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answered on Mar 11, 2023
If you lied on a police report about your daughter, it is important to understand that attempting to get it removed from the record could potentially result in criminal charges for filing a false report.
It is recommended that you seek legal advice from an experienced attorney who can... Read more »
answered on Jan 8, 2023
An Alaska attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a starting point, here is a link to the Alaska Bar Association page - Pro Bono Legal Service Providers
This is not an... Read more »
The mother was deemed an unfit parent and parental rights were terminated by OCS. Grandmother adopted the two of the children who now live with her. The mother was allowed 2 days of visitation a week but it had to be supervised my grandmother. The mother has been living with her mother for the past... Read more »
answered on Dec 27, 2022
As the adoptive parent, the grandmother has the legal right to make all decisions for the child, including who is around the child. So the unfit bio mother being there is not in itself a problem. However, like all parents, the grandmother could lose her parental rights just like the mother did.... Read more »
answered on Nov 23, 2022
An Alaska attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for five weeks. You could try to arrange a quick consult with a local attorney, to discuss options based on whether the circumstances were related theft (timber), necessity (tree posing a storm hazard), or other. Good luck
Addicted and is listening to every phone call and messages and my email he has also put a cll filter on he listen to me at my home I also am bisexuality that Noone knows and he found out bye listening and hereinng everything I do even when I take the phone in the bathroom
answered on Nov 8, 2022
If you are using the Company phone, the Company probably has a policy notifying you that your use of the equipment is not private. Thus, it is probably not illegal.
You should consider get a personal phone to protect your privacy.
My girlfriend and I have been discussing the options for when it comes time for us to get married. She is a student in Canada, on a student visa and I am a US Citizen. If we file for CR-1, she is able to use the Embassy in Canada for her exams and interview or does it have to be the one from Brazil... Read more »
answered on Aug 11, 2022
When you file the I 130 you can select the US consulate at which you would like her to process at. The CIS will do everything to accommodate your request, but ultimately it is their decision to make.
answered on Jun 15, 2022
Claims for unpaid overtime or minimum wage must be filed within two years from the date the work was actually performed. Claims for straight-time wages or other promised benefits should be filed within three years from the date the work was actually performed. You should file a claim as soon as you... Read more »
I flew out from florida with the impression I was going to work in bethel Alaska. Upon arriving to anchorage I was told the hotel I was supposed to stay at closed down and that I should get a hotel in anchorage. Thus far I am out of pocket $1900.
answered on Jun 6, 2023
You should check your contract to see if there are any provisions that cover reimbursement for out of pocket expenses. Even if there aren't any, you should make a written request for reimbursement for the out of pocket expenses you've had to incur as a result of this error.
I live in a small native village in Alaska. Our native corporation gets millions of federal dollars that's supposed to help the locals. They built a big apartment complex to provide more housing for locals (which I loved at first), but they mostly rent to entities that bring in outsiders for... Read more »
Traveling for work purposes out of state (to CA). Company booked flight for Saturday morning, departing 6am, arriving at 6:30pm in CA. Working the following day (Sunday). Company says travel will only be compensated during normal employee hours per policy (job is mon-fri, 8-5pm). But state dept. of... Read more »
answered on Mar 28, 2023
You should provide copies of the California Division of Labor Standards enforcement as well as the Alaska Department of Labor print outs showing that travel time on weekends is still compensable work time.
Lets say I own a deeded 64,000 acre block of forested land with no conservation easments. Then lets say I want to build a town on this land. Houses, subdivsions, trailer parks, businesses, industrial zone, roads. highways, etc. Assuming all the structures to be built are up to code and don't... Read more »
answered on Mar 23, 2023
Assuming that your land is in an organized borough or municipality, yes, there are many factors that might make it difficult to develop the land. Check with the code enforcement office of your borough or municipality to see what you might need to do.
My neighbor doesn’t occupy his home as apermanent residence. He has acres of 4ft weeds and hired workers who were not with the right equipment to mow some of it down which caught fire. It spread to my tree line of mature fruit producing trees and burnt my fence post down. What should I do?... Read more »
answered on Mar 23, 2023
It is unclear whether your property is in Alaska or in Washington. But in any event, you should contact your neighbor's property insurance carrier, if he has one.
A friend of mine is watching my house, and was waiting on a new tire to fix their truck. I had mentioned to her that I had gotten an email from HOA to fix these issues, I had reached back out to the HOA after the fact to let them know what was going on. 10 days later, they fined me for both the... Read more »
answered on Mar 23, 2023
As you may know, the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act may be applicable. See: https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/50/chapter-50
50 U.S. Code § 3952 may very well apply to your situation.
answered on Jun 1, 2022
This is not a Florida law question, but since I am an inactive Alaska attorney, I might as well give you this link:
answered on Mar 24, 2022
Depends on what exemptions you have available to you under federal or state law. Consult your bankruptcy attorney before you do anything.
I was evicted without opa or lawyer present . I was told I abandoned my apt and locked out n things thrown in dump . Opa aware I'm dying and trafficked but no help. How can I better advocate or get my funds to live . I'm disabled with speech impediment
answered on Mar 12, 2022
An Alaska attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks and your situation is a difficult and heartbreaking one. Under the posted categories, personal injury, real estate attorneys aren't going to know about this - the eviction issue is something for a... Read more »
No judgements were entered. No eviction filed. Only threats of " its in corporates hands" completely blocked me from entering my home and threw away all of our family's belongings, meanwhile slandering our name to all of the other tenants .
answered on Jan 31, 2022
Was this a residential unit or a commercial unit? Residential rentals are controlled by the Uniform Residential Landlord and Tenant Act (URLTA). You can find that online with the search words "Alaska URLTA." It tells you in plain terms your rights and obligations. If the unit was... Read more »
In short we have a newly formed HOA of 3 years in an area that had a lease that was never enforced and now those same rules are the HOA rules and are only heavily enforced on a very small few. Refuse to address it and discuss it. Allow different rules and exceptions for certain members. Enforce a... Read more »
answered on Jan 31, 2022
Many homeowner associations are incorporated. Look to their Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws to determine available procedures for voicing complaints. If you follow the proper "administrative" procedures and obtain no substantive review or response then you have a procedural cause... Read more »
answered on Jan 27, 2022
Most real estate attorneys and all title companies can do a search for land in your father's name or in your name (if already transferred). If the land is still in your father's name, you need a probate attorney to help you get it retitled.
Also my sponsor(husband) is in military and we have a child.
answered on Jan 3, 2022
Your husband can file the FORM I-130/I-130A ( Relative Petition) with USCIS.
If he is a U.S. citizen then you can also file for adjustment of status by submitting the FORM I-485 in that you have lawfully entered the U.S. through the ESTA program.
An experienced immigration attorney... Read more »
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