Michael Drew Raisman's answer If the will was probated, then you can get a copy at the local Register of Wills. You can also reach out to the executor who has an obligation to notify all heirs that an estate has been opened.
Kathleen M Hyneman's answer The answer to this question depends upon the county where you will be distributing the flyers. Even though you are not selling anything, the township may deem that handing out the flyers is a form of soliciting contributions, and there are townships that require permits for such an activity.
Mr. Ryan L Hyde's answer I will preface this by saying a mistake is different from a lie. Only because I am not sure what happened with your case. The Commonwealth has the legal right to amend the charges up to the time where the jury is sworn in a matter. Your remedy would be a continuance. The fact that this was changed does not mean that you do not have a defense based on the officers mistake. The complaint is a useless document what matters to you is what is in discovery. In your position, represented by...
Peter Munsing's answer Contact the education law center in philadelphia.They have "cooperating attorneys" who know Pennsylvania Education law. Worth having legal counsel if they are looking for expulsion. In the meantime very important your son doesn't say anything on text, social media, in the hallway, not to the guy he supposedly sold anything too. You likewise. Talk to a lawyer.
Peter Munsing's answer I think this is a duplicate post. If you are already in Public Housing it is a bit odd that you would be denied, however it's possible it's a different Housing grant with a different set of requirements (for instance Section 8 is different than section 235, etc). Look at my response to the other post, and call North Penn Legal Services 610-969-3463
Peter Munsing's answer You can file as you left because of a necessitous and compelling reason, namely that you were being asked to operate a business that would not be in compliance with the law. If they want to fight it then they are not thinking.
Peter Munsing's answer Not if the test came back positive, unless you can explain how that was. The supervisor may, under your company rules, ask you to take an ETOH test. It's not a police "probable cause" requirement. Law basically says if you don't like work rules, barring a union contract you can stay and live under the rules or leave.
Peter Munsing's answer You should be as he has "emancipated" you. Check with the welfare department for your county, but also check with Catholic Family Services if there is one in your area. If you need a place to stay check one of the womens shelters. Good luck!
Peter Munsing's answer Not a lawyer question. If you are on the do not call list tell them. Probably scam artists. Unfortunately local cops ususally say call the FBI, FBI says call local cops. I suggest you start with the do not call list.
Timothy Belt's answer Unless the knee is a work injury, this is not a workers' compensation question. If the knee is as a result of a work injury, it should not be submitted to short term disability. A workers' compensation claim should be filed.
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