I was stopped at Walmart for shoplifting, the police came and took my information and I was told this was a warning, if I did it again I wouldn’t be allowed back into the store and the cop walked me out of the store. That was March of 2022 and I haven’t gotten into any trouble since. On... View More
Multiple of other things wrong also. Can I sue or leave it alone? 2 months with no fridge or hot water with a 16 year old FEMALE MINOR living there. They said I was the cause for all the electrical problems.
I recently left a job where I was in a relationship with the person directly ahead of me in the workplace hierarchy. I’ve felt previously that my former boss was meddling in our relationship because in the past he’s admitted to doing exactly that. I didn’t get a chance before leaving to sign... View More
The Dr removed 12 cc of clear liquid, my leg did not hurt me it was a fluid pocket. I noticed he didn't use s swab but I thought maybe it was a new type of syringe. 2 days later I was in pain, and knee was huge. I called the Dr and he said, weekend go to the emergency room. I did and monday... View More
You have a potential medical malpractice case. The first issue is, did the doctor act below the standard of care. While this generally must be testified to by another doctor, it appears clear, here, that a shot without skin cleaning is below the standard of care. The next question that must be...View More
I was also illegally dispossessed & my contents were destroyed - $80 to 100k worth. This was done without my having gotten the 10-day-notice required by the Circuit Court's ejectment ruling. The ejectment ruling itself doesn't seem right, given that it was signed before the HUD... View More
My husband’s daughter age 15 was living with her mom in another state. Recently his daughter decided she wanted to move in with him. Suddenly daughter changed her mind and wanted to live with her aunt who lives in another state. His daughter has since moved into the Aunt’s house. (This is the... View More
child custody, gave me primary physical custody and dad was awarded visitation. short version, dad had summer visit and refuses to return children. I am being denied all contact with my children. dad and his wife both filed for separate protection orders against me in their state. when children... View More
In Alabama, if someone knowingly makes false statements about another person that injures their reputation, it might be grounds for a defamation lawsuit. Defamation can either be spoken (slander) or written (libel). If your ex-husband made false allegations against you to others or in paperwork,...View More
In Alabama, there is no direct statute that dictates how supervisors can communicate with employees outside of regular working hours. However, it's essential to consider the implications of such practices on one's work-life balance. If your employment agreement or company policies have...View More
Years ago I wrote a screenplay based on a self-published novel by a friend of mine, with her permission and minor collaboration. The lady has since passed away. Her heir says that the lady willed her copyrights to someone else but she does not know whom. Records still list the original author as... View More
It is not essential that you identify the current owner of the copyright in the novel, but if you desired to do so, the best resource would be the probate records for the novelist's estate and/or a copy of the will. Your screenplay is an original work of your own authorship, with the...View More
Long story short, my wife and I reached out to the owner of the vacant lots behind us back in march of 2021, looking to purchase them, ultimately leading to a dead end. Recently (June 2023) She reached back out to us to see if we would like to purchase the land for X Price.... View More
In situations involving alimony across multiple states, complexities arise. Generally, the state where the divorce was finalized, in this case, Colorado, retains jurisdiction over alimony matters. If you've since moved to Alabama, the process might involve transferring or recognizing the...View More
I am forming a non-profit as a student in Alabama. I live in Michigan and so I don't have an address here. We recruited a registered agent service to be compliant for the state, but we don't have a principal address in the state of Alabama. Could I use my home address?
In Alabama, nonprofit organizations are typically required to have a registered agent who has a physical address within the state. This registered agent is responsible for receiving legal documents and official notices on behalf of the nonprofit. However, the principal address of the nonprofit...View More
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