Q: What lawyer would I need if iv been denied for my invoice by fiduciary of ex employer due to lack of detailed services?
Denied my 1509hrs of 24hr in home care giving for my ex employer sum of $24,304.00 invoiced to the fiduciary. And denied due to (if is discrimination ) for I am now relationship with ex employers daughter that the fiduciary is now suing and is malicious and only acts through Ill will and now denies me my wedges after invoiced. Since I received my response I have emailed only two weeks after response the detailed long description of my services provided for my ex employer.his daughter who lived as a resident too had also sent a email describing in detail my service details.
That would initiate a pay out action for me then rite ?
Well they ignored me till nearing end of probate and I sent a creditors claim with ten exhibits of evidence showing so and also filed a complaint with the programs and investigations unit and proved everything needed. The thing is the judge is in cahoots with the fiduciary to see her to success in the estate probate case. The outcome was no further action ???
A: An Arizona attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. What kind of lawyer do you need? Of the categories you chose, an employment attorney might be a logical starting point. The other two categories you posted under, Employment Discrimination and Personal Injury, do not appear significant. An employment attorney should be able to sort out what is at the heart of your not being paid, and if need be, they could probably consult with a civil litigation attorney if the lawsuit you mention is outside their scope of work. And they could probably consult with a probate attorney if necessary for the estate-related matters. Good luck
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