The executor of my mother's estate says that estate expenses come out of the residuary estate, and since I'm the beneficiary of 65% of the residuary estate (and my brother is beneficiary of 35% of the residuary estate) that the estate expenses will have to be paid 65% by me and only 35%... Read more »
Your question raises a number of important issues. If the parents add the children to the deed with them as owners, each of the children would acquire a present interest in the property. Assuming two parents and four children on the deed, each would be presumed to own 1/6 of the property unless...Read more »
Yes just two weeks ago on September 11, 2020 the federal court lifted the injunction that was in place because of Covid and therefore all people that are filing their applications after February 24, 2020 must file the 944 form.
Not if you do not live with her. But, collection agents use the address they have for you, which might be that address. Do not ignore a summons. It is easier to deal with it upfront than to vacate a default judgment.
I was injured at my previous employment a few months ago. I sought medical treatment, but never went to therapy to fully heal. I started a new job and the injury flared up since the new job is more labor intense. New job offered to put me on short term disability while I go to therapy since they... Read more »
The company has an address in CT and rents office space in Manhattan where their NYC employees report to. Salaried employees get paid $25-$40K per year and do not get paid overtime. Employer rationale is that they are not a NYC employer because they're based in CT.
Every employer who does business in New York State must comply with New York State's Labor Laws. Any employer who does business in New York City must comply with both New York State's and New York City's Labor Laws.
The format of this board could make it difficult for an attorney to contact you. This is more a question and answer board than a referral service - if you want to hire an attorney or arrange a consult, you could reach out to the attorneys here (Find-a-Lawyer tab above), or ones you find in your own...Read more »
My father told me of both situations I discussed my being mad about not getting notified yet again. Called this morning and my father had been moved to a different part of hospital and wasn't informed that either
I'm sorry for your ordeal. If you reach out to attorneys to discuss this in greater detail, a primary question that will arise is whether your father was injured. I hope your father did not sustain injury, but how an attorney proceeds with such a matter could hinge largely on that. Good luck...Read more »
Due to the pandemic, I experience financial hardship. I tried to negotiate the rent but the landlord won't assist on that matter except using their hardship program which we did use the deposit to pay the month of September rent. I was looking at different alternatives and also to terminate my... Read more »
When you sign a lease you are entering into a contract. The landlord is promising to rent you space for a specific use and a specific period of time. Likewise, the tenant is promising to rent a particular space for a specific use for a specified period of time. Unless there is a clause in the...Read more »
A person sold me a terrible car claiming it drives good and was a good a to b car, on the way home the car started overheating and stopped and smoked in the middle of the highway, I called and texted him and he blocked me, later that night I went on facebook and seen that he knew the car engine was... Read more »
I would need to know more detail about the car and your agreement when you bought the car. You cannot get the guy arrested based on the facts you present. The woman you spoke to at the house doesn’t dictate whether you can sue. You don’t need to wait a year. Again, I would need more details...Read more »
The tenant has no written lease with the home seller, who has neglected to tell the tenant they have to leave due to the sale of the property. How can I move in to my new home, if the tenant won’t move out?
You can’t. You have a lot of issues you’ll need to address, here. This is highly fact dependent. There are a number of solutions and drawbacks. This is something you’re going to want to address now in order to get the ball rolling (although Covid is slowing things down). Feel free to give...Read more »
the roomer signed a lease which states roomer may give 30 days notice but must pay for the following month ie if you give notice aug 5 you are still responsible for sept rent and chooses not to be here how long do i need to hold physical belongings i asked him when i would be getting rent he said... Read more »
When you rent a room, you effectively become a "landlord" and are required to take the same steps as any landlord to evict a "tenant". Therefore, it is not a matter of when you can throw out someone's belongings after service of a 30 Day Notice but when you can commence a...Read more »
I come across one settlement and trademark licensing agreement ("STLA") that is governed by the New York, United States law whereby it is signed by both the Licensor and Licensee but it was not stamped. I am not sure what are the formality / pre-requisite for a STLA to be valid and... Read more »
There are no federal trademark applications for this name. But without doing a full search, you should know it is possible someone could be using it without a federal registration. Feel free to drop me a line if you'd like to discuss further!
The company I work at is majority female run. My department head is female, my manager is female, and my counterparts are female. All HR personal are female. My title is the same as my female counter parts, as are my roles and responsibilities. My effort and performance is on par or better, and I... Read more »
Maybe. Your sexual orientation or identity makes no difference regarding the application of federal or state laws. You should discuss this issue with some employment lawyers in confidence. There are many different ways to approach it. Skilled employment lawyers may be able to help you.
If you need to go the route of commencing legal action to remove your S.O. from your home, the process can take longer than you may find tolerable. Depending on whether the occupant is a tenant or a licensee, the required predicate notices can be as short as 10 days to as long as 90 days. Only...Read more »
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