I am looking for clarification on what to file next after my appeal has been dismissed. Please do not respond by asking me to speak to an attorney. If there is nothing to file. A straight answer would do fine. Thank you.
With only the very limited information filed I would guess the next you should file is nothing. If the court dismissed your appeal sua sponte that probably indicates it sees the appeal as completely without any merit. The way you framed your question is a bit like saying "I keep passing out and I have tried treating myself, but it did not help at all. What should I do (but don't tell me to see a doctor." If you really want to pursue this I don't how it ends well without professional help. You could move for reconsideration, but I am NOT recommending that based on what you have set out in your question.See question
My children were removed from the home on 4-21-2015. The original Case Plan was filed with the courts BUT NOT SIGNED by the Jude on 08-18-2015.. Then another Case Plan was filed with the courts BUT NOT SIGNED by the Judge on 06-27-2016. I was NEVE...
I think your question fits better as Family law and have re-assigned it. It sounds from your question like you need a lawyer in this matter. In family cases, a party can sometimes recover their attorney's fees from the other side based on their need and the other party's ability to pay.See question
Hi. My wife's father helped her remodel her floors and kitchen in 2013. Last year, they had a fallout and now he is telling her that she owes him $30,000 and had a lawyer send her a letter requesting the money. They don't have a written agreement ...
I agree with the prior answers. I might offer to pay for the cost of materials IN FULL SETTLEMENT. If he wants to keep going with the case, give the money for the materials to your lawyer instead.See question
It does not sound like something that requires personal service. If it does, NO, you should not serve her yourself, you need to get a certified process server or the sheriff to do it. The question suggests you should engage counsel as soon as possible.See question
The dealership will not give me details of where the car is so I can get my belongings back I need help please my liscense credit cards social security were in my wallet
I would let them know that if they don't return the items you will have to report them stolen, and you'd much rather they simply give you back your property, property to which they have no claim.See question
Can I go to the Federal District Court, it is very important to surpass the Circuit Court because they are very corrupted, what other court I can use. Can I go to the County Court or directly to FL Supreme Court.
This is a little like asking where you can rent a good operating room so you can take out your kid's appendix. Maybe his appendix DOES need to come out. But someone with the training to do it ought to be the one making the incisions, right? I strongly urge you to see a lawyer.See question
I bonded my car out from a shop that I had paid thrice the sum agreed,($5200) waited 2 years for my car to be repaired, received it in destroyed condition-motor blown.cracked,electric system 'fried' ,interior torn and ruined, exterior dented and c...
Are you handling this pro se? If so, you should retain counsel as soon as possible. If I am getting the facts right (your question is a little hard for me to follow), it sounds like the case is almost to the end.See question
I won a $15,000 trip to anywhere in the world for a week. I chose Bora Bora and spent $13,000. I was told I may include $250/day for food/drink/spending money. When it came time for the trip the company I won the trip from said they couldn't affor...
If they actually committed to this and you can prove it, and if they have assets or income, then you might be able to recover it. I would make a demand for the amount owed and make it clear if they don't pay it, I intended to go to court to recover it and would seek recovery of my costs and attorney's fees, which will more than double the amount for which they could be liable.See question
Before I signed the settlement I found out that there were some checks as evidence with my forged signature. My attorney did not comment anything about or gave any importance. I will like to use those checks as evidence for forgery. I am able to r...
In general if you have not signed nor done something else to accept the settlement then you don't have to. As already indicated, you should discuss this with your lawyer who knows the details of your case.See question
I was denied an 30 day extension to get counsel within a week if my trial. I had to and with objection represent myself in a full day trial . I was asked to leave the court because my emotions got the best of me. It's was a trial in absentia . Two...
I agree with the central point of a prior answer -- you need to do whatever you can to retain counsel ASAP. You MIGHT ultimately recover your fees from the other side, but you can't count on that and will very likely need to come up with significant funds to retain counsel anyway.See question