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We have been living in my home since 2003, during that time the house was remorgarged to a 3rd person because my dad was incarcerated and we couldnt afrord the house so we sold it to a friend and continued living here until my dad got out and coul...
They have to legally evict you, which means you'll get notice, after the house sells.See question
My son is 20 months old & his biological father hasn't been in his life at all & has only seen him once when he was 4 months old (his choice). He has never monetarily supported my son either. His name isn't even on the birth certificate.My husband...
You need to speak in person with an adoption attorney, where the Attorney Client privilege will apply. Assuming that the attorney doesn't recommend any short cuts, you are going to need to find and contact the biological father, who I suspect will gladly sign away his rights in exchange for not being monetarily responsible for your son.See question
A car hit my car in the left rear door, and the passenger in my car sued both if us. Who's goung to pay the settlement at conclusion?
Usually the insurance companies, based on the degree of fault of each driver.See question
Hi I needed some advice, I'm 25 years old right now and when I was 13 I had dislocated my kneecap for the first time. I used to live in housing authority low income homes with my family and in these homes, the housing authority would manage the la...
The Statute expired - Continuous treatment applies only in malpractice cases.See question
im a little behind in paying rent I am being told that they will file a lien against me. I don't own anything, I'm making payments on the car I drive what can they do??
They can evict you. The can obtain a judgment against you. There really isn't much they can do, without starting a lawsuit.See question
If I was a passenger of a taxi that was rear ended and both cars left the scene with out a police report can the passenger sue if there are injuries ?
There are ways for you to recover. You should hire an attorney who will sort this out.See question
I have a corporation, and I would like to help my sister buy a home with a loan from my corporation. I want the loan from the corporation to be against the home she will buy. Would I be able to do that and what are the steps to filing a lien again...
A corporation can give a private mortgage. You should contact a real estate attorney who can prepare the papers.See question
I have worked there for five years. I have a B.B.A. specializing in HR. I have trained, many co-workers. Now all of a sudden the last person I trained is receiving hors that I was recently receiving. Generally I worked 34-40 hors weekly now I am ...
You may (and I say may) qualify for unemployment, but on the face there is nothing illegal about your hours being cut, unless it was done for a discriminatory reason.See question
Would like to no if hospital is responsible for medical bills
The hospital could be responsible for a whole lot more than the medical bills. You need to hire anattorney immediately to make sure that nay film of the incident was preserved.See question
A son fought with his parents and moved out at the age of 15. Has not once in 30 years contact his parents. His father wrote him out of the will and had never reconciled. For two years while he was battling cancer he has not once called or visited...
I respectfully disagree with my learned colleague - a disinherited son has the right to sue to the estate, however, given the circumstances of the will being changed, it is unlikely that he will be successful. If the father is still alive, I would have the will looked at by an attorney to make sure that it was executed correctly and does not require being updated.See question