I was prescribed klonapin over a month ago. Picking up the script was a struggle both times (I only filled it once). They treated me like an addict each time. Now my doctor has called in a script for Xanax as the Klonapin does NOTHING FOR ME. Rite aid refuses to fill my Xanax script unless I... Read more »
Rite Aid did not slander you. Slander (and libel) is about making a private fact public. They declined to fill a prescription. Contact your doctor, and if necessary, switch your prescriptions to a different pharmacy.
Boyfriend was charged with assault to great bodily harm Less then death or strangulation. 2 count of domestic violence, and interfering with communication causing harm or death. I don’t want him to go to prison. I don’t want to go to jail if or when I get subpoenaed for not testifying against... Read more »
Two and a half years ago, I was expelled from a university for stalking a female student. I did not fight it, I simply confessed to doing it. However, no criminal charges were made against me, just the expulsion. Now, I need to get a job which asks about disciplinary action in college. So I want to... Read more »
Background checks serve two purposes: 1) obviously to find disqualifying history, and 2) to help establish your character for truthfulness. Many people forget that second part. You may have heard the saying "it's not the crime, it's the coverup"; same thing applies to background...Read more »
I work in Wayne County, MI; one of the hardest hit counties in Michigan with COVID-19, back in March my Manager and all my co-workers took a leave of absense do to the Pandemic. My stores a retail store and deemed a non essential business. My main manager said that the companies owner has let me go... Read more »
You will need to appeal the UIA's decision. What likely happened is that your employer reported to UIA that you were fired for misconduct or something like that, which would make you ineligible for unemployment. That agency can appoint a representative for you if you wish or you can retain an...Read more »
My 3 year old daughter that stays with me by ourselves. Her mother is currently homeless and has been house hoping with ppl since ‘16,I was told to file a motion but that seems too long of process and too much for something that I feel is a no brainer. The mother said she understands that I need... Read more »
First things, first...the Friend of the Court does not change custody or make orders; that is what judges do. If the mother is cooperative, it doesn't need to be a long process, but it is a process all the same.
I have been given Letters of Administration for my mother's estate in Florida. She has a safe box located in Michigan. In order to access the box, the bank said these Letters of Administration need to be stamped and filed in in the county it is located or Letters of Authority need to be given... Read more »
That won't work. You went to trial, I'm presuming; the court almost certainly had jurisdiction as you were found guilty of committing a felony in that county. The answer to what you can do now depends on what you have done already. Most likely, you can file a "6500 motion" -...Read more »
Likely no. Our no-fault system makes your insurance company responsible for your medical bills. About the only way to get outside of the no-fault system and sue the other driver is if you suffered a serious impairment to a bodily function (e.g. paralysis, amputation, etc.). Back pain, usually,...Read more »
He has his green card. And he says he wants to sign birth certificate but people at work told him if he does he will have to pay child support because I get help from state (EBT). He gives me $ when I need it and even when I dont need it he will give me $200 every two weeks. We're afraid if... Read more »
Psilocybin (aka mushrooms) is considered a Schedule 1 controlled substance and so is illegal. There is no religious exception. If you are caught, you could be criminally charged with use or possession of a controlled substance.
This is a established restaurant and the tenants removed all the assets/ equipment out and are trying to start a Marijuana grow room To my knowledge which I have verbally told them they were not allowed to, nor does the township allow . I told them On April 17th, 2020 to put back all the... Read more »
You can evict tenants without a written lease, however I'm not sure how you'll go about showing lost equipment / assets if they weren't written down. You could establish a rent amount by showing bank statements / proof of payment. Otherwise, you'll have a tough time showing what the rent is.
At one point this person was going to be living with me, so he is running a background check. He does have a history from 2004 when he was "young and dumb"....can my landlord tell me he can no longer visit?
Visit, no...unless there is some sort of court order. The landlord can certainly restrict you from having roommates. A good lease will detail what constitutes a visitor and a roommate (e.g. visitors cannot stay more than 3 consecutive overnights within a two week period). As you have previously...Read more »
I informed my apartment management that I was moving At the end of my lease. I was looking at homes prior to the “Shelter in Place” by the Governor. Now I don’t think it’s safe to look or move but I don’t wanna sign a new lease.
Yes. You would become a month-to-month tenant, and many apartment complexes charge more for that. The reason being that you can then leave with 30 days notice and not be liable for any remaining lease payments.
Possibly. Is your boyfriend sentenced? If not, then he should have an assigned attorney if he didn't already retain a lawyer. You could call the federal defenders office for the Eastern District to see. If he has an attorney, that attorney must file (if there are legal grounds to do so)....Read more »
Depends. Who was the next of kin? If no one stepped forward to handle the affairs, then it's possible the nursing home did the right thing. The nursing home has no obligation to follow the terms of the will.
What matters is whether they have a valid judgment. Judgments may be renewed every 10 years. I would assume they did that and now that they've found you again, they can collect. You could look into filing a motion for installment payments with the court.
I don’t think I should be forced because I’m not sick I don’t have to be tested when I go to work and to me it’s a forcible action to be able to track you and follow your whereabouts in quarantine you you don’t think that’s a overreach of government
Likely yes. The medical professional could refuse services if you don't, unless it's an emergency situation. I'm not sure what benefit you'd receive by refusing. The procedure you receive could be compromised because the doctor doesn't have a complete picture of what is going on.
A know Mechanic has incompleted the repair on my vehicle with engine light on running rough, squealing belt price ouges on invoice, discovered both (2) men are not licensed or certified, damed auto body from some type of accident and more than once. This mechanic had my vehicle for a month and 11... Read more »
Yes, you should be able to do so. Complete the appropriate court form and send it in for signature along with the filing fee and return envelope. I would suggest calling the clerk's office there to verify before sending anything.
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