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Issue With Real Estate Attorneys?
I Have Been Trying To Get An Ex Roomate Name Taken Off Of The Deed To My Home. This Person Moved Out Back In 2008 And Now I Am Trying To Do Some Things With My Home, The Bank Will Not Go Any Further Unless This Person Name Is Removed From The Deed Because It Requires Both Signatures On What I'M Trying To Do. I Have Contacted Real Estate Attorneys But It Seems No One Wants To Take The Case, Is There Something I'M Missing?
A roommate should not have been on the deed to your home. A co-OWNER appears on the deed.
Your former roommate has to sign a quit claim deed. You don't necessarily need an attorney, but you will need to track down this person and convince him/her to sign the deed. If this person won't voluntarily sign the document, you are going to need to file a court action against him/her and you are going to need to convince a judge that you are the proper owner.
Which Is A Better Career, Lawyer, Actor, Or Rapper? Why?
the best career for anyone is where their passion is- that being said, i think a lawyer because an actor is only as good as the last movie that banged them up at the box office, plus they age, get fat, ect. and a rapper is really at their best when they first start out. they rap with that raw, fresh passion- after that the record label and public opinion owns them. Lawyers get better with age and experience, not all of them are slimey ambulance chasers. my lawyer saved me and my family from being tossed into the street and owing my mortgage co. 10,000 i'll never forget what a life saver he was for us. i can't think of one actor or rapper that had that kind of impact on anyone
Any Legal Students Or Lawyers, Please Help?
I'M Currently Doing A Legal Course As A Y12 Student (Er, Senior Year) In Australia. The Subject Is Family Law, And The Division Of Property Upon Divorce (Main Ref.: Family Law Act 1975 (Cmwlth) S79, S75). I'M Not 100% That I Fully Understand The Law Because To Me, It Looks Like &Quot;The Court Can Make Its Own Decisions But It Would Be Nice If They Considered This (Though Not All Of These Are Necessary)&Quot;, And It'S Frustrating.
If Someone Could Draw Up A Case Example Where There Are Two Or More Parties Involved In A Property Division Case (The Inclusion Of Children Would Be Nice), I'D Absolutely Love It - Or If Someone Could Try To Explain The Legislation Better For Me?
I'Ve An Exam Tomorrow And I'M Not 100%. Thanks For Your Time.
That's probably what it means. I'm in the US, and most states here have a "starting point" for division of property that the judge has the discretion to alter if the situation warrants it. As an example, in texas, the default division of marital property is 50/50. If, however, the wife worked full-time to put the husband through law school during the marriage, she would likely be entitled to some reimbursement of the money she contributed to his education. Also, in many states, if her earning capacity is substantially lower than his, they'll skew the initial division in her favor to where she'll get, say, 65%, to make up for that difference in future earnings. Finally, while a lot of states have "no fault" divorces, some still allow for additional changes to the division if the divorce was caused by one spouse's bad conduct, i.e. infidelity or abuse. So, if that lawyer was shacking up with his secretary, the spouse might get an extra 5-10% to penalize the husband for his douchebaggery.
How Can I Find In The Us Some Law Firms Willing To Accept An High Value Patent Co-Ownership In Exchance For..?
...Representation And Negotiation Towards Eventual Sale Of The Invention To Various Firms. The Patent Has An Estimated Commercial Value Of Over One Hundred Millions Us $
My idol told me once that anything is negotiable. But, I'm not sure if this would be the best option for you. It'll probably be better to get a loan or seed money from venture capitalists than giving up a portion of the patent ownership to a law firm. It could have a damaging affect for your later goals. Do think it over.
Washington, D.C. Brain Injury Case?
Hi Do Anybody Know Where I Can Get Information On, How Much A Brain Injury And, Severe Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Case Worth In Washington, D.C.
I Have Substantial Evidence To Prove That It Was Negligence. It Was Not My Faught!
A Room In A House Collapsed On Me While I Was Deep Sleep, The Hospital Said I Could Had Died In My Sleep. Somebody Had Multiple Of Heavy Items Stash In The Ceiling. The Dry Wall Didn'T Have A Board Under It. When You Do Dry Wall You'Re Suppose To Install The Board First Then Install The Dry Wall. That'S A Huge Violation Right There...
P.S It Wasn'T My House!
A personal injury lawyer will be happy to tell you this.
If you have enough proof, you should have no problem finding someone to take your case.
I Was Golfing, And There Are A Bunch Of Houses Along The Fairway. I Accidently Hit A Ball And Broke Someones Window. Who Is Legally Responsible For Paying For The Window. Is It Me Because I Hit The Ball? Is It His Because He Assumes The Risk Of Getting Hit By Living By The Course? Or Is It The Golf Courses Responsibility?
Believe it or not, you may have the legal community stumped with this question. We can disregard the bit about the golf course owners because they are not liable either way.
You, on the other hand, could be liable because you are the proximate cause of the damage. If I'm playing ball in the street and my ball breaks your window, I am liable. Seems simple enough.
Now here is the wrinkle: There is a principle of law called "reasonable assumption of risk." This law states that you assume liability if you place yourself or your property in a situation where one could reasonably expect a certain risk. For example, if I go to a ball game and get hit by a foul ball, I can't sue because it was reasonable for me to assume that I was placing myself in risk of such a thing by attending the game. By this same argument, we could easily find that living next to a golf course means he had a reasonable assumption of risk with regards to his home being hit by a golf ball.
I wonder if you live in a state that has contributory liability laws. Some states require that either person A or Person B is at fault. States with contributory liability laws, however, can hold that BOTH people are at fault and can divide the liability up between them. If so, you may be responsible for half the cost.
The bottom line here may just be that there is no clear legal answer.