My father is still waiting for his interview to get the visa. I don't know when the immigration visa center give the interview date that is final step ? So maybe after filing the bankruptcy, they reject my father's case? Please let me know what should I do? It is very hard situation and... Read more »
All of my goods would be handmade by me but the goods vary from handmade clothing, paintings, and jewelry. I am curious if there is a class that covers these as a whole? I would like to pay as less as possible because I understand each class is $350. I would be selling all of these handmade... Read more »
Jewelry is in International Class 014, apparel is in IC 025, and art/paintings is in IC 016. If the application is filed using TEAS Plus, the filing fee is $250 per class. TEAS Plus applications have a lower fee but more requirements than TEAS Standard, explained here:...Read more »
Your bankruptcy lawyer can answer that more accurately than someone on a Q&A site like this. The re-filer needs to ask to have the stay reimposed, but the new filer doesn't. How the court handles it will to a large extent depend on the district you are in and who is your judge.
I work for an assisted living facility when there legally must be 5 staff in the building at all times. They are mandating a 30 minute break but since they're not staffing enough employees we are not allowed to leave the building when we take our required 30 minute break. Is this legal? I was... Read more »
As long as you are completely relieved from any work duties during your 30-minute break, your employer can require you to remain in the building. If, however, your employer requires you to stay in the building because your break is frequently interrupted by performing work if needed, then you...Read more »
The next day the truck was gone and we thought the lender took it. Several days later the lender said they did not have the truck and it must be stolen and to report it to the police which we did. The truck has not been located. Now the lender is contacting us. What are our options?
SSD - Social Security Disability, LTD - Long Term Disability. Is it legal for MetLife to make him pay back their money? This was insurance that he was paying for out of his paychecks, from his former employer.
Most LTD policies contain an offset provision for Social Security benefits.
Before you receive your SSDI benefits, the LTD company is paying the full benefit amount. If SSA then awards backpay for months that you were already getting the full payment amount for LTD, you generally owe them...Read more »
Responsibility. Debtor's sibling pays remainder of case with agreement all property released from case goes to him. Estate executor lies and withholds some property. What can sibling do to receive said property? Is this fraud in any form?
A Missouri attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. The most direct way is to check with your attorney if you are represented in the matter. If you're handling your case on your own and an insurable interest is involved, the claim examiner for the carrier...Read more »
You would have the option to 1) surrender and owe nothing further, 2) keep making the monthly payments but not reaffirm, or 3) to keep making the monthly payments and reaffirm. You would likely only want to reaffirm under limited circumstances - mainly only if the vehicle was worth a good bit more...Read more »
A Kansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Until you're able to discuss recent case law decisions from Kansas courts with a local attorney, it sounds like it could be a difficult basis for a case. With adhesives and sealants, it's a given that they...Read more »
In Kansas, creditors have six months from the date of death, or, if an estate is opened within six months of the date of death, four months from the date of first publication, to file a claim in the probate estate. If an interested party has not petitioned to open the estate, the creditor has...Read more »
Most offenses in Kansas may be expunged if the conditions set forth in the expungement statute (K.S.A. 21-6614) are met. Depending upon the specific crime, there is a waiting period of three or five years (with a few exceptions of one, seven and ten year waiting periods) from completion of...Read more »
The Kansas Department of Labor enforces wage and hour laws in Kansas. Generally speaking, an employer cannot withhold wages for a purpose other than tax, Social Security, and Medicare withholdings or a garnishment pursuant to a court-ordered judgment without an agreement with the employee....Read more »
Here's a longer answer: Any corporation in Kansas, including a nonprofit corporation, will generally lose their ability to engage in the purpose for which they were formed once they have been administratively dissolved. That's the...Read more »
My mother wanted to buy her oxygen concentrator out right her doctor's office called companies for her one company said they could do it but when they got to her house they wanted her to rent it for a year and then she could buy it. there were other companies who could do it out right they... Read more »
A Kansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. It sounds like you're making a case for something along the lines of misrepresentation. But in these settings, the other side could argue that there was a misunderstanding as to what was said, or what was...Read more »
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