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A hospital illegally admitted my daughter and is expecting payment. They had my daughter for over 12 hours before notifying me. The admitting nurse signed the admission form and told staff members that she had talked to me. I refused to sign anything. The credit bureaus have deleted the debt from... Read more »
answered on Jul 4, 2022
A Wyoming attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. An attorney would need to investigate the details of the admission. Try to arrange a free initial consult with an attorney after outlining your exchanges (conversations, emails, texts) and daughter's account... Read more »
I spent 7 months at an inpatient treatment, July 2021 - February 2022(addiction). I had a stroke in 2017 and end of September, early October, my toes on the left side, which is the side effected by the stroke, my toes started curling under, I was walking on them, and it was very painful. I was... Read more »
answered on May 8, 2022
A Wyoming attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry this happened to you. An attorney would probably want to review the file and records of communications to offer meaningful input here. You could reach out to Wyoming attorneys to see if it is possible... Read more »
I gave my two week notice,was called into the office and was told i had infractions concerning the company policy,was wrote up on several items,at the last day of my resignation week,i was called back into office and terminated.
answered on Jun 9, 2023
It depends. Some states require payment of accrued vacation time because this is a part of the compensation package. But accrued sick leave is not treated the same way. Unable to tell about your PTO. This case arises under EMPLOYMENT/BENEFITS/WAGE law. You need to discuss with an attorney in your... Read more »
I My mom sold her estate befor her death , does it go to probate
answered on May 4, 2023
What do you mean that your Mother sold her Estate? Until she is dead there is no Estate. Is this based on some instrument of conveyance? If so, is the purchaser pursuing the property? You definitely need to consult with a WY attorney, search the title to any real property and look into her... Read more »
There is 4 co-tenants 2 have passed 1signed back with a quit claim dead to last co tenant there is no will this was all done with a warranty deed does the other siblings have a right to probate this
answered on Nov 25, 2022
It sounds like you need an attorney to search the title, determine heirship, then draft/execute and record the proper instruments.
I have to drive 390 miles for an IME and have had a statement from my workplace that they would compensate me only 18 cents per mile, which doesn't cover anywhere near enough for gas and vehicle maintenence. I would also be losing two days of work for the IME and was informed to just get them... Read more »
answered on Oct 5, 2022
If you have an attorney, then speak to your attorney about this. If you do not have an attorney, then now is the time to get one to help you obtain fair treatment.
I filed the paperwork on behalf of a friend for power of attorney
answered on Jul 27, 2022
I don't understand this question. Ordinarily, there is no appeal for just a power of attorney. Any appeal must come after a hearing or a trial and is directed to alleged errors that the trial court committed...
answered on Apr 7, 2022
Book titles cannot be registered as Federal trademarks unless they are attached to a series of books or editions. Titles also cannot be copyrighted.
Here, you are proposing, however, to write a book with a title that shared with an extremely famous book: The Hero's Journey by Joseph... Read more »
I just got a copy of his death certificate
answered on Jan 21, 2022
Check with whatever Court handles Probate jurisdiction in WY. Start with the County he died in, then possibly a County he owned real property. Ask was there a Probate for your Father? If so, read the File. If no Probate, then no Will has been Probated. Check the Land Records in whatever... Read more »
I have an auto loan in the state of wyoming. In my loan contract it states not to sell collateral. I foolishly let someone take over payments and planned to sign the title to them once payments were complete. They totaled the vehicle and now I potentially owe the full amount of the loan to the... Read more »
answered on Dec 20, 2021
No. It’s a civil matter. The insurance should pay off the loan to the bank.
They exacted a warrant illegally on my parents house, took kids with no cause, and convicted my mom and brother. Even though my brother admitted to all in the house, they still charged my mom n convicted her under coersion.
answered on Sep 17, 2021
This would be a tough case for a number of reasons dealing with proof, showing the cause was that and not an underlying issue. Suggest you contact the Wyoming Civil Liberties Union, ask for their prison rights group, ask them for the names of some of their "cooperating attorneys." Those... Read more »
answered on Jun 21, 2021
Your question is unclear. If there is only one tract, then apparently the alleged owner is actually only a tenant in common and the Probate will need to be closed prior to sale. If more than one tract, then the alleged owner may be able to convey the tract he owns. The Probate may only be... Read more »
Received letter from WYDOTT dated June 10, 2021. It says my license will be suspended unless evidence of satisfactory compliance with terms of citation is received prior to the date of July 11, 2021. Does that mean I have to show up to court? Also ticket was issued to Fort Collins, CO and DOT... Read more »
answered on Jun 16, 2021
Without eyeballing the letter and the ticket, the most likely answer is that as long as you do not have a "court-required" ticket----which means you have to go to court----then you payment of the ticket should be all you need to do----the jurisdiction which receives payment will note that... Read more »
Must i marry my gf from my home country before applying for greencard? Who can i get into contact with?
answered on May 9, 2021
You should visit with an experienced immigration attorney to assist you in exploring options for you. The attorney can assess if you are able to change status. The timing of your marriage can also be discussed including a permanent job offer.
That was to say contengency. Several cases worth hundreds of thousands. Greedy people I trusted, need to sue realtors, property owners, business owners. Illegally took my businesses, inventory and rentals from me. All illegal. Huge list of ppl to sue a lot of money at stake ranging from county over... Read more »
answered on Mar 7, 2021
A Wyoming attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. You could continue to await a response, or at this point, seek out attorneys on your own. It could be difficult for an attorney to come forth to your request that you need an attorney - this is only a Q & A... Read more »
I understand companies use tricky terminology to describe their patents, is there a way to search just footwear patents?
answered on Dec 28, 2020
Many shoes are patented as utility patents rather than ornamental designs. I suggest you contact a patent attorney to assist you with your search.
Liliana Di Nola-Baron, J.D., Ph.D.
Attorney at Law
Working for a mechanical contractor in cheyenne wy were doing a job for the va hospital they are trying to say we all need to get a flue shot and provide them with documentation I feel this is against my rights
answered on Oct 28, 2020
Your employer can require that you get a flu shot unless you are entitled to an exemption for sincerely-held religious beliefs or for medical reasons. If either of those reasons form the basis upon which you do not want to get a flu shot, you can ask to be exempt. You should reach out to an... Read more »
answered on Oct 24, 2020
A Wyoming attorney could advise best here, but your question remains open for three weeks. Until you are able to consult with a local attorney, this is what the website of the Supreme Court of Wyoming says, which is public view to everyone, attorneys and non-attorneys alike:
The Supreme... Read more »
City of Sheridan wy statue 15-4-305 says this and present owner is selling to new buyer
answered on Oct 1, 2020
Click on "Find a Lawyer" above and look for a real estate attorney in your area. This is definitely not a do it yourself project.
answered on Jul 18, 2020
A Wyoming attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. If the issue poses a fire or safety hazard, you could bring it to the attention of the owner and ask if they could address it in the form of an electrician bringing the deficiency up to code. Hopefully, you could... Read more »
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