I have my wife as power of attorney over my finances. Will that allow her to attend court hearings with me regarding any finance matters
She will be able to attend the court hearings, but may not be able to sit with you at the party's table if she is not a party to the case. If the dispute concerns financial matters, she may be able to testify as a non-party witness regarding your finances.See question
The house was sold "as is" but we nor the inspector caught on to the fact that the main sewage pipe did not work. we signed the papers on 11/16/2012. yesterday we discovered that it didn't work, and the basement flooded do to the problem. all the ...
The purchaser may have a cause of action against the seller. The crucial issue will be whether the seller knew about this condition prior to the time of the sale and failed to disclose it.See question