Our insurance company wants to have us sign papers to release the title for the vehicle . It is being totaled . The accident was not his fault , and the company’s insurance hasn’t claimed fault for it . I don’t feel like our insurance company should get hit with this , also Lexis nexus is... Read more »
Fortunately, you have insurance and one benefit of insurance is the assistance you receive in an incident like this. Your insurance company can deal with the insurance for the Brinks truck though inter-agency arbitration. But in the meantime, if your insurance will fairly cover your loss, you can...Read more »
I am on approved intermittent fmla from my company ( a large publicly traded one) to take care of my elderly mother. I would come in to work about 2 hrs later than regular start time daily to care for my 94 yr old mom before her caregiver arrived. We had been working from home for 2 weeks due to... Read more »
You can be furloughed if you are on FMLA leave, but you cannot be furloughed because you are on FMLA leave. There are a number of other potential issues raised by your message too complex to be addressed in an on-line response. Contact an employment attorney.
I suppose see if your landlord will agree to release you from the original lease and sign a new lease with all of you on it, or see if the current lease can be amended. Regardless, you are asking for trouble with the HOA by doing anything to add them onto the lease. I suggest you take a copy of...Read more »
Cause my girl would have to be at work at 7am. Me an her split up. An i have to use public transportation. I text my boss an told her the very first bus is at 730am. Thats the time the company wants you there now my boss said yea its fine that you will be in late. If it happens again you will be... Read more »
Unsure if I should use Class 09 or Class 42 for my company's brand name. Is making the video games I want to make, but then selling and/or offering them to be played by others considered a service for others?
The answer to your question depends on the specifics of your business. However generally speaking, a trademark symbol is used to identify the source of 'products/goods' that you are selling; and a service mark is used to identify the source of a 'service'. For example, when a potential customer...Read more »
I worked in Feb. as a freelance musician for an orchestra in Florida that now says they cannot pay what my contract says that I am owed. I am writing my pre-small-claims "demand for payment" letter & would like to cc the board to pressure them to make payment. I live in CA & would like to avoid... Read more »
You should send it to the person listed in the Notices provision of the contract. If no Notice provision send it to the person who signed the contract on behalf of the non-profit. Do not copy the Board members.
If you have been arrested, then your answer must say yes. It does not matter how long ago it was or if it was expunged or not. You are able to explain the circumstances of the arrest and the fact that it was expunged. You should also explain the reason it was expunged and why it should not weigh...Read more »
I refused the breathalyzer and field sobriety test. This is my first offense. Totally clean record up until this. I am unemployed. My company shut down due to COVID. I simply don't have the money required to pay at this time. Maybe set up a long-term payment plan if there is no pro bono... Read more »
We can't solicit or offer our services through this portal, however there are many directories of DUI attorneys in your area. I suggest you check out the National College for DUI Defense, AVVO, and FindLaw. Search for DUI lawyers in your area. Good Luck.
You should consult with a local real estate attorney if you need help with this. The quit claim deed may not be valid without the proper legal description. They are the specific words that describe the property in the public records.
I have a court date for 4/13/20. I received a voice mail 4/3/20 from the judge's assistant requesting I call her back so that she can give me instructions on how to do to a telephonic appearance. I have not called back. If I don't call back for instructions, will the judge issue a default judgment?... Read more »
If you were the judge in your case, wouldn't you rule against the party who was formally noticed for hearing and refused to communicate with the Court after the Court left a message on a working voicemail? If you do not cooperate, the Court will likely grant the summary judgment motion and...Read more »
Our agreement states that I claim my child for odd year returns. I claimed my child and now I am being audited to prove that I am qualified to claim the child as dependent, Head of Household and Earned Income Tax Credit. What do I need to know in order to satisfy their request?
Yes, you probably are legally married. In what state were you married; Florida doesn't have justices of the peace. If it was in another state, a document should have been recorded (perhaps with a clerk of court) there. Check with the appropriate agency in that other state.
My landlord passed away 10 days ago now (during the coronavirus ordeal). I have been living in my house for over 7 years and him and his wife have become more than family to us helping each other out every way we can. Immediately the daughter (who is very well off) is requesting rent. Still, I... Read more »
If there is a Will, it must be submitted to the clerk of the court in the county where the person lived within 10 days (this is rarely done or enforced for many reasons but it is the law). A probate will need to be filed, this likely will be delayed with the current status of the world/USA with...Read more »
I signed a lease on an apartment in Miami Dade . Lease starting date 3/13/2020. When doing the walk thru I found out there was not hot running water. The realtor I was doing the walk thru with said I could not move in without hot water in the apapartment, she would have it fixed and the starting... Read more »
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