We built a landscape business together. I initially purchased the name, logo, design, website, etc. for the business before starting. We purchased every piece of equipment together out of our business checking account (joint) and few in cash. Seco...
I think you need to speak with an attorney as soon as possible. If the equipment is owned by you and not insured properly it could lead to substantial liabilities in the future, among other things.
my urine sample showed blood and when I asked her where it was coming from she told me not to worry about it because it was microscopic. I insisted to know where it was coming from and she finally sent me for a ultra sound which showed a p...
Yes. However, before you do anything you should go and meet with a doctor and take care of immediate medical needs. I would then consult with a malpractice attorney.
Hello, We're a web design agency. A business owner contacted us asking for a website. He paid a milestone of 20% and asked for a preview. We published the website online so he could see it. He was satisfied with the website however after a whi...
The Massachusetts Consumer Protection Statute provides for business-to-business transactions. What you described amounts to a breach of contract, unjust enrichment, and a possible violation of MGL c. 93A section 11. There is no demand letter requirement as is the case in business to consumer transactions but you need an attorney to represent you if you are a corporation.
My 80 year old father tsold his house to his attorney, I think is a conflict of interest. Worse, he sold it $250K below value. I have emails from my father stating he wanted to back out of the deal; however, the lawyer stated he already fixed his ...
Did your father have any other attorney representing him at any point in time when this happened? Where was your father residing at the time he passed away?
My friend is a senior citizen, never married & no children, and lives alone in her family home she grew up in. Both parents are deceased and she shares ownership of the home with her 2 brothers. The family home will be put on the market next ye...
The answer to your question depends on the language in the trust. If the money is running low most trusts will have a provision allowing termination, however, nobody can tell you anything without reading the language. Assuming they can terminate and sell, she may have other options and she should seek legal assistance immediately.
I got any Attorney she is filing Chapter 13 supposedly did alot of damage to my cottage( my daughter and her husband )plus they took all my stuff have never paid a cent on the place my attorney had me sign papers that I will never go after them ...
If you have an attorney then you should start by calling him or her to discuss this situation. If you already signed "papers" it might be too late.See question
I was pregnant and seeing my ob every 2 weeks. The labs screwed up my urine at least 2 times. I was home sick for over 3 months. I complained that I didn't believe it was the flu. It was cancer Multiple Myeloma. My kidneys were shot (requiring...
The answer to your question is going to depend on a combination of what your medical records suggest and what an expert opinion would support. It could be malpractice, and if it is, you also need to show damages to be in a position to collect. Speak with an attorney as soon as you can.
I had a small claims court judgement to pay the plaintiff $2000 by June 2013. I have not been able to pay and I have a paper from court for a payment review. What happens if I do not go
A capias (civil arrest warrant) may issue or the matter could be put on for a new date. Depending on your circumstances you may be eligible for bankruptcy. If appropriate, a bankruptcy petition could eliminate the debt altogether. Speak with an attorney to learn more.
My company ordered customized limestone for a private residence in MA. The stone was fabricated in Germany and was ordered by subcontractor. The terms were 50% deposit, which was received and the balance prior to release. The terms were FOB Edison...
This is a specially manufactured good and you may have recourse beyond filing a mechanics lien for damage you suffer as a result of the rejection of a specially manufactured good under the UCC. There are very strict procedures to follow to remain eligible for recovery. Speak with an attorney as soon as you can.
The Issue happened before i bought the house. Now i cant sell it.
If you have title insurance find the policy. Most companies have an online claims reporting service that will allow you to report the issue through their website but you will need the policy information. If it is covered they will take steps to resolve the issue. If you do not have title insurance there are options available but you should speak with an attorney immediately.