As the holder of a vendor's license, you are required by law to file returns even if no sales occur and no taxes are owed. If you have failed to do so, it's likely you are looking at fines, not taxes. You should review the document you received with an attorney.
Our landlord refuses payment from any outside source or legal aides of any kind. And they charge us $700 in eviction “costs” even if we don’t go to court at all if we don’t pay it before the 5th of the month. Is this legal? And what are my options since I have no money to pay for July and... Read more »
If your local court is not enforcing the eviction moratorium, or if the moratorium expires on June 30 as currently scheduled, then if you cannot work it out with the landlord so you can stay, then the landlord can file an eviction, and you will be evicted. But that process takes about 3 or 4...Read more »
For said car down payment my credit is horrible so we did it in her name. She decided to move to another state on an optional relocation at her job i did not follow. My name is not on the car. Ive got no access to a car now am i able to recoupe any money legally?
You could sue her for the money in the local court where she lives now. But she could claim it was a gift. If nothing is in writing, it would be her word against yours. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local attorney where she now lives who can review the situation and advise you.
You can file a judgment lien against his house and property, and then attach or foreclose against those. You'll need an attorney to do that. Contact the attorney who handled your case. Or you could contact a collection agency. Or use use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain an attorney who does...Read more »
She is a minor. If an uninsured minor has an accident, the parent could be financially responsible or found negligent if she injures someone. A car won't start without a battery, and won't go anywhere if none of the tires has air. Talk to a school counselor who might have suggestions...Read more »
I am currently working as a receptionist and I gross $24,000 annually. My boss told me I was salary exempt but I don't believe my compensation or job description qualify me for this. I'm working 60+ hour weeks and would like to know if I'm being taken advantage of. I am also having... Read more »
In order to be properly classified as an exempt employee, your employer must prove that you meet both a "salary basis" test and a "duties" test. As part of the salary basis test, employees must be paid at least $684.00 per week in order to be paid on a salary basis. Based on...Read more »
I'm at my wits end. He won't listen to me or his dad. He has been truant from school most of the past school year. He has run away and continues to threaten to run away even after the cops found and brought him home. What do I do?
Its actually 2 in ten years and 3 in 20 years is what the person has. The court is trying to drop it to an unclassified misdemeanor 1 and I don't see how that is even possible considering the indictment was signed by a grand jury for the Felony 4 ovi. You can't just change something... Read more »
They can and do amend charges all the time. It seems like an odd mistake to make owing to how simple it is to count years and convictions, but the mistake was made and so it has to be corrected. There's no violation of civil rights. The defendant gets a huge benefit here, why would he not want...Read more »
I bought the home I've lived in and rented for the last 4 years. The landlord never had to fix anything and always praised us for keeping the house so nice. The house was even appraised at more than she bought it for because we've kept it so nice the last 4 years and did a little work... Read more »
Before this I was on probation and broke it for getting a DUI and went to jail for one year then got on probation again this time and for the first time broke it by testing positive for alcohol and then got in the accident the next day in geauga county
You are subject to the same maximum penalties as you were for the original charge. Every time you violate probation the punishment typically increases. What should you do? Hire an attorney to get you the best possible resolution. Don't expect a miracle with these facts however.
There is not typically a form to complete. The statute describing the process is at Section 2107.07 of the Ohio Revised Code. That being said, I don't practice in Morrow County and they may have something for you to complete. Your best option is to call the probate court and ask. The...Read more »
I really depends why she doesn't want to see if. If he is abusive, you can file a private custody action seeking to keep her away from him. If she's just 12 and being difficult, you may have to tell her the visitation schedule in the visitation schedule and it isn't optional anymore...Read more »
I quit due to commute issues and other personal reasons and I checked the company payroll app to see how much I’m supposed to get paid but it only says I get paid for one day. Is this correct or should I get in contact with the payroll manager?
Hello, more information is needed here. The company is required to pay you at least the minimum wage for all hours you worked and and time and a half of our hourly wage if you were paid hourly for all hours worked above 40 in a workweek. I would wait to see how much you are paid and then reach out...Read more »
I was under contract on a property set to close on 6/14/21. As the buyer, I fulfilled all requirements per the contract. My down-payment and closing fees were wired and waiting at title office. When I arrived at the title office for closing I was informed by my realtor that the seller did not sign... Read more »
You could sue seller and ask the court to order the closing to proceed. But that could take months. Talk to the real estate agents. Perhaps the issue with 2nd mortgage can be quickly resolved. If not, use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local real estate attorney.
If my landlord files an eviction because I didn’t leave upon the end of my lease, if I move out before the eviction process is done, what happens? Will the court continue the eviction ruling and evict me or add it on my credit report ?
The court and landlord could proceed with the eviction to legally terminate your tenancy. The landlord could make an adverse entry on your credit record, but the court does not do that. Try to work it out with landlord to avoid that and to get the eviction dismissed, although it will still show...Read more »
My 12yrs daughter ran away from home in Ohio. She stole 120K dollars from my PayPal, she is in a different state. We have no idea where she is. If she comes back, which charges can I push against her? And how long is the statute of limitation before we can no longer push charges?
Long story short, sentenced to e yrs probation for 2 counts of cocaine possession. this August will be two years from time of conviction. Really done well in probation, stayed clean, working, etc. Interstate compact to ohio, if that matters. It's looking like here in ohio I might he able to... Read more »
If you're on probation, then you have already pled to the charges. Unless this was some deal as part of a diversion program that is. If it's actual probation and you pled to the charges, then no, you can't get a dismissal or reduction at this point.
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