they also say no about getting emancipated, what should i do?
answered on May 18, 2023
Ordinarily, in order to get emancipated, you must be financially independent. That works well for actors, musicians, inventors, etc. $14 an hour probably won't cut it
Them that this needs changed to a 501c 13 which has been registered with the IRS since 1991. The elders are arguing we can’t change. I argue we can’t be a 3. Please help
answered on Nov 9, 2021
I'm not sure if you are stating that you filed a motion and served the plaintiff with a copy or if you simply wrote a letter to the judge. If the latter, then no. If the former, then you'll have to argue your duly noticed motion and win. Hire an attorney if you can afford one.
answered on Jun 18, 2021
At the age of 17, you are no longer considered a "runaway" for police purposes. You could also seek emancipation if you're 17 and living on your own, supporting yourself.
My husband and I recently got divorced after being separated for 15 years. He did the paperwork without me and did not include me changing my name back in the decree. So as it stands, it seems I have to go to court to get my name changed back. I have a two-part question: 1. How much of a hassle is... Read more »
answered on Jun 18, 2021
It's a hassle, but definitely doable. On the name-change forms, much of it just asks what you're wanting it changed to. They often won't question the name choice.
I've ended that contract agreement and listed the property with a different company. The former company still list my property on their website and others (airbnb, expedia, etc.) as managed by them. I've requested in writing three times for them to remove my property from their listings... Read more »
answered on Apr 24, 2021
If they won't take your request seriously, I think that a stern letter from an attorney will get you some results. If not, you could hire an attorney and sue for misrepresentation or tortious interference with contract.
Yesterday, I bought a Volvo 850 turbo from a dealer in independence Missouri. He told me that the car was in perfect running condition and that everything was great. He just had the oil changed, a new battery, and more. I got the car it ran great I signed the title and left. I drove less than 20... Read more »
answered on Apr 2, 2021
I’m sorry to hear that. You can sue but it will be your burden to come up with admissible evidence showing that the seller knew about then problem and lied to you. At this point you’ve only articulated highly suspicious timing between the sale and breakdown. Consult with a consumer lawyer... Read more »
answered on Mar 17, 2021
I see that the case was argued and submitted 11 months ago. The Supreme Court sometimes take around one year to rule.
I want to purchase a sword from a shop a few block from my home, but I can't drive so I'd have to carry it home.
answered on Feb 23, 2021
If it is wrapped up and not easy to use, it should be OK. You can always get a long wide mailing tube or a carboard footer tube cut to length and put it in that.
answered on Feb 2, 2021
You can sue in small claims court. If you left your clothes in an unguarded dryer, however, I don’t see why the hotel would be deemed liable for an unknown person’s criminal acts.
answered on Aug 31, 2020
It would depend on the program. If you get a certification from some place that no employer knows then don’t expect much weight to be given to it. You are better off going somewhere local and interning at a firm to get experience.
answered on Jul 29, 2020
No. And HIPAA doesn’t include a private right of action. That means an individual cannot sue for damages under that statute.
My father's sister would not help me and told me to find it myself. He must have been approved, as he said he was receiving checks. He had three children by his first marriage, first born mental retardation. My father's name was William L. SHATTUCK. His residence was in Madison County, Illinois.
answered on May 13, 2019
This could be difficult because mesothelioma lawsuits can be part of a class action. If it was an ordinary civil case, chances are you could have found it in the court records of Madison County. You could start there just to check. If you know who his doctors were, or attorneys were on any previous... Read more »
answered on Mar 23, 2019
Check the City if Clayton’s website. If the answer is not apparent, make a phone call and find out.
I live in Missouri and he lives in Washington
answered on Aug 12, 2015
Get the words straight. Are you asking about abandonment or amendment?
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