Only a California attorney could advise as to state rules on this, but your post remains open for four weeks. As a general matter in any jurisdiction, it is very common to pay by credit card. It usually depends on whether the law firm accepts the form of payment, which many do these days. It is...Read more »
Without knowing anything about what the membership agreement or circumstances involve, as a general matter, you could look to the terms of the agreement. Look at the clauses that govern termination or cancellation. Outside of the agreement, if there were any factors that you feel would undermine...Read more »
Police are simply doing their job and conducting an investigation. They are allowed to ask family members about your whereabouts. I think its unfortunate that decided to attend your brother's workplace, it shows either bad judgment or deliberate desire to put pressure on you by embarassing...Read more »
Those are very different fields. I suggest you speak with your career counselor. If you do not have one, reach out to local lawyers or the local lawyer bar association to see if they have mentor programs for highschool students. You can do the same for the field of correctional officer....Read more »
I just purchased a used vehicle and I had my vehicle towed to my friends house to do some work on it to get it ready to smog and get registered. My friend called me to let me know the parking maid and tow truck were there and towing vehicle. I did not and have not heard from nor been warned about... Read more »
It depends on the context of how the name was used. If it was done intentionally and with the aim of deceiving the other side in a matter, it could be considered fraud. It could further depend if the use was defined by civil statute or criminal code. This was not presented as a question, but if you...Read more »
This is a concisely phrased question, but the answer could go on for pages. There are so many things that can do this. An important factor would be a lack of good evidence. Another could be that the evidence is false or misleading. Flawed analysis could be a factor, where even where there is good...Read more »
was being overcharged. I let Fresno state know that I was a California resident for years. They fixed my status and refunded me for the August semester but they refused to refund me for January's semester. They told me since that semester was over I could not request for a refund even if it... Read more »
You may need to immediately file an administrative grievance with the school for the appropriate tuition adjustment. Note that the statute of limitations for complaints against public entities is very short, so time is of the essence. See: http://www.courts.ca.gov/9618.htm
Okay there’s a story to my question, recently I lost my brother but before he passed away he had a surgery if there’s a way to prove due to the surgery he lost his life could there be a chance to take the hospital to court. After the surgery his health worsened and the hospital instead of... Read more »
I'm sorry for the loss of your brother. Consult with a California attorney; you should be able to locate one who gives free consultations. Based on the limited facts, it's difficult to say whether the actions (or omissions of actions) on the part of the hospital/other medical providers...Read more »
She gets no income but social security are not taking this into account. She lives in her son's home and is being charged rent but they did not take the letter which was showing that. She is separated from her husband and they count his income.
Your position should be that you own that trailer now because you did what they asked you to do, made it your home, fixed it up, and now it is yours. This is one area in which possession is 9/10 of the law. You are in possession, so stay in possession.
My family keeps saying that when I turn 18, if I have any sexual relations with my boyfriend who will only be 17, it can be considered statutory rape, but I've also heard that if you've been dating the person for a certain amount of time that it doesn't count as statutory rape. I am... Read more »
Sex with a minor is a crime. Consent from a minor is legally impossible. If both parties are minors, they may both be charged with a crime. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney such as myself....Read more »
Hitting someone is a crime. Hitting a person under 18 is an aggravated assault and battery - a felony. Hopefully that will tempt you to avoid that person. You can file a restraining order against her if she pursues you, and you can contact the police if she's criminally harassing you. More...Read more »
We are having a baby in June and he will be moving in March. I am under the impression from what the lawyer said that my boyfriend will not have any rights to my house as long as I don't add him to title or we don't get married. Technically he will be renting from me (without a lease... Read more »
Your boyfriend will not have rights in the house just because he pays some bills, so long as you don't agree to give him an interest in the house and it is clear that he is a tenant. I've seen this get ugly when people aren't...Read more »
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