They don’t want to give us our money back but wants to transfer our money to a public pool where I would lose money or another private pool that requires more money. They won’t answer my emails and I never received a notice. Another member told me. Can I fight them to get my money back
I’m looking to assign my mother as my medical power of attorney. I’ve had health issues in the past and I will be starting an EMT position hopefully around the fall. Now that I’m a legal adult, and especially because of my health history and what I’m doing I want to have a power of attorney... View More
A West Virginia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It's difficult for attorneys here to offer services - the format here is basically Q & A. There's a tab above, "Find a Lawyer," that lists attorneys by region. You could also look into...View More
MetLife said that the policy was changed but farther did not change my one brother Forged his and made his self soul benfishary but my dad called MetLife 3 Day before he died and MetLife said it was still all three of us
A West Virginia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. It's difficult for attorneys here to offer their services in response to your post seeking legal services. This site doesn't work like an attorney referral site; it's only a question &...View More
A West Virginia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a general matter nationwide, individuals who are not medical professionals are not authorized to change a doctor's orders. But more context may be needed here, as to the basis for such a question - for...View More
I am a Legal Studies student at Alderson Broaddus University. I am hoping to begin preparing for the LSAT as soon as possible. I am also still trying to pick a minor that would directly benefit me for law school later on. If there are any minor suggestions that you could provide that too would be... View More
Do some research on the respected companies offering review courses and find out which ones fit within your budget and schedule. Look into the quality and size of their test banks. You could learn techniques from good instructors, but preparation for the exam is largely a matter of doing lots of...View More
If someone is an adult and contributes to the delinquency of the 16 year old, that might mean that the elder one could face criminal charges for contributing.
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