My parenting time is from 4pm Friday to 5pm Sunday. Holiday is from 6pm Friday to 10 am Sunday. Do I get my child late and return him early or do I just do my normal parenting time even though the holiday falls through my weekend?
The BEST approach is always to resolve any dispute with your co-parent. The fact that you are on here asking this question leaves the impression that you and your child's other parent are not successfully communicating regarding custody issues. In the absence of the ability to treat each other...Read more »
My felony dangerous drug case has been going on for 1 1/2 yrs and out of five public defender's who all quit due to "conflict of interest" on their part, has not one of them even asked me about the case or wanted to discuss it so now the other day my public defender texts me telling... Read more »
You need to contact your attorney in writing, via email, and ask to sit down to discuss everything. Before the meeting you should request copies of your discovery (police reports, and any evidence the state intends to use to support their case at trial). The attorney should then walk you through...Read more »
I am starting an art opinion blog, writing about museums, galleries, and exhibitions. I take my own photos of the artwork in these spaces when allowed. I would like to post these pictures on my blog to add detail but am worried about the legality of posting pictures of someone else's... Read more »
This will most likely fall within the exception of "fair use" in copyright law, but be sure to check to see if some of sculptures are also subject to a trademark registration (see, e.g., Space Needle, Golden Gate Bridge).
Also check the Terms of Entry with every single museum to...Read more »
I found jewelry in trash found at curb. (I find so much on curbs and make money selling it on FB marketplace) Took it to coin shop to see if it was gold. I got $182 for it. Fast forward. I took it to trial and was found guilty by jury. Gods honest truth I did not steal it nor did I know it was... Read more »
You can be CHARGED with anything. The State will still have to prove your guilt. If you were in possession of stolen goods, the prosecutor will assume you're guilty. Only the COURT offers you the presumption of innocence, the prosecutor is not so bound.
She was told that she had to take the company phone home with her and be "on call" until 9:30 each night (she works from 7:30-4:30 normally) in order to get a raise. Now they are adding Sundays as well saying that was discussed and it was not.
This certainly could be a substantial and continuing change of circumstances which would justify you asking for a modification or change in your child support obligation. Consult a family law attorney to discuss the matter in greater detail.
I inherited a manufactured home from my father. The deed was transferred to me but not the mortgage. It has an unfavorable rate, 6.875%. The 30 year loan originated in 2006. I was told by the bank that because it was manufactured home I could not refinance. Loan balance to value is about 50%
An Arizona attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. I'm sorry for your ordeal and stressful situation. Unfortunately, when it comes to property loss cases, pain and suffering does not generally enter the equation. That is a measure of damages that arises in...Read more »
This seems so crazy to me but I'm actually asking these questions on behalf of my 60 year old significant other who was born in Copenhagen, Denmark in 1960. His mother married an officer in the US military who was stationed somewhere over on that side of the world back then. They married.... Read more »
Hey, you may be able to access his immigration records through the freedom of information act. You may need to know the case number for his moms application. Perhaps Kim is also a beneficiary of his stepfathers US citizenship. It is best to consulte an experienced immigration attorney before...Read more »
I have had great tenants for 3 years renting my home. I am selling my house, and I would be interested in offering it to them (they have expressed interest previously). As agent fees usually run about 6%, I was wondering if I could write a retroactive contract wherein a portion (equal to that 6%)... Read more »
I do not recommend using any kind of retroactive contract. A normal residential real estate purchase contract should be used to document this transaction. But your intention is fine. There is no problem in reducing the purchase price of the home in any amount that you and your tenants agree...Read more »
In Maricopa County, AZ. Father was a widower with two equal heirs, myself and brother, he has (had) a will and trust document drawn up. I also obtained an estate EIN. His only account transferred as a POD account. No other assets, except this $1,800 check.
If you are in Kileen, Texas, it will be very difficult for you to get personal assistance in your case unless you are hiring an attorney (I presume when you say "help" you are looking for legal assistance without cost). It is difficult to provide much more specific advice because there...Read more »
You are typically entitled to reinstatement to your position or to an equivalent position (with equivalent hours) upon return from an FMLA-qualifying leave that does not exceed the maximum 12-week allotment. This right to reinstatement exists even if your employer replaced you while you were on...Read more »
That is actually the case number, not the charge. I'm not sure though county the case is in, but I am guessing "FE" stands for "felony". If that is correct, then at least one of the charges (there could be more than one) is fairly serious.
Even though this seems like a simple questions it is not. It is actually a very complicated question because the law is very complicated. It is complex in order to make certain that none of the people involved are committing fraud.
The tenant has interfered with the sale of the property for over a year ,badgering buyers. When the tenant learned the property sold he refused access to realtor and inspector along with non payment of rent and numerous lease violations the judgement was awarded and he was to be evicted. The escrow... Read more »
First, I am not an Arizona lawyer. But perhaps you can file a motion requesting the court to lift the stay, for all the reasons you have noted and any other reason having to do with the appeal. But it seems like the tenant is just stalling for time, so if the stay is not lifted, it shouldn't...Read more »
There is no friend category that you can sponsor someone to get a green card from another country. Your friend can get a green card either by marriage to an American citizen or marriage to a green card holder. She can get a green card by getting sponsored for a job, but that job must be tied to the...Read more »
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