I currently am being compensated either by an hourly rate or from my earned commission, which ever one is greater. I am required to clock in and work a full 40 hour week plus I am being told less than 24 hours in advance that I will have to work on weekends, every week when my commission is higher... Read more »
Hello, more information is needed here. You need to meet several requirements to be exempt from overtime: certain job duties and to receive pay on a salary basis. I would reach out to an employment law attorney in your state for a consultation.
You probably need to move out. Whether it makes sense to sue your landlord will depend upon multiple factors, such as the lease's terms, your financial situation, and your landlord's ability to satisfy any court judgment that you might obtain.
A motion pendente lite is latin for "pending the litigation". The motion requests orders while a case is pending such as custody, visitation, child support or maintenance orders in divorce litigation. Pendente lite motions are often abbreviated as "PDL". Those temporary...Read more »
This event happened Fri., June 4, 2021, at 5 p.m. I suffered a concussion with a large subdural hematoma. No fractures, but the fall injured my back, sacral area, neck and shoulders. A level 3, or mid to severe concussion, can take time months to heal. I have a continual headache, including... Read more »
I'm sorry for your accident and the injuries you suffered. This is really something that a Missouri attorney should advise on, but your post remains open for four weeks. If you reached out to attorneys in the Springfield area, most would probably offer free initial consults on such matters....Read more »
My dad filed a beneficiary deed for 2 of his properties in 2017 leaving both to my brother. Earlier this year, he wrote a statement saying that I am to get one of the properties and had it notarized. Our father has since died. My brother has filed a quit claim deed, making me the co-owner of one... Read more »
Assuming the Beneficiary Deeds were recorded, (you state "filed"), and nothing has been recorded since then, the beneficiary deed controls and your brother is the legal owner of the real properties. A notarized statement does not meet the requirements of a valid will and has no legal...Read more »
You need to review your own plan that you submitted to the court and make sure that the payment is in there. Talk with your attorney if you cannot find it. Do this IMMEDIATELY, as the payments are going to other creditors. The trustee has no way of knowing your intent if not in writing. If it is...Read more »
I never completed the second check yet the company fired me citing the second check and their corporate partners having an issue. Shouldn’t all that have been cleared up with my first check and if so are they at risk for discriminating against me
It is unclear to me what type of unlawful discrimination you believe occurred. If you believe the discrimination was based upon your arrest record or criminal history the you might find this interesting. https://jobs.mo.gov/sites/jobs/files/criminal_background_check_dwd_12-2016_wioa.ppt...Read more »
Ticket 1: Not stopping for an Emergency vehicle. They spelled my first name wrong, and wrote the time for court date at 9pm when our local court closes at 4pm. He also scratched out the first court date he put and fixed it to the correct day.
Ticket 2: Driving without a License. I have my... Read more »
Try serving her at different locations. Suggest requesting and using a special process server. If you still cannot get her served, you can have her served by publication in a legal newspaper in the county where she resides.
You can. However, a USCIS officer might say that you were actually lying about what you were coming to the USA to do in the first place. This is especially if you do not plan to return home after the ceremony and file for adjustment of status here in the USA.
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