Every once in awhile she contacts me. "How's my kid"? She occassionally threatens to come get her. I need to file emergency custody but she refuses to tell me where she lives. I told her I would have her served at work. She said dhe doesn't work there anymore (got fired)... View More
In this type of case we use her last address or serve her by publication. I think it would be best to seek the emergency temporary custody and seek either a dependency case or an unfitness custody case. Please feel free to call at 440-213-3184 should you have further questions.
my ex husband and I had a business loan in both of our names. When we got a dissolution of marriage, the decree ordered that we pay 50% each. I paid my half off and he has stopped making payments. What can I do?
I drive for uber and uber use third party background check company called chekr . checkr provided wrong and inaccurate information about me to uber then uber suspend my driving privilege. is it possible i held uber and checker liable for their neglect and what is my chances to bring them to... View More
If Chekr is considered a consumer reporting agency it has obligations under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) to have reasonable procedures in place to assure maximum possible accuracy of the information reported. Simply put, it should have algorithms or other "If then" formulas in...View More
I was supposed to start my new job almost three weeks ago. I signed all the new hire paperwork and was given a start date. The only thing I was waiting for was my background check. The background check used by this company is a third party, they don't do them in house. So, when I finally got... View More
This is a very common problem that has plagued job applicants nationwide for years. In fact, I have represented individuals like you across the country (it happens everywhere.) You do have rights! In fact, you have rights which may have been violated by the employer and the background reporting...View More
I live in California. I work in accounting. I landed a new position, gave notice and quit the old job. The new company was lackadaisical in the hiring process. They ran my background report right away, didnt drug test me and on the day I started ran my credit and pulled the offer. I am now jobless.... View More
Do you think the employer terminated you because of your credit report? If the employer used the credit report to fire you, it should have first provided you with a copy of your report PLUS a written statement of your consumer rights (a document which tells you how to contact the reporting company...View More
I had an interview with an insurance company which went extremely well, and I was immediately offered a position. I went back in to fill out paperwork, and I was asked if I had ever been convicted of a felony. I was honest and said yes. Eleven years ago I was convicted of class c possession. No... View More
An employer may use a background report to assist it in making employment decisions. HOWEVER, since background reports or background "checks" are considered consumer reports under the Federal Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), employers must follow specific rules when not only using the...View More
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