I need some legal assistance so I purchased my car from , hired a guy to call me and trick me into taking my vehicle in for a smog check . So next I was left stranded and also did not give me or the dealer any notice of the vehicles personal belongings . Which by the way where removed by an... Read more »
You should contact your local police department (where the dealer was/is) and make a report that your car was stolen by these people. More than anything, though, you need a lawyer to help you. You can go to the Los Angeles County Bar Association's website (LACBA.com) and click on the...Read more »
I believe you are asking if your web address and user names need to match your business' name. If so, the answer is no. BUT, you are correct when you say you must make it clear that you are operating as a limited liability company, so your footer, signature, and other public information should...Read more »
She has been "stalking" me for 4-5 years. She follows all my business/social media activity and anytime I do something, she spams negative reviews, makes defamatory comments about me, has messaged 50+ of my friends/colleagues speaking poorly of me. This is hurting my business because... Read more »
I work as a direct support professional, working with mentally handicap patients in the state of California. My job requires me to have a certification/training outside of work on my own time in order to work there. The training is 8 hours long and mandatory to have this training within 6 months of... Read more »
Hello, under Federal Law, attendance at training programs is NOT counted as working time if all four of these criteria are met: : (1) it is outside normal hours, (2) it is voluntary, (3) not job related, and (4) no other work is concurrently performed.
I work for a small business of less than 10 employees. I contracted covid over a month and a half ago. Initially my employer told me to take two weeks off, then told me to take the rest of December off and they would schedule me for more hours in January. Then Jan came and they told me they... Read more »
No one here can know if you are going to be fired. As to what your options could be, it would be important to know if you work for an employer that has at least 5 employees. If not, there is little you can do. If yes, then you are protected by the Fair Employment and Housing Act, which may give...Read more »
You should provide to the attorney not only the bank account number but copies of all bank statements and all checks written. You should also advise the attorney regarding all properties sold and the disposition of the proceeds.
These are the kinds of questions and the kind of advice you should seek directly from an attorney rather than using this type of forum to get your answers. You would be best served by retaining legal counsel to handle your divorce case for you and/or on your behalf. You’ll get better and more...Read more »
My grandmother died several years ago leaving 2 houses paid for. How Is it possible for a house to still be in her name today, and with a loan on it in her name as well? The properties were inherited by her one surviving daughter who did not want either of them in her name (she had an automobile... Read more »
hello my name is Christopher A Dimas, I have been on parole for 6 years. I was convicted in 2012 and got released from the CDCR in 2014. i have been on parole since, i was told i was going to be on a 3 year parole when i was sentenced but when i got released i was told it is now a 5 year parole. so... Read more »
Fiance out on bail for driving on susp. false reg. & evading (arr. date 8/1/20) And old possession charge from 2018 that has a 14mo conditional sentence pending..he had a FTA warrant for (8/1/20 case) so he fled again and then crashed. New repeat charges are evading, false reg., & susp.... Read more »
The detectives did a stingray at my place of employment where I worked, that had nothing to do with me.. I got arrested because I was working on the premises as a security with the firearm and I didn't have a license for it, I went to jail for 2 months I got out and my car was impounded now... Read more »
So what exactly is your question? You should probably talk to a lawyer with experience in criminal matters involving the impounding of motor vehicles and obtaining their release. It sounds like the police took your personal property (your automobile) without probable cause and have refused to...Read more »
Also my mom was in a nursing home when she contracted covid-19. She died from complications of covid 11/14/20. They were under stay at home orders so no visitors were allowed. An employee brought covid into the nursing home. What are my options in sueing this nursing home.
The trustee and his or her attorney most likely are not returning your calls because they do not represent YOU. YOU need to hire a trust administration attorney to represent YOU. It could be that you simply don't know the right questions to ask and what information you are entitled to. A...Read more »
There are too many missing facts to answer this question. Take a copy of the current deed to the house and the last two deeds before that and a copy of a death certificate for your boyfriend to an attorney that practices both probate and real estate litigation.
I didn't mean to call the police. When I talked to the police they never handed me anything besides a paper about " youve experienced domestic violence" that has no information or told me I had to go to court and never handed me a pink slip, idk if that was important. I still talk to... Read more »
You may not need to go to court unless there is a jury trial. However, finding your own representation can be essential whatever your position in regards to your partners case. In short, you may want to advocate for or against conviction of your partner. This can be accomplished with greater...Read more »
Most likely, but it will depend on the terms in the finance agreement. If she can sell it for more than $14,000 and pay off the balance, she just might make some money in the process! Otherwise, she should read the terms of the finance agreement and/or call the finance company to make other...Read more »
Prior to January 1, 2021, the federal FFCRA provided for payment when you were required to stay home due to Covid. However that law ended at the end of last year. Absent that law, your employer has no duty to pay you for time you are not working, even if they have refused to allow you to return...Read more »
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