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Posted almost 2 years ago.

Thank you, Pamela. I wish you lived closer...I have definitely called and talked to many lawyers as a result of this site. I wish it were Monday tomorrow! My family is celebrating Thanksgiving tomorrow. I'm a newlywed and my husband and Dad both had to work Thursday and today. So, my Mom cooked for us and we're all going to her house tonight! I can't wait. I have an appointment with an employment lawyer in the area Wednesday. He seems really nice and he's not charging me for an initial consultation. What does "limited claim" mean?? My Aunt teaches law at major university, but I am absolutely clueless when it comes to this. Does that mean I have a timeframe in which to file? If so, how long do I have? I am hiring a tax attorney, employment litigator and maybe an unemployment lawyer in the area. Hopefully, they can all put me on a payment plan/I can convince either my Dad or husband to help me. Thank you for taking the time out to advise.

Pamela Koslyn
Pamela Koslyn, Business Attorney - Los Angeles, CA
Posted almost 2 years ago.

Sorry, I meant "limited time." Ask your employment lawyer about the DFEH and EEOC time limits.

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Posted almost 2 years ago.

Ok I will. Thank you for your time. Have a great week ahead, Pamela!