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Cindy S. Vova
You can file a Motion to Compel him to comply with the court order. Hopefully, the Judge will scare him into complying. Best of Luck, Helena Y. Farber, Esq. ~Associate Attorney~ Law Office of Cindy S. Vova, P.A.   www.vovalaw.com
You can file a Motion to Compel him to comply with the court order. Hopefully, the Judge will scare him into complying. Best of Luck, Helena Y.... Read More
Patrick Johnson
It appears that your daughter is not in jail because of the theft charge but because her parole was violated.
It appears that your daughter is not in jail because of the theft charge but because her parole was violated.

Deposit to private car seller.

Answered 13 hours ago by attorney Michael D. Siegel | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Consumer Law

Michael D. Siegel
Yes.  But good luck with that.  In my view you were scammed, and you will never see the guy, the car, or your money again.
Yes.  But good luck with that.  In my view you were scammed, and you will never see the guy, the car, or your money again.

Breach of peace repossession

Answered 13 hours ago by attorney Michael D. Siegel | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Consumer Fraud

Michael D. Siegel
If you surrendered after all that, it was a peaceful repo.  If you had called the police to stop it, the police would have told them to get a court order and let you drive away.
If you surrendered after all that, it was a peaceful repo.  If you had called the police to stop it, the police would have told them to get a... Read More

liens on a home

Answered 13 hours ago by attorney Michael D. Siegel | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Legal Malpractice

Michael D. Siegel
The malpractice is not that the liens are there, but that your lawyer did not explain the process.  Even though the debts are discharged, the liens stay on your home.  You can have them voided by showing that the liens impair the exemption.  This requires a simple motion.  If... Read More
The malpractice is not that the liens are there, but that your lawyer did not explain the process.  Even though the debts are discharged, the... Read More
Bruce Robins
Assuming that it was the attorney's obligation to pay the charges, and not the patient's alone, you can file an ethics complaint with the Pa. bar, and can also sue the attorney for breach of contract.
Assuming that it was the attorney's obligation to pay the charges, and not the patient's alone, you can file an ethics complaint with the Pa. bar,... Read More
Michael D. Siegel
You put your name in 2010.  Thus, you are the President.  Your misunderstanding about what happened is not binding on third parties with no knowledge of your understandings.  You need to call a shareholders meeting and seek removal, and if that call is not acted upon, you need to... Read More
You put your name in 2010.  Thus, you are the President.  Your misunderstanding about what happened is not binding on third parties with no... Read More
Michael D. Siegel
One would obviously need to see the documents. But, based on your post, the covenant would only apply to the first employer, not the second.
One would obviously need to see the documents. But, based on your post, the covenant would only apply to the first employer, not the second.

Location rent

Answered 14 hours ago by attorney Michael D. Siegel | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Bankruptcy

Michael D. Siegel
If you want to stay, you have to pay rent.  You will not owe the past three months, but you have no right to stay there at all.  As soon as your case is over, or before if stay relief is obtained, you will be evicted in a holdover.
If you want to stay, you have to pay rent.  You will not owe the past three months, but you have no right to stay there at all.  As soon as... Read More

Do you consider this retaliation?

Answered 14 hours ago by attorney Michael D. Siegel | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Labor and Employment

Michael D. Siegel
After you are terminated, contact an employment lawyer.  Whether you have a claim will be determined by what is in your record.
After you are terminated, contact an employment lawyer.  Whether you have a claim will be determined by what is in your record.
Michael D. Siegel
What is "NYU".  Do you mean New York State or New York City?  Small claims in $5000 in NYC and $3000 outside of NYC.  So, you are right, it is more.  That means a Civil Court suit if in NYC, but not a full blown Supreme Court suit.  Attorney fees are not recoverable.... Read More
What is "NYU".  Do you mean New York State or New York City?  Small claims in $5000 in NYC and $3000 outside of NYC.  So, you are... Read More
Michael D. Siegel
You will have to have it re-executed in a formal ceremony.  However, if I am simply re-doing the other will, and my secretary just needs to retype most of it, I do not charge the full price, but I still need to charge for the execution ceremony.  However, if there are errors or needed... Read More
You will have to have it re-executed in a formal ceremony.  However, if I am simply re-doing the other will, and my secretary just needs to... Read More
Michael D. Siegel
Dissolution is not a cease and desist of the business.  Winding up can include operations.  Therefore, it is not necessarily incorrect for operation to continue.  It depends on the terms of the dissolution.
Dissolution is not a cease and desist of the business.  Winding up can include operations.  Therefore, it is not necessarily incorrect for... Read More
Michael D. Siegel
Get the recordings transcribed, and submit the transcription, attested to by the transcriber, with your affidavit.
Get the recordings transcribed, and submit the transcription, attested to by the transcriber, with your affidavit.
Michael D. Siegel
If you have the bracelet, Cartier will repair it.  If you do not, then there is no lawsuit.  How will you prove it fell off and that you did not just steal it.  Thus, there is no case.
If you have the bracelet, Cartier will repair it.  If you do not, then there is no lawsuit.  How will you prove it fell off and that you... Read More
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