Do i still have to pay rent if i give my 30 day notice

  

Do i still have to pay rent if i give my 30 day notice

im moving to be closer to my job

Justin’s Answer

It depends on the terms of your lease and whether you properly gave notice. If you were in a month-to-month lease and gave at least one month’s notice, then no, you may move out without paying rent. However, if you are breaking the lease early or didn’t give proper notice you do have to pay rent. There are many variable to consider; you should contact an attorney if you have more questions.

I don’t want to testify against my boyfriend but I’m on parole will that be a parole violation

  

I don’t want to testify against my boyfriend but I’m on parole will that be a parole violation

I called the cops on my boyfriend now he says he’s getting charged with domestic violence in the second degree and kidnapping in the second degree when really I was just worked up and overwhelmed at the time I gave my statement I just wish this would all go away I’m on parole I’m not sure what will happen if they try to get me for filing a false statement

Justin’s Answer

If you did give a false statement to police, then yes, that is a crime and probably a parole violation. If you refuse to testify, a judge can hold you in contempt and put you in jail until you do testify. This sounds like a difficult situation; you will have to contact a criminal defense attorney to get more information.

When going to court tomorrow

   

When going to court tomorrow

My sister has bullied me for over 50 years, I was her daughters Personal Assistant for 3 years she has Cerebral Palsy. We are very close and my sister can not stand it. I have been there for over 20 years my niece is 25 were best friends we did everything together. I had to file a Ex Parte then I was granted a Full Order Of Protection against. Then she filed on me her and her 2 daughters. Nothing but lies are on the papers I can prove/

Justin’s Answer

This may be too late, but the judge should have asked questions before granting the protective order. They should consider the fact that you have a protective order and that this action might be retaliatory. If the order was granted, you can contact an attorney and attempt to have the order reversed.

My ex girlfriend filed full order protection and lied to get it and got custody why. It’s her second one she dropped the first

  

My ex girlfriend filed full order protection and lied to get it and got custody why. It’s her second one she dropped the first

Now I a supposed to every other weekend and that doesn’t happen she keeps putting me in jail over the ex parte and is lied to do it. Now she don’t even want them her mom has them she runs around with the meth heads

Justin’s Answer

This question is too specific to answer in a public forum. You need to contact a local defense and/or divorce attorney to help you.

If if someone has a restraining order on me but we still was texting and hanging out in my am I in violation

  

If if someone has a restraining order on me but we still was texting and hanging out in my am I in violation

My ex put a restraining order on me but she contact me first told me that she did do it days go by we are talking and hanging out and in violation an is her restraining order revoked

Justin’s Answer

If the restraining order is still valid, then yes, you are in violation. Even if she contacts you first. She cannot undo or turn off the judge’s order. In fact, I frequently see this situation where one partner gets a protective order then appears to make up in order to trap the other person. Stop talking to her.

How do I get my 14 year old son back from guardian grandparents?

  

How do I get my 14 year old son back from guardian grandparents?

Am I looking at jail time? Court in 3 hours! Got no response yesterday?

  

Am I looking at jail time? Court in 3 hours! Got no response yesterday?

How can find out if there is a pending assault in the 3rd is pending against me

  

How can find out if there is a pending assault in the 3rd is pending against me

On July 20 2018 I was involved in a altercation with a female who was intoxicated she had drinking since around 1pm that day the altercation took place around 10pm I was arrested for assault she did not file a charge against memories the guard who released me also said no charges were filed but I want to be sure of this the lady involved has a horrible background of alcoholism the injury they claim I did in which I did not was small cut on her chin witnesses saw her staggering around that night and she most likely fell like she has before thank you look forward to your response

Justin’s Answer

I agree with Mr. Hardin: wait and see is often the best approach. However, I will add that you should stop posting the specific facts of your case to public forums and do NOT contact this person.

How can I get a divorce from a man who won’t sign the papers from my attorney so we can precede with the divorce ?

  

How can I get a divorce from a man who won’t sign the papers from my attorney so we can precede with the divorce ?

My hopefully soon ex husband has had the papers for a year and half. He keeps refusing to go to the embassy or consulate in Honduras to get the papers notorized. I only communicate with him by email because he has stalked my children (not his), my family, and me online. He will say I will sign them but then never does. He is holding me hostage in an unwanted marriage. And he took me for all my money and I can’t afford to pay an attorney $2500. I’m disabled and I’m not receiving any help from my kids father, so I’m very limited on my income.

Justin’s Answer

If he has been served or is avoiding service, you can go to a contested hearing and get a default judgment. This is a difficult situation, however, so you will probably need an attorney to help you.

Is my husband allowed to buy me drinks?

  

Is my husband allowed to buy me drinks?

He is 23 and I’m 19. I live in Missouri and can’t find anything on it.

Justin’s Answer

No he cannot. However, oddly enough, Missouri allows your parents to give you small amounts of alcohol with meals, celebrations, or religious services.