Did the Cavanaugh daughters win their civil suit against Linda Cavanaugh?

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Answered: Linda Hank Cavanaugh Widow on the Hill

Yes, definately. She wanted the Cavannagh's entire estate and she used her looks and her ingenuine concern for the whole family to get what she wanted. Donna Sumerville should be ashamed of herself and if she has any decency at all about her she will settle the estate with the two daughters. BTW I ...

Answered: Can an incarcerated felon file a civil law suit in california'?

I don't wish to be considered a Jail house lawyer but I do have some experience in the trenches. Having filed one the last "Writ of Habeus Corpus" in 2004 from jail to expedite a wrongful arrest trial for cultivating Marijuana. It is possible to make the fascists take notice but it will probably ...

Answered: If a monetary penalty has been issued against you in a civil suit, can

A Civil Judgemeant can be modified if the court allows it, but no it cannot be waived unless the judgement is overturned. (Not really a waiver) Civil Judgements, will remain in force for 10 years, and can be extended for another 10 years. The are enforceable in every state. Sorry.

Answered: Discover card sent letter telling me to go to discover.com/win to see my

If it's an actual letter sent by the post office, it's probably legit. If it's an email, it's a scam.

Answered: Civil Law Suit and Bankruptcy

My suggestion is to seek legal advice either through your bankruptcy attorney or your personal one. If you cannot afford legal help then contact legal aid in your area.

Answered: Can i file a civil suit against my place of resident for wrongful

I'd suggest speaking with an attorney who has experience with landlord/tenant procedures as under certain circumstances, it is possible to file suit against a former place of residence.
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Civil Suit

Yes, depending on your status. As an executor or administrator of their estate you can. If you want to sue the person you think is responsible for their death you might be able to under the Wrongful Death statutes in your state; they will spell out WHO (what relationship or status you must have ...

Default of Judgment - What happens when you enter one?

Will the court send them a letter letting them know of their obligation? Will the courts follow up or is that in my hands?

Who pay in civil suites?

A casual reading of the answer to most civil litigation includes the terminology, "attorney fees, court cost, and other legal fees". The one who does not prevail generally pay the fees. The court has the authority to impose other conditions.

What do you think, will they be able to reproduce this win?

Air Force is on such a high right now, but I think their winning streak is over.