There is a section titled "NOTARY OF GUARANTOR'S SIGNATURE". The statement says "If Guarantor does not sign the Guaranty in the presence of Owner, Guarantor's signature must be notarized." I did not sign in the presence of the Owner but in the pre...
Yes, unless the agreement itself requires notarization but then absence of it in that circumstance will raise the question of why you signed it at all...... review the document or have a local lawyer do so..........you are deemed to have read the agreement that you signed. Good luck.See question
my cousin is on SSI and he is going to receive an inheritance , can I put the money in trust for him so he can continue receiving benefits? Or what else can I do to " spend it down" so he can continue with Medicade.
Most likely, but you need to see a local lawyer who can draft the trust document correctly. Use Avvo's Find a Lawyer feature or contact your local bar association for a referral. Good luck.See question
Neurophone I know the people that stole it ,this neurophone is a dangerousness machine,see and hear what you do ,you need to google this to understand it ,.(Kevin and shacoy)look under under electronic torture devices
Hi there, if someone stole your property, please file a report with the local law enforcement. Good luck.See question
I bought, paid for and signed an installation agreement to have carpet laid. The next day the retailer called, said they didn't charge me enough and if I wanted the carpet I had to pay an additional 800. I paid this retailer to come out and measur...
Hi there, I agree, a few more facts are necessary. If you feel comfortable posting online, feel free to contact a local consumer rights lawyer in your area who can advise you. Good luck.See question
I left my long term consulting job at the end of the year. I was not under and contract or non-compete, but she contacted a new client (I started work for them in Dec 2016) and she did not have to facts of my engagement with them and accused me of...
I strongly urge you to sit down with local counsel to talk this through. He or she can gather more facts from you and together you can come up with a plan. I agree a cease and desist letter is appropriate. Further action may be depending on the background and behavior of your former client. Best of luck.See question
cost of living expenses and my rent is increasing by $ 300.00
Have an attorney review the agreement for this payment structure.... you may be able to use a company to get one large check ... of course, that way you will forgo a part of your overall lump sum. Good luck.See question
I ordered 2 pullovers around 4 months ago and the business owner claims that they were "lost in the mail" can I sue for getting money back
You can--this seems like one of those matters that could take on a life of its own. And, end in a very expensive manner. I would simply move on. Small claims is where you would file... or contact a consumer rights lawyer if you are not the only one. Good luck.See question
I am in the process of joining the military and need my old psychiatrist to write a note and sign it saying her office no longer has records about medicine she used to prescribe me when I was much younger. If they refuse to send me the letter, can...
Hi there, engage a lawyer to send a letter together with a HIPAA release form. Best of luck.See question
My mother has dementia and diabetes. I want to have power of attorney over her. She is incompetent of caring for herself. Everything has to be done for her. She used to live in my home. But she is now living with another sibling. Thanks, ...
Hi there, your mom would engage a lawyer to draft a POA to reflect her wishes if she is competent. If she is not competent, you need to seek counsel of local lawyer with regards to guardianship or similar proceedings. Best of luck to you and your family.See question
We had to break the contract because the appraisal came back lower than the listing price and the seller didn't agree to lower the price so we couldn't obtain a loan from the lender. For some reason, seller got upset and refuses to sign the mutual...
Your contract needs to be reviewed by a local real estate lawyer to find out if the seller was able to back out of the first deal. Maybe.. just depends on where you were in the process. You can have it reviewed using Avvo's Legal Services or Avvo's Find a Lawyer tool. Good luck.See question