I have a eyelash line and I want to change my packaging. The packaging would look like the skittles design, the rainbow and all that but the name on on the package would say lashbites instead of skittles. Same for sourpatchkids, airheads, lifesavers. Every package will have that design but the... Read more »
You are running the risk of infringing upon the trademark, trade dress, and copyright rights of all of these brands. Even if the name is different, if you utilize packaging "look and feel" and/or artwork from another, you will have a very high...Read more »
My incarcerated brothers son was taken away from mother into dcs and placed with the mothers step mother. child protective services didnt try to contact paternal family or the father. There was a scheduled meeting that we attended that was found out from a friend an hour before it was scheduled.... Read more »
Unless you had a strong "parent-like" relationship with the child, you face an uphill battle challenging the CPS placement. There are a LOT of unanswered questions here which an Arizona family law attorney would need answered in order to provide you the assistance you need. Unless the...Read more »
An Arizona attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a general premise, signing an agreement has evolved from what it meant in the past. Digital keystrokes on a computer or other device have attained the same legal force as a traditional signature left by a pen on...Read more »
Capture video evidence and call 911. After you have contacted 911, you may, if safe to do so, request the parties stop damaging your property and leave. While Arizona law does allow citizens to use physical force in a reasonable manner to stop theft or damage to personal property, it is an...Read more »
I was involved in a hit and run about a year ago I was able to get the license plate and make a report to the police. I never followed up because I moved states and lost the documents, I’m back in Arizona now and where the damages that were caused during the hit and run are now causing my vehicle... Read more »
An Arizona attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. You could try that, but issues may arise as to notice - with either carrier. The general premise, regardless of jurisdiction, is that an insurance carrier needs notice within a reasonable time to investigate claims....Read more »
You need an attorney immediately. Time is critical to your claims. Often casinos have videos of incidents that they don't save unless they're provided with a properly worded "preservation letter." Most lay people cannot do this alone. Without video evidence of your fall on...Read more »
Four months prior to filing my lawsuit as a pro se litigant, I wrote a letter to the company I am now suing requesting preservation of ESI (in particular, security video). I also sent a second notice months after the filing of the case. Both letters were sent via certified mail. That security video... Read more »
Well, this isn't really a copyright question, but an evidentiary question. The failure to preserve or produce relevant evidence in a civil case can have consequences to the party who failed to preserve/produce. The legal concept is called spoliation. You should research that topic to...Read more »
The intent was for them to regain strength and return to a senior facility in Wyoming. If they die here are they subject to Arizona laws such a probate for estate? The Will was created in Wyoming with only money as assets.
My ex mother in law died in a car accident 3 days ago, she didnt have a will but has stated to multiple people that I was the one that she wanted to be executor. she was suppose to get in writing but died before doing so. She was living with her boyfriend who is a drug addict and was abusive to... Read more »
Unfortunately, when people do not put their wishes in writing, problems arise. What she said before her death, without written proof, may no longer apply. Her children are the best ones to open probate to get control of her assets. I recommend working with...Read more »
The subpoena should have detailed information on it regarding your right to object. However, if you do not have a viable, legal objection, you may be forced to testify. You should consult an experienced family law attorney to assist you with the matter. It is important that you do not ignore the...Read more »
The original Will allowed his wife to remain in the home until her death and then property would be transferred to us. 2 weeks before he died he changed the Will and left everything to her. We believe coercion was involved? What are our rights? How do we find out who his attorney is?
The first thing to do is to see the original will. If the wife has it she will need to submit it to probate court and the Clerk will then have the original. You have a right to see it and to question it, especially under the circumstances. One question I have is the value of the house, in...Read more »
I was the bosses daughters boss at another job. We ended up getting married but before we got married, the dad asked me to come work for him. I worked there for 16 yrs and ran the place for 10-12 yrs. Parents of wife said that I would always have job if we ever got divorced. Part of the business... Read more »
The laws of community property may apply here if your husband had any rights in business. Your divorce attorney can obtain information on ownership of the company. Information may also be available on the ACC website if the business is an Arizona entity. I would strongly recommend you go online...Read more »
Since your post remains open for a while, at this point you could consider checking with an Arizona attorney if this is something the person(s) appointed to handle the estate would handle - but if it was a matter of cash exchanged over a handshake, there might not be any record of it. Good luck...Read more »
I struggled to obtain a well paying job last year, I was let go once and I was out of a job for a few months, currently with COVID my income was affected. The first child support order was at $345 when I was consistently earning a decent income, but I no longer work there and my hours fluctuate,... Read more »
Child support can be modified in Arizona at anytime upon a showing of substantial change in circumstances. This can be done by one of 2 methods, a simplified modification where you file, serve the other party and if they don't request a hearing the Court orders your modification. There is a...Read more »
It is difficult for me to answer your questions with the facts you give me. I need to know whether your sister had other family...children, spouse or other brothers and sisters. Also who are creditors? Is there a mortgage (in AZ called Deed of Trust) on the...Read more »
Yes, you can start charging rent. But you will first need to terminate the current tenancy according to the terms of the Arizona Residential Landlord Tenant Code and any rental agreement or lease that may exist. Once the existing tenancy is terminated, you will be free to negotiate a new tenancy...Read more »
I requested a few days off for a minor surgery just over a month ago. It was denied because they say i have to be scheduled on the days I want off in order to get paid sick time. At the time I first requested the days the schedule wasn't made yet.
This is not a workers' compensation issue, it's related to your employment. You will need to find an attorney who accepts employment benefits cases and, in the meantime, you may want to ask your employer for a copy of any employee handbook or manual that has information about your leave...Read more »
Unfortunately it isn't clear what type of fraud you are alleging. Generally speaking, fraud claims need to be raised in the family court and within six months of the judgment or order procured by fraud. You may want to consult directly with a family lawyer to provide the additional context...Read more »
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