I have two evictions on Missouri Casenet. One is paid off and one I'm making payments.
No, the case details will remain in Casenet. If one judgment had been paid off, you may seek to have a "satisfaction of judgment" filed.See question
I just had a company working with me on a contract I hold quit without notice with jobs incomplete and work that they had committed to handed back to me. Now they have some how came back and got a lien held against my money and my contracter is no...
I don't quite follow your post. If there is a court judgment against you the can be a lien or "transcribed" and made into a lien. A mere breach of an unsecured contract generally would not create a lien. If enough money is at issue, consult with an attorney in person.See question
We have been married 5 years this year. He has been unable to work due to losing his leg from diabetes. Will I be responsible for his debts and medical bills?
If you are not a party to the contracts breached by your husband I don't think you would be liable for his debts.See question
I loaned someone $10,000 through a series of 4 loans. I knew it would take them a long time to repay me as they were in a financial bind and in the middle of switching employers twice. We agreed that once they secured a higher paying job that th...
You can hire an attorney to file suit for you. If you are lucky, you will find someone to handle the case on a contingency basis. The gift-vs.-loan issue comes up quite often.See question
I have received several checks 1 a year from tower loan and paid them all back the last one I received my husband refused to pay back. He had went to their office and told them to stop sending me checks but they did it anyway so I cashed it, the...
If you get served and ignore the suit you will end up with a judgment against you that may also include attorney fees and a high postjudgment interest rate. You could contact the plaintiff's attorney and try to work out a settlement. Don't ignore the summons.See question
I was sentence to prison an was looking for all the evidence that was used in my case
There's a difference between a discovery request and the actual discovery. Your attorney should be able to provide you a copy of the entire file, including discovery propounded and received.See question
So I rented a car from Avis rental car for about a month and I recently renewed my rental agreement and they overcharged me on the amount so I took a friend to a dentist appointment and when I came out I noticed the car was off electronically but ...
Anyone can sue anyone for anything. I'm not sure what the terms of your contract state about when the vehicle can be shut off. I doubt you'll end up suing. If you sue pro se you'll be up against an attorney and will likely lose. If you can afford to hire an attorney you can afford a rental car to get to work so that you won't lose your job. I hope things work out for you.See question
Thank you for taking my question. As lead plaintiff in a class action lawsuit I was wondering if I could reasonably expect to receive a percentage of any judgment(s) awarded for bringing the lawsuit to a law firm that stands to gain substantially ...
In my experience, the court will usually award an "incentive fee" to a lead plaintiff. It's up to the judge. The last few class actions I've settled resulted in $8,000 to $10,000 incentive awards to the lead plaintiff. While that sum is much less than the attorneys make, the lead plaintiff generally has far less invested in the case. Because the court awards the attorney fees and the incentive fee, an attorney cannot pay a kickback to the lead plaintiff. You won't find an ethical attorney who will give you a cut of the settlement. You mentioned filing an individual suit. If the damages you suffered are significant, that might be the way to go. Class actions are better suited for situations in which a large number of people suffered a small amount of damage.See question
Ok this is a long one. I've lived at my home for over 2 years now (October 2014) And I have worked for my landlord under the table for longer then that. Often using work as payment to work off my rent. (Sober Living Group Home. In which I rent out...
I'd start looking for a new place to live.See question
My locks were changed with no notice to vacate.
The landlord should have the sheriff execute and deliver possession. The sheriff usually gives notice.See question