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Stewart C Crawford Jr.

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  • Can she just walk in & take what she wants ?

    We've been divorced for 2 years. Her name is still on the deed but has not lived her for 18 months. Now she tells me she can walk in & take everything now. Is that legal ?

    Stewart’s Answer

    Not quite. You need to look first to the property settlement or equitable distribution order to see who is entitled to what belongings. If it is not stated there you need to go to court to have it resolved or come up with something that you both agree to

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  • How does one pursue a situation like this legally and have it resolved?

    Dear Sir, I write this letter as an inquiry regarding a personal injury that literally just occurred at, The Brick House Café. I was walking to my car, with my very hot cup of Chai tea; when the lip of thier driveway curved under the grass to the...

    Stewart’s Answer

    Worry first about medical treatment, second about a lawsuit. Also, consider removing this post since it contains a version of the events that might not be the most favorable to recovery (eg your distraction with the hot tea, the fact that the disrepair to the walkway was obvious, etc)

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  • I got a pfa against my boyfriend for abusing me move in with my girlfriend now she is hiding and bringing him into the home,

    I got a pfa against my ex for punching me into my face and I move out,my girlfriend ask me to come live with her and I do.now she is hiding and bringing him into the home at night,she knows what went on between me and him but she desperate .I don'...

    Stewart’s Answer

    If he violates the order requiring him to maintain a distance from you he could be in contempt if the pfa

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  • Can a spouse be personally liable for a personal guarantee she didn't sign?

    My wife and I own an LLC in the state of PA; let's call it XXX LLC, where we are "tenants for the entirety". We leased a property to operate; I signed the property lease agreement as "John Doe, dba XXX LLC". The lease has a personal guarantee page...

    Stewart’s Answer

    Without looking at it, it sounds as if you signed it for the llc plus you personally guaranteed it. Your wife did not personally guaranty it so she would have no liability beyond her interest in the llc

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  • I am being accuse of opening a payday loan in my ex father in law name

    I am being accuse of opening a payday loan in my ex father in law name due to they have an work email address from a company I have not worked for in 2 yrs I was fired in July 2008 also left my ex in 2008 and this supposed loan was taken out in ...

    Stewart’s Answer

    If it's not law enforcement accusing you, ignore it. If uncertain about your rights consult with a consumer attorney who also does criminal law. Payday loans themselves are not legal

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  • How do I find a lawyer to represent me in a Federal lawsuit that has been filed seeking $10 million in damages?

    Fraud upon the Court, actions under color of law, corruption, conspiracy, constitutional violations, fraud, obstruction of justice, illegal search, unlawful imprisonment, false arrest, illegal seizure............

    Stewart’s Answer

    Meet with a local attorney and discuss the factual circumstances of your claim, not the legal conclusions, not the damages. Without the facts a lawyer will be unable to assist you

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  • Can I sue the county for wrongful arrest and detainment?

    Last night 7/16/16 I was arrested for a bench warrant. The warrant was from Jan of 2015 because I missed a court date due to Luzerne County PA sending paper work to the wrong address. When I finally had court, the warrant was dropped by the ...

    Stewart’s Answer

    Possibly, especially so if the money is not returned. Speak first to your attorney to see if he or she handles civil rights cases. If not seek out a consumer or civil rights lawyer. Ideally one with familiarity in the criminal defense process

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  • Are victims allowed to harrass defendant?

    I am a defendant in a criminal case in which the victim is a former boyfriend who happens to be a part of law enforcement. I have received at least two messages from people in my community about elements of this case, fueled by the victim. The...

    Stewart’s Answer

    You do have rights, however, exercising those rights could interfere with your criminal defense. Speak to a criminal defense lawyer for guidance

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  • What do I do

    I received a non-traffic citation for retail theft. I have no past record but made a very stupid decision and stole 7 dollars worth of merchandise. The cop talked to me and told me I could pay for the merchandise and be done with it, so I went to ...

    Stewart’s Answer

    You do absolutely nothing until you speak with a lawyer, this is a criminal charges. It will have a profound impact on future employment prospects. Most lawyers offer free consultations. You shouldn't even post details here

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