My daughter needs a lawyer because she misappropriated cash
my daughter needs a lawyer because she misappropriated cash under 5000 and the job has her belongings she needs to pick them up but is afraid she will be arrested. How can she find out because her job isn't answering the phoneJA: Because employment law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: Macon GeorgiaJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: we don't know because they wont talk to herJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: she would like to pick up her belongings and pay the money back without going to court
I went to see my lawyer of a 4 year divorce. And, we have a
I went to see my lawyer of a 4 year divorce. And, we have a mediation & a trial set for less than 3 weeks. Which he just told me about today. I ask for the meeting to see where we stood. That's when he told me about the dates! I ask what his plan was - b/c there's a lot of money & property at stake. He had NO plan. He is only hoping my husband doesn't show up. That would improve our chances. He hasn't gathered any of the properties, bank accounts, royalties, automobiles or corporate assets! I took he a truckload of titles, check book records, misappropriations of funds and unlawfully changed titles and moving of assets. He said he wanted me to drive around & get the addresses of all of the properties. He is suppose to have all of this information years ago. $30,000 ago. He had my husband sale $300,000 worth of properties and buildings for a $150,000. And, all I received was $50,000. I don't even know which properties my lawyer forced my husband to sale or why he had him sale them at 1/2 their worth. He did this with out my consent. I would have rather had $150,000 worth of properties. And, I have no idea what his plans are in the next 2 weeks. He said he couldn't promise me anything. That's not what he said when I hired him.
My brother-in-law has POA for my mother-in-law. She is still
My brother-in-law has POA for my mother-in-law. She is still at home be he is considering putting her in a care facility. He appears to be doing some very shady things with her money. He gets very nasty when he is ask questions about the money. We believe he has moved most of Mom's savings over the past 5 years. Does my wife have any recourse to officially question his handling of Mom's money now as opposed to waiting until she dies and we challenge the will?JA: What are the basic terms of the Power of Attorney agreement?Customer: Good question. We don't know because he will not share that with us.JA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: Do you mean the POA being filed?JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: We believe he has either sold her house or is about to. We believe he has made a deal with the person buying it were he would get a kick-back under the table.
I am trying to determine if a trustee of a trust established
I am trying to determine if a trustee of a trust established under Louisiana trust laws can be criminally charged for misappropriated funds of my grandchildren's trust that was established in their name, as sole beneficiaries.JA: Have the trust documents been finalized? What are the basic terms?Customer: She was the "Executrix" of the Last Will and Testament. Apparently, when assigned the responsibility of Trustee there has never been a document composed as a separate trust document. I believe that means the answer is yes.JA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: Yes. I have filed to have her removed and ut is stuck in the courts.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: There is so muchmgoing on around this,,talking would be better
I was using a few images on my web site that I thought were
I was using a few images on my web site that I thought were stock photos from the manufacturer. I was contacted by a company in Germany who claims they took the images. These are just product shots of football helmets. They want me to remove them, but they don't even sell the items? Just wanted to find out if they could really take any legal action...JA: What written documentation do you have?Customer: From them?JA: Have you talked to a local attorney? Has anything been filed in court?Customer: Oh no. I just got a simple email from their customer service believe it or not stating that I am using their images without permission and I should remove them or they may take legal action.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: That should be it...
My father passed away in 2010, and had a duplex that was
good morning....my father passed away in 2010, and had a duplex that was being managed by century 21 in VA. I have requested a copy of the original agreement between them and my father. This go back to the early 1990's. There is a lot of damage done to the property now (the latest tenant passed this past December), and it is a sell as is property or spend $30k to renovate. My question is do the management agreement ever terminate, and the responsibility's of the management co.JA: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state the property is in?Customer: my name is tonyJA: Has any paperwork been filed?Customer: VAJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: what type of paper work other than the agreement w/my late father and century 21
I have very recently had an interaction with a member of the
Hello, I have very recently had an interaction with a member of the Marine Corps on Facebook. I realise that there is every chance that this may seem completely trivial, but said individual was fairly abusive towards myself with little to no provocation, ultimately ending in what seemed like a veiled threat. Now I have no idea how things actually work with you guys as I'm neither military nor a U.S. citizen, and to be perfectly honest, despite what was said to me I have no interest in getting the guy into serious trouble or anything like that. He's just young and hot headed. Was just wondering what you think. Apologies for wasting your time if I am in fact doing that. Thank you.
I am a beneficiary of a trust fund that includes
I am a beneficiary of a trust fund that includes recreational property and money in funds and cash. My brother is the trustee as well as a beneficiary. He wants to resurvey the recreation property and I see this as a waste of money since the reasons he states do not seem to be valid. His reasons are below but my question is, does he have the right to just spend monies from the fund for items that are not needed or warranted?Here are is reasons:Re-survey the property. Many valid reasons for doing this. For example - If the trustee is ever forced to sell the property for whatever reason, this needs to be done prior. Potential new buyers will not accept an old outdated survey, which does not show the current owner, etc. The current owner's name shown is still showing the 4 original owners, which were two transfers ago. 4 original guys to dad and dad to trust. Also needs to be done in order to transfer property to the kids at some point. In addition, if at some point in the future exploring for natural gas and or oil is ever allowed in the area, (now that Trump is President it may) it would be necessary to have a current certified survey in order to lease the property. FYI - The old survey cannot be certified as the person who did it is no longer in business and a new surveyor won't certify someone else's work.
I have a question about corporate law, MD, no, how it works?
I have a question about corporate lawJA: What state are you in? It matters because laws vary by location.Customer: MDJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: noJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: how it works?