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Whats The Best Way To Break A Commercial Lease If The Business Is Failing?
I Have A 5 Year Lease With 1-1/2 Years Left. I'Ve Tried To Last As Long As I Can But I Haven'T Seen A Profit In Over A Year. I'Ve Never Broken A Commercial Lease Agreement Before. I Don'T Want To Just Stop Paying And Have My Landlord Come After Me Through Litigation For Breach Of Contract. But The Business Has Failed And I Need To Cut My Losses And Move On. What Are My Options Or How Should I Confront My Landlord?

Whatever, you do, don't 'confront' your landlord. Explain to them that you can no longer pay your lease and that it would perhaps be better if you left and they got a new paying lessee in the site, rather than having to go the whole litigation route.

However, it is their choice. They have the signed contract (brass in pocket). It depends on how friendly (or unfriendly) your relationship is/was with the lessor. It will be expensive for them to litigate against you - and it doesn't sound like you have a whole lot of cash.

But if the landlord wants to (for whatever reason), they can and will win the litigation. You could be looking at some wage garnishments if this happens.

My advice would be to get out and find a second job working for someone else and make those lease payments.

In A Slip And Fall Case, Is The Lawyer Allowed To Keep The Medical Bill Money And Pay It For You?
I Think Say If A Settlement Is $10,000. Lawyer Gets His 1/3 Lawyer Fee . . .And The Rest Is Sent To Me. I Think It Is Wierd That In An Email, Unsolicited, He States, &Quot;Here'S How It Would Break Down . .My 1/3 . .Medical Bills Subtracted, Then Remainder Sent To Client. I Think That I Would Like To Pay My Own Medical Bills B/C There Could Be Late Fees By Now And I'D Like To Negotiate W/ Hosp./Dr. Out Of The Late Fees. And What If This Slimeball Doesn'T Even Pay The Bills W/ The Money He Trys To Keep. I Just Think That He Is Trying To Pull Yet Another Fast One On Me And I'M About To Sue This M F** Er.

Doctors put a lien on your settlement. That's how it works. In order to get you treated for your injury, a personal injury gives the treating physician a letter of protection. This guarantees that the doctor will be paid out of any settlement or award you get. The lawyer must pay the doctor out of those proceeds. Sometimes the lawyer can negotiate the medical bills down. Most doctors will not treat you without insurance paying the bill or without the protection letter.

So it seems to me either you just don't understand how it works, or you are one of those people who think all lawyers are trying to rip you off. Either way, you don't know what you are talking about.

EDIT LATE FEES: Doctors who accept a protection letter do NOT assess interest and late fees while the case is pending and more often than not end up adjusting their bills when the case is settled. For some reason, people seem to think that when a lawyer takes a fee and a doctor gets paid they are getting screwed. While it is possible for someone who is not a lawyer to work this kind of arrangement for themselves, it usually doesn't work out. Especially if the person is seriously injured. Not to mention, a person who represents themself has a fool for a client.

Do Judges Rule In Favor Of A Favorite Law Firm Or An Attorney ?

Judges are so incredibly overworked and review so many cases, that it is highly unlikely many of them have the time to give more than ten seconds of thought to who is counsel for a specific case. It's certainly true that some lawyers and law firms carry reputations, for good or bad, and judges - who are people like anyone else - may respond to those reputations at some level. However, it would be highly unusual (not to mention unethical) for those opinions to drive actual rulings. I think it is more likely that a judge could let a negative opinion of an attorney color his/her reaction to a case than that a positive opinion would drive an outcome.

Lawyers!: Police Phone Call For Theft Allegation?
Lawyers!: Phone Call For Theft Allegation? My Friend Received A Call Sunday Morning Asking Him To Come Into The Station 'When He Had The Time' Because A Theft Allegation Had Been Against Him. What Should He Do? It Seems A Bit Wierd That They Called Him Rather Than Arresting Him... He Has Not Commited A Crime By The Way! Also How Do They Have His Number???

The police have a complaint against him, so they are investigating. At this point it's not a very firm allegation, or they probably WOULD arrest him.

They have his number because that's how they contacted him. If I accuse you by name, the police very easily can obtain your number to give you a call. For that matter, I could find it myself in 10 minutes online.

He should go down and talk to the police. If he's innocent. If he ISN'T innocent, he might want to bring his lawyer (which by itself is not any sort of admission of guilt)

Change In Joint Custody Question..?
In Dec. Of 2004 My X-Husband And I Were Divorced. At That Time, We Decided That It Would Be Best Of The Children Stayed W/My X-Husband And Once I Got Settled And Into My Own Place We Would Change Over To Where I Would Have The Custodial Rights. Just Some Info. We Are Both Re-Married, He Is In The Air Force. I Am Worried That Now That I Am Getting Settled, That He Will Now Change His Mind On The Situation And Fight Over The Change Over We Originally Discused. I Unfortunatly Did Not Get Any Of This On Paper, Due To The Fact When It Was All Going On We Were Still Great Friends. I Am Wondering How Hard Of A Battle I Maybe Looking At. Yes My Kids Are My World.. I Just Want Them To Be Able To Finally Have A Good Stable Home Instead Of Worrying About Having To Pick Up And Move Every Few Years.. I Want Them To Be Able To Experience What I Did As A Child And Have Life Long School Friends & A Steady Home Until They Are Older... If Anyone Knows If I Have Any Hopes Etc. Please Let Me Know!

Unfortunately, changing custody is going to very hard (even impossible) for you to do. The courts are reluctant to interfere in custody cases unless there is a clear danger to the children. They will not remove the children from your ex's home simply because you both made an agreement (I assume the agreement is not in writing?).
You could always talk to him about sharing custody; you getting the kids all summer or something. Once something like that is established it is easier for you to go to court and say, "This is what we've always done and now I want to modify the custody agreement to reflect that." The courts may be more likely to grant joint custody on that basis.
But changing primary care givers without the consent of both parties is next to impossible.
Don't put your kids through a long and vicious custody battle without a good reason! They will resent you for the upset of their lives and they will be put in the middle of something they shouldn't be. Beleive me, I know firsthand how destructive to a child's well being it can be! My parent's constant bickering over custody destroyed my childhood. Don't do that to your kids.
Good luck.

Do I Need A Lawyer?
My Ex And I Have 2 Kids Together. He Is Trying To Get Custody Of Our Children. I Have Never Given Them Up, I Own My Home, I Have Never Done Drugs, And They Are Well Fed And Taken Care Of. He Has A Lawyer! He Has Never Paid Child Support. I Can'T Afford A Lawyer. Will He Win, Or Do I Stand A Chance?

Definitely get a lawyer.borrow the money to pay the lawyer if you have to, but don't go to fight this man without one. You will never win or come out on top because his lawyer will make you look stupid and dumb.