Your first step should be to contact an attorney. Beware of self-help lien forms that are on the market. These will work fine if you are experienced in your state's real estate laws. If you are not experienced, even a small mistake can be grounds for voiding the lien and an award of attorney's fees in favor of the person who owes you money.
How do you place a lien on someone's home.
You can leave your home if you are 17 and live in NC depending on the reason for leaving and where you are going to live. If you are going to live with a family member, you can often do this without a judgment from the court system.
Nobody goes home... but something worse happens! Sarah dies, that's why they say someones leaving the house "forever"
Suiters are taking over Odysseus' home, trying to court his wife.
You follow them home.
Not without permission from the court.
how do you place a lein on some ones home
Not without parental consent or emancipation by the court.
You must speak to your mother about the problems going on at home. She can petition the court for custody.
Hi from Texas, Can a person that repossesses enter your home without being notified by the courts that they are at your home to take an item; such as a 50" TV and computer
Yes, as of May 15th, 2010 - still going on.
No, you don't have to be bonded to accept a cleaning job in someones home. You can just do so at www.wikihow.com/Start-a-House-Cleaning-business Bonding isnt necessary, so much as it is an insurance in the event of. You will find more people willing to hire you, if you are prepared for liability, so no one has to drag out court costs. http://www.ehow.com/how_2294068_get-bonded.html