answered on Oct 24, 2020
From your post, it appears you are looking for a lawyer and you have been waiting two weeks for a response. But this is not a law firm or lawyer referral service. It is only a Question and Answer board, for brief answers to general legal questions. You could conduct independent searches on your own... Read more »
I had a contractor file misclassification case against my company with DES & IRS. I filed an appeal with DES after they determined she was an employee along with my other contractors, 2 of which were my mom and daughter. They took what she said for truth and never asked any of my other... Read more »
answered on Oct 5, 2020
First, I am not a Kansas lawyer. That being said, usually just filing an appeal does NOT stay the lower court's judgment. The appealing party has to ask the lower court for a stay, generally by motion. You say that it has been 10 months since you filed your appeal--have you filed a brief yet?... Read more »
And to show proof of license but on my ticket it just says to pay my ticket And doesn’t state that I need to be in court and doesn’t have a date either, there is only a date to pay .. what does this mean?
answered on Jul 29, 2020
Hard to answer without knowing exactly what ticket the officer issued you. My assumption is that you were issued a failure to exhibit licences summons. This ticket is payable and does not require a court appearance. Although if you hire an attorney, they'll maybe be able to reduce the fines on... Read more »
We immigrated to the USA and then my family got their citizenships after 5 years, but at that time I was under 18 and I wasn’t able to get mine, according to the lawyer who filed my parent’s citizenship application. But I got a US passport using my parent’s citizenship. Now I’m 23 and I... Read more »
answered on May 19, 2020
That doesn't make any sense. You were likely included on your parents' application and are a citizen, but just mistaken. You should file a FOIA request to find out what's really going on, through a lawyer.
I am taking a class in public school law.
answered on Nov 6, 2019
A place to start might be to look into the Americans with Disabilities Act and related state legislation, and possibly how building codes and fire & public safety codes address these issues. Good luck
answered on Jun 4, 2019
A limited liability company (LLC) in Kansas may have a structure as determined by the operating agreement. LLC's were created simplify governance as compared to regular corporations. The organizers/members of an LLC have broad discretion to define the control strucure. A single member LLC... Read more »
He had a bank acct with 33,000.00 in it that the probate judge said he could only use on the estate, however he used it for personal. He also lost a 2010 Camaro to a payday loan place. I just want to know if I can petition the court for possession of one property that he didn't pay property... Read more »
answered on Sep 1, 2017
You describe an estate in which the administrator has (a) failed to pay taxes and caused a property to be at risk for loss; (b) converted estate property for personal use; (c) lost another property to repossession due to unpaid obligations; and (d) failed to conclude an estate in a four-year... Read more »
in back child support. My children are grown! What is happening?
answered on Aug 4, 2016
You need to get a statement of what it's for--how they arrived at the figure. Maybe you had arrearages? Once you find out contact legal services in your county.
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