These companies have been charging credit cards numerous times a month and when asked to cancel they say we cannot. How do we resolve this issues and get our money back?
Perhaps you should cancel the credit cards, challenge the charges, and stop signing up for magazines from your neighbor's kid's fund raising school drive. However if you really did not sign up for these magazines, and you really have no idea why you are being charged for them, then you should consult with a consumer attorney who may be able to make a claim under the fair credit reporting act or Connecticut collections practices act or perhaps the fair debt collection practices act.See question
Looking for a Spanish speaking law firm in Willimantic who handles Workman's Comp and/or employment misconduct. Any suggestions?
Attorney Christopher Hite handles Worker's Compensation all over the state and has a staff that speaks Spanish. Feel free to look him up on the Avvo find a lawyer option.See question
They told me I could pay them 600 today and 400 by the end of the month, but I would have to pay today. They said if they have to garnish my wages I will end up paying 10,000. I told the woman I am on maternity leave because I just had a baby and...
It does sound like a fake debt collector. It also sounds like you may have an FDCPA claim if they are collecting on a dead debt or collecting without authorization or licensure to do so. You should keep a diary of all your contacts with them (ie. date, time, name, and synopsis of conversation) There are a few firms in CT that handle this type of consumer law. Daniel Blinn in Rocky Hill handles FDCPA, as does Joanne Faulkner in New Haven and Rosenberg, Miller, Hite and Morilla in Stratford, CT. If this does not answer your question, please feel free to follow up with us.See question
i signed a contract for roof replacement. After the work was started, contractor said I needed boards and a vent for an additional $1,550. I agreed to this charge. Then the contractor said he measured wrong and offered to stop the work after hal...
You definitely need to review the contract with an attorney. There may be a number of other issues that you can make use of to "convince" the contractor to complete the work he began on your house. I would need to see the contract to assist you further.See question
Her fire arms are again secured in a gun safe that I don't have the combo for. Am I in violation of my parole? Can she loose her permit
I don't think that you can insulate your self entirely for the rest of your life from fire arms. I think that as long as the weapons are properly secured you should be ok.See question
Did work for capital construction whom already has lawsuits pending on him with the department of labor. He owes me a sufficient amount of money and refuses to pay. I have a check for 3 thirds of the amount owed but he stopped payment on it. I wou...
I think you need to bring a bad check action and depending on certain other details regarding the matter you may be able to use Connecticut Unfair Trades and Practices Act (CUTPA) and Unfair and Deceptive Acts and Practices Act (UDAP) as well as a number of other causes of action. You should definitely sit down with an attorney to go over this situation. You can use the AVVO find lawyer feature to obtain an attorney in the right area that suits your needs. You can also call the attorneys that have answered your question here.See question
My family was evicted while a bankruptcy petition was/ is pending. All involved with the eviction where notified of the bankruptcy before the eviction
I see that you are in the Vernon Rockville area of Connecticut from your zip code. I believe that Attorney Joseph Santa Maria is in your area. You can find his information on AVVO using the find lawyer feature. Jason L. McCoy is in Vernon also as well as Bonnie Mangan. Good luck.See question
i have bipolar disorder and went on a spending spree which is a symptom of bipolar. It resulted in bankruptcy. I'd like that bankruptcy removed from my record since it was due to a mental illness.
It seems that your spending spree was as a result of your illness. Perhaps the bankruptcy was simply a solution to the problem you had already gotten yourself in. You certainly can not un-ring the bell. What is done is done. You should now focus on rebuilding your credit and making certain that this kind of thing does not occur again.See question
Due to unforeseen circumstances, my income is likely to be significantly reduced from what was ordered in my divorce proceeding. I am planning to seek modification of child support, but at the divorce proceedings, we both stipulated we were not s...
No. Once you have waived alimony, you can never claim it again afterwards. The only thing that you can modify is child support. Good luck.See question