I read By operation of law, real property vests in the estate’s distributees at time of death. (Distributees are the persons entitled to share in an estate if there is no valid will.) If your mother died intestate (without a will) and was not surv...
You definitely should get a lawyer. There seems to be multiple things going on here. First, if the house was in your mother's name, then it will have to go through probate in order to pass title to your mother's heirs (presumably you and your siblings). Now, as far as the summons and complaint - I don't know what that is for but yes you need to have it answered or risk a default. Consult with an attorney - many give free consults.See question
I got a job offer and accepted it, but the Agreement of Employment that I am about to sign have a clause for liquidated damages which says that I would need to pay a monthly gross salary for each month left in the contract. Having in mind that th...
We would have to look at the whole contract What are the liquidated damages for? It could be reasonable depending on what your breach is that would trigger the liquidated damages. Or it could be unreasonable.See question
i have filed an employment suit following eeoc right to sue / dismissal. pending process on the way to serve defendant by U S Marshall as I was granted no cost. now I receive papers listed below from court and need to understand what they are and...
I am assuming you want to go this alone due to cost, but I agree with the previous responder. This is not something you should do alone and battle against an attorney. It won't likely go well. Many attorneys would take this on contingency (if it has merit of course as the previous response noted).See question
my ownership of hotel increases and his ownership decrease but loan is being paid back in full . please advise me
Why would your employer buy you a hotel for $3 Million? I need to work for this guy! And then have no contract? This makes no sense and if it is true you need to get a lawyer working just for you because the scenario sounds a bit bizarre.See question
I attended a private university that has a reputation for cheating students out of money, meaning, students are told to take out loans and rarely educated about grants and other options. As a new student straight out of high school, I was not educ...
It would be worth discussing one on one with an attorney. it is possible you don't currently have all the invoices. But it is also possible they are up to something. Reach out directly on here (or elsewhere) to consult with an attorney directly - most will consult with you on it for free.See question
I tripped onto the forks of escalator and had to be transported ti ER and got 6 stitch's
Possibly but it depends on the details of what happened and also your injuries. Reach out to an attorney directly (on here or elsewhere) to discuss the details.See question
I am looking for an attorney in Washington DC, Maryland, or Northern Virginia to handle a Title IX case with monitory damage (millions of dollars)
We can't solicit clients on avvo to call us - you should reach out directly to an attorney or 2 and get a free consultation.See question
I got an unauthorized procedure and permanent damage to gums and bone has occurred and resulted in needing oral surgery requiring tissue and bone donor
Reach out to an attorney directly, either here on avvo or elsewhere, to go through the details. it sounds like you may have a case.See question
my mom keeps getting calls from a debt collector saying they have a warrant out for my arrest and all kinds of stuff
Are these calls from actual debt collectors calling on a debt that you owe? If so it is likely an FDCPA violation and you may have a claim.See question
My grandma passed she had property in Massachusetts and in Puerto Rico. My Mother was the appointed child to execute the will. The lawyer in mass has already done everything that needs to be done for the property in mass Only. I need to know if w...
Yes but you would need a PR licensed attorney to assist you.See question