Example: a client requests a time to webcam view live adult activity between my husband and I , and they request specific acts based on thier desires, how do I initiate this service legally?
My son (inmate) was injured at Concord State Prison he received a fractured skull and 7 staples in his head he was hospitalized for 6 days and has no memory of the 6 days. He is now having seizures several a week, severe pressure in his head, the ...
You don't state how he got injured, but if it was the prison's negligence, hire a lawyer to sue for his personal injuries and/or and violation of his civil rights.See question
My mother and her girlfriend had bought me a phone, I'd say in October November. Well recently they had split up, the phone was gifted to me. I never asked them to do it or anything, I told her girlfriend I couldn't afford to pay for it now, and s...
No. A gift is a gift. If she sues you and you need it, hopefully you have proof, like a gift card or a text or something.See question
I am swimming in student loan debt and terrified. I have tried to make payments before but was bullied into a payment plan that was destined to fail from the beginning (and did). I am so confused because I borrowed from multiple places, and now ha...
There is no good options, I'm sorry to write. There's more student loan debt than mortgage debt in the U.S., and the laws that govern student loans are draconian and unforgiving, being mostly immune to escape through bankruptcy.
Your best bet, bad though it is, may be to work out doable payment plans with your lenders.See question
Someone stole my wife's identity, called our bank pretending to be her, and then used the information to hack into our bank account. Once they were inside, they transferred a large sum of money from our savings to checking account, and attempted t...
It's not clear why your bank would require you, their customer, to provide a subpoena to get your own bank records. Go to your branch and ask to speak to a manager to see if you can get this recolved.
What else your wife can do since she knows there was ID theft:
1) report the ID theft to the police. SHe must make sure to get a copy of a police report.
2) change all her passwords on all her accounts, especially her financial accounts
3) put a freeze on her credit, so no one, not even her, can open any accounts using her social security number
4) check her credit at www.annualcreditreport.com
I received a call today about an account I opened in 2003 while In college. Since then I have been overseas and have a family in Germany now. It wasn't until this summer that I returned to Ohio. I received a call saying a payment was made in 2013 ...
You will not go to jail if you don't pay this debt, but you might be sued civilly for the debt. That statute of limitations for them to sue was tolled (stopped) while you were out of the country, and you revived the debt in 2013 by making a payment.
If you"re sued, you should hire a lawyer to defend yourself or negotiate a settlement of this old debt, which the bank should be glad to get paid anything on after all these years.See question
I booked a vacation with American Airlines in November. I cancelled the vacation because of a medical emergency and received a travel voucher, $400 less than what I paid. Today, I went onto their website to redeem my voucher and book a vacation....
It's possible that the website had a glitch, it's possible that this was false advertising, and it's possible that this airline had very intricately designed and very challenging requirements to redeem vouchers and frequent flier miles, and they don't make it easy.
I'd check the rules before doing anyting else. I'm guessing they don't offer every destination for redemption, or that it depends on their discretionary availability, and that's why you have to call them to book the trip.See question
I received a settlement of $50,000 last year and $25,000 went to my attourney. I recoeved a 1099 sent to me in the full amount. I believe the 1099 was supposed to be sent to my attourney?
If the payor used your tax ID number, you get the 1099, and of course you can deduct your legal fees and send your lawyer a 1099..See question
won small claims but wanted to take case to trial but my attorney want $15,000 out of mypocket. he didnt want to deal with it and i got T-boned by a 16 yr. old kaldien and after 3 yrs. still going through treatment. he olnly had $5,000 dollars wo...
Lawyers aren't forced to continue to represent clients, and apparently you fired him. In this case, it's unclear how much insurance was involved here, since the minimum coverage is $15,000. but it could be that your lawyer didn't think that someone with only a small amount of insurance was capable of satisfying a Superior Court case judgment.
Your lawyer took your case on a contingency basis, and is entitled to the 33 1/3% of your recovery since you fired him. You will have a hard time arguing that you were under duress when you signed your lawyer's fee agreement if he continued to do legal work and you continued to accept the benefit of those services.See question
I want to file an Answer to Unlawful Detainer, but cannot find a 2014 version of the form that I can save. But, I did find a 2007 version of the form UD-105 that I can save. Can I use it in filing my answer?
Check the CA courts site, and look under Unlawful Detainer: