentation or intentional interference claim, among others. There is also a chance this could be an unfair and deceptive practice prohibited under MGL c. 93A. The truth is that based on the brief summary you provided, any attorney lacks sufficient information to give you a meaningful response.
Talk to a business litigation attorney.