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Q: general construction, paid in advance, now refusing to finish job. has a history of doing this in CA

1 Answer | Asked in Construction Law for California on
Answered on Jun 22, 2017

You can file a complaint with the Contractor's State Licensing Board and sue him. Check your written contract, as it may provide for arbitration instead of court suit. If so, the Board will probably wait until the arbitration is completed before taking action. Now you know not to pay in advance and to check on a contractor in advance of hiring them. Expensive.
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Q: brother has split custody of his kids,when she has them she leaves them overnight with boyfriends,daycare. What canwe do

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Answered on Jun 22, 2017

This is something I see all the time. Often a good option would be for him to modify the existing order to get the "right of first refusal." What this would do is everything she wants to dump the kids somewhere she would have to give him the first option to watch the kids. this would eliminate the problem.

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Q: What does it means state of New Jersey in the intrest of ____________ And what does victim/complainant means

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for New Jersey on
Answered on Jun 22, 2017

What does it means state of New Jersey in the interest of ____________. This means the person of persons are being "acted for" by the State of NJ. Victim/complainant means someone who was harmed. To properly answer your questions and address your concerns, the best way to handle this is by retaining an experienced matrimonial attorney. You need the best attorney you can afford, do not let geographic considerations be a factor in your choice of an attorney. Pick the best lawyer you can find and...
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Q: My son just turned 18 yesterday and his dad wants to stop child support but my son wants to go to school

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Answered on Jun 22, 2017

If a parent wants to modify a child support order, the parent seeking the modification has the burden of proving to the judge that the changed circumstances are permanent, substantial, and unanticipated. Your husband cannot just stop paying child support. To properly answer your questions and address your concerns, the best way to handle this is by retaining an experienced matrimonial attorney. You need the best attorney you can afford, do not let geographic considerations be a factor in your...
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Q: I was excluded from a job I qualify for because I was not provided with a testing time that is required for the job.

1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law for Oregon on
Answered on Jun 22, 2017

Assuming this is not a government job or a union job, then likely there is nothing to do. Now, if you think they did this because you are in a protected class, then that changes things. However, you mention nothing about discrimination.
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