I have a question. If I agree to a lump sum settlement and told my lawyer to sign it instead of me signing it at a mediation but end up emailing my lawyer telling him I changed my mind two hours letter about the settlement. Do I have to settle for whatever amount was given to me or Is the contract... Read more »
This sounds odd. An attorney has no authority to simply sign a settlement for a client by virtue of being an attorney. With that being said, the settlement agreement if there is one, should be unenforceable.
But no living will or advance directive. They took him off sedation 3 days ago, and have called us to tell us he has lesions on his brain and that they “believe” he’s brain dead. But when asked the doctor cannot say for certain he sees brain damage. Today is Sunday 9/26. They want us to agree... Read more »
It depends on whether your father designated health care surrogate or proxy. If he did not, the law provides a pecking order of person to make decision on his behalf. The first on the order is court appointed person, followed by the spouse. If you have reason to believe that your step mother is not...Read more »
I'm married with a us citizen have a k1 visa I believe I need to apply for I 485 and I 765 but I plan to add I 131 for travel document can you please tell me the exact fee for all of them when seeding together with each fee separately of possible?
An attorney is required to communicate with clients, including giving the files back. Yet, in your case, you can get on the website of USPTO and see what have been done. You may be able to receive a copy there.
What is my next step if my ex fills out the Motion To Set Aside Default form? She is in default from my supplemental petition for modification for timeshare and child support. (I assume she would need to get a lawyer at that point and I will no longer be able to self litigate effectively. The judge... Read more »
A third party seller on amazon used the description "gorilla glass" in their own manufactured replicated glass screen protector which is the main reason I purchased the product because it claimed it was GORILLA GLASS as well as the military grade metal phone protective case. When iI... Read more »
We signed a contract for a pool in August 2020, it took months for the permit and they started digging 6 months ago. They have only worked 6-7 actual days on it. Tiling was supposed to be done 2 weeks ago and the contractor stopped responding to us a week ago. Can we sue him to finish? or can we... Read more »
My alleged husband faked out civil ceremony, the person marrying us pretended he did not have a pen my husband gave him an invisible pen, I signed my signature faded after a couple days, he then forged signed my signature on marriage certificate.
One of the grounds for annulment is that one of the spouses used fraudulent acts or misrepresentations to trick the other spouse into entering the marriage. It sounds that you were there and signed the paper there. If you want to prove that you were tricked or forced to enter the marriage, you need...Read more »
I want to separate for my safety and the safety of the child. If I do, do I lose the chance of getting my citizenship? The US Citizen spouse is abusive in many ways, I have police reports, pictures etc. I work for attorneys in Family Law, I am aware of how divorce and injunctions work. However, I... Read more »
If you get a divorce during this time, you will have to wait five years instead of three to file for citizenship. After five years, divorce does not affect your eligibility because eligibility does not depend on marriage. The USCIS will not automatically assume that divorce equals a false marriage.
I just went through a divorce and the judge granted my ex the home. She asked for the home so she could sell it to pay her student loans but never filed anything in court about how much these loans are or anything except she painted the house and put a fence up. Is there someway i can have this... Read more »
I signed a Restoration/Construction Services Proposal for them to come in and assess the interior damages and was told this obligated me in no way. They have not shown up for 3 appointments to give me roofing samples, yet they say they will sue if we don’t go with them.
If the proposal did not turn into a contract in anyway, you owe them no duty to perform, i.e, to hire them. Anyway, you need to read the proposal carefully or hire an attorney to review it to know for sure what your obligation is.
My question is, can my family member be release from detention when she claimed refugee/asylum? she was detained when she crossed the border. She was in the united states when she got picked up. After so many calls and transfer, I called the deportation office, someone told me that my family member... Read more »
I don't remember signing a workers compensation contract. And I didn't want to be under workers compensation. I got ran over by a garbage truck. One of the workers compensation clients must of came in and had me sign their contracts when I was at the hospital under the fluence when I was... Read more »
Florida law states that workers' compensation insurance is required when a business has four or more employees, either full- or part-time. ... Sole proprietors and partners are automatically excluded from workers' comp law, but they can purchase coverage by filing for election of coverage...Read more »
legally binding. When I did not receive a copy, I requested through the sender to provide the cert. They were unable to and couldn't find it. When I contacted Docusign to receive a copy, they informed me the contract was voided and that there was never a cert to provide. Even though I signed,... Read more »
You still have the trademark right because, if others use different font but the same words, on a similar product or service, consumers may be led to think that the product or service is from you, hence it will be trademark infringement.
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