My girlfriend each have an open criminal case for possession. She also just had her alimony case trial. In that trial, her husbands lawyer subpoenaed the arresting officer and the officer gave testimony about all aspects of my open criminal case
3 oldest kids with his first wife who he had divorced later and 2 outside of marrige. who legally has the rights over property? Youngest child is saying he has the right to say who gets what because he is the benifacary for life insurance plan from fathers work
The child who is the beneficiary of the life insurance will take that life insurance. However that beneficiary status has absolutely no effect on who inherits the rest of the deceased parent's estate. That will be determined by the laws of intestate succession. Most likely his five children will...Read more »
I was promoted to a manager position in September. This was to come with a $.50 increase in my wage. I've just noticed today on a pay slip that my wage had not changed at all. After looking over this, my GM raised my wage to the appropriate amount but refuses to back pay as she does not have in... Read more »
You can take them to small claims court. It will cost at least $100 to file the claim. You will need to show proof of when you were made a manager and started doing work that managers do. You will want to weigh the effects of suing your own company with the benefit of obtaining the unpaid $300....Read more »
My father just died. He was married. There is me and my sister. He just had retired from intel, and had several amount of money in stocks and bonds, and money saved up. Plus my step mother and him had just purchased a house worth about $750,000. I would like to know where all his money will be... Read more »
I am sorry to hear of your father's passing. My condolences. You mentioned your father lived in Oregon and purchased a house there. Unless your father owned property in Utah, then you are going to be dealing with Estate and Probate law in Oregon. Each state can have very different laws regarding...Read more »
hi I need some advice. I am in UTAH , I am seller of my house. Buyer of my house did not pay the earnest money with in 4 days of offer acceptance( he paid after 5days and did not inform us ). Can I back-out from selling contract? and What other clauses can help a seller backout?
If the real estate purchase contract has a "Time of the Essence" clause or provision, this could help the seller rescinding the contract in this type of situation. The general rule with regard to contracts for the sale of land is that time is not of the essence unless the parties expressly...Read more »
My probation officer came to my house and I was out of state For work .i did not notify him in advance . I can Havecompany prove that I was working .in this ISituation Should I tell him right away or wait until back in the state in a few days then meet him with a lawyer
What do I need to do to get those voidable contracts voided or what's the next step to repairing the war zone that has become my life because I'm now homeless and I've lost a lot everything my life's work forgive the errors and no punctuation I'm talking into my phone
I pay child support and we have never gone to court for custody or any visitation orders. No restraining orders or anything. We were never married. She even changed my son’s last name without my consent, even though I am on the birth certificate. I haven’t seen my son in 3 years. Can’t... Read more »
Unfortunately, you have little recourse without an order from the Court. I presume the child lives in Utah with the other parent. If you truly cannot afford the court fees, you can request a waiver. I would refer you to utcourts.gov and look at the self-help section for family law.
The GAL assigned to my case refused to see me until I paid him in full which I could not do. He did not investigate claims made by other party to see if they were accurate did not ask me my side or allow me to present my evidence to him that claims made were a lie. At our temporary custody hearing... Read more »
You really, REALLY need an attorney on your side. If you have not contacted Utah Legal Services to see if you can get pro bono assistance, you truly should . . . Monday. A guardian ad litem SHOULDN'T favor a party who pays over one who does not, but that doesn't mean it might not happen. If you say...Read more »
Based on the extremely limited information at hand, I will presume you were charged with public intoxication; you have mentioned no other potential crimes. In order to be found guilty of the charges, the prosecutor must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that it was likely that you would have injured...Read more »
A Utah attorney could answer you best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Before jumping straight into suing, which could be costly, you could think about other approaches. Is there any possibility of resolving things through customer service or arranging a refund or exchange? If not,...Read more »
If there is suspected child abuse or neglect, the proposed guardian could first report the suspected neglect to the Utah Division of Child & Family Services (DCFS). Call 1-855-323-DCFS (3237). A minor can also contact a school counselor or other adult to self report possible neglect. The school...Read more »
My boyfriend got arrested for some warrants and ended up having drugs in his pocket. They searched the lunge area in his vehicle which supposedly included my purse on the floor of the passenger side of his vehicle despite me telling them they could not because I wasant under arrest at this point.... Read more »
I live in too small of a house with way to many people, Its a 4 bedroom house with 10 people. My friends family are willing to take me in, my biological dad is going to jail and there is no one I can go to he has denied me from seeing a therapist or anything like that. Can my friends family get... Read more »
Contact UtahLegalServices.org and see if they can refer you to a pro bono (no fee) attorney in or near Tooele. Alternatively, could you convince your mom (unless step dad has adopted you, he really doesn't LEGALLY get a say in the matter) to sign over temporary guardianship? If you cannot get pro...Read more »
asleep in the park it was during the time ur allowed to be there i fell asleep and was woke up by two officer telling me i had been groping my self when i wasn't around no kids no citizens the woke me up by poking at me then asked me if they could search for weapons and some how ended up reaching... Read more »
If officers have a reasonable suspicion of criminal activity, even if the suspicion ultimately turns out to be wrong, they can stop someone for an investigatory detention. During such a detention, if officers have a reasonable suspicion that the person may be armed and dangerous, they can conduct...Read more »
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