I have not filed personal income taxes in around 11 years. At first is because I owed knew that I was going to owe a few hundred dollars, then I left it for the following year and then the following year and I know that I may owe between 7 to 10 thousand dollars. Now, I've been doing a lot of... Read more »
See if you qualify for assistance from a law income taxpayer clinic in your area. It is impossible for us to give you the best advice without a lot more detail. Here is a link for more information on the clinics.
Broke foot, pelvis, arm, L4&5, and dislocated shoulder. Company didn’t offer safety harness. Which they have implemented now after my accident. Also concerned about my future that I might not be able to return to the position and future pain and surgery and loss of mobility.
To address your first question, in Arizona an injured employee who is receiving worker's compensation benefits is normally barred from bringing a personal injury claim against his employer. While it is possible for said employee to bring a lawsuit against his employer, these lawsuits are very rare...Read more »
An Arizona attorney could best advise about the conditions that govern autopsies and the grounds for next-of-kin objecting, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a general matter in civil cases, if determining the cause of death is necessary as evidence in a life insurance policy (or...Read more »
Is it unlawful (and unethical) for a current AAG to switch sides (concurrently), while continuing to practice in same exact jurisdiction/court room - opposite former colleages & client - now defending clientele he would have formerly prosecuted? Does this not present multiple constitutional... Read more »
Recently a case was assigned to a public defender (former prosecutor) to defend a man whos father had been prosecuted successfully by the same attorney many years prior. The son's case is not of the same charges as his father's prior case, however, the attorney remains in the same jurisdiction,... Read more »
Bringing drugs in a facility for sale but the charges are bull when he kept the previous court date they didn’t have any file that charge was a pen shaft with drug residue they searched without permission are probable cause
My sister and I own 5 acres of farmland in McFarland, CA. we inherited from my Father’s estate in 2009 he passed away in 2007. I live in Tucson, AZ. I’ve been paying the property tax for 12 years and my sister who lives in CA. just ignores all of my attempts for her to pay her share. I once... Read more »
There was likely a medical blood draw that was used by police to determine the presence of alcohol and/or drugs. Normally a single vehicle collision on its own will not be sufficient to be allege the DUI as aggravated so more information would be needed. The best advice I can give is to consult a...Read more »
The warrant covered a useable amount of Fentanyl,items used to smoke or ingest fentanyl,and items to weigh or package fentanyl,and U.S currency. The police seized a pipe used to smoke methamphetamine and charged me with paraphernalia and the meth that was in the pipe. Is it legal? Considering it... Read more »
Thanks for the question. You and your tenant are in a sticky situation. Challenging a warrant is a difficult process and is very fact driven. You need the assistance of an experienced criminal defense lawyer. Most lawyers on Justia, including myself, offer free initial consultations. Set one...Read more »
Hello, it appears that you are searching for case law to support a claim for premise liability stemming from a slip and fall injury on stairs. I do not know if you will be able to obtain case law specific to the facts of the current situation, but there is existing case law which addresses when a...Read more »
Yes, you can file a petition for your fiance after you obtain your U.S. Citizenship. I recommend that you speak with an Immigration attorney who can explain the options that are available for you as it pertains to filing for your fiance.
Feb 2018 my wife was arrested for felony fleeing.The police arrested her from our home.The police refused to allow her to make arrangements for our 3 minor children who were left in the home alone overnight leaving her open to child neglect charges on top of felony fleeing. I was deployed in... Read more »
It is difficult to determine whether you are indicating that you are in transit or you are supposed to be getting ready to return to the sandbox. If you have not left yet, you need to change your orders. If you are outside CONUS, you need to request emergency leave and COME HOME. Your children...Read more »
Disorderly conduct change be charged as either a felony or misdemeanor. It is a felony if someone recklessly handles, displays or discharges a deadly weapon or dangerous instrument. If not, it is a class 1 misdemeanor with a potential for 6 months in jail and probation. If this truly is your...Read more »
My boyfriends 4 year old sons mom died 2 years ago. My boyfriend is not on the birth certificate because she changed it with out his knowledge. I paid for a dna test and it is his baby. Now were stuck on how to get my boyfriend on the birth certificate without her. Again we live in arizona. Thank... Read more »
The process is called "adjudicating parenthood." If you are in Maricopa County, you may use the forms found at https://superiorcourt.maricopa.gov/media/2971/drp1z.pdf. If you are outside Maricopa County, you may be able to find similar forms on your county court website. You may also use the...Read more »
My Father was diagnosed with Glioblastoma Brain Cancer in April 2019. Immediately, he was deemed unable to drive and was put on anti seizure meds. Here's a quick timeline of events as they occurred in order.
1. Cancer diagnosis April 2019.
2. Created or changed will and trust June... Read more »
There is not enough information to answer your question. An attorney would need to review your father’s entire estate plan and possibly also his medical records in order to even start providing any kind of analysis regarding your options.
The question is never "can I sue?" (because that answer is always yes), but "SHOULD I sue?" (or "is it worth my time to sue?" In this case, the answer would be no. Law enforcement agencies are immune from most lawsuits and your suit would almost certainly fail very shortly after being filed. I know...Read more »
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