He was like 4 cars away on skyway blvd to get to the airport blvds yield & the stop that i was at ? He also accused me of being drunk & continue to ask me how much I had , had of alcohol . ( I don’t drink )
You are welcome to contest the ticket. The best way to contest a ticket is to have a traffic ticket attorney represent you. Use the Justia Find a Lawyer tab, search for traffic ticket lawyers in your area, contact a few, discuss the specifics of your case with them, obtain your options and then...Read more »
If the landlord is fine with it, could you do this to drive down your own personal rent? If you set everything up, find the other tenants/roommates and can pay on time every month, is it possible to do this on a regular lease without the others knowing how much you're paying?
First, it depends on the terms in your lease agreement. Most lease agreements provide that subleasing is not allowed unless you get the written consent of the owner/landlord. You should review your lease to see what is states about subleasing. Secondly, it also could depend on whether the HOA of...Read more »
Two friends of mine and I signed a year long lease. We agreed every month we’d split the bills for the apartment three ways. In March, they bailed on me and moved back to Mississippi. We will receive an invoice for the settlement agreement (~10K), but I don’t know who they’re sending it to.... Read more »
Unfortunately, even though all of you are on the lease, the landlord can seek payment from any one of you. Since you all signed the settlement agreement, you are all responsible for payment. However, unless other language was included in the agreement, you are all joint and severally liable for...Read more »
I am 69 years old I have only 1 son and I petitioned for him and its been 2 years, he is in removal proceedings in the 9th circut, what are the chances I get my application expedited and if the request is granted how much further can they move the appicaiton? he is my only son I have type 2... Read more »
She is unable to pay her bills and refuses any type of help or to go to the doctor. I fear for her safety. Wellness checks from the Department of Public Safety in La Mirada have resulted in reports that state that she should not be alone. Home visits from SASSFA have stated that she is confused... Read more »
She can grant you Power of Attorney if she has the capacity to.
It sounds like it might be too late for her to sign anything. In that case you have to get the court to grant you a conservatorship. It will require a form from her doctor plus a pile of papers, and an investigator will...Read more »
Credits are earned when you work and pay Social Security taxes on the income. This is different than paying income tax. You should speak with a CPA or tax professional about making sure that you pay the tax. Those people are often trying to keep your tax bill as low as possible. You may not be...Read more »
The guests smoke marijuana, even though they have a no smoking rule that the owner doesn't enforce, resident/son is rarely onsite to monitor, I have high risk, serious asthma and respiratory complications. They are just ignoring the problem or saying they know nothing about and say it must be... Read more »
Sadly, no! There is nothing in the Labor Code that requires the Employer or INsurer to pay for the increase in residential electricity during periods of Temporary Disability. The Labor Code only requires payment for 'reasonable' treatment (which includes mileage reimbursement to the...Read more »
Your question remains open for two weeks, and there's no point losing further time in the Uncategorized section of this forum. You could try reposting under the Patents (Intellectual Property) category. There's no guarantee that every post is picked up, but you would have better chances...Read more »
Recently my sons father contacted me for the first time after not having heard a word from him three years and wanted to see my son. Prior to this he had only seen him twice when my son was three and then went to prison for two years. Legal paternity has not been established nor is his name on my... Read more »
You open with saying that no custody orders exist. If no custody orders exist then what the father is doing is not in violation of any court orders. That's why the police can't help you. File a parentage action and ask for sole legal and physical custody. Concurrently with your...Read more »
Yeah because I have reason to believe that my father's name was changed my mother's name was changed and then they made everything look that way now people are benefiting from everything that's written on the story and then it appears that my father and my mother the identity was... Read more »
Most fraud offenses can be investigated by either local or federal authorities. If you have evidence of a criminal fraud or identity theft, you can begin by reporting that evidence to either your local police department of FBI field office.
I got an email from stranger with texts that make me sexually insulted. I found this person's facebook account by searching the sender's email. Will I be sued for tagging this person with the screenshot of insulting email I got? Or can I report this person to the police?
If the email you received was a criminal act, such as conveying pictures of pornography involving minors, or porn sent to you as a minor, then reporting it to the police would be he best move. If not, simply block the email address as junk mail and move on. Trying to punish or retaliate will...Read more »
My sister residing in CA worked remotely transcribing for an Illinois company. They started having financial issues a few years ago and did things like move out scheduled pay dates. They made payroll for a while then started missing those dates. Last year my sister was behind 3 or more paychecks on... Read more »
The good news here is that you are completely incorrect when you say she cannot collect unemployment because she is technically employed. You do not have to be unemployed to get UI benefits. You simply have to establish that you are not working and not getting paid or that you are under employed....Read more »
I was not burned but suffered smoke inhalation. I had the truck for one hour. An auction employee drove the truck to the front of the lot for me to take delivery. I was told it was driveable. The Fire Dept had to come put out the fire.
Sorry to hear that. Virtually every auction I've ever seen has a disclaimer both on the bidding number issuance paper and on the bill of sale that says that you buy it, you take any and all risks, that the auctioneer doesn't test or examine the vehicles and makes absolutely no guarantee...Read more »
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