I am going through a divorce which will be final in
I am going through a divorce which will be final in 2-27-2017. The only article that remains in a vehicle that is in my soon to be ex-wife's name only and that I have paid the monthly bills for, for the last 1.5 years. We live in separate houses and the vehicle is in my garage. I signed a separation agreement on 2-14-2017 that states that I have 30 days to refinance the vehicle and take over the loan "OR" I will return the vehicle to my soon to be ex-wife. My ex-wife has not signed the SA yet. On 2-14-2017 when I met when her attorney, I informed her attorney that I will return the vehicle and not refinance it. I have tried several times since then to return the vehicle, but each time she and her lawyer provide excuses to prolong the time for me to return the vehicle. They are now saying wait another week. I do not want the vehicle on my property and want it removed. I requested that the lawyer make arrangements to pick up the vehicle and she advised that they do not do that. I offered to drop the vehicle off at the residence and they advised that I am not allowed to drop it off or to send someone else to drop it off. I offered to drop it off at the law offices, but they advised that they could not keep the vehicle over night and that I would have to wait, yet another week. I feel as though I am getting the run around here. I would like to inform the lawyer that I will not be making further monthly payments on the vehicle (Next payment due 2-20-2017), but I am not sure if I can make this statement legally and need legal advice as to if this is possible. I am also paying auto insurance on the vehicle and would like to stop paying that as well. Again, the vehicle is not in my name, I have been making payments and I am trying desperately to return it but I am getting the run around and need legal advice on how to move forward. What are my legal options at this time?JA: Because real estate law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: North CarolinaJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: I explained all of this in the email I just sent. The divorce has been filed and will be brought to the Judge for filing on 2-27-2017. The divorce is based on being separated for over a year.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: No, I think that my first email explains all of the details
I have had a business truck (welding truck) stolen from my
I have had a business truck (welding truck) stolen from my drive way at my personal home. I am being told by my insurance (Allstate) that my commercial auto insurance and also my home owners will not cover the tools, welding supplies that were on the truck. Do I have anything to stand on against my insurance company as far as coverage of items.JA: What state is this in? And how old is the truck?Customer: State of California and truck is 2006 F350SDJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: Yes reports with the county sheriffs office and insurance, but they are telling us they will cover truck repair but nothing that was on the truck that was not attached.JA: Not for this question, but they might if you need additional services. You'll have to ask the Lawyer about that.Customer: Thank you, ***** ***** please tell me what type of lawyer - what they cover - that would be able to handle this type of question. Just don't know what to look for.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: My homeowners and auto insurance are all through Allstate, just thought out tools would or might be covered under homeowners since it was taken from our home.
If one's car breaks down in any city (or in the middle of
If one's car breaks down in any city (or in the middle of nowhere for that matter) at night, I understand there is a service where the individual can call them, and they will give the individual a ride home in this kind of a situation, and the service is called Triple AAA, which people pay for via their auto insurance company for this this type of road assistance. Is this true? When it comes to rescue services, is every city, state, and county different? If so, where does Brownsville, Texas stand? For people that have this service, does Triple AAA respond quickly to give such an individual a ride home, or are they slow? Finally, I once heard that a company named Triple AAA Towing hires a lot of ex-convicts. Is this Triple AAA connected to the Triple AAA that provides this service, and if so, does that mean that the one providing transportation to the one whose car broke down may be an ex-convict? Thank you.
Statute of limitation for a parking ticket in AZ. It
Statute of limitation for a parking ticket in AZ. It occurred 8 years ago and are just now notified of it.JA: Was a citation issued? Is there an upcoming court date?Customer: Citation issued, unknown. court date was set for 2009. We did not live in AZ at the time.JA: In what state did this occur?Customer: AZJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: Easy enough, no.
I live in California. A few months ago, someone ran a car in
I live in California. A few months ago, someone ran a car in front of my house. The driver damaged property belong to 4 people including me. Their insurance covers only 5k, but the total of all our claims is far more. The driver's insurance company sent all of us a pro-rated settlement as required by law, but there's a caveat. Their insurance company demanded that all of us claimants must sign a release together or none of us get the money, in addition to releasing the driver of all other claims. I've never seen such a release before. If all of us were related in some ways, I could understand the the release requirement, but we are all individual claimants, so why are we required to sign the release together?
I need to speak with a New York based attorney familiar with
I need to speak with a New York based attorney familiar with auto insurance claims please.JA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: If you are reffering to my auto insurance, yes.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: no
I checked into a hotel, gave my keys to the valet, he moved
I checked into a hotel, gave my keys to the valet, he moved the vehicle and left the keys in it and it was stolen. They have video of the entire deal. They want me to go through my insurance. Why would I do that?JA: What state are you in? It matters because laws vary by location.Customer: Live in Idaho but it happened in UtahJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: Police report yesJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: Multiple items in vehicle, golf clubs, computer, hand gun, camera.
Sure. Thank you! I am dealing directly with an auto
Sure. Thank you! I am dealing directly with an auto insurance company that is based out of state, Florida. Im in California. I am unhappy with them an wish to sue them in Superior Court. Must I use Florida courts? They do biz in California.JA: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: I live in California. The accident occurred in California. The insurance company is in Pennsylvania and the company representing them in the claim is in Florida.JA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: Oh, yes! This has been going on for since April 2014. The insurers representative ignored me for months upon months causing me further harm. They ofered a settlement, but I had demanded further compensation like loss of work, etc. The declined, telling me to sue them.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: Yes, if I settle the claim, can I sue them later for their negligence in handling me and my claim and the losses it incurred?
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