I will be transferring next year as a junior. I am currently studying criminal justice and want to go into criminal law. I will be taking a couple classes, but was hoping to possibly get an internship at a firm this next summer. If you guys are looking, I would be very interested at working at your... View More
In Indiana, an Entity Authorization is a general document that specifies who can act on behalf of any business entity. A Corporate Resolution is specific to corporations and records formal decisions made by the board of directors or shareholders. Both indicate who is authorized to make decisions...View More
In Indiana, first contact the Franklin County jail administration to file a complaint about your son not receiving his medication. If that fails, consider filing a complaint with the Indiana Department of Correction Ombudsman. In urgent cases, consult an attorney experienced in prisoners'...View More
If there is a warrant and you show up at court you will be taken into custody and it will be up to the judge to let you out. Since its been a year since you were in court, it is unlikely you will be released. You should consult with a local criminal defense attorney who may be able to get the...View More
To verify the abandonment of the "HEAVEN ON EARTH" trademark, you can conduct a search on the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) website or use a reputable trademark search database. Look for the specific trademark registration number and check its status to confirm whether...View More
A mark can be registered in various classes of goods and services. In order to review if a mark you are interested in is registered you must search the USPTO in connection with the particular goods and services you are looking to use the mark in connection with. A mark could be abandoned in one...View More
There are numerous HEAVEN ON EARTH trademark registrations that have been abandoned. There are also numerous HEAVEN ON EARTH trademark registrations/applications that are live. Each trademark is registered in one or more "classes" (categories of good services). If you are looking to...View More
The AC/furnace is 4 months old and had a 10 year warranty. The power surge voided the warranty. The insurance company wants to fix it instead of replacing it, which means I lose the remaining 9+ years of warranty. They also want to pay me $500 to replace a $1200 washing machine that the power... View More
An Indiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. On option might be to discuss their proposed repair/component replacement with your furnace company (if you mean their warranty) - if the power surge only affected control components. Another route could include...View More
It sounds as though you are attempting to represent yourself rather than use an attorney. That is a mistake. Just because you file a request for a continuance does not mean that it will be granted. Local rules sometimes require that a request for continuance be filed days in advance of a...View More
An Indiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. I don't think you have grounds for a lawsuit. Did you suffer damages as a result of the false statement? It sounds like it could have been a transcription error. If on the other hand, there was malicious intent...View More
In Indiana, the general rule is that each party is responsible for their own attorney's fees unless there is a specific statute or contract provision that allows for the recovery of attorney's fees. However, there are exceptions to this rule.
The legality of fines imposed by an Indiana town for non-compliance with contractor registration hinges on the town's specific ordinances and regulations. Indiana state law allows municipalities to establish their own rules regarding contractor registration and penalties. These fines are...View More
My mom passed away. Both my brother and I hired an attorney to handle her estate. My brother was represented by this firm in a criminal case. I did not know this before we hired this firm to handle my mom’s estate. Is this unethical and should I file a complaint with the Indiana Bar Association?
No, it probably is not unethical. The previous criminal case is most likely not "substantially related" to the estate case. Both you and your brother's interests ought to be aligned in probating your mom's estate.
Now if your brother's criminal case was for...View More
In Indiana, the property owner generally has a one-year redemption period during which they can pay the delinquent taxes and associated costs to reclaim their property. During this period, the owner typically retains the right to sell the property, but any sale would need to address the outstanding...View More
Based on the information provided to the police and then to the prosecutor determines what charges are filed. This does not mean the State can prove the charges, it will be based on what evidence there is in the case. An F4 carries a penalty range of 2-12 years in the DOC. If you have not...View More
A local attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Try to arrange a free consult with a law firm - your child probably can pursue rights if there is a valid claim - however, each jurisdiction is different in how it handles the infant's award. Nationwide, courts...View More
Since your mom had power of attorney while you were in jail, she had the right to manage your assets, including selling your property. However, she had a fiduciary duty to act in your best interest. Misappropriating the funds from the sale could be a breach of that duty. You may consider gathering...View More
In Indiana, if you've been a victim of an illegal eviction, you may be eligible to recover various types of damages. These can encompass actual financial losses related to the eviction, punitive damages if the landlord's actions were particularly wrongful, attorney's fees and court...View More
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