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My husband was a student at ITT technical Institute. He graduated with highest honors in electronics engineering. His degree is now useless but we are still paying on a 20k loan. How can we sue the school for wasted time, money etc? We want the lo...
An electrical engineering degree is useless? How is that possible? I am wondering if you think that he cannot get a job, the degree is useless. I don't know but I doubt he was guaranteed employment when he enrolled. If that is not the issue, you will need to state what you mean by your conclusions and how you think he was defrauded.See question
I fell behind on my mortgage back in December and January due financial hardship ( my mortgage payment is $1,623.69). In February, I sent in $2,000.00. After late charges, $297,45 was left in escrow (partial payment not applied). Balance owed $4,...
I don't know that any attorney would represent you pro bono so that you could recover private damages. It seems unfair to even ask for such a thing.See question
I'm in bucks county Pa. This is per the prothonotary's office docket search website. I paid all my fines to reinstate my licence. Does this mean that Doylestown sent the papers over to penndot?
Not really. It means that someone filed a request to mark a judgment satisfied and on the same day, it was.See question
I pled guilty to 6 first-degree felonies and the judge that I had was very lenient to me. My sentence should have been 5-10 years, he gave me 30 days and 4 years of probation, basically because he liked me. The DA has taken it upon himself to figh...
This is a serious question that you should not be asking online because no attorney knows the conditions of your sentence nor your probation terms. You would need to read the terms given you carefully and discuss it with your lawyer and probation officer. If you take advice from someone online and they are wrong, guess who goes to jail? Don't be foolish and rely on answers from lawyers who have no knowledge about your specific case.See question
I'm elderly with some credit card debt.
No, but it can be a charge against estate assets payable by the executor.See question
I need advice on what to do at a hearing regarding debt for a civil action case from a debt collector.
The first thing you do is contact a consumer attorney. Many or most of these cases can be won by an experienced lawyer. Do not try to just file a letter! Do not contact the collector. You won;t get a good deal. You need to show legal force to do this correctly. In your area there is such an attorney named Greg Artim. I suggest you give him a call.See question
We went on our summer vacation at Hershey PA. We booked through choicehotels.com using my brothers employee discount. He did attend the vacation with us just had to join a day later. The reservation was set at $310.80 for two rooms for 4 days. We ...
Not sure what you mean by "our card was decided." If the price was not the same as was quoted, i would have just left the hotel and disputed the charge to the credit card provided. Make sure you have documentation as to the promised rate. If you stayed there under the new charges, you may need to pay for the night.See question
I am signer in a truck my boyfriend co-sign title in his name only. Can he refinace without me knowing
If he has the title in his name, he can refinance the truck. If he did, the new loan would need to pay off the old one.See question
The Inheritance Advance was given by the Mother to one of her adult children 10 years ago and she now wants to cancel or forgive that debt. The Inheritance Advance may now be considered as part of her Trust. Can she still forgive the debt?
The testatrix/settlor can do whatever she wants with her money; She can advance or not, she can give all the money to one person or distribute to all; she can lend or forgive to any person. As long as the testatrix is living, she can do anything she wants that does not violate the law or breach a contract with another person.See question
Let's say I have a personal judgment against a person in PA? And a lien on their rental property. Can I foreclose on that property? If so, what would happen to a mortgage on that property (the mortgage was recorded after my judgement was g...
I could say that you would get the house and your life would be wonderful, but that is totally untrue. What would really happen is that you would pay about $3000 in court costs and if you were lucky and made it all the way to a sale (which is unlikely) the mortgage company would bid their mortgage amount and you would have to outbid them, or the debtor would file a bankruptcy and your debt might be cancelled, or you would get the house and then you would need to pay the debtor's mortgage or risk the bank foreclosing. If you want to do this, you will need a lawyer or you will risk losing thousands and getting nothing.See question