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Q: Can i name my business "Mad Hatter Photography"?
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Q: In the state of Utah do both parties have to sign the decree? Meaning one party doesn't want the divorce

One party wants a divorce the other doesn't.

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Q: What is the likely penalty for having 31/2 fentanyl pills and a little meth and paraphernalia in Tooele,Utah

We were stopped in a parking lot and they came up on us. My friend driving had made a erratic lane change and someone called it in. After a few minutes talking to the officers they brought cannine unit

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law, Banking and Civil Rights for Utah on
Q: If I'm 19 and my parents steal my money do they have to pay me back for the money they stole from me

I get paid two times a month and they force me to give them 160 and I'm 19 and they have been doing it since May last year

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law and Child Custody for Utah on
Q: My son is 11 and his dad and stepmom are considering on moving him out. What can I do?

My paper work doesn't explicitly say what rights I have in a situation like this but wouldn't that be a form of him giving up his parent time? His dad has primary, but we are joint legal and physical.

0 Answers | Asked in Contracts and Employment Law for Utah on
Q: Can my employer change our company equipment reimbursement program after I've already been reimbursed for the item?

Live in Utah, but work remotely. I believe the company headquarters are in NYC. I have been employed by the company for 3 years and needed to replace my computer for work. I purchased the item out of pocket, received approval for the reimbursement and received the reimbursement on my next check.... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law, Child Custody, Child Support and Civil Rights for Utah on
Q: What can be done on a 34(e) plea in juvenile Court claiming abuse

Losing full custody due to a 34(e), dcfs involvement with little to no progress in 2 years time, mentally ill mother (bpd), needing to fight back against childs mother and dcfs maybe find a way to withdraw/change the 34(e) plea.

0 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law and Copyright for Utah on
Q: I want to alter and resell stuffed animals I buy from thrift stores. Do I need to credit the original manufacturer?

Can I remove the tags? I want to sell them online. I have not attempted to sell any of them yet.

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law, Criminal Law and Tax Law for Utah on
Q: If I am hired as a personal assistant, should I sign a W2 or w9 before accepting payment as wages?

The "employer" sent me a cashier's check from an online bank. I'm supposed to pay 2 of his bills, then take my pay and deposit it.

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Employment Law, Tax Law and Business Law for Utah on
Q: Can an online bank issue a cashier's check? How can I see if this cashiers check is legitimate or fake?

I feel like this is a money laundering scam. How can I verify this?

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law for Utah on
Q: What is the law on employees traveling for work within and outside of business hours in regard to time and compensation?

I am a full time exempt employee and located in UT. I work remotely for a company headquartered in Washington, D.C. I ask as my company currently does not offer a comp time policy for travel outside of business hours and I wondered if this was a legal or not. Thank you!

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Q: Can a man be charged with Lewdness(76-9-702) for wearing a swim brief or women's athletic one piece swimwear?

I have grown accustomed to wearing swim briefs and women's athletic one piece swimwear to beaches however, since moving here, I have avoided this as the lewdness statute is vague surrounding the exposure of "The Buttocks" and "Pubic Area". For reference, in both styles of... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Libel & Slander, Civil Rights, Constitutional Law and Personal Injury for Utah on
Q: Nov 4 2018 the day i check in it Sept 11 2019 i sustained iinjuries from a assault and battery at lantern house shelter.

Its was 2 against 1 i had no chance of defending myself, which means it was planned no officer of the law or emt attended to my injuries instead I was told to leave the lantern house shelter for 3 years before i was able to come back its there purposely keeping me from getting the xrays and mri... View More

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answered on Jun 29, 2024

I understand you're describing a serious incident that occurred on September 11, 2019 at the Lantern House shelter, where you were assaulted by two individuals. This sounds like a very distressing and traumatic experience. I'm sorry to hear you went through that.

Based on what...
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1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law, Personal Injury, Civil Litigation and Civil Rights for Utah on
Q: I was intimidated by a police officer, he caused me too much distress I need help to see if I can sue him!

He was trying to make me deny that I was attacked , he said he was not going to fix the police report and he was not going to write any evidence that tells thatindicates that the defendant committed the act. He also obligate me to say that I wanted a new detective because he was going to close my... View More

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answered on Jun 27, 2024

Based on the situation you've described, it sounds like you may have a potential case involving police misconduct or civil rights violations. While personal injury lawyers sometimes handle these types of cases, you may want to consider consulting with an attorney who specializes in civil... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for Utah on
Q: I signed a lease last November. In the lease contract states: "If the tenant moves out the natural expiration of Lease

a re-rent levy of $1.200 will be charged to the Tenant." We are planning on moving out before the end of the lease and the landlord says that I'm obligated by law to pay rent until the end of the lease or until we find a new renter. Is there a law that states that in Utah? She is also... View More

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Q: Is my daughter liable for new lease after office told her some one signed to buy her lease but didn’t pay the deposit?

My daughter is a tenant and I am the co-signer. My daughter is trying to sell her lease. A few weeks ago, the front office contacted my daughter through text and let her know that some one wants her lease and that she needed to move in, in two days. My daughter complied and moved out before the... View More

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Q: Can a condo association enforce no window air conditioners after they have been installed and the rule was created

I rent a condo and installed a window ac in April. The association decided to create a rule of no window ac units in June. Can they force me to remove it or fine me for having it?

0 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for Utah on
Q: Can a Condominium HOA enforce a rule after the rule was created

I rent a condo and put in window air conditioners in April 2024. Now the HOA created a rule on June 23, 2024 saying no window air conditioners. Can they force me to remove it or fine me for having it?

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