Hi, My roommate and I singed a lease for one year. But she is going back to her country outside of the US this week. Based on the lease, if she does not pay the rent, I am responsible for full payment. We have not found a new person to take over t...
You may well be responsible for the full amount due=-better find a roommate acceptable to the LL fast. Ask the LL to help you do that.
You can sue your ex room mate--but as a practical matter, that will be tough to enforce if she is in a foreign country.See question
I'm 18 and my mom and i have alot of issues and fight often. We got into a fight which included cursing, yelling etc etc. Well while i was at my aunts the following weekend , she took everything from my room including my computer which i paid for...
You are an adult--free to move out and support yourself. If you are unable to do so, recommend you and your mom come to some accommodation (recalling that you are the child, not the parent). Until you are capable of supporting yourself, you will remain in the role of a child and subject to the living conditions of your parents and grand parents.See question
26 days ago I filed a HR complaint against another employee who physically assaulted me in front of four witnesses. Since filing my complaint no investigation was ever initiated. The HR manage has since been fired for unknown reasons. HR director ...
All legal matters through 'Fairfax, VA"--doubt it says that exactly.
Contact a VA employment law attorney (one if Fairfax if you like)and discuss your options--much will turn on the written agreement you have with the company.See question
My tenant rents a room in my home & has been playing games trying to get me to evict him so he can sue me. He recently told me he is a Law student, not a Business student like he had told me and apparently that's what Law students do for practice ...
Doubt he is a law student either--he is just playing you because you appear an easy target for a bully.
Contact a CA landlord tenant attorney in your area immediately--you want to make sure to do everything properly to get this moron out of your home.
Good luck to you.See question
I am an adult and would like to legally separate from my family and siblings. I don't want my name or any database records to be associated with them or have me listed as their sibling.
Nothing you can do to change public information--databases, or anything else.
No divorce from family (even if you could, the records would still exist showing the connections).
You can change your name (if you are an adult), you can stop communicating with your family.
If you are a minor child, then it would seem family counseling and therapy is in order (though to he frank, such feeling are pretty normal in everyone, from time to time).
There is an old saying " you can't choose your relatives"--which means for better or worse, they are your family, they share your gene's, your DNA and your history.See question
My girlfriend's dad paid for 4 new tires on my car and he tells me I only had to pay back $200 of the $776.00 bill. I paid him $100 already and then his daughter cheated on me and we broke up. Now the daughter is saying her dad says I must pay ...
Pay what you agreed to--that is what you agreed to.
GF cheating has nothing to do with your tires.
If he takes your tires, call police.See question
First offense marijuana possession. I had a few very valid defenses but there ended up being a 6 month continuation & I feel as if my lawyer didn't look over anything before, nor did he bother to talk to me. He barely said anything in my defense. ...
Confusing post, which is it: a question about your driver's license, or about an appeal, or about whether you can ever trust again? Whose legal analysis makes you think your defenses would have resulted in dismissal (an unusual result to a defense).
If you plead guilty, you don't get an appeal.
If you failed to file notice of appeal within the very short time frame, you don't get an appeal.
None here can know if your lawyer did you wrong....only thing to recommend is that you sit down with a lawyer and discuss the many missing details--that new attorney will be able to determine if you were under-served, or if your situation could not be any better.See question
My ex physically assaulted me August of '14, she was extremely intoxicated, drove off and then came back destroying my front yard, smashed a bottle at the feet of my friends kids who were wearing flip flops, then tried to steal a good number of it...
I am sorry you did not report this three years ago (two year SOL), when there would have been evidence to substantiate your accusations and you would have been withing the SOL. The details here are a bit sketchy, and its unclear even had you called police at the time, whether any charges would be brought.See question
My son was murdered after informing the police, about a mariquana store robbery. they failed him, by not putting him in protective custody
Start by sitting down with a civil rights attorney in your area.
Its not clear the Police owed your son any duty, but much will depend on the details.See question
I was sitting at a stop sign The car rolled onto the bumper of the car in front of me. Put a small crack in taillight No police No tickets
None can predict the future.
Perhaps you got lucky.
Eventually your approach to compliance with the law will catch up with you. Jail time is a possibility under the right circumstances.See question