Generally what I've heard is that any recording that's been taken without a person's permission can't be used in court, but if hypothetically I was being abused by a blackout drunk who never remembers the abuse, I can't get evidence without recording it... What if I hit them out of retaliation... Read more »
My wife and i got married for almost 11 months in Indiana south bend. But before that my step father filed for my adoption and i just got recieved my birth certificate last week now the thing is i want to change my marriage certificate last name.
You should have asked that your marriage license, and the resulting marriage certificate gave your adoptive last name. It's probably too late to change the marriage certificate; but ask the county clerk who issued the marriage license if it can be done.
Whether or not you consent to your child moving out, you are still responsible for the child until he or she reaches the age of 18. Whether or not the child is adopted or your biological child makes no difference.
I have a work vehicle that had to be taken into a mechanic because it wouldn't start. The mechanic told me he's warned the owner on countless times because the airbags are broken and won't deploy. The alignment is messed up, the vehicle is too heavy for the small tires that's on it. This is the... Read more »
You would have a case were you to be injured by the vehicle which your employer knows to be dangerous. But the workers' compensation remedies are limited and exclusive. I suggest you quit and get another job.
Your question would make sense were the assets in question real property. In such a case, it sounds like a life estate to the surviving spouse, and the remainder to the four children. But your use of the words "proceeds" and "funds" suggests that you are asking about money received upon the sale...Read more »
My cousin D is under 16 his mom passed and his dad passed some years ago. So he’s an orphan. His mom remarried and D lived with his mom an stepdad. Would my cousin D get a survivors benefit or something similar to that? My dad mentioned this to me but I don’t remember the specific name. If my... Read more »
If usps drops of a bunch of mail and its up to security with no mail certification to sort mail and throw out “junk” mail which is up to discretion of the officer, then what crime is commited. Im looking for any reference to a statute in florida law. Also any reference to the possibility of... Read more »
Presumably residents have agreed that junk mail be discarded by security. If so, it would not be a crime to do so (and in any event it would be a federal matter; you will not find Florida state statutory law on the subject). Assuming that, you can be fired for refusing to do your job as assigned.
I don't want to get a court date and fight the summons. I lost my job and couldn't afford my payments for a couple months, I just recently found employment again but received a child support summons. There is no court date yet. I just want to agree to the statements made against me and pay my part... Read more »
Recently our Homeowners Association had an annual meeting where the management company told the current board that they don't have to be present at the annual meeting. Management send out a "notice of intent to be a candidate form" to all homeowners and received 5 candidates that wanted to run for... Read more »
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