My partner passed away on July 5th. No will. We lived at his residence which was my home for over 13 years. I went to visit my grandson in Arizona for 6 weeks and when I came back on Jan 30th his 21 year old daughter changed the locks and won’t let me in. I am almost 66 and my whole life... View More
My liver, both kidneys were lacerated I was Internamky bleeding. Was asleep when the accident happened Ed woke up 2 days later in the hospital. Got subpoenad to court a d it was rescheduled showed up a second time t hey said they were gonna reschedule it again and then I never heard from them at all
My ex wife is living in the family home and reimbursing me for the mortgage. She has two roommates that have been there for over a year. One pays weekly rent. The other may be some kind of trade. I don’t think there is a formal rental agreement either.
Will puting the money into a first person special needs trust keep me from losing my government benefits? I'm being told yes I'm being told no and I don't know what to think but I'm running out of time. Any assistance is greatly appreciated.
A Special Needs Trust might be helpful in your circumstance but you have to be very careful when it comes to the rules pertaining to Section 8 housing. I understand that some rules just changed Jan. 1st. I recommend you consult with an experienced attorney.
I’m starting a YouTube channel and want to sell my own merchandise through print on demand. Shirts and hats with my logo and YouTube name on it. I don’t have a bunch of upstart money, so do I have to register a trademark through the US government before I can sell?
It is not essential to register a trademark before using it, but it would be prudent to be assured that it does not infringe a mark already in use or registered. Consult an experience trademark attorney to perform a clearance search and render an opinion before going forward.
There are countless confirmable reports of illegal immigrants not only being invited to illegally migrate into america, but the US government is actively working on legislation to allow their permanent residency here and financial support through the american taxpayer system, directly going against... View More
I'm mainly looking to understand if I have any leverage in this situation. The role I'm being shifted in to is in a different department and a bit of a step back in my career. I'm curious if I decide I don't want to take the new role, would I be eligible for unemployment due to... View More
In Oregon, obtaining sole custody of your daughter amidst your future ex-wife being under criminal investigation and her relocation to another state involves demonstrating to the court that such an arrangement would be in the best interest of your child. The court considers various factors in...View More
There is only entrance to the main plumbing supply pipe. To replace 47 years old end of life pipe, the only way to anccess is digging underneath the unit from exterior side of tenants porch. It took approximately 2-3 days to dig for 20 ft creating clawl spaces, access and replace the 6 ft the main... View More
In Oregon, if there is a no-contact order in place between co-defendants and one party is accused of violating that order, it's crucial to establish the facts around the alleged violation. If your ex/co-defendant went to jail for sneaking out of rehab and is falsely claiming to have seen you,...View More
Can I have my processor/attorney attache the eviction notice to the main public entry door to the apartments, or do I have to have it put on the tenants front door to their apartment within the actual apartment complex?
I put in for FMLA time and the next day everything changed. HR tried to take my ADA approved accommodation away. I fought them and kept it. Then my supervisor started criticizing my every move and giving a lot of negative feedback in our monthly meetings. Now I found out I am being put on a... View More
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