I was working for a man that ended up getting arrested and charged with drug trafficking, money laundering, and possession of illegal firearms. In the mix of him getting arrested the store that I worked at got shut down. He did not tell any of his...
Sure you can sue, but how would you collect a judgment against a business that is closed or an individual who is in prison or might be headed there?See question
I recently became employed with a company. I was told my salary would be 50k-75k based on sales and I have this in writting..It is part commission. The problem Ive had is that this position doesnt have the sales track record to produce this type o...
Unless you have a contract for a certain salary or compensation, you have no entitlement to anything above minimum wage. As far as a racial slur, obviously we do not know what was said or the context, but there is no automatic legal right that the person be fired or removed, which presumably is what you want. How do you that the person was not reprimanded? You can see a lawyer, but you'll need much more to the story to have a viable claim to get a check.See question
All of the paperwork is overwhelming and scary! Will my lawyer help me complete it?
One person can answer that question -- your lawyer! Why are you not calling him or her and asking?See question
Bankruptcy following a divorce. I make $69,000 yearly and have about $50,00 in credit card and unsecured loans
Your post does not make sense. If you don't know what your payments will be, then why would you even file a Chapter 13 to begin with? You find out what your payments will be when you meet with a lawyer to review your finances and prepare your plan.See question
I'm a wedding planner & my client has not paid her deposit in full; she's made installment payments, but not in full. She's noncompliant and not responding to emails. She didn't show up for a scheduled meeting. This is just a brief description. ...
Sure - Anyone can sue for anything, and she might have (and probably does have) a different side of the story.See question
We were hired on commission only and then it was changed to hourly pay plus bonus then it went to hourly pay on tiers and commission and then it was changed two more times. All four times our performance exceeded the company goals and each time th...
You don't ask a question? Unless you have a contract stating otherwise, you are legally entitled to minimum wage (plus the applicable overtime).See question
I didn't adjust my 2nd note. Cancel letter says this is 'paid in full' and recorded with Clerk of Court. How do I know if they have wiped this clean?
The answer might be found in the documents you recently signed (you should have a copy and should have reviewed), the documents recorded in the county real estate records and the account records of the lender. If it was the same lender for both loans, it is possible, if not likely, they re-filed security deeds to maintain the appropriate priority. Again, you should have a copy of everything you signed so get it out and review.See question
My husband died we live in one home which I want to keep. The other home my daughter was already renting. Now I want her to purchase the home for the value of the house. Can I sell it to her just as if I was selling it to a stranger. I do not wan...
Yes, and you are smart to consider the implications with your other children and not create animosity between them later. You are equally wise to check with a CPA beforehand to check on any possible tax consequences of the sale.See question
I do not want pro se as I think is unwise. BUT I must have a civil law suit lawyer in federal court.
Federal courts do not appoint lawyers in civil cases. It is up to you to find one.See question