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child is 10. her mom visits 1 hr 1 times a week. prior to she didnt see her for 3 yrs. child does not want anything to do with her. she has witnessed her mom do drugs and abused her brother.
I agree, you should definitly consult with a local attorney who has plenty of custody experience. Either search through Avvo or call your local Bar Association for a referral.
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My landlord sent me by email a statement of what was due, with a statement date of 9/6/2016. I then took the amount listed as due in by check that night. They called me the next morning 9/7/2016, screaming at me, including profanity, because the a...
Your lease controls how much you are to pay the landlord. You should review the lease and all of your past payments to determine the total you owe at this time.See question
I moved into the apartment in Pittsburgh 8/29. Then I was cleaning the kitchen before I put my stuffs in. I found lots of ticks' dead bodies under the sink. However, I didnt know they were ticks, until today(9/2) I found a live one. I took a pictu...
First you should talk to the landlord to see if something acceptable can be worked out. If that doesn't work, you can look into getting an assessment from a pest control professional and either use that information to help remediate the problem or to defend yourself against the landlord's suit if you move out and stop paying rent.See question
The home my boyfriend an I moved into needs work the landlord said we could use deposit an rent to fix house now landlord said we can't do that that he wants the rent an he wants us to pay rent an fix the house out of our pocket
You are not required to hire an attorney, but if you don't understand the terms of your lease or if you never had a written lease at all, I suggest you talk to a lawyer.See question
There is no lease. Tenant agreed to pay $675.00 rent at the 1st of the month and pay the amount due for previous months utilities (which are in my name) by the 15th of the month. After months of non payment for rent and utilities, we began the e...
No, you should not shut off the utilities. Doing so would open you up to a counterclaim from the tenant. Just keep pushing forward with the eviction process.See question
I've been in my apartment for over 3 and a half yrs. In all this time I've had bed bugs and told my landlord about this ongoing problem 4 times, the latest being last week when he asked me about rent payment. I also have a roach problem that start...
I agree with the first answer. Your decision to withhold rent could be viewed as a breach of the lease agreement. I suggest consulting a local Landlord/Tenant attorney.
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I recently just moved into a house. The ad said 795.00 a month plus all utilities. I saved ad. I meant with the property manager she confirmed it. N I put down a deposit of 795.00 .an schedule my move 2 weeks later on the first. As I'm bri...
As a general rule, you should always read and sign the lease agreement prior to moving into an apartment. With that being said, your lease sounds like it provides for monthly rent of $795 (payable prior to the first of each month) with a $50 late payment fee. If that is the case, this is "legal".
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I have to relocate out of town however my lease is not up. I have found someone who states they meet the income nd credit requirements. They have filled out app and turned it in with the fee. I have left him 4 voicemails with no return call. Today...
I agree with the first answer. I addition, make sure you are communicating with the landlord in writing.See question
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A disability does not prohibit a landlord from bringing an eviction action against their tenant. However, a landlord may not evict a tenant because of that disability.See question
I live with my sister in a 3 bedroom apartment. She pays $625 a month to her landlord. But she charges me $725 a month to rent out one room and I'm not on the lease. Today she put my stuff out on the porch and told me she is keeping my Xbox and my...
As a tenant, you have the right to remain in possession of your rental property until or unless a court orders you to vacate. Your sister can not change the locks and kick you out. Explain this to your sister and if she fails to relinquish possession, seek the assistance of a lawyer.See question