We need help with how we should word the motion filed to withdraw vs dismiss or what to call it? What is the best way to go about doing this to be 100% sure we are not responsible for the defendant's attorney fees and can the defense come back and try to sue us after we either withdraw or... Read more »
you really want to have an attorney contact them to try to get some money and then when they say no, to ask if I can get them to drop/dismiss the case, we would want a release agreeing that each side shall bear their own costs.
if they know you are going to give in, then they may not agree...Read more »
Yes, codefendants named in the same charging document will have the same case number, although some jurisdictions may add a number at the end of the main case number to indicate the number of each defendant (i.e., 1, 2, 3, ect.).
The paperwork was filed in contra costa county. We live in solano now. We only had 1 child at the time the other papers were filed. We now have 2. How do I proceed with divorce? Or am I stuck at his mercy because he filed the paperwork 2 years ago and never closed? I also want to move to my parents... Read more »
It is unclear from your question if you are being represented by an attorney or not. If you represent yourself, you can settle and dismiss the case. However, if you are being represented by an attorney, you cannot settle with your employer behind your attorney's back. Your attorney has a lien...Read more »
My ex husband designed a car motor while we were married. He passed away in February and he was in dealings with a car company to sell his design. When he passed his roommates didn’t allow me or his mom to get his things. So I don’t have anything to prove it was his design unless I can find the... Read more »
I am sorry that someone you once loved intensely has died.
One place to look for an indication that your ex-husband assigned rights in an invention over to another entity is the assignment database -- https://assignment.uspto.gov/patent/index.html#/patent/search
My dad left me a 1960's single wide he purchased in 1995.
The loan was a 5 year loan and he was proud of it being paid off. Now when I'm trying to get/ transfer the title I find the lien holder is still on the title. Lien holder is no longer in this business. What do I need to... Read more »
Expired Mortgage Lien Claimant: The "judge" route will be an action filed in your jurisdiction's Superior Court - difficult in this situation, not based on the law or the facts (that's the easy part of your claim), but in trying show "proof of service" in connection...Read more »
Employer wants to know specific medical information about employee. Employer and employee have not consented into any release of medical information about employee? Is this a violation under HIPPA and california state law?
This is listed in WORKERS COMPENSATION so I'll have to presume there is an on-the-job-injury and the worker has placed her physical condition in issue requesting treatment and disability payments; when there is a WCAB Case Number, the subpena service can get those records because the injured...Read more »
I am using a paid language learning program to study a language. I want to make my own flashcards based on the words I learned. It will only be accessible to me. Would I be infringing on their copyright and databases? I know the companies compile words in categories and levels.
My wife and mother in law have made false accusations of being unsafe with me and of me “shaking” my babies. I’ve been cleared because it never happed. And now is trying to get restraining order so they can take my twin babies to Washington DC. They’ve contacted help on their end so I’m... Read more »
The answer will depend on where your wife and children are located, because that is where you will have to take your stand. I am not a family law lawyer, and am only licensed to practice in California.
You can start by asking for help from the JAG Office at your marine base. You might ask...Read more »
The cafe owner said he would check with his insurance about covering the loss and he said his insurance would not cover the loss because it occurred outside, yet the cafe serves patrons outside all the time…
There may be a local law school with a clinic for disability benefits so you could call around and ask. If you are concerned about not having money to pay a lawyer you don’t need to worry about that. You don’t pay up front and the attorney only gets paid a percentage of your back benefits if...Read more »
Federal law states that if an employee does not want to get vaccinated (must be for religious exemption or due to disability), they will be subject to weekly testing. Therefore, if you are not going to get the vaccine, you will be subject to weekly testing. Vaccination status is not a protected...Read more »
I have a court order from 2005 that states I may claim my daughter for tax purposes only as a non custodial parent. In 2015, I was back in court for changes on visitation and child support payments. Does the 2005 order of tax claiming still carry over onto the 2015 court orders? The topic of taxes... Read more »
Court orders remain in full force and effect until/unless they are modified. If the 2015 order did not modify the 2005 order with respect to the tax exemption, then that part of the 2005 order is still in effect. Without actually seeing the orders however, I cannot say this with absolute...Read more »
California's Labor Code section 1102.5 states that if you complain/inform your employer of something you reasonably to be unlawful (in this case asking you to endorse contents and attachments), it is unlawful for your employer to retaliate against you. If you believe what your boss is asking...Read more »
I'm not aware of the step designations you are referring to. i.e. what's step 3? It's not clear what you have done so far in your case or what the status of your case is at this point. When the parties are ready to submit a proposed judgment, you two can stipulate regarding...Read more »
So since working for employer I have had missing wages issues that never were addressed after a month of getting the run around I felt hopeless because the clock in were changing when I am well aware of my clock in times. Sunday was my normal schedule day and 4th of July landed on that day I was... Read more »
Under California Labor Code 1102.5, if you complain to your employer about something you reasonably believe to be unlawful, and the employer retaliates against you (in this case terminated you), you may have a case for whistleblower retaliation. I would recommend seeking a free consultation with an...Read more »
I was laid off last year and just a month ago I just got another job and I'm behind on payments child support how can I get help for them not suspend my license because I need it for transportation to work. My other question is my ex open child support on 2009 in on 2012 my oldest daughter... Read more »
CSSD has a payback program so you can make payments on the arrears. You can also schedule a hearing for yourself on the issue of relief from getting your license suspended. I also recommend you seek a modification and for forgiveness of the debt incurred during the period your 12-year-old was...Read more »
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