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Lawyer Contacted Me With &Quot;Unclaimed Funds&Quot;. Is It A Scam?
I Was Contacted By A Real Estate Lawyer Stating That He Had Found $12,400 In Unclaimed Funds From A House I Owned That Was Foreclosed Upon In 2004. He Said He Could Get That Amount For A Finders/Representation Fee Of $2500. I'Ve Done A Little Research On Him And Found That He'S Been Practicing Law For 29 Years With No Marks On His Record From The Bar Association. But I'Ve Tried Looking Into A Few &Quot;Missing Money&Quot; Sites And Can'T Find What He'S Finding. Is He Probably Legitimate Or Is He Trying To Track Down My Ex-Wife For Debt Collection Purpose? Are There Other Free Sites Besides Missingmoney.Com And Unclaimed.Org?
Clark Howard missing money.
They have all the sites you need to look into.
Don't forget to look under your state too - the site will tell you how.
Mr. Howard is the money guy from CNN.
It's the best site for this - it really is.
Also, do you have a good relationship with your bank?
Ask to make a 10 minute appointment with the manager and tell him about this.
He'll know the ins and outs of what scam this guy may be getting at.
With our FHA loan, we got back a check for $400 for a 90K house..
Sometimes if you move, this check gets returned to sender.
You might have not left a forwarding address.
I bet you that's what he is talking about.
How to find your FHA money is on the clark howard site.
How & Where Can I Find A Form To Modify A Temporary Order? This To Change The Visitation & To Order Child Sup?
You have to go to the court house to where you started it. There are forms there and if you can not afford an attorney you can seek legal aid or you can represent yourself. You can have papers served by a Sheriff for court and the cost is about 25 dollars depending on how far the Sheriff has to travel to issue the papers to your ex.
Legal Custody Issues?
My Brother Has Had His Son For Over A Year. He Has Lived With Him Even Though My Nephew'S Mother Had Legal Custody, Reason Being, She Got Back Into Her Drug Habit. Well After Living With My Brother All This Time (He Lived In Texas Until Recently) And He Moved Back To Oklahoma And Now The Mom Has Sobered Up (Supposedly) And One Day Went And Got My Nephew From School. My Brother Called Her And Said &Quot;Where Are You So I Can Come Pick My Son Up?&Quot; And She Said &Quot;I Think He Should Live With Me, Especially Durring School Days. Would You Like To Come Get Him For The Weekend?&Quot; My Brother Said &Quot;No, I Want To Come Get My Son And Bring Him Home, Because He Lives With Me...?&Quot; And She Said &Quot;Well The Papers Say I Have Custody&Quot; And Those Papers Were From Years Ago. I Know My Brother Needs To Take Her Back To Court, But Isn'T There A Law That States, If You Have The Child For A Certain Amount Of Time And The Other Parent Dosen'T Even Attempt To Come Get The Child And Dosen'T Even Call To Ask For The Child, That The Other Parent Is Then The Custodial Parent?
Your brother isn't too bright. The second his child came to live with him, he should have gone to court, reversed custody and had child support awarded to him. Because he didn't, the child's mother has taken the child back and will probably demand that he pay back child support.
Your brother needs to get a lawyer NOW and go back to court...he should ask for a transfer of custody to him based on the fact that he had the child unofficially for the last year and that it is in the child's best interest to continue that residence with his father AND on the grounds that the child's mother has a problem with drugs, such that she abandoned her child for a good year.
Your brother may or may not get custody back...if he doesn't, that will because he didn't do the right thing (file for custody) at the right time. But even if he doesn't get custody, he should demand random alcohol and drug testing for the mother...and if he does get custody back, then he should have that random drug testing instituted as part of the visitation. Oh, and even if he does get custody back, he will legally owe the child's mother that "child support", which will be a painful and expensive lesson for him.
One last thing...there is no law that states that if the custodial parent abandons the child for a year loses all rights to the child UNLESS the non-custodial parent goes to court to gain custody themselves. Tell your brother he needs a good lawyer now. Good luck and God bless!
What Could I Do At A Law Office?
I'M Seventeen Years Old. I Was Just Wondering If Anyone Knows Something I Could Do At A Law Office At That Age. Either A Job Or Volunteer Work, Doesn'T Matter, But What Would I Need To Be Able To Do It And What Would I Have To Do For The Job/Volunteer Work?
When I managed a major law firm we hired many high school students who worked as apprentices. These students were supplied through the local high schools 'Education to Careers" program, they were paid at a minimum wage, and several even stayed on and later went on to become paralegals, or went onto also attain law degrees (some even got part of their education paid for by the firm). Work that was available was: filing, running errands to the courthouse, sorting mail and delivering it, picking up after conferences, putting postage on outgoing mail, preparing mass mailings, putting up stationary supplies, running deposits to the bank, making copies for staff members, keeping library materials up to date, watering office plants, transporting files around the office to various team members, just to name a few things. You will find that there is always lots to do in a firm to keep busy and it can be very interesting work, however you must be ready to keep whatever information you hear or see completely confidential, and be of good character where you would not cause embarrassment by your actions outside of the firm, as most firms are concerned with their reputations.
First Amendment Versus Constitutional Law?
I'M Doing A Case Trial From The Original Monkey Scopes Trial Back In 1925. I'M A Witness To The Prosecution Team And I'M A Law Expert. I'M Suppose To Talk On Constitutional Laws And That Mr. Scopes Violated The Law And Therefore He Was Brought Up To Trial. But The Opposing Team Is Using The First Amendment (Freedom Of Speech) As A Reason To Why Scopes Taught Evolution.
So My Question, Is There Any Statements Regarding How The First Amendment Cannot Be Brought Up When One Has Violated A Constitutional Law? The Limitations To The First Amendment?
I'Ve Googled And Read Articles On This, And I Found Nothing On It. I'M Not Sure If It'S Because There Aren'T Any Statements About It Or It'S Because I'M A Total Noob With The United States Law And Constitutions.
Answers Are Very Much Appreciated, Please And Thank You.
It was a GRAND WASTE OF TIME.
But what person living in 1925 could not become immersed in a trial that set out to prove if we humans evolved from apes or were created by an Almighty being? This made it a SENSATIONAL trial that garnered the headlines every day in the USA. When the dust settled, however, the trial proved to be unimportant and a grand waste of time,
What most people have lost sight of after 86 years is that the Scopes Monkey Trial was nothing more than a publicity stunt. John Scopes, the teacher, for lack of a better term, was ‘recruited’ to be the defendant in the case by the ACLU. There was no ‘Salem Witch-Hunt’ in Dayton with preachers trolling the hallways of Dayton’s schools hunting for teachers who were violating Tennessee’s Butler Act on teaching evolution. But what person living in 1925 could not become immersed in a trial that set out to prove if we humans evolved from apes or were created by an Almighty being? This made it a SENSATIONAL trial that garnered the headlines every day in the USA.
“The whole idea of suing a teacher for teaching evolution was not conceived by the citizens of Dayton, Tennessee, but rather was promoted by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) in New York City. The ACLU advertised in newspapers to locate a teacher in Tennessee who would be willing to test the Butler Act in the courts (with all expenses to be paid by the ACLU). A Dayton resident, George Rappleyea, saw an ACLU advertisement in a Chattanooga newspaper and pressured his friend John Scopes to accept the offer. Unfortunately, Scopes was not a science teacher (he majored in prelaw) and had never actually taught evolution! Scopes was a math teacher and football coach who had merely filled in for the biology teacher (who was ill) for two weeks at the end of the school year. Still, with Scopes' reluctant permission, Rappleyea immediately notified the ACLU that "Professor J.T. Scopes, teacher of science at Rhea County High School, will be arrested and charged with teaching evolution."
It was a jury trial and Scopes was found guilty of teaching evolution theories in violation of Tennessee law, i.e., the Butler Act, and he was fined $100. That is all he was on trial for. In 1926, a year after the guilty verdict, the Tennessee Supreme Court reversed the decision of the Dayton court on a technicality and dismissed the case. The court commented, "Nothing is to be gained by prolonging the life of this bizarre case."
Evolution was viewed more 'cautiously', if not liberally, by southern (Fundamentalist) state governments a year after the trial:
"The Scopes trial by no means ended the debate over the teaching of evolution, but it did represent a significant setback for the anti-evolution forces. Of the fifteen states with anti- evolution legislation pending in 1925, only two states (Arkansas and Mississippi) enacted laws restricting teaching of Darwin's theory."
Other than this, nothing was accomplished. Frankly, it was pretty much a grand waste of time, but it sure made the headlines and stimulated the economy of Dayton, Tennessee.
Ct Security Deposit Laws?
I Lived In An Apartment Rom June 07 To June 08. I Was Never Late On Rent (Except For The Last Month) And Did No Damage To The Apartment.
Rent Was $850/Month
As A Security Deposit I Put Down $1425
I Did Not Pay My Last Months Rent, I Know I Have To Pay 5% Of My Rent ($42.50) Extra For Each Week It Was Late According To The Lease. There Was A 10 Day Grace Period In Which I Would Not Be Penalized For Not Paying Rent In The Begining Of The Month.
This Would Mean That I Would Owe Her (Landlord) $977.50 Including The Late Fees. Even Though I Didn'T Pay Last Months Rent, Is She Still Obligated To Give Me Back The $447.50 That Is Remaining Of My Security?
I Have Been Expecting It. She Was Given My Forwarding Address Prior To My Moving Out.
It Has Been Over 30 Days.
Is It Illegal Of Her To Keep My Remaining Money Or Am I In The Wrong??
she owes you and she is kiting.
.......however.......u indicated when you were there; I presume you were on an annual
lease. IT is possible that in CT, you must
give her a 2 mo written notice instead of
a 1 mo notice.
IS your old unit rented out now?
She can withhold security money if
the unit does not rent out quickly
and the state requires a 2 mo written
she is improperly holding your cash.
IF she is improperly withholding it
you can also ask her for 3x the
amount as a PENALTY ALLOWED IN
ALL STATES.......to motivate landlords to
refund within the 15 days obligation period.
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