I purchased a used 2015 vehicle from XXXX on 7/29/17, signed all of the paperwork, approved for financing and drove off the lot with the car that day. I received a phone call from them on Monday stating that the car has a lien on it for over $10,...
If they don't make you whole then sue them for breach of contract, fraud and possible violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act. You should definite pull all three credit reports from annualcreditreport.com ( Trans Union, Experian and Equifax). I bet there is some inappropriate pulls of credit information happening . Good luck.See question
I have made a partial payment for this month's mortgage. Will pay the rest before month end.
As a general rule, you are supposed to make timely post bankruptcy payments to mortgage holders while you are under chapter 13 of the bankruptcy code. being chronically late can cause problems. However, a one time late payment is not going to be a big deal. Good luck.See question
I've lived year round on it for over 4 years. The boat has an approximate value of $5000. I own no other property and my total asset value is no more than $2000 beyond the value of the boat. I make less than $10,000 a year.
You absolutely can claim the federal homestead exemption for the boat. The homestead applies to both real property ( a house) and or personal property, and a boat is considered personal property.See question
Wondering if an informal postnup with signatures, a date, but no witness and notary will be valid in court
Your question appears to be very specific. I say that just because the signatures are not witnessed or notarized DOES NOT make the agreement per se unenforceable. However as outlined by the other response the agreement may be unenforceable for other reasons.See question
I went through the divorce hearing and judge passed the divorce. I didn't get the paperwork in on time due to work travelling. Now it's been over a year and need to know if I have to refile.?
A lawyer could quickly check the a family court docket and tell you what you need to do relative to the pending case. it may have been dismissed or it may be active and just sitting dormant which is highly unlikely. If the case was dismissed then you have to start the entire process again from the beginning.See question
I recently purchased a vehicle from a dealer. It didn't pass inspection twice because of a check engine light. I asked for a refund of my deposit, but the dealer told me no cash refunds, and they would fix it. They sold me the truck without an ins...
was this a small corner lot dealer or one of the more reputable ones? How many miles on the odometer at time of purchase/ What type of warranty did you get??See question
Do I have any chance to get them to put new tire on it he only had it for 6 days
Sounds like what you are really saying is that the inspection was fake and should have never passed. That's a different issue.See question
I bought a certified used car from a reputable real dealership(i wont put the name here). 1)They shredded & reworked paperwork telling me only 1 thing changed. 2) they had me drive off lot w/ 0 paperwork/bill of sale,ect. 3)cars 182 pt inspe...
This is more common than you think. You buy a car relying on the fact that it is a so called "certified" vehicle. They tell you that they went through the car and did a 1000 point inspection. You later find out that all the representations were lies. This is fraud. You should not let them off the hook. Sue the bastards and make them pay!See question
I can't go far from my house if even at all. I want to file for divorce but I have been told I have to be in the court room. I will have massive attacks. Is there any way I can have an attorney go with out me?
I think a person most certainly can get divorced through a valid power of attorney in Rhode Island and not have to be present. I know that because I just did it for a client.See question
Per our divorce agreament we put money aside to help daughter pay for college. The ex wife has had control of the money & never put it in a seperate account & My daughter only attended a comunity college for maybe 2 semesters so she never spent a...
Since you are asking the question I am assuming that the agreement is not crystal clear on this issue. Confront ex wife and ask her about the issue. Put the inquiry in writing. ASk for an accounting of the monies spent on college for daughter. Now she will either answer and provide the information and or tell you to go pound tar ( aka "go to hell") . If she take the later approach then you bring her back to court and demand the accounting.See question