In Idaho, as in many states, a creditor generally has to obtain a judgment before garnishing your wages. If a debt is over seven years old, it might be past the statute of limitations, but this can vary. If you weren't aware of the debt or the judgment, you may have options to challenge it.
In Idaho, it is generally legal for a company to record customer calls as long as one party to the conversation is aware of the recording. This is known as "one-party consent," and it means that the company can record the call without informing the customer. However, it's a best...View More
In Idaho, if you've received a 72-hour eviction notice, it signifies that you are facing eviction from your rental property. During this process, you typically have the responsibility to remove your personal property from the premises. While you can have a "family" member or someone...View More
The handling of your late mother's bank accounts depends on various factors, including the account type and how they were structured. If you were listed as a joint account holder or if there were payable-on-death (POD) or transfer-on-death (TOD) designations in place, these accounts may...View More
In the distant future when corporations have made a step in space travel, and establishing colonies on distant planets - Would those companies have free rule over that colony? Would they be required to follow human rights laws, despite being outside of the jurisdiction of Earth? Or would they have... View More
As space colonization moves from the realm of science fiction to potential reality, the question of how human rights will be upheld in extraterrestrial environments indeed becomes a pertinent and critical issue. As of now, the legal landscape governing space and celestial bodies is dictated...View More
The UK's immigration rules dictate that if you have breached immigration laws but leave the UK voluntarily at the expense of the UK government, you might face a re-entry ban of up to 2 years, or even up to 5 years in certain circumstances. However, since you left before your visa expired and...View More
Whether you can pass a background check for government employment in Idaho will depend on several factors. Forgery is a serious criminal offense, and government agencies often conduct thorough background checks to assess an applicant's suitability for a particular role. The key factors...View More
A conservatorship typically manages the financial affairs of a minor conservatee for their benefit. Using the conservatee's funds to make mortgage payments on a house that will ultimately benefit the conservatee can be appropriate if it aligns with the minor's best interests. However, the...View More
In the United States, including Idaho, there is no federal law that specifically prohibits employees from discussing their wages with each other. In fact, the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) protects employees' rights to engage in "concerted activities" related to their terms and...View More
Specialized Equipment (SE) plates in California are typically issued to vehicles that have unique purposes and uses, such as construction equipment, cranes, farm equipment, and other specialized vehicles. These plates often indicate that the vehicle is not designed for regular use on public roads....View More
Divorce and legal separation involve the division of marital assets, spousal support, and other related matters. If you're unable to afford a divorce, you may be eligible for assistance programs or legal aid services that can help you navigate the process. You may be entitled to a fair...View More
Hopefully I can explain this so it's able to be understood. If I give my husband POA over me, and someone besides myself has power of attorney over him, can the POA over him do anything involving me to "override" him? Like concerning bank accounts and similar things.
Unless you give your husband the power to delegate the authority you are giving to him to someone else in your power of attorney, any person to whom your husband may give a power of attorney does not have authority to act on your behalf under the power of attorney you give to your husband....View More
I'm at interogatory part of divorce. I've also run out of money to continue. I've answered ??? to the best of my ability but I cannot produce all the things the other side wants. In addition I'm in assisted living following an incomple sci and TBI....I cannot walk or drive....I... View More
Almost all credit card and bank statements are available online to the account holder. If you haven't already signed up, you can do so at any time. Most such companies make your statements available to you in a manner that allows you to download them to a computer in a .pdf file. There is...View More
If you have ordered a product from Alibaba and later discovered that it is patented, you may not be able to sell the product on Amazon without infringing on the patent holder's rights. Patent law grants the patent holder the exclusive right to make, use, and sell the patented invention for a...View More
I am planning to travel to India, and I have a question regarding my return to the USA. I currently have an employer but don't have any clients. Could you kindly inform me if there might be any potential issues I could face in this situation during immigration? Will they ask any questions at... View More
It depends on what status you have in the U.S. If you are a U.S. citizen or U.S. permanent resident, you will have no problem coming back to the U.S. with your U.S. passport or green card. If you have H-1B worker status or F-1 student status, you can also travel, but you may need to apply for an...View More
Your child has NO right not to see her father. The Magistrate Judge who divorced you two, awarded the father 50% custody, based on the "best interests of the child." So, I suggest that you speak to your daughter and explain to her that she see her father and talk to him about what is...View More
Kids want to communicate with father and vise versa but mother is stopping it and making up stories to kids and to the father on why they can’t communicate for her own selfish needs. She also threatens the grandmother(dads mom) if she lets the dad talk to the kids when they are over grandmas... View More
Most Decrees of Custody or Decrees of Divorce, include language which addresses "alienation of affection" if not in those exact words. Some decrees talk about "communication" between the parents and children and forbid the parents from talking bad about the other parent. If...View More
I am not licensed in your state but I read Idaho Code IC 55-3206(1) and I believe, in essence, it says that if someone is part of a homeowner's association (HOA) in Idaho the HOA cannot fine them unless their ability to do so is clearly written into the Covenants & Restrictions. And, if...View More
My game is nothing like Rolemaster, different system, different theme (Indiana jones inspired while role is fantasy). However I plan on releasing other games with the "-Master" suffix such as "Myth Master," but the publisher also had a "Space Master" at one time and is... View More
It's difficult to determine whether there is potential for a lawsuit without more information. Generally, the key question in cases involving trademarks is whether there is a likelihood of confusion between the marks. This analysis involves considering a number of factors, such as the...View More
To determine whether Trudeau has a patent for their round fondue plates with 6 compartments, you would need to conduct a patent search on the relevant databases. This will show whether any patents have been issued for such a design. Keep in mind that even if a patent has been issued to Trudeau, it...View More
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