A Hawaii attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. For MFT (marriage family therapy?) issues, a divorce or family law attorney could be able to offer meaningful input. There are headings for those those areas here. Not all questions get picked up, but if you wanted...Read more »
She left him a year after they purchased the house. She moved off island. She has never paid the mortgage or anything. He and I have been together for 8 years now, living in the house. He and I have a child together and are married. If anything were to happen to him or me, we want to make sure our... Read more »
I have 3 children’s. My oldest child is in college and the other two are still in high school. My ex husband is 13,000 back pay child support. He resides in another state. How can I get information how when am I going to get the back child support payments?
Contact the Hawaii child support services agency. Once you make application they will do the legal work to collect child support owed. It is not a quick process, but it is essentially free and they catch up to non-payers who have arrears.
A Hawaii attorney could best advise, but your post remains open for four weeks. You may want to repost this and add the categories Probate and Estate Planning. There's no guarantee that every question is picked up, but you could have better chances of a response with those additional...Read more »
My name is Carol im from the Philippines I am a US citizen as my dad had petitioned me to come to Hawaii before he had died. During his last days he said that he was in the US army and he had bought and paid for a home for my mom and me on the island of Hawaii. He told me to come and claim the home... Read more »
Check for a Probate Action in both the County where he died and where the property lies. If no Probated Will then the Heirs At Law own the property, which should include you. You probably need an attorney to establish your title, and a Partition Sale may be necessary.
A Hawaii attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. One option, which you likely already realize, could be to sit down with a local attorney familiar with the new laws and identify issues that could arise in the future. You could also contact social workers and...Read more »
A Hawaii attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a GENERAL matter, if a contract is valid, it should be legal and binding. If it's a standard contract that has been used for years without being challenged and it contains the requirements of a valid...Read more »
I'm very sorry for the loss of your father. A Hawaii attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. You could reach out to Hawaii attorneys to discuss further. An attorney could investigate the matter further and request records for review with a medical...Read more »
A Hawaii attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. There most likely are such laws, as invasion of privacy is addressed in virtually every jurisdiction. It's a broad offense and can cover different wrongful acts, from disclosing sensitive information to casting the...Read more »
Contacted Coca-Cola they're sending one free case coupon animal that looks like inside the can been freaking out for about 45 minutes now there was a f****** animal inside or some sort of leg and in my can of soda that I drink some of the liquid and spit it out and made me puke I can send you... Read more »
A Hawaii attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. In such cases, despite any distress one may experience, legal remedies tend to be based on actual damages. That generally means injuries of significance and duration/permanence, supported by medical documentation. You...Read more »
A Hawaii attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. It's possible you could, but the more important issue might be how the agreement/contract treats such a cancellation. It could establish damages for doing something like that. You could review the contract with a...Read more »
A Hawaii attorney would be able to advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. To remove from state court to federal district court, the party would generally need to establish a basis for subject matter in federal court. You could review the paperwork with a Hawaii attorney. That...Read more »
You should speak with the Hawaii unemployment department. Each state has different provisions for unemployment and this information can be obtained from the department. It is not a question requiring the assistance of an attorney.
A Hawaii attorney could best advise, but your post remains open for two weeks. As a general premise, you could possibly be liable. Owners of trees could be liable if it is determined that they were negligent. And that element of negligence could be subject to different interpretations - failing to...Read more »
A Hawaii attorney is best qualified to answer your question, but your post remains open for three weeks. Until you are able to consult with a local attorney, the general consensus throughout the nation during this pandemic appears to support businesses requiring the wearing of masks. If you are...Read more »
If asked to justify their decision with the weighing of the potential benefits vs. potential drawbacks (as the prescribing guidelines say to do) and they refuse or don't justify their decision. What then
A Hawaii attorney could advise best, as state health or insurance laws could apply. However, you await a response for two weeks. As a general matter, without regard to jurisdiction, it does not appear to be a matter of medical malpractice, unless the refusal constitutes a beach of duty of medical...Read more »
When we arrived at the mechanic, the workers were all out of the street racing RC cars that reach up to 100mph. My friend and I, who were waiting to pick up his truck were on the side watching them. They were drinking beers as well. They agreed to one more race and as they were coming back at a... Read more »
This sounds like a classic case of "negligence." The question is whether the person driving the RC car has assets to cover your claim. He/she, or the business, certainly may have insurance to cover this. You should consult a personal injury attorney in Hawaii to, among other things,...Read more »
127A-29 violations are generally misdemeanors with the maximum punishment of a $5000 fine and a year in jail. These charges also have the right to a jury trial. See https://www.fayard-law.com/maui-criminal-defense/maui-127a-29/ for more info
That is just horrible, so sorry to hear this. But even if your dad was driving a company vehicle, the company is not usually responsible for moving traffic violations, it is the responsibility of the driver to comply with the traffic laws.
You should consult an employment attorney in your...Read more »
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