Since you would be the person to have signed the power of attorney, you can review the documents you have signed to determine if any of them give your agent power of attorney over you (ie a durable medical power of attorney).
Someone took a picture of my wife without her knowledge and approval, then used it in a Google review for her workplace. Without any sort of context, he called her rude. My wife deals with over-the-road drivers for the duration of her work shift, and this picture and review is now there for anyone... View More
In Wisconsin, taking someone's picture in a workplace without their knowledge and then posting it online could potentially infringe upon their privacy rights. However, the legality of such actions can depend on various factors, including the context, the intent, and any applicable workplace...View More
My parents asked what happened. I told them that I took the blame for someone else’s actions. They said they would call the school, and if the principal said something different, I would be “Beat the sh*t out of me with a belt, until my a** was so red, that I couldn’t sit down.”
I consented to a consumer report background check at my employer when up for promotion. An old active arrest warrant was discovered on the check. The employer did not notify me of the issue directly and instead contacted local law enforcement who then came looking for me. I do not believe the... View More
The situation you have shared is very concerning and may very well be a violation of employment background check compliance (such as through the Fair Credit Reporting Act) as well as a number of related obligations imposed on employers who order criminal history information reports from third...View More
My husband got into fight that resulted in restitution for hospital bills after he was released off probation and they turned it into a judgement. We have been trying to get ahold of the hospital to pay this off they wont give any information to us because it is someone elses name. We call... View More
Why don't you call the hospital and request you need to speak with the legal department. If they don't have one, ask to speak with the individual responsible for payments due to the hospital and tell them you need help finding out where to send the payment. If that fails, send them the...View More
Wife will not let me see my daughter keeps telling she does not want to see me. Week ago my daughter wanted commit suicid was in hospital. My wife makes poor choices and hangs around these couple that are divorced but live together and lives in same apartment complex and these couple have stuck... View More
Sorry to hear about your situation. You would need to file for divorce/legal separation and then seek temporary orders re: physical placement of your daughter if you want to have a legally enforceable court order to see your daughter or keep her from a harmful environment.
I’m from the uk and looking to marry my fiancé however as he is an ex felon he is not aloud to emigrate to the uk am I able to apply to move to the USA once were married or will it be rejected due to him being an ex felon
He has stopped paying the mortgage and is a month behind, how do I legally obtain my house back? I am also the main borrower on the house loan, but both of our names are on the deed. He also stopped paying his half of the loan payments.
I was in a bowling alley around 9 p'cl9ck and asked to leave in a shouting violent matter by the female bartender. I left immediately and an officer was outside on the premises. I told him I was never asked to not come in there, in fact the manager told me I was welcome for food. I was issued... View More
You may file a complaint against the police department. The department should have an internal review mechanism. I will warn you, however, that that is unlikely to produce a satisfying outcome. Similarly, you can file a complaint against the bowling alley with its management. As with the police...View More
If you have a written lease for a term you may certainly stay through the term of the lease. If you are on a month to month lease, then the landlord may terminate the tenancy with 28 days of notice before the start of the next rental period. So if your month to month tenancy starts on the first of...View More
Short version cops called for noise complaint was not our home after sever times calling wife lier I stepped in told him was not us I was on couch talking to son no music here he became extremely upset when I attempted to close screen door he than ripped off my door I called 911 asked for police... View More
The short answer is yes. Courts have consistently upheld implied consent testing against constitutional challenges. At least in theory, the subject person's "consent" for the alcohol test is given when they become (or remain) a licensed driver, such that the test does not constitute...View More
On anything he raided my home when I was at work didn't find anything but some marajiuana he didn't care about was looking for hard drugs. And that upset him cause he really thought he would find hard drugs. After harrasing me at gas station when I went to get boss energy drink.( Yelling... View More
If you were read your rights and you declined a lawyer prior to taking the voice detection test, then it will most likely stand up. If you were not Mirandized prior to taking the test, then it should have been raised and challenged in the prosecution of your case
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