A personal injury attorney. If you did not become physically ill, require medical attention or psychological counseling, your recovery won't be a whole lot. A personal injury attorney can explain the details.
Yes, but there are some steps you will likely need to follow. You are likely in a bailment situation where you will be required to take reasonable care of his property for some period of time and to provide him with formal notice to make arrangements to pick it up. If so, typically 30 days is...Read more »
You haven't provided much detail so we really can't provide you with a meaningful answer - especially in a limited forum like this however, a sibling can not change your mother's will - only your mother could do that. Your best bet is to consult with a local wills and estates...Read more »
I have been staying with my mother and her boyfriend for years now being they're older and dont drive. while not on the lease but the landlord has known have been recieving mail for years there also. So can the landlord just all of a sudden for no reason say im not allowed over there or is... Read more »
If the persons who are legally obligated on the lease have a written lease agreement, that agreement controls. Typically that written agreement says how many people can occupy the premises and who is authorized to reside there. That written agreement states how changes can be made. So, your first...Read more »
Essentially I was promised the same type of equity the owner had as part of my total compensation. This is in writing through emails and recorded conversations. The owner was looking at an outside person for advice on many situations, whereby this outsider told me to take action contrary to the... Read more »
It depends. The primary issue will be what does the written document say about the "equity" and the effect your termination has on it. You should consult with an employment attorney as soon as possible.
This is the functional equivalent of asking us to teach you how to rebuild your car's transmission if you aren't a mechanic. There is simply too much information to covey in a forum like this. Your best bet is to consult with a local attorney. That said, in essence a 50 (c) usually...Read more »
My business partner got power-hungry and locked me out of my company email and quickbooks account as well as the bank account. She has contacted customers and told them to cease further communication with me. What can I do legally? I am 50% shareholder and a company officer.
A North Carolina attorney could advise best, but you await a response for two weeks. Your post could be a little bit difficult to respond to. Unlike many of the basic general legal questions that are posted here, your matter appears complex in nature. To give you any kind of meaningful guidance, an...Read more »
A North Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. There's no guarantee all questions are picked up, but if you reposted in the Probate and Estate Planning categories, your question might have better chances of getting picked up. Your question is...Read more »
I am in a custidy battle. I have 2 children, each have a different father. With my youngest son, I tested positive for drugs when I gave birth and a CPS case was automatically opened. Everything was fine with the baby at birth and at home, the home visits went well, I wasn't found to be... Read more »
I had a question about jurisdiction that I was hoping you could help me with. Long story short - my son's father filed for custody in one county. I live in another county. Technically, our son has lived in both.t He voluntarily agreed to pay child support to me, and that order lasted a few... Read more »
Asking the question in a different way isn't going to yield different results. Without seeing the paperwork, our best guess is going to be - who knows. You say the child support was voluntary but then mention Orders and Motions -which indicates you likely are not using the correct...Read more »
I had a question about jurisdiction that I was hoping you could help me with. Long story short - my son's father filed for custody in one county. I live in another county. Technically, our son has lived in both. However, at one point he was voluntarily agreed to pay child support to me, and... Read more »
Typically jurisdiction is where the child has primarily resided for the last six months. If you had court ordered child support, the order likely would have stated where jurisdiction is and that would likely still be proper assuming the child did not primarily reside anywhere else for more than...Read more »
Frankly, yes I want his arrest to be a problem for him. We're fighting for custody so isn't that the game we're playing? "I'm better fit than you" No blame-game here (I made the decisions that led me here) but he is painting a inaccurate picture. Simply put - in the... Read more »
If he was charged but not found guilty, that isn't really a problem for him. Courts care about convictions, and sometimes about pending charges, but don't care about charges which were dismissed or where the person was found not guilty.
My son's father alleges that I am "on probation for felony conviction" and that is true. However, that is misleading (in my opinion) because he was actually charged with the same crime and arrested with me - just I was convicted and he was not (I was on probation so I was in a bad... Read more »
Essentially want you are saying is you want his arrest to be a problem for him when it is convenient or beneficial for you - this is likely not gonna fly with the Court. Another way to think of it is, regardless of what you believe to be true, do you really want to present evidence in court that...Read more »
Improper venue- we live in different counties. I'm enrolled in a Native American tribe in ANOTHER county. My son lives with me. Yet, he could provide records our child lived with him last, only because he transfered our son to a different school, without my consent or knowledge. I didn't... Read more »
I am going to give a total cop-out answer, but you really need to speak with a local family law attorney. There appears to be a lot going on in your case, and I am hesitant to give advice because I feel like I don't know the whole story.
I highly doubt that a motion to dismiss or a...Read more »
A North Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. It can depend on the region, as different cities or towns can have different ordinances. Further, there could be conditions in DMV inspections in some states. Good luck
They marketed it as a completely new event, changed the price, and refuse to offer deposits back. They have offered other options such as transferring it to next year, pay for the new event, or lose your deposit. It seems pretty reasonable that you should get your money back if they cancel an... Read more »
This new world comes with new problems. Without knowing about the event, the terms and conditions related to the deposit, or any agreements you have with the event, it is very tough to give you an answer. An example may help. If you bought an airline ticket and your flight was canceled due to...Read more »
I signed a 5 year no competition contract with the promotion of a assistant manager Jan 1st 2018 . I moved to California for almost a year, then moved back to North Carolina . She hired me back I never signed anything when I moved back . Also now that she has let me go she is say I owe her the... Read more »
If you were an employee, and the money she gave you was for work you performed, it is not likely that you owe the money to her. If you were an employee, and it was not for work you performed, she might have a claim. If you were an independent contractor, the answer to the question would depend....Read more »
My father passed away and I am his executor and sole heir; my siblings were not granted anything in his will. He died at home, and the police gave his keys to my brother who lives next door. Immediately afterwards, my brother took my dad's truck and put it on his own property. The police... Read more »
The police won't get involved, as they do not want to be in the middle of interpreting civil documents, unless that civil document is a Court Order. As executor, you have a duty to collect all property and then distribute it. If he won't return the property, or buy it for a fair market...Read more »
My (now) ex and I share the same phone plan. It is under his name and he pays for it. I used to just give him my half every month. Now that we are broken up, I blocked him on everything. I am figuring out getting my own phone plan but there is technically still money that I owe him to date.... Read more »
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