broke her arm while at school on the play ground i was notified via phone by the principle that my daughter fell off the monkey bar and hurt herself that ice packs were given and she back in class however my baby sitters husband picked my daughter from school today and noticed my daughter in alot... Read more »
I'm sorry to hear about your child's misfortunate. I will say I have litigated these kind of cases against schools. You would think they would do the right thing, but they rarely do. I have litigated death claims against the LAUSD and in my experience the LAUSD and their attorneys have no...Read more »
I travel 8 days per month, but they are always a different 8 days. I don't want to lose any of my 15 days with my kids. Will a judge allow us to develop a schedule on a month to month basis that accommodates this as long as it is perceived as fair to the other parent? I'm not a pilot, but what... Read more »
Although family law courtrooms are very crowded, especially this time of year, Judges for the most part do strive to create workable schedules for working people with minor children. You're right that you need to keep working and supporting your children and you should not miss out because of your...Read more »
So I answered this question quite extensively. I told you what to do and how to do it. If you want to give me a call or an email, please do. I'm very good at these hearings. I know the law on Unemployment and most attorneys do not.
Look at the answers that were already posted regarding...Read more »
i signed a 10 yr lease to rent the property, and am constantly living in fear that me and my children are going to be put out. i have never been late paying my rent in the 6 yrs that we have lived here. they continue to harass me and are constantly threatening me to take my rental assistance and to... Read more »
This is California so you can sue anybody for anything. I think your question is really, "If I sue the sheriff, will I win?" And the answer is probably not. What you're asking is really a liability question, or fault. Whether the sheriff dept is liable because he, the ex, kept getting out of...Read more »
How do you know the statements are false or misleading? What is your proof that the statements are false or misleading? Are you a party to the child custody case? Or are you simply someone who knows the truth? There are too many uncertainties in your question. Filing documents with the supreme...Read more »
The term of this agreement is for 1 year, beginning on 3/9/16 and ending on 3/9/17, at which time the lease shall terminate without further notice. Any holding thereafter shall result in resident being liable to owner/agent for all rental damages equal to the current market value of the unit... Read more »
So your agreement is the same as California law, 30 days' notice if less than 1 year, 60 days' notice of 1 year or more. Since it is 2018, you have been there for more than 1 year. So that's the answer.
If you're moving in December first, give written notice to him by October 1,...Read more »
I married in '04, I just was informed he filed for divorce as me being the divorcee against his. I wasn't notified or no signature(s) required from me by the courts. After receiving lNS approval in '05. As we continue to moving forward living our lives happily married til his own infidelity... Read more »
So I'm not clear if you are saying that he filed the divorce without knowledge and got a judgment already or just filed the divorce. When a divorce is filed, the papers must be personally served by an independent person, a non party to the divorce, and cannot be served by mail or Fed Ex, etc. So...Read more »
My old attorney included the amount for daycare in the $559 monthly CS amount. But when our son entered kindergarten and no longer required daycare, my ex and I agreed to the amount of 350, which does not include daycare fees. Now she's opened up a cs case and the LCSA is claiming I'm in arrears.... Read more »
Unfortunately, the court order still says what it says and CSS will enforce it until you change it. You can voluntarily agree and submit it to the judge or to the CSS if you both go in person and sign a stipulation, but without that agreement in writing or in person, you need to file a request for...Read more »
So I have done a lot of divorce cases all across SoCal and I know all of the judges in San Bernardino well.I have been in all their courtrooms many times and I know that they would not proceed without a proof of service. However, I can tell you a few pointers and things I would tell a client if you...Read more »
No, you are not liable unless called as a witness and lie or if questioned by certain law enforcement agencies and lie, like the FBI. As along as you are not participating. Restraining orders generally say that the restrained person will not have anyone act on their behalf. So be certain there's...Read more »
I been with this company for a little over a year , they were accommodating when I told them I needed to take a paternity leave. It’s been over a month now since I told them in person and on phone that I was ready, but they keep putting it off, and keep saying they put me in the schedule next week.
So it sounds like they are not going to hire you back, but since you posted this I do not know if they have called you as I see it has been several weeks. If yes, then great for you and maybe others with similar questions can benefit. If no, then I can tell you I had a recent case of a father...Read more »
So the law on return from pregnancy depends on a number of factors. If you came to office I would ask things like how many people work there - very important as to which laws apply. If its 3 people, then no. If it's 50 or more, then maybe yes. Understand that the law has many rules but even more...Read more »
Based on your question, I am hoping you mean an EDD Unemployment Appeal, which if I'm correct you got a letter stating that under Unemployment Insurance Code 1256 you are disqualified and must now work another quarter and earn a certain amount before you can reapply. If I'm correct, then you...Read more »
I was never charged. The Board of Nursing asks directly if applicants were convicted of any crimes, which I wasn't. They also require a finger LiveScan, which will show an arrest. I've read not to disclose things that look bad that are unnecessary. I've also read that they could potentially claim I... Read more »
In California, you must disclose. Don't take a risk or you will likely be prevented from obtaining your license. You're correct that an arrest is not admissible evidence of any wrongdoing, only a conviction, and generally there are factors in the courtroom of even admitting a conviction, namely,...Read more »
They said all I can do is get a restraining order. Is there anything else I can do? He has a current restraining order from last girlfriend and two felonies that were not related to domestic abuse but still..
So I need information to answer you to any degree of certainty. You say you were stopped. Were you walking, driving, or what? Rules are different for different modes of travel. Was it daytime, nighttime, what? Were you the city, small town, driving on interstate? Need more information. For...Read more »
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