My son was charged with third degree to sexual assault on his neice the attorney he had at the time they fired her my son has been in there 7 years now and my granddaughter which is his niece has told a new family member that her mother force her lie about her uncle that if she didn't her... Read more »
An Arkansas attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for two weeks. If you are represented by an attorney, you should pose this question to them. If not, you could reach out to the agency (this can be handled by human resources administration offices or their equivalent namesakes,...Read more »
her appointment on 8/10/20. They admitted her and sent her home by ambulance because we live on second floor apartment and she was unable to walk or talk when she came home. The hospital said there would be no charge to us since we had BCBS insurance and all deductible were met. The ambulance... Read more »
An Arkansas attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for three weeks. I'm very sorry for the loss of your wife. It's difficult to answer your question based on these brief facts. You could reach out to Arkansas attorneys who could retrieve medical records to make a more...Read more »
He called 911 to have them come out and assess his arm. The cops arrived... and i left with my mother.. she came to pick me up.. my concern is i am a nurse and i have a license to protect... any advise or legal suggestions. He is taking full responsibility for everything..
You should be o.k. Police Officers are great about considering the impact of their decisions on people. If you were not issued a citation or arrested, the police probably issued a police report. It is difficult to locate a copy.
This police report might be considered if there is another...Read more »
Do I have to comply? It’s an at will employer so can I chose to resign effectively immediately instead of complying with exit steps? I’ve reviewed my acceptance letter and employee handbook table of contents I signed and see nothing specifically addressing “exit interview and or exit... Read more »
I would keep an eye on any mail that comes in his name. Most likely they will mail him something at some point at which time you can contact them. Also look for any estate plans that he has in his home perhaps in a safe or filing cabinet. If he has an estate plan you can also try to contact the...Read more »
Employer having installation crew work double shifts, making them drive 4 hours back home expecting them back at work 4 hours later to travel again and work a double shift. One of the employees inadvertently put unleaded gas in diesel truck. He since left the company but they reversed his paycheck... Read more »
Thanks and it sounds like there are several legal issues here. There might be minimum wage and/or overtime violations based on 'reversing' his paycheck. He and others could be owed money. There also might be issues to take up with the DOT. Please contact a labor/employment lawyer
An Arkansas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. You could either repost under Criminal Law, but since time is probably of the essence in your actions, you may want to reach out to Arkansas criminal defense attorneys without further delay. You could locate them...Read more »
Are you wanting to schedule a free consultation? You can call (501) 891-6000 Monday to set something up. It probably goes without says, but your landlord is not allowed to lock you out of your home. However, you should be aware that if you had not been staying in your home for awhile and if you...Read more »
Generally, it depends on the language of your lease. Does your lease give the landlord the right to change the terms before it expires? If not, then your landlord would have to wait until the end of the lease to change any terms. If your landlord gives you notice that he intends to change the...Read more »
A vehicle loan company on a vehicle that was obtained during my marriage is trying to sue me (has filed a civil suit) for amount owed on the vehicle, that vehicle has been repossessed. I have since gotten a divorce and in the divorce decree it states that the plaintiff, who is my now ex-husband,... Read more »
Usually the court order regarding distribution of assets and liabilities is not binding on your creditors. You can contact the lending company and provide them with a copy of the court order and they may, if they so wish, attempt to collect only from your husband, but they are not required to do...Read more »
First, I am sorry for your loss. I am assuming that your grandmother passed away in Arkansas and that Arkansas laws apply to your situation. If your grandmother died without a will any property that is included in her probate estate would be divided between her surviving spouse (assuming that...Read more »
An Arkansas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. What you describe could happen to anyone on a stressful day. Contact an Arkansas criminal defense attorney to review the charges against you. It would be good to move quickly so they might be able to subpoena video...Read more »
He has made gang claims of AB and made threats of calling gang member to kill me after cops leave he has made threats with a pittbull he has came at me violently in front of witnesses he is mental person go to mental hospital alot so cops dont seem to want to make a legit case are whole... Read more »
The police are having issues because they must see the event occur. This neighbor most-likely does not act out in front of the police. You can file a complaint with your local prosecutor. Someone from the Prosecutor's office will review your statement and then make a decision whether or not to...Read more »
I am not married to the father of my child and As I understand the court system says I have to have someone to adopt my child; ie: boyfriend or husband. Why? I am willing and capable of taking full responsibility, I will establish a will with guardianship in case something happens to me and... Read more »
In Arkansas, you can adopt your own child. You don't need someone else to adopt the child for you or with you. Seems odd but you basically follow the adoption statute; i.e., you must be over 18, of sound mind, have no felonies on your record, be able to care for the child and a few others that...Read more »
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