I signed a lease agreement with my husband when we were still married.

I signed a lease agreement with my husband when we were still married. He moved out, then, we divorced.THe house is only in his name. He has since sent cruel texts, and has sent texts to my 13 yr old daughter (not hisdaughter) and pics of his new girlfriend. He also asks her who I am seeing. He has also sent my mother a letter, and me as well. Can I break my lease due to this? My 3 children are terrified of him, and live in fear that he will return.

Las Vegas Landlord/Tenant: My tenants are breaking their lease early.

Las Vegas Landlord/Tenant: My tenants are breaking their lease early. They’ve been there just over a year and still have 10 months left on the lease agreement. In Early March they wanted us to reduce their rent by 25% claiming hardship. We politely said no because 1) It’s a fixed lease agreement and 2) they won’t provided any documentations to support their story.

We wrote them a lettter declining their request, reiterated their numerous lease violations such a unauthorized pets, unauthorized alterations to the premises, damages, and nuisances. We also requested the annual home inspection be done before my husband’s deployment.

Six days later, they responded in writing that they’re well able to pay the rent and will abide by the lease agreement. We had the home inspection done and gave them a copy of the report listing the damages that needed to be repaired and any lease violations. Five days later, they gave us a 30-day notice wanting us to reduce the rent by 50% claiming hardship.

We sent them a move-out letter because it’s rediculous what they’re asking.

They’re moving out early May. What is my next step and how do I go about suing them for the remainder of the rent on the lease and damages since they’re not likely to leave the place in good condition. It’s more likely that the amount will exceed the small claims court limit of $5000 since their rent is $2400/mo. Since they’re business owner, can I also sue them and their business.

I would greatly appreciate any directions and need a great attorney.

Sold a car My husband, just recently, was deployed over seas.

Sold a car
My husband, just recently, was deployed over seas. His Car (Kia sportage 2002) was titled in the state of West Virginia, but he had to go to Las Vegas to meet with his Army Unit. While there he sold his car to a ”friend”. He wrote out a bill of sale but did not recieve a copy of it. Also the title was signed over to the man he sold the car to. He was told by the man that he only had 1500 dollars of the 3300 we were asking and he said he would send 700 within a week, and 1100 by august 1st. This all happened July 1st, 2006. I have not recieved a penny, and when I try to contact him he will not return my calls. Is there anything that can be done, or becuase we do not have a copy of the bill of sale, are we out of luck?