I do not know the answer but the first thing I would research is the investigation relating to the "Declaration of Intent" that all law school students must pass to become an attorney in Texas. The investigation decides whether or not you are mentally and morally fit to become an...Read more »
No, it is not mandatory that a teacher complete a Teacher Questionnaire. However, please consider completing either the questionnaire or a letter to describe your former student's functioning because the information you provide is an important part of the disability assessment. For more...Read more »
My son is ten years old weighs 170 and is around 5'4 he was in DAEP a discipline school for kids for a couple weeks during this time he didn't do his homework so his school for a whole school day worked him out for 45mins then 15 mins studies ALL DAY! During these work outs he tells them... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a month. I'm very sorry for your son's injury. You could reach out to local attorneys to discuss in detail; law firms that handle these types of cases generally offer free initial consults. If the doctor's...Read more »
If you were served notice of an upcoming protective order hearing, and the attached application included false accusations, then you should hire an attorney to contest the issuance of the order. A protective order is a civil matter, even if the justification is an accusation of criminal behavior,...Read more »
I am a former educator and in october 2012 I was brought into the district for inappropriate relationship with a student. They showed text messages we shared and asked i wanted to resign or have it go public. I resigned and in January I had my teaching certificate voluntarilly surrendered without... Read more »
my son has a 504 in place for a disability and the school is trying to no longer accept him as a transfer student because he wasn't able to be at school alone this year but has kept grades up just because they aren't making money on him can they do this legally if they already knew and... Read more »
El costo depende de la forma como intente obtener la residencia. Por ejemplo, por el trabajo, inversión, por petición familiar, etc. Tendría que conocer los detalles de su caso para determinar la mejor forma para ayudarle.
I know who is sheltering her. I don't know if that same person withdrew her. She knows we want her home but this person allows her to do whatever she wants and opens the door for her. I've sent police, nothing stops it.
I am sorry to hear that you are experiencing this during this time. It does not sound like the actions to withdraw your daughter from school were legal. You most likely need to file an enforcement action or another motion to have your daughter brought back to you based on the custody agreement or...Read more »
For the purposes of adult criminal law, introducing the recordings will require a witness who is acquainted with the voice of the speakers and can identify them. The witness should be able to establish who made the recording, how it was made, that it is a fair and accurate representation of what...Read more »
In simple terms, it could distinguish the practice of handling a claim through one's own insurance (first-party) or through an outside insurance (third-party). In civil procedure, the terms could be used in new designations for the parties when people who were not part of the original action...Read more »
Long story short our house caught fire, I left my kids in LA while we repaired the house, never signed any custody or guardianship, things took longer than expected due to several deaths in my family, since they have had them they tell my kids bad things about me, tell my kids to lie to me,... Read more »
Your issues sound very complicated. I do not think that you should follow legal advice on the internet with your facts. You should sit down with an attorney who can properly evaluate your details and issues. You may well have rights to go to your kids school however. But, you need to make sure...Read more »
That happens sometimes. Consider putting a recurring event on your calendar that reminds you to call them every Wednesday at 10am. If you are bad at using your calendar perhaps set an alarm on your smart phone for that purpose.
I was approved for a Canadian permanent residency. Now I want to end my studies in the US and depart the country asap. My semester started on Jan 14, 2019 and its Feb 19, 2019. What method of termination would apply in my case ? Are there future consequences for entering into the US?
We recommend that you speak with your school’s DSO. Generally under the circumstances you will want to go through the proper channels so you do not jeopardize your ability to reenter the US. It is more than likely a question of notifying the proper authorities of your intentions and then...Read more »
Some parents at my kids school filed complaints against a coach and the Superintendent removed him from coaching duties. They hired an investigator who found no legal wrong doing. The Superintendent claims he removed him because he fears a lawsuit if the coach were to not play on of the kids or... Read more »
Lawsuits are often won or lost on opinions, despite the fact that it can result in outcomes that are not always fair. The coach could present these facts to a Texas employment attorney to discuss if he has legal remedies worth pursuing.
Now, I'm finding out that it is not accredited and none of the credits transfer and I'm not working in my field of study in which I obtained the Bachelor degree. I feel that the degree is worthless and yet I'm still paying on student loans.
Wanted to know what type of business would be better: non-profit or a LLC. Should I have a lawyer look over contract between my company and the school district. Do I need another company to handle taxes and payroll.
An attorney would need to know more about the program to advise on what type of business structure to use. There are many factors to consider when forming a business. It would be best to have a lawyer review a contract with a school district.
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