A loss prevention employee of WinCo placed a person in handcuffs when the person was complying to their orders a loss prevention employee came behind them slamming them into a wall giving them a black eye. Claiming merchant law
I applied for an apartment in American Fork, UT. I told the leasing office that I would like to see the unit before signing the lease. I wanted to make sure I would be happy with the unit prior to making a commitment. They waited until the day of my lease was supposed to start before letting me see... View More
I was recently fired from my job under the claim of "lack of communication". It is evident I was fired after informing my boss I intend to file for FMLA (fired the next day). I have also been discriminated against for months for my sexual orientation and have seen a therapist who has... View More
The perpetrator was 15 years of age, and they had forced the victim into a stressful situation within an establishment. As a result of the stress, a faulty part of the establishment ended up killing the victim. Is the perpetrator at fault, and to be punished? Is the owner of the establishment also... View More
We're a couple of russian citizens who married in 2022 in the state of Utah Remotely (!). We're still out of the US and don't have the option to visit the US. For a while, we have been living in Serbia (Balkans), and what is important in the near future we will live separately.... View More
In a state in which he/she is a resident which has DAP trust statutes, if only the corporation is named and neither the director (nor any of the directors or officers) are named in a New York breach of contract lawsuit? The intent is to transfer more assets now (a vacation home), to avoid possible... View More
My Father was served a court summons related to a debt. However he has Dementia and isn't competent to reply himself. As his son, Can I respond on his behalf? I do not have Guardianship or PoA over him.
Responding to a court summons on behalf of your father, especially given his dementia and incapacity, is a sensitive situation. Generally, without legal authority such as guardianship or power of attorney (PoA), you may not have the legal standing to respond to the summons on his behalf.
I am considering a few ideas and want to relate them to my dog. I have a dream of owning and running a Dog Kennel and Breed Dogs Officially and I have a Gaming Community that is looking for an Official Name. I would like to relate it with K9. I know K9 is often referring to Federal Working Dogs and... View More
I informed the doctor for 3 months that my sons seizures where getting worse and they could not get an appointment for 3 months they did not even offer a medication change sense the meds were not working. He was having cluster seizures, he had wet him self tried to get cleaned up, and before he... View More
I own a plumbing business. I agreed to a bid price for a job almost 2 years ago. It's a long term job, since then, the cost of materials and labor has gone up significantly. I told the customer it was going to cost an additional amount to finish the job due to my costs going up. He refused... View More
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I am sorry if there was any confusion. This is unfortunately not a contracts question. Please resubmit your question and label it Divorce Law and Family Law. You will get help from attorneys that can help with your situation.
4 kids inherited a property from parents with 2 being an executor. After a closing date is set 1 nonexecutor kid places lien on property wanting price to be raised 200k. Price being sold is appraisal value. Is this allowed to stop closing of house and is there really a lien allowed to be placed on... View More
Based on the facts provided, it would likely not be legal for the non-executor sibling to place a lien on the inherited property to prevent the sale after contracts have been started. Here are some key considerations:
- If there are multiple heirs, the executors have authority to sell...View More
Police officers cannot take your phone from you while you are being detained because they don't want you to record it. The Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution protects your right to be free from unreasonable searches and seizures, and this includes your right to record police...View More
Is creating a trust the best option to protect my assets before a divorce in Utah? If yes, should I have my trust before or after the divorce? What options I have to minimize the loss of my assets in Utah?
If you are already married, the only way a Trust might help is if both of you sign an irrevocable trust, permanently giving up your asset. For example, the irrevocable trust could give the asset to your children. Once you both sign it, you no longer have control over the asset, so neither of you...View More
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