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0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law for Oregon on
Q: If I work holidays is that daytime and a half

Is my boss required to pay extra on holidays if I work those days are they time and a half off

0 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law for Oregon on
Q: What can I do if I hit a settlement but I didn’t want a settlement I asked my attorney I want trial

I took my rental manager to court after giving me 6 eviction and not fixing a leak and mold grew then the floor needed to be replaced I gave my attorney all fotos with evidence but he only presented one of a wall with mold nothing els I should of gotten 3 times my rents work but only got 12000 i... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and Public Benefits for Oregon on
Q: During covit causa offer help to imagrents if someone had no ID all they needed was someone to iD then with proper Id

I applied with causa fir covit help they denied me I had no id I was sick with covit Teo time I explained that dmv was close and I needed help my family and u hit covit I sent them the info they asked and they still denied me now causa is closing I still have a copy of the application I sent them

0 Answers | Asked in Child Custody, Child Support and Family Law for Oregon on
Q: I want to file as a third party with a recognized parent-child relationship to modify custody and parenting time order.

What is the legal process for this filing pursuant to ORS 109.119, ORCP 22, 28, 29, and 71?

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and Civil Rights for Oregon on
Q: A judge has granted me permission to have access to my children.. probation officer told me he will not allow it..

I had to register as a S.O.. I passed my polygraphs. Did extremely well on my psychosexual evaluation. And have been in treatment for over 2 years.. day of sentencing, judge told me when I’m released from jail. I can move to back in to my house and have access to my son. My probation officer says... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Land Use & Zoning for Oregon on
Q: Land under measure 37/49 was sold to party X in 11/2014. I bot it from X in 4/2016. When does the right to build expire?

Forest land approved for 3 homesites under ORS measure 37/49 was approved for the original owner, and then the original owner/claimant sold the lot to Party X in Nov 2014. Party X then sold it to me in Apr 2016. When does MY right to build expire?

The original order said any... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Oregon on
Q: If a child sex abuse police investigation is closed without finding criminal activity can they destroy the evidence

Evidence of what was found in electronic devices

1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law, Small Claims and Banking for Oregon on
Q: If you wire transfer money to someone and then realize it was fraud, how can you file a complaint to the court

if you don't know their physical address?

Gregory L Abbott
Gregory L Abbott
answered on Jun 29, 2022

You can file a complaint with your local police, with Oregon's Attorney General Consumer Fraud Division (can file online), and with the FBI who has a task force specifically aimed at this sort of fraud. All that said, the odds are extremely remote that any of them will actually do anything... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts and Employment Law for Oregon on
Q: Can an employer in oregon force you to buy out your contract when you make 50k a year, when breaking contract?

My fiance is breaking her employment contract to start a new job in a different career. Her current employer and other employers are telling her mixed things. Some people say she does not have to pay out her contract because she makes under 100k a year. They are expecting her to pay out 40% of her... Read more »

TeAnna Rice
TeAnna Rice
answered on Jul 1, 2022

Employment contracts are just that, contracts. Hire a local employment law attorney in your area to review your contract, as a legal opinion cannot be given without it.

0 Answers | Asked in Traffic Tickets for Oregon on
Q: Can I get a driving with a suspended license, 3 days after the incident, without being pulled over?

Cop pulls out behind me, yells ,"is your liscence suspended "?, I yelled behind me ,no, then drove off. 3 days later he gives me a driving with a suspended license. I was walking back from the store and the cop yells come here, hands me a ticket

2 Answers | Asked in Libel & Slander, Family Law and Animal / Dog Law for Oregon on
Q: I need to know how to get my stolen cat returned. Unfortunately, it’s not taken as seriously as, say, a car.

She was stolen by my ex just to hurt me. She’s filed false papers claiming my cat is her “companion cat”. I have all the proof & witnesses to support the truth in this matter.

Jennie Lynn Clark
Jennie Lynn Clark
answered on Jun 28, 2022

You might want to consider small claims court in light of the fact that most attorneys charge $300-$400 per hour. You cannot have an attorney in small claims court. If you obtain a judicial order for in junctive relief for the return of the cat, she would be in contempt of court if she does not... Read more »

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0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Oregon on
Q: Can an individual sue another individual/corporation for wire fraud in a federal court

or it is just up to the federal government to sue such a crime?

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Oregon on
Q: I Do I have to claim a criminal charge from 1997 today on a job application. The charge was a measure 11 charge.

No other convictions at all since 1997

TeAnna Rice
TeAnna Rice
answered on Jul 1, 2022

In Oregon, it is possibly unlawful for a potential employer to inquire about your criminal history at the application stage. However, there is nothing that states how far back in your criminal history an employer can consider, once they are allowed to consider your employment history.... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Adoption, Criminal Law, Domestic Violence and Family Law for Oregon on
Q: Were can I go to find help looking at an old child welfare case and dv that should not have happened

I have gone to adult protective services got ignored went to mayday they helped me send stuff to Oregon law center but was not the right place (or I didn’t explain it well on the phone )they told me to go to the Oregon bare but I’m on disability and homeless at the moment because of everything... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts and Civil Litigation for Oregon on
Q: Can i sue the dealership?

I have a 60 day warranty. I brought it back after one week and told them we’re where issues, they said I’d have to pay 180 for diagnostic even though on paper it said 60 days DEALERSHIP PAYS for labor, parts used, diagnostics, etc. still tried to make me pay, decided whatever, power steering... Read more »

Jennie Lynn Clark
Jennie Lynn Clark
answered on Jun 27, 2022

It sounds like you may have enough evidence for a potential lawsuit. Of course, an attorney would need to verify the content of the contract and the diagnostic tests. This is a malpractice case and a breach of contract case. It is a breach of contract because they are not honoring the warranty... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and Family Law for Oregon on
Q: Special needs child eloping a family law matter X part petition or motion criminal child neglect in 2nd degree. (Mis)

I have a special needs child I guess and he is known to elope she eloped and was found wearing a T-shirt and soiled diaper and basically I was cited for child neglect in a second- degree so my question is at the same time that this incident occurred and I was dealing with my ex who is he has a very... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Bankruptcy and Civil Litigation for Oregon on
Q: My round up lawsuit made me an offer I accepted 8 months ago . Now I find out my lawyer has filed his own bankruptcy

Do I need to be concerned

Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison
answered on Jun 26, 2022

No. That money belongs to you. Unless your lawyer received and misappropriated and kept the money (which is a crime), you should not be affected by his bankruptcy.

0 Answers | Asked in Contracts and Public Benefits for Oregon on
Q: Do I have the right to park my vehicle on the curb?

9.9 Any motor vehicle operated on the Property, including any automobile, truck, dune buggy, motorcycle, or trail bike, shall have mufflers on its exhaust system and shall be ridden only on paved roads within the Property or any other areas specifically designated for such use by the Board. No... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Contracts and Public Benefits for Oregon on
Q: Do I have the right to park my vehicle on the curb?

Dear Lawyer or Lawyers,

I've been working on my second language for 20 years and I am still struggling in this language. I have HOA wrote me for parking on curb. It mentioned about the 9.9 restrictions rule in the letter. Here it is.

9.9 Any motor vehicle operated on the... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Estate Planning, Landlord - Tenant and Probate for Oregon on
Q: is it a conflict of interest if my landlords eviction attorney is also my step dads attorney in my moms probate?

my step dad along with me and my brother are heirs to my moms estate which is currently in probate. now my landlord is trying to evict me and is using the same attorney as my step dad is this conflict of interest because i feel it is due to the negative nature of the probate between my step dad and... Read more »

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