Your question is best suited for the experienced divorce attorneys here. But your post remains open for two weeks. Until you're able to reach out to an attorney who is knowledgeable in this area, here is a link to the New York State Unified Court System's divorce resources:...Read more »
Hi. If I write an article for a blog, who holds the copyright to the work, the author or the publisher? I am writing without payment or signed agreement and I am credited as the writer. The blog is supported by paid advertising if that matters. Do I, as the writer, have the right to publish the... Read more »
that they interested in you and you follow all protocol by staying in touch etc. Then they decide to tell you the position has been filled and then you find out they reposted the job. Is there any bias here because they show interest in you and they tell you they filled the position and now it is... Read more »
Many say that it is a very tight job market. An employee's choice. The candidate they selected may have accepted a better offer or failed to show for their first day of work. Human Resources thought the position was filled and here they are. Or...Read more »
B (NY, died in 2017) left her estate in a 1961 will to two sisters; A (NY) and M (FL). The two sisters predeceased B. Beneficiaries to A's estate are her two children (NY & MA). Living beneficiaries to M's estate are her & B's brother, P (CA), and a niece, M (FL).
The answer will depend on what the will says. If the will has no "back up" people to receive the inheritance if the people listed as first choice have passed away, the inheritance will likely go to B's heirs by law. You should make an appointment with a probate attorney and have the...Read more »
Documents including operating templates created by myself all on my personal laptop not issued through the business. All budgets and analysis's have been created on my laptop. Are any of these documents legally my property considering I created it all from scratch on my laptop.
I filed a police report when he broke 2 of my car windows that night when I broke up with him. I told him that I wanted to return the car to him, since he gave me that car just a few months ago (he used to own that same car) and I told him that night of the incident. I didn't know what to do... Read more »
At this point, it may not be possible to avoid an arrest. But, if you do not want to move forward, you have no obligation to speak with the prosecutor or sign any paperwork. If you do that, a lawyer that knows what they are doing Will get the matter dismissed. Your friend should consult with an...Read more »
I am a Canadian citizen and stuck where I'm at during covid. In order to go back home to Canada, I must do 1 or 2 stops in the US. I am nervous I might have some problems traveling back to Canada but need to come back home in Canada to visit my doctor and refill my medicine. Back in the 1980s... Read more »
Then defendant filed appeal judge still denied appeal ! Now there’s something filed by court that says remitturr! There was no trial yet ! How can judge reduce award or verdict when there was no trial yet?????? We have not went to trial as of yet but the last entry by court was remitturr I... Read more »
I think you posted this question a few days ago. Remittitur is the process by which the Court reduces a jury's verdict. If your case never went to trial (either in front of a judge or a jury) then there would arguably be no verdict for the Court to reduce. Assuming you are representing...Read more »
I'm sorry your question remains open for two weeks. The format here is usually quick general questions, which is why it could be difficult to get a response to review a contract. You could use the "Find-a-Lawyer" tab above to reach out to attorneys or search independently online....Read more »
If you don’t have a family member or friend, you can appoint a lawyer, financial advisor or institution as your agent. If you wish them to exercise power only in the case of your disability, you should discuss a springing POA. If you have no POA and become disabled, a court will appoint a...Read more »
She may not get rid of your dog just for the excesssive barking, but your neighbor may have a private nuisance claim against you on the ground that your dog interfered with his right to quiet use and enjoyment of his property. Your neighbor has the burden of proof.
Living Trusts are not filed. You may do so if you choose, but most folks do not file (record) them but instead keep them private. Should you choose to record it, it is done as your local County Recorder's Office, where deeds are recorded.
Generally speaking, it is permitted to use a foreign word as part of your trademark. However, whether a trademark can legally be used depends on several factors including whether the trademark is not confusingly similar to another trademark that is in use for the same or related goods or services....Read more »
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