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.
My children have no charges against them yet since they were involved in scuffle at school due to racism they are being told they have to get fingerprinted. Along with their info being transferred to the main county .
You cannot represent your child in a legal proceeding before a Court unless you are a licensed attorney. If this is a school situation and proceeding, however, you would have to research the rules and regulations of that school district to see what a parent can and cannot do in such proceeding....Read more »
I had a typo, can I sue the parents if my child was hurt in a school shooting.I feel parents should be liable for their child's actions until the child is a adult. I was basically laughed at and told just the child is held responsible.
He has been assaulted 2x. 1st time prosecutor dropped the case. Today was 2nd and officer told us they can’t press charges due to being on school grounds. In first incident the child had been officially reported to school for bullying prior but no physical contact was had. Today I was told there... Read more »
Someone is giving you bad information. Intentionally or knowingly causing offensive physical contact is a class C assault. Physical contact that causes pain is class A assault. An imminent threat to cause pain is a class C assault. Anything causing pain meets the minimum threshold for "injury"...Read more »
It depends on the specific language in the trust. For a precise answer, take the trust document to a local estate planning attorney who can review the trust language for you. If necessary, the attorney can represent you in requesting a distribution from the trust if the trust provides for what...Read more »
I am really embarrassed of this but I was arrested when I was 18 years old for a class b theft misdemeanor. It ended up resulting in a conviction which I now know cannot be removed unless pardoned by the Governor of Texas. This is my first and only arrest/conviction. I am finishing up my second... Read more »
My girlfriend is about to turn 18 and no longer wants to stay at home for the reasons of mental and physical abuse from her parents. We have tried to get CPS involved but they didn't do anything because she is about to be 18 in 8 days. We need to know if she can live with me legally while in high... Read more »
You would submit anything that truly notates your address. When submitting forms you should only put an address if it is a mailing address in the appropriate section. When it asks for places you have lived, it means places where you actually physically resided. You might need to submit further...Read more »
My son is 10th grade for the second time. He had already failed the 5th grade. So he is much older and is in route to graduate high school at the age of 20 He wants to drop out of high school and immediately enroll in a GED course, receive his GED and go to a community college. How can I withdraw... Read more »
Sixteen year old student, with dyslexia, provided accommodations through 504, but not receiving evidenced based instruction and making no progress in reading or writing. Average to above average cognitive abilities. Cannot pass college entrance exam or end of course ( STAAR A ) English exam.... Read more »
Go see a local lawyer about this. It is not just a basic legal question, and probably requires some research to answer.
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