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I was contacted by this company about a bill from 2007 they said I need to pay so much or they will garnish my wages
It takes a judgment to garnish your wages. A real company will be registered with a Secretary of State. Be cautious as this may be a scam.See question
Im going thru a divorce. I recently filed my answer to the divorce petition. I checked casenet for an update and it said his lawyer has filed a petition to strike my answer. What grounds would the judge grant this and what can i do without a lawye...
It's tough to answer your question. The motion to strike surely state's you opponent's basis for seeking to strike the answer. You'll need to review the motion and respond accordingly. You probably cannot afford NOT to hire an attorney because you won't be happy with the result if you litigate pro se.See question
I checked casenet for updates and it said his lawyer filed an order but it gives no details and I'm very curious how i go about finding out what that order is about.
Perhaps the attorney filed a proposed order. Only a judge can enter an order. Contact the clerk's office to inquire how you can see the document.See question
He doesn't pick up when we call, doesn't respond to texts or emails until days later. He said we would have an open house back in March and failed to tell us he did not have it that day when we asked him how it went. Then he said he wanted to have...
Anyone can sue for anything. What are your quantifiable damages? Can you identify a contractual provision that the agent breached. You would probably be better served by meeting with the broker and seeking a mutual termination of the listing agreement. Or you could have a local attorney try to negotiate a termination.See question
Opened a new bag of coffee and scooped out a single serve, foil pill receptacle. Wasn't able to determine what OTC pharmaceutical product the foil held while researching the printed text on the back.
Anyone can sue anyone for anything. Fortunately you did not swallow the object and therefore suffered no damages beyond the purchase price.See question
For starters my landlord had previously tried to "self evict" Me twice, then he filed a cival suit against me for just money saying I hadn't paid rent since September which isn't true I have receipts where I deposited money into his acct. Then aft...
It takes a court judgment and then an execution of the judgment by the sheriff to "evict" you. Get a lawyer if you can afford one. Best wishes.See question
My brother and his wife took all our Mom's paperwork after she passed telling me I could trust them, his wife took everything and was only supposed to get paperwork for Mom's business. Our Mom's had 2 home's a business and 2 lake lots 1 with a cab...
Complicated situation. The best answer I can give is that you should hire an attorney promptly to defend you and to look into reversing the fraudulent situation.See question
Someone gave me my trailor and lot then had a stroke and had to sell all trailors and lots which mine is all separate from. While he was recovering from stroke I did maitanece on the trailor park. I done all repairs on my own I've keep notes on ho...
Complicated situation. You refer to the trailer being given to you but then refer to someone else as the owner. If you can afford to do so, sit down with a local attorney to go over the situation and to provide legal advice. If you don't posses the title, then I think up face an uphill battle. I hope things work out for you.See question
I don't understand your question. Are you referring to an amendment to the lease, the expiration of a the lease and a new lease, or something else.See question
My husband and I are looking to purchase a home with a FHA loan. If the seller is not wanting to repair issues that need fixed to go through an FHA home or if the appraisal comes back low and he won't drop the price, what are my rights as the buye...
You have the right to have your contract honored. You also have the right to file a lawsuit for breach of contract, assuming it doesn't have an arbitration provision precluding a lawsuit.See question