I am the custodial parent and have been since 4/2011. Long story short..i made a motion in court to have supervised visitation for my sons mother who rarely initiates her visitation with our son. This turned into filing a motion for custody based ...
I am curious why you think you are entitled to them, as she is not a party to the suit. It is parties to suits who must produce relevant documents, not their lawyers.
Generally continuing legal education is a matter between the professional and the licensing authority. The licensing authority gets the list of CLE courses the professional took from that professional, and then issues the professional license when the licensing fee is paid.See question
I will be disciplined for not removing a Confederate flag sticker from my tool box (that co-worker complained about as being "offensive") but they will NOT force the removal of rainbow flags which I find to be offensive as a symbol of hatred and i...
I see no valid grounds which a court would sustain for a claim of employment discrimination.See question
I've heard of them all but I don't know what they mean I really want to know what a law judge is
A judge who presides over criminal prosecutions or civil cases is a member of the judicial branch of government. A judge who presides over administrative hearings, such as in unemployment or worker's compensation cases, is an "administrative law judge" and is an official with the executive branch of government.See question
A man was accused of taking inappropriate pics of an 18 year old girl, the girl had no proof, but had one witness who also had no proof. This happened at work, they worked as painters at the university. The girl was a student and was therefore a s...
Witnesses, including one who is accused, have no power to control the outcome of a work-related investigation. The outcome of an investigation turns on the evidence, including witness accounts, that the investigators hired by employer or employer's counsel collect, and the credibility the employer accords the witnesses.See question
hired a lawyer saved all my invoices and now they are trying to charge me for stuff that are not on the original invoices. I have tired calling to get answers and get rushed off the I have emailed the lawyer twice and still haven't got a response....
It's hard to know what you're complaining about because you don't say. Basically lawyers write in their retainer agreements what they are going to charge you for. Typically it's for all time spent on a case, plus mileage, photocopies, process server fees, filing fees, stenographer's fees, deposition transcripts, postage, etc. What doesn't show up on one bill shows up on the next. If you have a question about what you are being charged for, ask your lawyer.See question
Confused I was sucidial clumsy.
You don't ask a question, so I am forced to imagine one. The problem is there are many questions I can imagine. Basically, you say you took a drug, which caused certain adverse effects. Presumably you were prescribed the drug by a licensed physician, who adjudged benefits in your particular case would outweigh its drawbacks. Who are we to question that without much more information? For what condition were you prescribed to this drug? Were there any contraindications in your known medical history that should have prevented your physician from prescribing this drug? Did you suffer permanent harm caused by the drug? Would you have suffered worse harm had you not been medicated with this drug? These are some of the questions which come to mind when I read the spare fact pattern you have written above.See question
She is a senior student and she turns 18 in 3 months! We want to know whats the best way to solve this issue without anyone being harmed in any ways? We live in Miami Florida! Please help!
Legal adults are free to do as they like, but minors are not. Three months passes in the blink of an eye. Restraint in the present may avoid problems in the future.See question
I sold a daysailer sailboat. The guy paided for it in full and said he'd be back in a week or two. It's been 4 months and no sign of him. I don't have his number or his address. All I know is his first name. What happens now? Do I re sell? because...
The link below may provide some guidance.See question
I worked for a florida construction contractor and my boss fired me off the assumption that I had aspirations of starting my own construction company one day. I was never given any sort of written or verbal warnings and never at any time did i fee...
I see nothing in your account which would give rise to a legal claim for wrongful termination, applying general principles of law. Generally speaking, an employer may fire an at-will employee whom employer suspects may want to start a competing business, even if employer is wrong in its belief.
Not legal advice as I don't practice law in Florida or hold Florida licensure. Consult Florida counsel to tame legal advice you can rely on. I practice in Vermont ONLY.See question
I need to withdraw $15,000.00 from my IRA to pay for some medical bills and other debts I have. How much would I be taxed on this amoung
A person who is older than 59 1/2 may take distributions from his or her IRA without penalty. The distributions will be subject to income tax, however. Medical expenses which exceed 10% of adjusted gross income may be deducted on Schedule A if you itemize deductions.See question