I have been furloughed for COVID, now my boss is telling me she cant afford to bring me back and can only pay me for 2 more weeks or I will have to renegotiate my contract. I am getting ready to sign a mortgage so this ie really putting me in a bind.
I would recommend reaching out to an employment law attorney in your state. It sounds like your employment is governed by a contract, so if your employer is not meeting their obligation within that contract, they may be in breach. There are different strategies that can be taken depending on your...Read more »
It depends. If you have an employment contract signed by you and the employer stating that you will receive a specified salary and the employer is no longer paying you that salary, the employer may be in breach of the contract. However, employers routinely send offer letters to prospective...Read more »
She is a beneficiary of the trust and the RMDs are to be used for her medical and living expenses each year. The executor does not want to distribute the RMD this year but she relies on it for her medical care. Does she have any recourse?
It is not possible to answer your question without reviewing the trust instrument. The answer depends on the distribution standard in the trust, and distribution standards vary a great deal from trust to trust.
By the way, the administrator of a trustee is usually called the...Read more »
The insurance company decided the other driver was at fault for an accident I was in recently. My car is not drivable and as a result I can’t see my therapist who has said I should be there every week. I have really been struggling without access to therapy, is it worth opening an emotional... Read more »
This sounds like it would be difficult case, if it were to be based on not being able to get to a therapist's office due to an inoperable vehicle, for which the fix could ordinarily be a rental vehicle or reimbursement of transportation expenses. Emotional trauma can be an element of damages...Read more »
the same individuals, as debt collectors for different entities, who are lawyers, has moved the court to sheriff sale two family properties, in less than four years, for an alleged debt and are currently attempting to move the court on a third family property, where I domicile, with no original... Read more »
This is a matter for a Delaware attorney, but your post remains open for four weeks. It's difficult to tell exactly what is taking place, whether the other side is filing motions for change of venue. A quick consult with a Delaware attorney should be able to determine your best course of...Read more »
I cofounded a S corporation in Delaware a few months ago and left the company as the board member and employee after a couple of months due to disputes with my partner. I still kept the shares (50%) because I was not compensated for the work I did. The company was a start-up and did not have any... Read more »
Depends on what's in the operating agreement/by-laws. What was the underlying entity that was S-elected? S-corps cannot be created at the state level, you have to have a registered entity upon which to elect S status. The IRS will use the entity law to determine owner liability and...Read more »
A med mal case is too complex a matter on which to give cookbook-style step-by-step instructions. If someone replied to you along the lines of: serve summons and complaint, conduct discovery, file note of issue, await trial, select jury, etc., it would be worthless. The entire process can take...Read more »
The law generally presumes that caring for an elderly parent is done purely out of love and affection and not for compensation UNLESS there is an agreement to pay compensation, preferably in writing. Also, keep in mind that if you do manage to prove your claim against the estate for caregiver...Read more »
You'll have long term capital gains (Carryover holding period from the deceased) equal to the sales amount less the fair market value on the date of death (due to stepped up basis) (or alternate valuation date if that was used), less any costs of sale.
divided between us. I live in DE - she lives in GA where the lawyer is - there has been nothing posted in paper regarding death or collections? she is asking me to make her "sole executor" which i do not want to do. What are my options to resolve this issue & split the inheritance?
She might want to be sole executor solely for convenience. Or she might want to keep the executor fee all for herself. Or, she might have more even more nefarious reasons. There is no way any attorney answering this question can know.
Your grandmother had reasons for naming both of...Read more »
He may interview the witnesses to see what they have to say. With their permission he may record the calls. Some states allow recording without permission but jurors tend to think that is unfair and sneaky. If the witnesses testify at trial, and say something contradictory to what is in a recorded...Read more »
CDL license renewal requires you show proof of a name change that is different from your birth name. I have a problem because When I got married I used my stepfather's last name due to the fact I did not like my last name. Now they courts say I have to show proof how my name changed.
If I pay all the pay day loans there isn't enough money to pay the cell phone bill, the car insurance, the Verizon bill and the car loan. I am a teacher. The shame and the stress is killing me. Can you please give me some advice.
You should definitely consult with a Chapter 7 Specialist in your area. You don't indicate what your salary is, or if you are a dual income household, or many other items that a good Bankruptcy Counsel will ask. Please seek someone in your state, and don't hesitate to ask for a...Read more »
You should be able to. Those types of consumer troubleshooters often try to intervene and assist in solving problems for people in the community. But they don't generally act as legal advocates. If you do go to an attorney, bring your earlier efforts with the TV station to their attention, so...Read more »
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