Back. In those ten years , my ex took house and business with his now wife. By way of fraud. He got married while we where still married . i would like to see what i need to do to end this. I would like to be heard. Is that possible.
You should contact a lawyer who is a Certified Family Law attorney. There are many throughout Southern California. I recommend you locate a female attorney who is a Certified Family Law practitioner. I know a very good one whose office is located in Upland, California. I can't tell you her...Read more »
I think you answered your own question. If you believe you are being discriminated against because of race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, sex, gender, gender identity, gender...Read more »
You question is ambiguous, because I don't understand what you mean by "body search". If that means to search you for contraband, such as items the shelter's rules may prohibit you from bringing into the shelter, then the answer is yes, you can be searched for prohibited items...Read more »
in 2011 the county department of children's services in Los Angeles listed my name on the caci and deprive me of a hearing in the dependency children's Court to defend myself against the allegations that the department accuse me of and I wasn't even a party to the case it was my... Read more »
There is a recent case involving a lawyer who had the same thing happen to him. You need to contact a good civil rights lawyer who can take on this fight on your behalf. There are so many great civil rights lawyers and law firms in the Los Angeles area more than capable of handling this kind of...Read more »
I am unable to get unmonitored cellular,cable or DSL service. My electronic communications and photos are censored and even my web hosting and DNS service is "reprovisioned" and redirected. I'm refused paramedic treatment and treatment at my regional trauma center. (I was called a... Read more »
You need to contact a good civil rights attorney immediately. If this has been happening for such a long period of time, you will have to explain why you have not taken this step long ago. It just may be that the statute of limitations, which sets out the time within you must act on your own...Read more »
My girlfriend wants to get a job as delivery driver with the company I work for. My boss said, "HR just told me that our auto insurance will not cover your girl because she is pregnant. So driving wouldn't even be an option,..." Is this even legal?
I want to take this opportunity to supplement Mr. Pedersen's response for two reasons. First, because you are asking the question and not your girlfriend. I am always reluctant to give advice to someone who will obviously have to transmit the advice to someone else. We have no way of knowing...Read more »
Never did I received a notice from my employer about my termination. All I got was a phone call from HR telling me that unfortunately they were letting me go. I worked there for 10 years, when covid 19 started I was was only working one or two days a week. On April 29 I got a message from HR saying... Read more »
I advise you to contact a lawyer with experience in wrongful discharge law and who knows how to handle discrimination cases. You also have a right to file your claim for unlawful discrimination with the Federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the state of California's...Read more »
I paid in full cash in March and it was supposed to be picked up my mid March but then everything closed, they now want me to pick it up but prom is over and I was supposed to receive it months ago. How do I get my refund.
If they refuse to give you a refund even considering you were never able to use the dress and they failed to deliver when it was due, it seems you have at least two choices available to you. 1. Take possession of the dress to use at a later date, or so you can sell it to someone who can later make...Read more »
in riverside they are claiming listening devices and spiritual eyes from a certain church that they can see in my home and they have probable cause to watch,as well they are monitoring my bank and finances and they left drugs in my home i reported this to police by giving them the bag of meth...i... Read more »
More information is needed in order to respond to your inquiry. Any lawyer would need the full context of what you are talking about. The few details you have provided are insufficient to permit me to offer any kind of reasonable advice. Prepare a full chronology of the events starting at the...Read more »
I received an email from Red lobster saying that a patron has filed a complaint with the Los Angeles Superior Court. In the complaint, the patron has asked for judgment against Red Lobster, the general manager, and myself for negligence, the Unrue act, and intentional infliction of emotional... Read more »
You should not hesitate to let Red Lobster have their attorneys represent you. As an employee who was working within the scope of your employment, they have a duty to provide you with a defense. You can bet they will have a good law firm retained for that purpose. You can start by preparing a...Read more »
I have been applying for other jobs for months and have been unsuccessful landing any. I can’t handle another week at this current job and want out. I know if I quit I don’t qualify for unemployment to get me by until I do find a new job. The employer won’t lose any money if I don’t show up... Read more »
I only want to make a clarification to what Mr. Pedersen has advised you. Misconduct by itself is not enough to disqualify you from receiving unemployment benefits. Only intentional misconduct will do that. Simple negligence is not enough.
Your problem is you want your cake and to eat it...Read more »
You can legally protest, but if you intend to go anywhere to do so, be sure to advise your parents where you are going and with what you intend to get involved. It is always better to show a level of maturity, and in many, if not most, families, it can be helpful to discuss your feelings either...Read more »
The search warrant must state the address of the property to be searched with specificity. No judge should approve any warrant that allows for a blanket search of a large ranch except in language which clearly states what is to be searched. It would also depend on the nature of the criminal...Read more »
opposing counsel in my civil case obtained info in violation of the confidentiality medical act from defense attorney in my on going workmans comp case.howw do I go about holding someone accountable for this? and who which defense attorney?what claim?
You need to share this with both of your attorneys and ask them for advice on what to do. This is not the appropriate place to go shopping for different opinions, since both of those lawyers are duty bound to represent your interests to the best of their abilities. I can tell you that if I were...Read more »
All of a sudden The shelter island that started requiring that all my belongings and my persons be searched by one of their security guards before entering the premises this is my legal residence address on my ID and I have to be searched before I come home that doesn't seem legal to me and... Read more »
I don't think think so. You are a guest of the property owner, who can set whatever limits they want on those persons they allow to reside on their property. You say it is a shelter. So the owners apparently want to assure themselves that no guests can bring any kind of contraband onto their...Read more »
Newspapers regularly decide which letters to publish. Your comments are no different than a letter to the editor. They don't have to print every letter they get, and the same goes for the comments to their articles online. The editors always have the last say on what gets published, even in...Read more »
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