CAN JUDGES LEGALY TURN A BLIND EYE TO FELONIES ?ARE ORDER ME TO NOT SPEAK ?FOR FOUR YEARS?
IGNORING THE STATUES AND RULINGS OF THE FL.SUPREME COURT LASSITER co V TAYLOR 99/819 COLLECTING A DEBT WHEN USURY? 2 BOILER PLATE POINTS ? ARE EVEN OPENING A CASE WHEN I HAVE THE ORIGINAL NOTE /DEED
answered on Jul 17, 2021
Your question seems to be case specific. You should definitely hire an attorney to comb through the facts.
It is a trust, my estranged sister is trustee. I have worked at 3 different places. This year. I can't hold job
answered on Jan 13, 2021
This forum is for questions of a general nature. Your question "what to do" solicits advice regarding your particular situation. No attorney can give you advice about what to do without reviewing the trust and also asking a lot of questions about your particular circumstances. You need... Read more »
I live in Florida and drive for UberEats. Sometimes people approach my vehicle to pickup deliveries, but they never get in. I bought it as a precaution because I’ve had a couple near-miss collisions and issues with people harassing me when I deliver in low income areas.
answered on Aug 22, 2020
The law to which refer requires you to notify other parties to a conversation that you are recording it. So it should work, assuming that you make sure the sign is clearly visible.
I have him after not seeing him for 3 weeks because his dad wouldn’t allow me to get him and now I’ve only had him for 2 days and he is demanding that I bring him back home . When I said no he said he has primary custody of him and if I didn’t bring him back that he would have me put in jail.... Read more »
answered on Sep 4, 2019
You should have a parenting plan which defines your time and his time. He cannot block you from having your time. If he does then you need to go to court and tell the judge. There is no "primary custody." The child is shared and you are entitled to your time per the court ordered parenting plan.
My older sister has a history of psychopathlogal lying, stealing, and drug abuse. But she had paid for my dog medical expenses in the past but is there a way from keeping her away from my dog?
She claims she hasn't changed her address, so how are the kids enrolled in a school, that she won't tell me where or what the names of schools are. We also had an open case with child services, and claims when she told them she left, they just closed the case. Does this sound legal&... Read more »
answered on Feb 22, 2018
You can file for divorce where you live. Once she is served you can ask the court to order her to return the kids to where you live. The longer she is away and establishing the children in a new city, the more difficult it will be for you.
The sign shop owner is a of a do-it-yourself sign studio. Nothing proprietary or really unique was "taught" in the class. We applied stain to wood with a brush, then dabbed paint on to make lettering, just like what it seen in literally hundreds of videos online. Their terms and... Read more »
answered on Feb 1, 2018
Short answer, I don't think so, but it doesn't mean that the sign shop owner cannot try. Typically agreements like you describe are apart of an employment agreement and are referred to as a non compete agreement.
I suggest that a consult with an attorney in your area may be... Read more »
answered on Oct 31, 2014
I would have to look it up in the law library if it was a reported case to be able to answer your question.
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