Me and my family have put a lot of time and money into keeping up my nieces gravesite and it's all been taken off due to my sister's mother in law being mad about something someone else In my family did. I feel as if she is taking it out on the gravesite and it is extremely disrespectful... Read more »
I mistakenly sent bankruptcy correspondence to the district insurance coordinator instead of my insurance forms. Can I legally ask her not to share that information throughout her office to her colleagues?
It was from may 2019, the person called and said she had permission, she didn't know she had a warrant for it as they never served it. The judge gave her a $10,000 bond. They never offered her a attorney or public defender
Your question doesn't state what the offense is. $10k is a middle of the road bond number that could apply to any number of offenses. In many counties, one must apply for a public defender. You should contact the local public defender's office to find out the procedure.
I am attending a university that requires health insurance from its students. The wording in the handbook makes no mention of when personal insurance can be purchased and school insurance waived. Due to this fact, I purchased the school insurance for fall '19 and then obtained my own mid fall... Read more »
If you currently have insurance, It appears that you have complied with the handbook. If the university tries to do something, inform them in writing that you do have insurance. It looks to me that whoever told you that you could only get a waiver in the fall was misinformed.
Lincoln Nebraska Lancaster County. It is my brother& I and he won't respond I'm the eldest & have tried every way called contact his job ,ECT. He's well off & simply doesn't want to deal with it what can I do?
An Ohio attorney would be able to advise best, as state health care or privacy laws could apply, but your question remains open for two weeks. You could speak with other parents and look into why the information is being requested, whether for the information to be on hand in the event of a medical...Read more »
If threats are being made to you, regardless of where it is a group of protestors or a single individual, and you feel the threats are legitimate (as in you truly believe the threat is real and they are capable of enacting the threat) -- then call 9-1-1 and let law enforcement resolve the...Read more »
You might have better chances of a response if you additionally reposted in the Employment Law category. There's no guarantee every question is picked up, but your post remains open for a week, and this is something that an employment attorney would know best. Good luck
My boyfriend and I lived here for 9 months helped fix up the house and get new appliances. There has been altercations where he thinks I need to do their dishes cause I'm currently unemployed from Covid19. He also gave us an eviction notice he downloaded and printed off from the internet and... Read more »
A landlord-tenant relationship can be formed as you are describing your current situation: you pay $300 a month, and he lets you stay there. When that is established, the legal process of eviction is the remedy. That starts with either a 30-day or 7-day "notice to quit"; in rare...Read more »
Mrs. Bevan owns a popular, busy vegetarian café. After being closed due to the recent Covid pandemic, she is now able to open at last. She has fully disinfected and deep cleaned her premises, with clear signs for social distancing and is conforming to all of the Government legal requirements.... Read more »
It looks like you are a student. You must apply an analysis in terms of whether defamation has taken place. Go to your textbook and look at the elements that define this tort. Now try to apply those elements to the facts of the scenario. Here is something to think about in starting your analysis -...Read more »
Your question remains open for three weeks, and it could be something that a doctor might be able to advise about better than an attorney could. If you have health concerns, consult with a doctor as to what it might be. Hopefully, a doctor could help you in terms of the best course of action. Good...Read more »
An Oklahoma attorney could advise best, as state laws can differ regarding abandoned or lost property. But your question remains open for a week. As a general matter, from your brief description, it does not sound like you did anything wrong. It sounds like you did a good deed by returning the...Read more »
A Colorado attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. It's possible they rerouted the package to the correct address after sending you that message. If for any reason you do receive a package that doesn't belong to you, notify the post office. Good luck
Hi, I'm doing research for a book & I'm based in London but the book is about a character who is training to become a lawyer & wondered if I could ask you what the normal route normally is? I would love if I could get typical ages of when someone would typically qualify & how... Read more »
Each state has slightly different rules to become an attorney. Generally you have to get your Juris Doctorate degree (law degree that is 3 years of graduate degree study) after you complete 6 years of bachelors & masters degree study. Then you have to take and pass a bar exam in the state...Read more »
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