• THE GARBAGE MEN DIDNT WAVE TO MY SON. Can I file charges?

    Best answer: Starting up a new profile, Fred?
    Best answer: Starting up a new profile, Fred?
    24 answers · 23 hours ago
  • How do I go about getting my inheritance that my grandpa left me?

    My grandpa was very wealthy, and told me before he passed he was leaving me a very comfortable amount. Based on how much money he had I think it's a large amount. For that past six years my family has told me the money is "tied up in investments"I bought the bs for years but I realized this is a lie.... show more
    My grandpa was very wealthy, and told me before he passed he was leaving me a very comfortable amount. Based on how much money he had I think it's a large amount. For that past six years my family has told me the money is "tied up in investments"I bought the bs for years but I realized this is a lie. How do I go about finding out how much money is owed to me? What kind of attorney do I get? This is a serious post so please only reply if you have some kind of background or knowledge that pertains to this issue. Thank you!
    23 answers · 2 days ago
  • Can I file a Bar complaint again lying, bullying attorney?

    There is a menacing attorney who is not employed by me, but threatens to file lawsuits and depositions against people based on nothing but lies. She uses the law as a weapon to silence and control people. I would like to file an effective complaint against her, but I see that most complaint are filed by Judges and... show more
    There is a menacing attorney who is not employed by me, but threatens to file lawsuits and depositions against people based on nothing but lies. She uses the law as a weapon to silence and control people. I would like to file an effective complaint against her, but I see that most complaint are filed by Judges and clients. Do I stand a chance of being taken seriously by the Bar? I have some documentation of her behavior. I think she is unethical, but since I am not a client do I have a case?
    8 answers · 12 hours ago
  • I was offered $30,000 for a settlement?

    Best answer: What you are asking about are the terms of the settlement. That cash is just a small portion of a proper settlement and your lawyer should disclose and discuss the rest of the terms with you. Those questions you ask are good ones. And before you agree to anything, they should be answered, in writing, by the... show more
    Best answer: What you are asking about are the terms of the settlement. That cash is just a small portion of a proper settlement and your lawyer should disclose and discuss the rest of the terms with you.

    Those questions you ask are good ones. And before you agree to anything, they should be answered, in writing, by the terms of the settlement.

    But off hand, $30,000 cash only is a lousy deal. Your medical bills should be covered by the terms, plus lawyer fees, pain and suffering, and fines for negligence if your injury was caused by the defendant's negligence. And to your medical bills, the $36K plus is just the beginning. You will likely have subsequent related doctor visits and bills that need to be covered.

    You're getting screwed, might want to think about a new lawyer.
    12 answers · 6 hours ago
  • Isn't it funny how Cons demand proof when a conservative is accused of wrongdoing, but not when a lib is accused?

    Best answer: Yes, they have a double standard. They say innocent until proven guilty, yet they continue to chant, "lock her up, lock her up."
    Best answer: Yes, they have a double standard. They say innocent until proven guilty, yet they continue to chant, "lock her up, lock her up."
    13 answers · 13 hours ago
  • Can i run away to north carolina from florida as a minor?

    Im 16 and was wondering if i could possibly buy a plane ticket without parental permission and run away to another state. Do you think the police could do anything about it? I want to leave because my family is very stressful and i suffer with extreme anxiety and my father has multiple times told me to kill myself... show more
    Im 16 and was wondering if i could possibly buy a plane ticket without parental permission and run away to another state. Do you think the police could do anything about it? I want to leave because my family is very stressful and i suffer with extreme anxiety and my father has multiple times told me to kill myself and i just dont want to deal with it anymore. Please only logical responses, thanks!
    11 answers · 6 hours ago
  • Questions about a will?

    Best answer: As there IS a will, there is nothing for Finders to do, and whoever contacted them shouldn't have wasted their time. They ONLY deal with intestacy. Remember that the traditional words are "last will and testament" - so if you leave a will, you die testate, and if you don't leave one, you die... show more
    Best answer: As there IS a will, there is nothing for Finders to do, and whoever contacted them shouldn't have wasted their time.

    They ONLY deal with intestacy. Remember that the traditional words are "last will and testament" - so if you leave a will, you die testate, and if you don't leave one, you die intestate. If there is a will, then what's in the will is all anyone needs to know. Whoever is named in that gets something. If there is no will, then the law specifies which relatives share it, and THEN there might be something for a firm like Finders to do in finding those relatives. It was totally stupid for anyone to ask them about it when there IS a will. Especially this soon after the death.

    All that letter is telling you is that Finders now know there is a will so there is nothing more they can do. They know NOW that there isn't an intestacy they can investigate, so you're not entitled to anything because of intestacy. They haven't seen the will so they don't know if you're in it. Ignore this letter - it's totally irrelevant to anything.

    As I've told you before, nobody who is dealing with the will can contact you unless they know your address. So it's the same answer as last time - contact the solicitor if you want to know what's going on! At the very least they can tell you if you're named in the will or not. It will take a lot longer to get the probate done, work out exactly how much you will get and send it to you.
    17 answers · 3 days ago
  • If a woman says she has been sexually harassed, should we have a policy of "guilty until proven innocent" or "innocent until proven guilty"?

    Best answer: Undetermined until proven innocent.
    Best answer: Undetermined until proven innocent.
    10 answers · 7 hours ago
  • Is this a smart thing to do?

    Best answer: If they wanted to, they could simply say they felt "pressured" to say that. Which would make the consent meaningless.

    Its the same reason that a judge can throw out a prenup whenever they chose.
    Best answer: If they wanted to, they could simply say they felt "pressured" to say that. Which would make the consent meaningless.

    Its the same reason that a judge can throw out a prenup whenever they chose.
    20 answers · 2 days ago
  • If someone is trying to break into my neighbors car can I legally point a gun at that person?

    Of course I would have my gun permit and all.
    Of course I would have my gun permit and all.
    18 answers · 2 days ago
  • What is the purpose of laws?

    9 answers · 12 hours ago