Visitation rights for non-custodial parent’s family and step-mom with power of a
My husband’s ex-wife is threatening to deny visitation of his daughter to my mother-in-law and myself. The reason she is doing so has nothing to do with the safety of the child but rather over a misunderstanding of what information my mother-in-law shared with the exes family (which didn’t actually even happen). Also, I have a general power of attorney for my husband because he is in the military and deployed overseas for several months. Does that aid my cause and give me any legal recourse should she follow through on her threats?
Contract for deed: Name removal
What would be the legal way for one party, out of two, to be removed from a contract for deed in the state of Alabama. The deed holder is more than willing for the individual to back out.
For a lease agreement to be legal in the state of Alabama does there have to be a witness or notarization made on the lease?
Tenant owes money What are my rights as Landlord?
I have a tenant that owes part of November rent along with December and January Rent with late fees occuring every day. The lease was from 1/4/04 to 12/31/04 and after that goes month by month. The rental agreement that the tenants signed says a late fee of $10 per day after the 5th of the month. This means $30 a day for all three months. I know I should not have let it go this long, but they have taken advantage of my good nature for the last time. They have claimed the late fees are illegal and that they do not have the money. I need to get paying tenants in my property and quickly. What can I do? I do not want to have them their another month.
Thanks in Advance
Merchant sold me a supposed ”new” car. I later
discovered that it was actually a ”demo” which had
been dented on the back panel and sent to a body shop
for repair. My insurance company told me that this
lowered the value of the car and suggested I consult an
attorney. Questions: Were they required to make this
disclosue as to the body work on the car? Shouldn’t
they have marked ”demo” instead of ”new” on the
appropriate box on the bill of sale? Is this fraud to be
charged a new car price for a previously damaged
demo? What can I expect them to do to remedy this?