My husband left with all of his belongings and came back 3 days later and removed his motorcycle that I was going to sell, so i can fix my vehicle. The title, insurance, and registration is in my name. Now he's incarcerated and the property owner ...
You can file what is called "claim and delivery" in magistrate court or first try asking for a sheriff's deputy to meet you at the location to "keep the peace" while you recover the motorcycle. Be sure to have the original of the title and registration with you.See question
I'm 5 months pregnant and went into the hospital for abdominal cramping, the dr ended up saying she suspected I had an std or form of bacterial infection. I told the dr and showed her my previous std results and that I did not have an std. A nurse...
It is extremely difficult to win a medical malpractice suit in South Carolina unless you can show significant damages and breach of the standard of care, neither of which appear to be present in your case. I agree with the other attorneys, your damages are not sufficient for a lawsuit.
Separated 2/12/16(accurate). Broke in 3/8/17. I got served uncontested divorce papers 5/18/17 which she states we separated 2/12/16. Can she be charged with a crime since she told cops who escorted her that she only moved out a month prior to the ...
I assume that this was the marital home. As such, each spouse is entitled to access until there is a court order awarding possession to one party or the other. She can kick in the door and knock holes in the wall and it would not be a crime although she would be responsible for any actual damage. You had the option of retaining an attorney and obtaining an order preventing her from entering the house but since you did not, she can come and go as she pleases.
Cont'd from above. Also when she stated her "wishes" she had advanced Alzheimers. According to her sister-in-law, her conservator, she did not intend for her children to inherit anything. Would this be legal, since there is no executed will, and t...
I am not sure why you are not contesting the sister-in-law being appointed as the personal representative of the estate. As a child and there is no surviving spouse, you would have priority and should immediately contact the probate court and request to be appointed. Unless there is a valid will, her estate will be administered according to the law of intestacy..
I was said to be going 86 in 65 on highway 31 in Myrtle beach. I was keeping up with other drivers and didn't realize my speed at the time. I'm absolutely sure I was going 80 not 86 but either way I was speeding. I was called by my boss early thAt...
I am not sure why you have waited until your court date to try and find out what to do. The simplest thing is to appear for court and try to get them to reduce the ticket so it will not be a suspension. Even though the points will not show the ticket will and you may see a substantial jump in your insurance. It is probably going to be hard to get an attorney at this late date but if you can't appear then try to find one close to that particular court. One other option that might work is to fax the court stating that you are entering a plea of not guilty and requesting a jury trial. If they will accept it that will give you time to retain an attorney. Good luck with it.
My companion was pulled over. She was taking to county, spent the night for a dui. She blew a .08% level. She never has had a traffic violation of any manner. She was turned down for a public defender. If she takes a duac, could she keep her licen...
I agree, she needs to hire a Greenville DUI attorney and let him negotiate for her and review the evidence. There could be problems with the initial traffic stop, the field sobriety tests or the breathalyzer test that only an attorney would know.
I need an attorney to help me file the Qudro paperwork. I don't know what forms to use. And I don't know what type of attorney does that.
While I agree with the above attorneys, some family law attorneys are not versed in QDRO's while some are. When you check around, be sure that they are the one that will actually draft the QDRO and get it filed with the court.
I had a car accident about a three weeks ago, someone (a 20-24 GUY) hit my car from the back in the red light. Immediately i got off my car, inspected the damage and called 911. While I was calling 911, that guy escaped the scene. I noted his car'...
It appears that you do not have a personal injury claim but a property damage claim. If you have full coverage, file a claim with your insurance carrier and let them handle it. If you do not have full coverage, get a repair estimate from a reputable company that will also send someone to court to testify and you can sue in small claims magistrate court for up to $7,500.00. This is fairly easy to do and costs $80.00 to file. Even when fault is obvious from the accident report, some insurance companies will deny the claim hoping that you will just go away.See question
My father changed his Will but his signature and legal name does not match the name the lawyers office typed on Page 1
This is what is called a "scrivener's error" and should not invalidate the will as long as the will is properly signed and witnessed.
Can he sale the house why the house is in probate. Does he have any claim
The answer to your question depends on how the house was distributed during the divorce action and whether his name is still on the deed. You can contact the family court in the county where they were divorced and obtain a copy of the divorce decree or she probably has it in her papers somewhere. This is not uncommon and probably is not a problem but that can only be determined by the language in the divorce. Assuming that you are appointed as the personal representative in her will, you will need to start probate so that the mortgage company will talk to you. Since real estate is involved you may want to retain a probate attorney to assist you.