Unless you have an employment contract that provides otherwise, your employer may terminate your employment without cause, without explanation, and without allowing an appeal. Your employer's failure to follow a written disciplinary policy may help you if they should attempt to deny your claim for unemployment benefits.
An employer who gives details regarding their experience with a past employee could face a potential defamation action if their review of the employee's performance costs him or her a position and the employer cannot prove truth. As a result, many companies have a policy of refusing to answer inquiries regarding past employment except to confirm dates of employment and rate of pay. She might consider contacting the HR department to inquire if they would permit her supervising physicians to...
This answer assumes that you are the biological mother of a child born in the State of Ohio, and you were never married to the father.
Until the father petitions a court of competent jurisdiction to establish parental rights, including visitation, all visitation and transportation are at your sole discretion, even if there is a child support order.
However, if the father should petition the court, he is likely to receive some court-ordered visitation, and possibly even shared custody...
Typically a stepparent is not a party to a custody case, although some non-parents have the right to file for visitation under certain circumstances. If you are seeking parental rights concerning these children, you would need to file a petition to adopt them, which would require terminating their mother's parental rights. If you adopt your stepsons, you become a parent with all of the financial responsibilities that entails.
There are many factors that a judge or magistrate will consider in determining the best interest of the child(ren). They are detailed in RC 3109.04. The factors are weighted differently in each case. Thre is no set "formula" to follow.
The answer to this question would depend upon how the title to the Ohio property was held. If it was joint with survivorship, the Wife might be able to sell. An attorney should examine both the divorce decree and the title to the Ohio property before the Wife makes any attempt to sell the property.
The price of a dissolution can vary depending upon the types of assets that are involved. It's difficult to quote a fee without knowing your entire situation. Many family law attorneys, including my office, offer an initial consultation at no cost to you so that we can gather enough information to give you a good idea of the cost involved.
As to the retirement, under Ohio law, you are likely entitled to 1/2 of the marital portion of both the PERS and the steelworker's pension. There is a...
when one of you files for divorce, you will have an opportunity to request temporary orders, which may require him to pay you temporary spousal support and pay certain bills. In addition, the court can order injunctions that forbid him to drop your health insurance, take your car, etc.
In the divorce, you will be entitled to an equitable share of all of the assets (and debts) that were amassed during the course of your marriage. You may be entitled to spousal support for a period of time...
Without reviewing the actual terms of the contract, it is impossible to advise you whether the company is within its rights.
I would suggest contacting a labor and employment attorney near you to review the contract. You may have some legal recourse based on the contract and on the fact that you gave up another position in reliance on the new employer's promises.