I had surgery on December 15th with the approval of my employer and while out healing I was called on January 28th and told I was let go because of my absenteeism. I have never received a ride up or a verbal warning prior to this surgery nor after this surgery about my attendance.
Tennessee is an at-will employment state, meaning that one can be fired at any time for almost any reason (subject to certain exceptions). Depending on the size of your employer and other relevant factors, you may have a cause of action for wrongful termination. But without knowing who you work for...Read more »
How can they charge him with the aggravated burglary when i was the one who let him come in thru my bedroom window and he never stole anything never damaged anything? What can i do to get these charges dropped or dropped down to misdemeanor
I had evicted person won eviction, then he had suit for breach of contract that was dismissed , then a general session civil suit for slander of tittle and won but judge couldn't release lien, said I had to go to circuit court. Defender still refuses to remove lien after judge told him it... Read more »
More information is needed to answer your question. But, generally, there are no "forms" in Circuit Court. You have to draft and file your own pleadings and motions. The Tennessee Supreme Court has some standard forms available on its website -- you may check there. But if you are trying...Read more »
Your question is unclear. Did he still have an active warrant? Regardless of the statute of limitations issue, or other related issues, he would be wise to hire an attorney asap to review the case and see what options your boyfriend has.
I have been unemployed due too not being able to afford child care and loosing my job 3 months ago. What do I need to prepare for court? He has helped with food and bills but has not spent time consistent time with our child or took on more responsibility when it comes to her custodial care as a... Read more »
An attorney would need much more info to answer a general question such as yours. Consider hiring an attorney, or, if you cannot afford one, there are associations such as legal aid that may be able to assist.
He is military and in another state was communicating with his daughter through me (grandmother) because she wouldn't answer her phone but was allowing me to see granddaughter as long as she watched us. The ex wife cut off all communication with me because of me letting granddaughter talk to... Read more »
Can they do that ? If you never was given a notice about the new owners never signed any lease agreement with the new owners , and the only reason I stopped paying my recent landlord is because no one was coming to fix maintenance issues in my apartment, the constant bugs and mold and water coming... Read more »
Consider consulting a local attorney to address your issues. But generally, a landlord can sell their property and assign the tenants' leases/contracts to the new owner. This is called an "assignment." You should also look to the terms of your lease to see how the contract addresses...Read more »
Use the search function on this website, or any other website, to find an attorney local to you. I would recommend you interview as many attorneys as you need to determine who may best be able to serve you and your needs.
Back in 2015 my mom gave her church a big check of my guess $5000 or more from my dad's investment from his job in sales. He was a hard worker. She expected her church to help me out after she died. They never helped me at all.
I even filed a complaint with the IRS and made anonymous... Read more »
Based on your limited facts, its hard to see any potential claim. Seems like the money may have been a gift, in which case there would be no claim. But also, even assuming you were a third-party beneficiary to a contract; it may be hard to pursue any claim for breach of contract based on the...Read more »
Can you sue them? Sure. You can pretty much sue anyone for anything these days. But you need to be careful for many reasons. Can you win? That's the question. Consult a local attorney to discuss the facts and issues related to the accident to determine whether you have any options.
Generally, property acquired during marriage is marital property. You each have equal rights to the property. Under this circumstance, seems that the kayaks are equally hers - so it wouldn't be theft. However, when you file for divorce, there's an automatic injunction that goes into place...Read more »
Need more facts for a full answer; but sexual battery at the least; maybe rape. See TCA 39-13-503. It could be worse if there are any aggravating factors. It's usually a good idea that the accused doesn't speak with law enforcement. An accused has the right to remain silent and the right...Read more »
You could call the non-emergency police/sheriff line in that county - they may consider it theft and go arrest the employee; although the property may be held for evidence reasons. You could go to the courthouse and swear out your own charges against the employee. Or you could go the civil route...Read more »
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