Last year I went to an accountant to apply for previous yearS taxes. I gave him money orders and signed all tax documents as well as documents authorizing him to file for me but I didn't get a copy. This year I followed up with the Irs n there was...
Is this really an "accountant" or somebody you know who does taxes? I think you might need to report this to the District Attorney. There may be something bigger going on here.See question
I have extreme right knee pain finally told myself doctor visit . Made appointment using insurance plan provider in network- emblem health - paying co payment in cash $30.00. That had no trouble with the cash co pay, but They refused to treat me w...
If your insurer (Emblem) told you the doctor is not allowed to hold your card on file, then you should complain to them about what has occurred. Let them deal with their provider. And, what if you did not have a credit card at all? That seems unfair and I would not be too thrilled doing "business" with a doctor like that. If I were you, I'd be looking for a different doctor. Good luck and I hope you get the treatment you need - and soon!See question
What are my rights ? As a property owner who owns the shared easement.
Is he purposely blocking you? Is there a dispute over the easement?
If the neighbor refuses to move the bricks, I would move them myself.
said all my ID and credentials were fake including my PTIN issued by the IRS. The officer accused me of purchasing my Safe Driver Endorsed Florida Driver's license at a bodega on 42nd Street in NYC. 10 years later after filing a report that my...
I see no case here. I can't imagine anyone taking it on a pro bono basis.See question
Home purchase was April 2006 - My attorney used the builders title company and the title company went bankrupt and my transfer tax ($9000) was stolen. Title company also went bankrupt in 2011 and was liquidated.
You've received several responses but no complete answer. And, I have questions. How do you know the money was stolen and the transfer tax was not paid? How do you know your deed was not recorded? What does your attorney have to say about this? Mr. Chertock is correct in that it's not unusual for a buyer of ew construction to use the builder's title co. I doubt this rises to the level of malpractice (as has been suggested) unless your attorney knew or should have known this was a likely outcome.See question
My ex and I went in together to get a car, It was best for me to put it under my name - due to credit issues - at first he was making payments then stopped etc. etc. he was the registered owner to vehicle and insurance was under his name, back in ...
As the one who signed (or co-signed), you're obligated to pay what's due but you can certainly sue him for any shortfall. Depending on facts, you might be able to recover some of it. How much is the shortfall?See question
He ran a yellow light . I feel he should've given me at least 5,000.00 for leaving me without a car.
I assume your insurance would have made you whole except for your deductible. You must not have been able to establish you lost more than $700 dollars, including your deductible if you sued for 5k and received a judgment for only $700. Was it a judge or an arbitrator? A judge's decision can be appealed but an arbitrator's cannot.See question
OSC is not filed.
Mr. Smollens is correct but I want to point out that the tenant can also file an OSC before the date comes if he knows he will need more time and wants to give the court the appearance of not waiting until the last moment.
Can the bank, gov., whoever place a lien on my home if my daughter is on the deed to my home? If I were to put my daughter on my deed to my home. And her and her husband both owe past due student loans.
Absolutely. And, if you're considering adding your daughter to the deed and she and her husband owe student loans - DO NOT DO IT. If you want to make sure she gets the house, there are better ways to go about it. See a local attorney to discuss options.See question
I purchased a home 2 years ago. Mortgage and deed are both in my name. All of the bills are also in my name. I asked my "now ex" boyfriend to move out several times. He keeps telling me he is going to leave but keeps pushing the date back. He quit...
I agree with what some of the other attorneys have suggested, but am not sure it's something you should be attemtping yourself. Note, if your ex never paid rent, he may be entitled to a lot less than 30 days' notice - which, by the way is not a literal counting of 30 days - and if you start the wrong type of eviction or provide inadequate notice (or the wrong amount of time), your eviction will fail and you will have to start over. Even though you don't have the money for an attorney, it will cost you more (in time and aggravation) in the long run without one. Guaranteed. Good luck!See question