October 2022 I was involved in a car accident. Hit 3 juveniles. Charges with 3 account of attempted murder and three accounts of agg assault. I was released on house arrest. But I haven’t been to court since being released. My court date if October 2023. I wasn’t indicted yet.
I completed a master's program and applied for OPT. Later, I enrolled in a CS Ph.D. program. However, a few months in, I received a rejection letter stating that my status indicated I was pursuing a higher-level Ph.D. degree, making me ineligible for a master's level OPT. If I now leave... View More
In general, an LLC formed in New York can conduct business in New Jersey, but you would likely need to register your New York LLC as a "foreign LLC" in New Jersey to do so. This usually involves filing specific paperwork with the New Jersey Division of Revenue and Enterprise Services,...View More
My boss fired me for no reason other than "we're moving in another direction." This action was discriminatory, as other employees were accused and reprimanded for not completing job responsibilities costing the company profits but were given multiple chances to correct their... View More
I sped 100 in a 70 traveling in Pennsylvania I am a New Jersey resident. However, the cop wrote the ticket for 75 in a 70. In the confidential information section he wrote "100 in a 70". Could that be used against me in court? He also gave me a careless Driving citation.
My son has been going to school through this act and as of recently they are trying to send him to a different school. I would just like to know my rights and if this is something they can do. I was under the impression this will last thought out high school until he graduated or until we found... View More
My job was recently affected by a large layoff due to the company losing a significant amount of business. I was close with my manager and he initially offered help with reviewing my resume and finding a new job. However i quickly stopped hearing from him when reaching out for help. I found out... View More
Once you are separated from a place of employment there is no obligation of the employer to have contact with the employee. It is not clear what you mean by "liability". However, they may be concerned about a potential lawsuit against the company by the former employee.
Cont: for converting a garage into a 5th bedroom and also did so with knowing he only had a 4 bedroom septic tank. Is there any recourse I could employ against my inspection company at the time for failing to provide this information to me?
Specifically the three commercial property codes, which are industrial, agricultural and residential. I asked in a letter for a written explanation of these codes. The point being is the last one "residential " is in fact a commercial designation meaning "residential is a house in... View More
I work part time for a private language school. I was teaching two 90 minute classes and one 75 minute class, 4 times a week for each class. On Friday, I received an email that starting on Monday, I would no longer be teaching one of the 90 minute classes and only have the one other 90 minute class... View More
Every month I paid my rent on time, Leasing office would put notice on apartment door regarding renters insurance and pest fee. renters insurance i have but will not add land lord as interested party so the leasing office will post at least 2-3 letters per week on my door telling me that they have... View More
So my grandfather is becoming senile at his old age and he has had me help him pay his bills for over the last two years. Using Zelle transactions we would send money from my grandfathers account to my account to pay the bills and pretty much every bill matched up and transaction the problem. Here... View More
She has been gone for 4 years. I have asked her repeatedly to come to pick up her things. She makes arrangements but then does not show up. I have offered to bring her boxed up things to her apartment or to a neutral site , but she will not agree to that either. Currently I am paying for a... View More
When a partner leaves an LLP that has taken out an SBA EIDL loan, the implications for the remaining partners can be influenced by several factors, including the terms of the partnership agreement and the loan documents. If the partnership agreement does not explicitly address the allocation of SBA...View More
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