I am a licensed LCSW. I want to start a private practice. I am trying to form an LLC for my business. Can I use the postal address that UPS provided me (which is a street address) as my address for starting this LLC, or do I need a physical address? I will not be conducting in-person therapy,... Read more »
In short, our father passed away in 2012 and 2-3 years after his death step mother created an estate to collect a settlement from a lawsuit. She fraudulently claimed in this estate filing that my father had no children. She is currently being prosecuted by the Brooklyn DA's office. We are... Read more »
My brother refuses to be involved in signing papers needed regarding my fathers estate. My mother’s bank accounts are frozen and they have a house in PR. Also my father sold his car to his brother in PR before dying but no title was signed my brother refuses to sign an affidavit giving up his... Read more »
Look toward the top of this page. You'll see linked text, "Find-a-Lawyer." Click that and you'll get a page with three columns of practice areas. Toward the bottom of the third column, you'll see linked text, "Social Security Disability." Click that and then...Read more »
My husband and I are very close to our closing date. His whole life, my husband has spelled his first name differently than the way it’s spelled on his birth certificate. It is spelled with a “G” on everything (taxes, expired passport, credit cards, utilities, diplomas, expired driver’s... Read more »
I'm starting a new job and they want me to sign an Invention Assignment Agreement. A lot of the document legalese goes clean over my head but the wording is intimidating and makes it sound like I won't own anything I create, regardless of the Inventions ties to the company itself. I want... Read more »
An employment attorney should advise here, but your question remains open for three weeks. At this point, you could reach out to employment attorneys to discuss. The format of this Q & A board is quick general questions, and it could be difficult for an attorney to offer meaningful guidance...Read more »
I was technically at fault due to being on a bike. Woman driving the car was messing with radio making a left hand turn. Insurance adjustor is pressuring me to settle tonight or I'll get nothing because tomorrow is 3 years.
Follow-up questions: Police report places blame on me... Read more »
I should have added, being on a bike does NOT “make you technically at fault”. A vehicle making a left turn is required to yield right of way to pedestrians and bicyclists. I have no idea how the accident happened, but that too is something to discuss with an attorney.
My wife has a medical insurance thru her job that covers all the members of our family. If she is currently on workmen’s comp due to her work related injury, do the rest of our family continue to have medical coverage? Or does it stops while she is on workmen’s comp? Thanks in advance
She should check with her workers' comp attorney and your family's private insurance carrier to be certain, but your question remains open for almost a week. Under normal circumstances, your family's private insurance coverage should not be suspended as a result of a workers'...Read more »
I have a case in criminal court,it's been in court since January 2019, the ADA has NOT been ready at any of my proceedings and my independent attorney is NOT acting with MY BEST INTEREST. WANT TO CHANGE ATTORNEYS, HOW AND WHAT DO I DO?
I am not sure what you mean by an independent attorney. If you have retained him, you may simply fire him and hire a new attorney. You should be able to recover the unused portion of your retainer fee if there is one. If your attorney was assigned by the court, you will need to document the...Read more »
If you wish to report corruption involving local and state elected officials, you should report the matter to the Office of the Comptroller, https://www.osc.state.ny.us/investigations , which is charged with fighting corruption. You do not have legal standing to file suit on such matters. As for...Read more »
I invested bitcoin in the TCPRO Company. They promised to return my funds after 45 days. But, they are scammers and blocked me on Telegram. Their website is tcpro.co and the address is New York based on the website.
You should contact law enforcement to report this crime. Most attorneys that are on this forum that practice criminal law are defense lawyers. In other words, we represent those charged with crimes. Since you appear to be the victim of a crime, you should contact law enforcement. If the...Read more »
You ask a good question. Because of your previous conviction, it may very well be upgraded to a felony under PL 265.02(1), CPW 3rd Degree, a class D felony. As to whether bail will be set or whether you will be remanded, I don't believe this is a bail qualifying offense even when upgraded....Read more »
What is a typical payment arrangement? I assume no payment is necessary until the agent actually begins carrying out his duties. Is the payment arrangement something that should be spelled out in the power of attorney document?
I been paying child support for over 20+ years in arrears and paid off New York in 2 years 30,000. Now Massachusetts is saying I owe them 32000 which not only they take from my check every two week but they take my income taxes i feel like forever and when I look in child support acct it never goes... Read more »
I work in NYC, at will, salaried. My employer requested that I share my diploma and transcripts so that they can share them with immigration officials to help a new hire get a work visa. My employer did not indicate that the request was optional. Can they legally request that? Can they share my... Read more »
The USCIS has gotten extremely obnoxious to employers for H1-b visa applications. The unrighteous restrictions placed upon lawful non-immigrant/immigrant employment visa applicants smothers the U.S. economy due to bigotry and ignorance. They used to allow 200,000 H1b visas in the 1990s, but it...Read more »
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