Claimed Lawyer ProfileQ&A
- Landlord Tenant
- Arbitration & Mediation
- Business Law
- Criminal Law
- Elder Law
- Employment Law
- Medical Malpractice
- Estate Planning
- Insurance Claims
- Personal Injury
- Tax Law
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- State Bar of Georgia
- 11th Circuit
- Georgia State University College of Law
- J.D. | Law
- Honors: Cum Laude
- Appalachian State University
- B.S. | Accounting
- University of Georgia
- M.S. | Computer Science
- State Bar of Georgia # 583918
15 Questions Answered
- Q. I need too terminate my probation I have not violated any of the requirements can I be able with a lawyer?
- A: Supervised probation is terminable under a number of conditions. Talk to a lawyer.
- Q. If a tire shop sells you tires with dry rot on them, is that illegal?
- A: It may be negligence (civil liability). Did the tires fail? Did it cause you damages? Is there a warranty on the tires.
- Q. Leased a room from a veteran who recently passed. House foreclosed & was auctioned off Nov6. New owners have to evict?
- A: If they want you out and you do not want to go, they will have to evict.
- Q. I filed BK-7 to protect my vehicle from repossession, the BK-7 was discharged but I filed an Adversary and need to sue.
- A: Probably not.
- Q. When you enroll your children in public school is that a contract with the government? Why don't we know that?
- A: No, it is not. You get it for free. Think gift.
- Q. Could not find w2. Went to a site entered in last paycheck info to get one. Now it does not match actual w2 after sent?
- A: Is there a substantial difference? If there is, amend your tax return. If not, it is hardly fraud.
- Q. Alabama LL. Have tenant who signed a year lease with previous owner. Started Aug 18 have not turned on no utilities.
- A: You are in Alabama? Alabama law applies.
- Q. How long does the PR of an estate in Georgia have to remove personal affects of a deceased renter from home?
- A: The landlord can demand whatever he wants. If he wants an eviction he will have to convince a judge what he is doing is right. The deceased has a month to month lease. In GA the LL needs to give 60 days notice to term so long as the lease is being fulfilled (you must pay rent). He also must follow the eviction process after this. 1. demand the property 2. File an eviction 3. If You answer. 4. hearing is set. 5. If you lose at the hearing 6. One week til writ of possession issues.
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