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To answer your question directly, yes, a Texas lawyer can send a C&D letter to a resident of Tenn.
do you have access to the original question and ZDNLaw's response?
The reason is that, depending on exactly what the person did, they could be brought into a Texas court for violating Texas law. Yes, I have access to it. I'm reading it now.
She has now accused me of actually taking the funds----when they were never touched by me and Schwab should have record The issue is simply we're talking about an event 15 years ago AND NEVER A PEEP OUT OF HER.
Based on the facts presented in your other question, she could be liable under Texas law and in a Texas court. Therefore, you can have a Texas lawyer write her a letter explaining to her the potential legal ramifications of her actions.
Hopefully, that will be enough to get her to stop.
Can you write it?
I'd be more than happy to forward a copy of the letter she sent to my partner
Unfortunately, no. We are not allowed to engage customers in a way that creates an attorney-client relationship.
I understand this has been more than helpful and your timeliness is much appreciated.
Do I need a criminal lawyer to write it?
My pleasure. I'm glad I could help.
You probably want a civil lawyer.
Thanks have a great day
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