Hindering investors from trading when their account dips below $25,000 has led to massive losses (35% in 5 days for me). This would have been prevented if I were able to trade by selling and hedging my position. I was not even using margin and th...
You have not described any illegal discrimination.See question
My cousin contacted my parent because I sent an e-mail to my cousins telling them I witnessed the husband of my aunt calling my uncle a rude name, in an abrupt way for no cause. I never made a threat or any suggestion of violence or criminal actio...
Your cousin's actions as you have described them, while weird, are not illegal. Slander is making false and damaging statements about someone.See question
My ex husband and I divorced in 2012. I currently live in the home that we bought in 2007. He moved out of state and I haven't heard from him in almost 5 years. I am having trouble keeping up with the mortgage and I would like to try to lower my m...
I'm moving this over to family law because it involves a divorce.
I know there are times where a divorce court and appoint someone called an "elisor" to sign documents on behalf of someone who can't or won't sign documents to comply with a court order. Perhaps you can contact your divorce lawyer to see if the court could have an elisor sign a quitclaim deed on behalf of your ex.See question
Am I done with bankruptsy? Or is there another process? when is it over for me? Do I have to wait till they actually close the case? If so how long does that take? All I have right now is a bankruptsy discharged paper saying im discharged
In most cases, the case is essentially over for the debtor once the court grants you a discharge. Unless the trustee is selling some of your assets to pay debts, the court will generally close the file a short period of time after mailing out the discharge order.
In a small percentage of cases, the court will keep the file open until the trustee has sold off all of the unprotected assets and paid the creditors. if you have possession of something that the trustee might still be considered selling, you should take to your attorney or trustee about how to proceed.See question
Victim of a crooked finance company based in AZ that is garnished an absurd amount of money over the last 3 yrs. I bought a car like 13 yrs ago and returned it due to financial situation. 10 yrs later they send me an envelope with 200 pages of cou...
You could try requesting an accounting from the judgment creditor's attorney. If this is a California judgment, it would earn interested and the rate of 10% per year and the original judgment would double after about 7 years. it is entirely possible that the amount they are collecting is correct. The court or the sheriff's department should also have a copy of accountings that have been provided.See question
A person filed completely groudless request for RO. I responded and gave good reasons why it should be denied, On the day of the hearing the person asked for a continuance stating they need an attorney ( because they got no case, apparently). The...
The judge has a wide range of discretion to grant a continuance per Section 527.6(p). Your appeal would fail.See question
I got home yesterday and there was a court subpoena on my front door for a witness in an accident case. I don't know who delivered it. the bottom part has no signature of the server, badge number or Dept. do I have to show up in court?
What you described is not valid service. However, you also have no idea what the process server would say on his proof of service. You are better off contacting the attorney who issued the subpoena and see if you can negotiate a time to appear that is convenient to your schedule.See question
In a family civil matter I asked for more time to respond to a motion. The court date was yesterday but I signed a stipulation as I needed some time to get money for legal help! Her attorney gave me instead of 14 days of new date to now 9 days pri...
It sounds like some sort of motion is pending. If you failed to fail anything in a timely manner, the court might proceed as if you agreed to the opponent's request or ignore any papers you file. You should definitely file a response even if you don't have an attorney.See question
I hired a process server but forgot to include summons with the complaint. Should I serve the complaint with the summons again or just summons?
Your initial attempt at service was invalid. You should have the process server do it again with both the summon and complaint. The court probably issued other documents that be served as well such as information about mediation.See question
I have a judgement against me and the people renew it before the the 10 year mark.
Yes, judgments can be renewed multiple times.See question