I’m on a single case agreement and I do not want to continue php care. I worry that that covered expenses so far will be my responsibility of and when I choose to leave against clinical recommendation.
I earned a degree from my local university. I have not been able to get a job in my field and now after applying for 100+ jobs on their website over the last 15 years, their application portal will mysteriously not let me apply for anymore and nobody can figure out why. Can I sue them for... Read more »
My friend actually forged her grandma's signature on the check. She told me that grandma had given permission with the bank for her to write her grandma name. I asked my friend to call grandma and verify so I could hear it, but grandma didn't answer. My friend sent a text but we were... Read more »
I hade a house fire and the rual fire department was not interested in putting it out it was a total loss my family and I were homeless and our 5 pets perished in the fire I do have some video of the fire showing what all they did to not put out my house fire
I can get no help even when i given proof of misconduct fraud in court , rule have been broke and district court denied complaint for lack of subject matter when gave proof of fraud in a petition file and the withdraw that has left me without councel an lawyer given to me hides or wont give or... Read more »
tco no lawyer denied all rights to be heard an cross told at end of hearing judge tells had lawyer shes there end not told change hearing 6months then 2hearing lawyer withdraw with representing or meeting with cilent an not followingrules of withdraw given new laywer he said he would remain... Read more »
Additionally, what would be the circumstances under which an attorney would not allow a signing of the will, or is there none? What bearing would that have, if any, on an attorney bringing the matter to the courts attention? Or is it a moot point since the will was unsigned?
My mother wanted to buy her oxygen concentrator out right her doctor's office called companies for her one company said they could do it but when they got to her house they wanted her to rent it for a year and then she could buy it. there were other companies who could do it out right they... Read more »
I am a warehouse worker and I currently get paid once a month. My boss has set up the pay so that it looks like we make salary but we get pay deducted for missing hours so we are really hourly. Is it illegal to get paid once a month in the state of Missouri? And if so what should I do?
I have been getting paid once a month for 3 years in a warehouse. My boss has it set up as salary but deducts pay when we miss work so we are basically hourly. Is it legal for him to pay us only once a month and if not what should I do?
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