Items was clocked out and cashed out and was told to go home heard from someone that not the store manager but a regular employee that I no longer have a job but no manager or upper management has informed me that I no longer work there the person was told by the manager I got into it with I no... Read more »
You really need to discuss your issues with an experienced employment lawyer. You can find good ones by looking up the California Employment Lawyer's Association (CELA) and going to their website (https://cela.org/index.cfm). You can cut and paste this link into your browser, or simply Google the...Read more »
If you mean a medical practice PC, probably not. However, the question is unclear. What is it you want to do? Just mentioning "holding shares through a joint venture" does not give much of a hint about what legal solution might be appropriate.
There was mild traumatic brain injury to my passenger. I was not under the influence and I dont have a license. I'm 18 years old. I did call 911 to bring help to passenger but I panicked and went to get help from mom.
You could be punished both for the new crime and buy additional time remaining on the probation case. I strongly recommend not commenting any further about details and hiring an attorney right away. Sounds like he did a lot of good things at the beginning that may help you at the end.
The light fixture just fell from an apartment that we just rent. Luckily, no one got injured. But, we, as college students, still felt that this incident was very dangerous. However, the leasing office response was "everything could happen." The argue point was that we signed the contract only two... Read more »
She secretly no sign no one came to look at home I suddenly got call saying I have to move I ain't greedy I don't want the money I want what my dad's wish was to save home for future generations my mom put herself on deed my dad would say I thought it was them fighting again but the way my mom... Read more »
You narrative is missing a whole lot of important facts, like whether or not your dad had a will and how the house was titled. The best way to sort this out would be to schedule a consultation with a will contest attorney in your area. This forum is for questions of a general nature. For...Read more »
The best way to do this is to hire an attorney to assist you. Most estate planning and trust administration attorneys (such as myself) do this on a regular basis. The fee is usually quite affordable compared to the litany of problems you could experience in the future if this is not done...Read more »
We now live in Iowa how do I convert to a chapter 7 Some of the remaining $8000 owed in my plan is to my attorney which is a bit awkward what are my options. Would I have to fly to California to attend the meeting of creditors or can it be done remotely given the expense to travel
A chapter 13 case can be converted to chapter 7 at any time. It is a fairly simple form. I recommend you talk with your attorney or if he will not assist you because you owe him money, you will likely need to find another attorney to advise you about the conversion and have your attorney...Read more »
The tenant sends me a text that they are coming to view the property. However she text me 30min-5hr before. Is she allowed to bring people to view the property and if so is there a certain amount of time she needs to give us before bringing people.
Yes, she can show the property to prospective tenants while you still live there, but you are entitled to written notice, and 24 hours is presumed a reasonable amount of time. If you want to insist on your right to proper notice, you should carefully read Civil Code section 1954:...Read more »
Workmens comp covered medical bills and I still have back pain and headaches and I am insured but have a deductible im asking for the deductible to be reimbursed but after a year having trouble collecting from the other party now we are starting the paperwork for small claims court and I was just... Read more »
Under CA law isn’t this required. If I’m pressing charges, wouldn’t this help me with my prosecution of the perpetrator? My MFT thinks that her talking to police is NOT IN MY BEST INTEREST? I do not understand, does she not believe me????
I originally said it's a maybe, then he asked for size and shipping, so he has that info. I thought I would be good cause I was gonna start working so I would be able to buy it (I even told him that). Its been about 3 weeks and he said that he was going to call the police. can he do that?
I am sorry to hear about your asylum clock issue. If you believe that your asylum clock was stopped in error you should contact the court administrator where your removal proceedings are pending and inquired about the issue. They will be able to tell you what's the...Read more »
This is only a basic question & answer board. That's probably why the post remained open for three weeks. If you are still seeking an attorney, it might be quicker to simply approach attorneys on the site (under Find a Lawyer), conduct an independent search on your own, or look into the resources...Read more »
My mom relocated to a managed care facility last year. If I purchase the home she lived in for 50 yrs, will I be excluded from reassessment of the property and be able to continue getting the prop 13 tax advantages and if so, does it need to be my primary residence?
Whether it's a sale or gift of property to you by a parent, you should still qualify for the parent to child reassessment exemption under Proposition 58 which extends Prop 13 protection to the child, regardless of whether that child is a minor or an adult. If the property being transferred is the...Read more »
Thank you for your previous answers. Ms. Whitehurst, what other "eventualities" are you referring to? And, Mr. Gaffney, so, is it necessary and/or advised to obtain a physician's letter stating she has "the mental capacity to understand what she is signing"? We are also awaiting approval for SSI... Read more »
If a person has some impairment, then you are right to worry that someone may later claim that they did not have the capacity to sign the document. We usually work the other way around (getting a doctor to say someone is incompetent), but I like your defensive thinking in making sure that she has...Read more »
It’s against the law in California to possess, produce or distribute “obscene matter” depicting children younger than 18. This would be a violation of PC 311, the state’s child pornography law. In cases where both parties are under 18, state courts have been known to show some leniency....Read more »
I am a 1-1 instructional aide for a high school boy with an IEP. He has a history of violence and aggression. Recently, He is out of control and has threatened to physically harm me more than once. His parents are aware and apologetic. They would like him moved to another school that specializes... Read more »
I’m a 1-1 and am required to follow him everywhere throughout the day but he is increasingly defiant and making threats. I recently took several days off and often see a therapist for the issues I have with this kid. The school hasn’t given him repercussions and I don’t feel safe but can not... Read more »
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