290.100. Any railway, mining, express, telegraph, manufacturing or other company or corporation doing business in this state, and desiring to reduce the wages of its employees, or any of them, shall give to the employees to be affected thereby thirty days' notice thereof. Such notice may be given...Read more »
I now live in Oklahoma. The business in is Missouri, where I lived when I worked there. I have asked for my information to be removed so I will stop getting daily calls and emails for her company. She refuses. It has been since Dec. 2018.
You didn't ask a question. If you want to know what you can do, my first answer would be to request the removal of your information. But you've already done that. Hire an attorney to write a letter demanding removal.
Given that you put $40,000 down and signed a contact and you stand to lose the entire huge sum, it would be a good idea to schedule and appointment with an attorney to review the lease and see if there might be some out for you. I hate lease-purchase deals because so often then end poorly.
I own the residence, and we have absolutely no written agreement whatsoever regarding his tenancy. I asked him to leave because of addiction issues and unpaid bills. He vacated the property and his family picked up his personal belongings, which I gave them without issue, even though he still owed... Read more »
I applied for a company in the union. They gave me a hard hat and glasses and told me what I needed to buy and for weeks I texted my supervisor who kept telling me “you should start work this week” for weeks.
The problem for you is that Missouri is an employment-at-will state. That means that had you been hired and started you could have still be terminated the next day simply because the employer changed its mind. For that reason, if you were to file suit you'd face a big obstacle in prevailing. I...Read more »
I work in Missouri but live part time in Kentucky. I was called for jury duty in Kentucky. I was told it's possible I could be exempt from jury duty, but I choose to attend. Does my employer have to give me the time off?
I had two ex friends get a restraining order against me in May 2018 but, got dismissed in July 2018. Now, I come to find out from mutual friends that since August 2018 to now that they have been telling lies and rumors about me that are not true to other mutual friends and keeping others from... Read more »
I'm not sure what you mean by a "cease and decist order." Unless you are a judge, you cannot issue a court order. Perhaps you meant to ask whether you should send a "letter" first. If so, that's usually a good idea.
Defamation cases in Missouri are generally not worth pursuing unless you...Read more »
It depends. Was the judgment issued through a Missouri court or a Kansas court? If it was a Kansas judgment, was the Missouri attorney counsel of record in the case? If it was a Kansas judgment, has it been registered here in Missouri? If it was a Missouri judgment, then a garnishment may be...Read more »
I am wanting to sell my house but my ex-fiancé who is also listed on the loan and title refuses to sell. I have tried to refinance the home solely in his name but he is completely unreliable and doesn't follow up to get the process going. I want to sell because the home is no longer safe to be in... Read more »
You are in tough spot. You could hire an attorney and file a partition action. But you don't have a right to get removed from the loan. The lender likely wouldn't have made the loan to only one of you and now would be foolish to release one of the two borrowers because doing so would increase...Read more »
They stopped them and another boy and were asking them all kinds of questions and accusing them of them of breaking into buildings and doing drugs. I was not notified nor was I present when the officers did this.
I black out. I have biploar disorder, anxiety, depression, add, ADHD. My boyfriend was just trying to help me and the cops arrested me and I was already in a blackout/mental breakdown. I hadnt been on my meds as my physcotrist died a month or so ago and that day I was going to get my medicine. I... Read more »
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