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  • Re: Has my plumber breached our contract?

    [quote user="TR28"] I wanted the plumber to stay. Why wouldn't *my* actions be imputed to my mother? Imputing is a two-way street, is it not? [/quote] Yes, but your mother got there first, so once she fired him, he had a choice about whether to go back to work or not. Possibly if your mother had also told him right away that she didn't
    Posted to Contracts (Forum) by karen2222 on Tue, Mar 28 2017
  • Re: What to expect - Visitation

    A couple more random thoughts: have you considered the possibility that your husband might get primary custody? The courts are supposed to give fathers equal consideration, and your husband's experience taking care of the kids as well as his current ability to stay home with them might make him look better than you for that. Has your lawyer said
    Posted to Divorce - Custody & Visitation (Forum) by karen2222 on Mon, Mar 27 2017
  • Re: Water from exterior and gutters have damaged my unit

    [quote user="xaviermike24"]Because the issue is due to poor craftmanship, wear and tear, and maintenance insurance is not going to cover the damage in my unit.[/quote] YOUR insurance isn't going to cover the damage, but assuming the HOA has liability insurance, then the HOA's insurance will cover the HOA if you sue it. The question
    Posted to Real Estate (Forum) by karen2222 on Sun, Mar 26 2017
  • Re: What to expect - Visitation

    [quote user="Snarah"]I don't think it would take a medical expert for a judge to see he can't be unnattended period, let alone travel unattended or with any frequency.[/quote] Even if he had no special needs, 11 is still a bit young to fly alone, and of course his siblings are also very much too young to travel unsupervised. The expectation
    Posted to Divorce - Custody & Visitation (Forum) by karen2222 on Sun, Mar 26 2017
  • Re: What to expect - Visitation

    I am not a lawyer and all I know about visitation orders is what I've read about it: (1) typically if the parents work out a mutually-agreed visitation schedule and present it to the court, it will be included in the court order as-is unless the judge thinks it's grossly unfair. (2) if the parents don't agree and the judge has to decide
    Posted to Divorce - Custody & Visitation (Forum) by karen2222 on Sat, Mar 25 2017
  • Re: Break a lease even before it has started... !!!

    Just FYI, here is a helpful FAQ on breaking a lease in Georgia, courtesy of Georgia Legal Aid. April 7 is only 2 weeks away, so the chances that they will let you just move out then without penalty are probably slim, but all you can do is ask. It would of course help your odds if they have a waiting list of people wanting to rent apartments like yours
    Posted to Landlord & Tenant (Forum) by karen2222 on Thu, Mar 23 2017
  • Re: Bankruptcy the right decision now?

    I did not click on your link (I have no idea whether it is safe), so I don't know what it says. I recommend reading more than just one information source (as many as you can). Since anyone can post anything online it is risky to rely on just one not-so-well-known source. [quote user="peter01"]If I go ahead with bankruptcy, will their house
    Posted to Credit and Collection Problems (Forum) by karen2222 on Wed, Mar 22 2017
  • Re: Brother using lie to force our family

    BTW, it really sounds like what this family needs now is counseling, not legal action.
    Posted to General Family Law (Forum) by karen2222 on Mon, Mar 20 2017
  • Re: Brother using lie to force our family

    If you would like more information about the laws that govern when and how this under-18 boy can be legally emancipated, you need to tell us which state this family lives in. Emancipation of minors is governed by state laws. The legal tools available to a parent wanting to force a minor child to come home are also dependent on state law, but the two
    Posted to General Family Law (Forum) by karen2222 on Mon, Mar 20 2017
  • Re: Purchased car w/ Ford extended service plan, plan is invalid

    [quote user="FraWin"]He made a point of making sure I kinew that if he has the paperwork (ESP contract), he must have a warranty.[/quote] Sounds like he is shining you on...did you think to ask him whether he had PAID for that ESP? As far as suing the dealer goes, one reason I think it's unnecessary is that I'm pretty sure you don't
    Posted to Small Claims Court (Forum) by karen2222 on Fri, Mar 17 2017
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