"Penalties may be waived upon payment of the registration fees due when a transferee (including a dealer) applies for transfer and it is determined that the registration penalties accrued prior to the transferee’s date of purchase and the transferee was not aware that the registration fees for...Read more »
It is a crime to physically assault another person. It is also a civil tort, giving rise to a right to sue for the damages associated with the assaults. From an employment law perspective, your employer has an affirmative legal duty to provide you with a workplace free of violence.
My grandmother recently added my aunt and her husband to the deed of her home and the was told she could require they sell the home and split the money between us 5 grandkids. Is this true in California. Doesn’t a deed supersede a will? And if my aunt is a beneficiary on all her other accounts... Read more »
There is a presumption affecting the burden of proof that title to property is what it is, and that challengers that seek to prove otherwise must produce clear and convincing evidence to the contrary. It’s certainly possible that grandma conveyed title with an understanding that the property...Read more »
I went to home depot to have a new door installed. I talked to an employee. They took down my info and said contractors would contact me. One of their contractors started the door install. We started talking about a remodel of bath and kitchen. He started the next day. NOW HE DID THE DEMOLITION... Read more »
Need more information. You haven't provided enough background facts to permit a reasoned analysis. Answer these questions: 1. Who? (did what to whom, i.e. are all the witnesses); 2. What? (happened) 3. When (did it happen); 3. Where? (did it take place) 4. How? (did it all happen) and tell me about...Read more »
My grandmother passed november 2018 and left an unsigned deed. This deed leaves the home to her son and nephew. Her son has collected 12000 from the tenants, half the rent was payed none of the bills were. Is that embezzlement or rent skimming?
After one teant moved out (july 15) he came in... Read more »
More Information: This happened approximately 40 years ago and my relationship with the individual ended shortly after (1 yr.) that time. When I asked for ownership of the photos of me, he said, "I don't know where they are." During the interim, since I do not trust the individual-- he is an... Read more »
My wife and I have been married for a year I currently reside in Sacramento California and she lives down in Los Angeles she has a 3 year old son. Her and the kids father have a joint custody agreement where the mother has the son the majority of the time.
Wrongful death and DUI. Grandma was guardian of children but she was in trouble by the law at the time and they refused to give her the money. Children just learned of the lawsuit and want to know if it can be recovered since they are innocent of grandma criminal activity
1. The children recover the money, not the guardian, so the Grandmother's criminal history would not be relevant. Any money is placed either in a blocked account (not accessible until the children turn 18), or is deposited into an annuity that pays out specified sums on a specified timetable....Read more »
The best move for you now if you wish to pursue claims for wage penalties associated with meal or rest periods that were not provided is to locate and consult with an experienced employment law attorney as soon as possible to explore your facts and determine your options. I would suggest you look...Read more »
Usually when the refusal to register is based on descriptiveness, the examining attorney includes a description of some options that are available to you. Apparently you have not considered these options.
If you add the logo or something else, the mark being considered is no longer the...Read more »
You had no right to give away someone else's dog. If the owner could not be located, the dog should have been given to Animal Control for it to put up for legal adoption. If the owner decides to sue you and/or the new "owner", s/he stands a good chance of success. You and/or the new "owner" may...Read more »
Beginning by signing a no bond that clearly isn’t wat she told me it was!& that the attorney was for us 3, I’ve not been able to step foot in my parents home,& she had a garage sale w/ out my knowledge that led to a fight n the police were called I’ve got the report is was NOT my fault! Now... Read more »
If you think your sister is not qualified to be the executor of your mom's estate, you should hire your own attorney to oppose her appointment or, if she has already been appointed, to have her removed.
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