Certain relative of one spouse lives in a jointly owned home without the consent of another spouse and is a cause of lot of agony .
If both spouses own the home, then either can allow someone to live there. The spouses need to work something out to resolve the problem. If the spouses can't work something out, maybe they shouldn't continue to be spouses anymore? Perhaps family counselling would help, or mediation?See question
My wife filed for divorce and got a restraining order against me in October in February she filed our taxes the at an office where her mom works, a big company So they filed taxes and she signed my name without me knowing or giving consent at the ...
No idea why her mother would do that. Is there a family court order allowing this? Ifg not, this is something your family lawyer will want to bring to your judge's attention.See question
I am currently making a fixed-term bank deposit but receive 1099 tax form every year. Is there an option to earn the deposit interest without risk and tax-exempt? Thank you for your answer.
Your bank is going to send you a 1099 for the interest it pays you on your deposited money, so it's not tax exempt. Not sure what you mean by "no risk."See question
I have a PA judgment against ONLY me. My husband is NOT on the judgment. Married 12 years. The law firm (not in PA) collecting the judgment, wants me to start a monthly payment plan. The monthly payment doesn't cover the interest on the debt e...
This is a business decision, not a legal question, and the only way to approach the query of whether this is a good business decision or not is to know a lot more, such as how much the debt is, what the payments are, what your income and other debts are, whether you're employed, what accounts are dropping form your rcedit report, etc. etc. etc. Whether you're considering filing for BK or not, it could be that that's the best option for you.
You might to seek credit counselling about this and your other debts.See question
Cosigning for an apartment
No, not if you're not par of what got the tenant arrested. But you could be held liable for whatever the tenant owes on the lease, subject to the landlord's duty to "mitigate" damages by finding a replacement tenant if this tenant is in jail or gets evicted beacuse they violated the lease.
Co-signing a contract for someone you suspect is likely to get into trouble is an very unwise thing to do.See question
I quit a sales job but had a deal still pending. I signed the contract and made the sale. The company is saying that since the production manager had to go out to the job site to visit with the customer he gets all the commission.
It depends what your contract with your employer said, amd how it defined "sale" and how it defined when you were entitled to commmision a sale.
Review that, and review your contract's dispute resolution provisions.
If you find the contract language confusing, you may need to see your own businss litigator for help.See question
A home show company canceled our exhibition 2 days before arrival. Which we closed everything for. Which caused us loses in the short and long run. We are from Las Vegas. In need for a lawyer that can take this case. Thanks, in advance.
Lost profits are difficult to get damages for, so your damages are something you need to discuss with your own litigator.
If the home show company's in Denver, you need a lawyer licensed in CO. But if you had a written agreement with this company spelling out things like breach and how disputes get resolved, review that and see what it says about what state's law governs and where and how disputes get resolved.
Then you can use Avvo's Find a Lawyer search function to look for a business litigator licensed in the state whose law governs and where disputes have to be resolved.See question
I am an independent accountant,I signed as incorporator in article of organization for my client to helping them for created the new business. How will I withdraw after their incoporating, do I carry liability for their firm in the furture?
Typically the incorporator resigns once the directors are name, and no, you aren't the one who's supposed to be the insurer.
This LLC needs it's own lawyer and insurer.See question
Someone rear ended me and said she didn't have insurance so we exchanged numbers and I took pictures of the cars. We didn't call the cops and I let her go now she doesn't want to pay
If you have uninsured motorist coverage, this is what it's for.
If you sue her in Small Claims court, you may end up with a judgment you can't collect.See question