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chpt.13
need an attorney familiar with mobile home residency law of calif., for a chapter 13 filing. thanks

Manager in distress I became the manager of a mobile home park, because the…

Manager in distress
I became the manager of a mobile home park, because the owner had asked me too. I was being underpaid and one of his other managers quit, so he decided to split up my family and I to work both parks. I told him i was only working temporarily and I would return to my regular park after a month or two. He had promised that upon my return, my family and I would be able to move into a smaller unit and thus, pay no rent for my managerial services. I told him it was time for me to go back and his wife (Also the owner), lashed out against me, in a verbal attack saying that things had changed and that their plan was to keep me at the new park. I wanted to return home and they refused and was yelled at and humiliated and I stressed out and i have a chest problem, and I couldnt breathe and I went to the hospital due to her actions. Now they want to talk, presumably to strike a deal, but I am severely underpaid and now have hospital bills to pay. I want to know if there is something I can do legally to help me out. Thank you very much.

I AM TRYING TO SALE MY MOBILE HOMe AND MOVING TO TEXAS.

I AM TRYING TO SALE MY MOBILE HOMe AND MOVING TO TEXAS. BUT THE PARK MANEGER DENYED THE BUYERS A MOTHER AND DAUGHTER,BECAUSE THEIR INCOME WAS TO LOW. THE MOTHER IS RECIEVING TWO CHECKS A SETLEMENT AND A PAYOUT GIVING HER AROUND 50,000 THE DAUGHTER WORKS AT THE LOCAL CASINO AND MAKES 1,200 A MONTH. THE MANEGER SAYS SHE CANT COUNT THE 50,000 AS A SOURCE OF INCOME, AND THE DAUGHTER DOSENT MAKE ENOUGH.THE MANEGER EVEN SAID “I DONT KNOW WHAT SHE’S GOING TO DO WITH THAT MONEY, SHE COULD BE ADDICTED TO GAMBLING FOR ALL I KNOW.

Incorrect Unlawful Detainer Judgement on my record I have a Judgement on my…

Incorrect Unlawful Detainer Judgement on my record
I have a Judgement on my record which shouldn’t be there.
It happened last year when I was given an eviction notice and went to court. I agreed to give up my mobile home, valued at about $5,000 in exchange for about $200 in delinquent land rental and utilities costs, which the judge agreed to.

Is there some type of legal form which I can simply file with the court to dispute this? Or would it have to be another court case?