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Our house is paid off and we are separated. I would like to get my name off of deed. Would a quit claim deed be the source to use? In Morgan County , TN
As long as you understand that a quit claim deed means you are giving away any rights or interest you have in the property, you can do it.See question
I loan a friend my truck for his work the transmission went out after he drove it with out fuild
I suspect the answer would depend on how long he used the truck and would he have any reason to be aware that the truck didn't have transmission fluid. For example, if you loaned it to him for a day and you had failed to maintain it properly (such as keeping the transmission fluid current) then it's unlikely he's responsible. But if you loaned it to him for 6 months and during that time he failed to maintain the vehicle, he'd potentially be at fault.See question
I have an injury due to property neglect, My Attorney is trying to force me into taking a settlement that is clearly is worth far more, He has not made a counter offer as instructed. He said he will with draw from case. He is just trying to grab a...
You can file a complaint with the Board of Professional Responsibility but there is nothing that requires an attorney to continue working on a case if the Court allows him to withdraw. More than likely your contract you signed with the attorney give him/her the right to withdraw; just as you have the right to seek other counsel. You might also consider having your case reviewed by another attorney to see if perhaps your ideas as to the value of the claim might be out of line.See question
My mom & her boyfriend were pulled over for a tail light being out. He was driving, he also had 2 warrants. As the police escorted him to the back of the cop car they talked to him for awhile then all the sudden need to search my mom. She had my b...
The police will often arrest everyone and let the courts sort it out. It's not fair but that's often how it's done. Many times if one co-defendant pleads guilty they will cut loose and dismiss the other co-defendants. But unfortunately, that will usually require all parties to still retain defense counsel. My suggestion is to either hire a defense attorney or if you qualify on income, ask the court to appoint a public defender.See question
I am trying to have my son's record expunged so he doesn't have a hard time finding a good job or for purchasing a home. He was young when he caught this charge and had never been in trouble his whole entire life. Any advice would be greatly appre...
The answer will depend on what level of felony he was convicted of. If it was an E felony, he might be eligible. If it was a D or higher it's unlikely he can have it expunged unless he was on Diversion Probation. Diversion is probation for first time offenders that allows for dismissal and expungement upon completion of the diversion probation. I suggest you contact either his attorney or the clerk of the court where he was convicted to verify the charge and the eligibility for expungement. Here is a link that explains the expungement process. http://da.nashville.gov/the-courtroom/expungements-under-40-32-101-g/See question
I was at a four way stop and it was my turn and this lady just flys through the stop sign. It was my turn she didn't even stop at the stop sign. My car bumper is messed up and I'm guessing her door might be messed up but it's minor. But I drove of...
It's possible both could occur. If she got your license plate number then the police will investigate and potentially charge you with leaving the scene of an accident. If she was injured then the charges would be more severe. By leaving the scene prior to police arriving you likely lost your opportunity to present the defense of her running the stop sign as your credibility is now limited.See question
I have a voice recording from my ex to my lawyer admitting that he lied on me to purposely have me arrested. I was charged with felony theft and domestic violence assault. My ex recorded the conversation himself and sent it to me via email as an...
You could take the tape to the District Attorney and see if they will bring charges. Or you could sue your ex in civil court for false arrest.See question
I have been stay In in his house for about 6 month when a tree fell on the house in the back yard which it's been these problems started, so I move back in 3 weeks later and that's when the rent went up and cummin bye to get money everything week ...
Your post is very confusing but you can sue for wrongful eviction in General Sessions Court. It's the closest thing Tennessee has to a small claims court. It's unlikely you have any pain and suffering claim which is for bodily injury.See question
I just need to know how old I can date if I'm 16.
No restrictions on dating but if sexual activity is involved then you can date someone who's birthday is less than 4 years from your birthday. Effectively someone who is less than 4 years older than you. This assumes that both parties are mentally able to consent and they live in Tennessee. Here is a link to the laws on statutory rape. Pay attention to 39-13-506. https://www.tn.gov/assets/entities/tbi/attachments/Definitions%20of%20Tennessee%20Sexual%20Offenses%20and%20Violent%20Sexual%20Offenses.pdfSee question
I have 3 advance loans thru payday stores . cannot afford to pay on them anymore just keep paying interest and fees . I had to stop paying them, the only income I get is a widows benefits thru Social Sercurty. Don't know what to do.
They cannot take you to jail for non-payment; they can only sue you in civil court. If they sue you and win and get a Judgement against you, know that social security benefits are generally not allowed to be seized by garnishment or levy. So if they try to attach your SS benefits you can contest that in court and likely win.See question