I live less than 2 blocks away from work and my boss is telling me to drive my car to let customers know the restaurant is open. I don't use my car for anything else while I'm at work and I've explained to him that my car is on its last leg. So driving it isn't an option. But he... Read more »
Tell him that a Tesla Plaid would not only show the restaurant is open but attract top paying customers. Given how little he pays you, he should buy you a Tesla Plaid to drive to work every day. That would up the quality of his clientele and pay for the Plaid within a few weeks.
My husband and I are separated (not divorced), living apart. He bought me out of my share of the equity in our house. He is still living in the house. I am renting another property. Do I have to pay taxes on that amount at the end of the year?
In Saint Anthony, Idaho I had my city water, garbage, and sewer services stopped/ disconnected mid august for non payment. When it was shut off they left a tag on my door that said that I owed $190 and that I had to pay it to get everything going again. Then mid September I had the money to pay it... Read more »
Why is the courts making me give mandatory random UA's at my expense while out on bail ? I missed a couple appointments, once because I didn't have the money to pay and the other time I was on the job and to far to make it there on time. All the UA's that I did take were clean , no... Read more »
Our child just started a full-time job and lives 187 miles away from the non-custodial parent, who has every other weekend and every other holiday visitation. The non-custodial parent is requiring the child's employer to follow the court order visitation. Does the employer have to follow this... Read more »
No private party may require a non-party to do anything. If you believe the father is requiring a non-party to obey your Decree of Divorce, then please disabuse yourself of this belief. This also has nothing to do with how far your child lives from the father. The ONLY considerations you should...Read more »
A Utah attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Until you're able to consult with a local attorney for state-specific law, the short answer in most places is that it's up to the carrier. For minor or moderate damages, they could go by estimates of a body...Read more »
As a litigator, what I constantly have to remind myself is that judges don't care how good my argument is to give my client custody, or how persuasive I am about the good things my client is doing etc., if it's not in the child's best interests. This is thE ONLY factor that the...Read more »
We have a contingency that says, "The sale is contingent upon the seller entering into a contract to purchase a replacement property within 15 calendar days." This was on 10/31/22. Our agent is now saying we must terminate and pay 3% to seller and 3% to buyer. However, isn't this why... Read more »
Your agent appears to be relying on a listing agreement that calls for her to be paid her commission even if the buyer she found is precluded from closing due to the contingency in the purchase contract. So there are two different contracts at issue. One is the "listing agreement" with...Read more »
He gave her Power of Attorney and made her the Executor of his will. We believe he's being coerced for her own benefit Can we get the courts involved and force her into Guardianship & Conservatorship so we can get some kind of transparency and accountability.
My sister is a full-time mom, she homeschools their son, does house cleaning for others, and is expected by her husband to have the house cleaned and food on the table by the time he gets him. Right now through, my sister is trying to divorce him because he is emotionally and psychologically... Read more »
The husband is guilty of manipulation and severe, emotional abuse of your sister and (probably) their son. Idaho, like most other states can give your sister a divorce for FAULT reasons, not just "irreconcilable differences" which is "no fault." IN a divorce, if your sister,...Read more »
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