David Scott Bartos’s Answers

David Scott Bartos

Rocky River Bankruptcy Attorney.

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  1. I have worked for the same place for over 22 years, not getting paid for breaks that i have to work through, while the other

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. David Scott Bartos
    1 lawyer answer

    You should get paid for your time. It appears that the company is violating several laws and you have the right to get attorney fees as well.

  2. I was fired and had vacation time can they not pay me that time

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. David Scott Bartos
    2. Michelle Lynn Marshall
    2 lawyer answers

    They should pay you. You earned the vacation time and they need to pay it.

  3. I have a doctor bil that I have paid some on but was turned over to a collection agency. The collection agency is charging

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Greg Reichenbach
    2. David Scott Bartos
    3. Dorothy G Bunce
    4. Michael John Primus
    4 lawyer answers

    They do not have a right to charge interest or collection fees unless you agree to them.

  4. We hired a roofing company that refused to let us get out of the contract, they have made big errors

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. David Scott Bartos
    1 lawyer answer

    Generally, if a contractor does a terrible job, you can sue them. It sounds like they did a terrible job. You would need to have another contractor estimate what it would cost to fix the problems. You would have to prove your damages. You can also threaten to sue, however, it does not appear that this company would be threatened easily. Contact an attorney in your area to discuss the issue.

  5. I received a settlement offer from a woman who originally had sued me for Lible (I didn't do it!), but I am not in agreement....

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. David Scott Bartos
    1 lawyer answer

    It sounds like they are blowing smoke. However, you can look at the Secretary of State's web pages to find out who the statutory agent is. You can contact the statutory agent to find out who is the owner. Regardless of who owns the company, the father will most likely be directing the litigation (If the daughter owns the company because Daughter's will generally listen to their fathers. If the Father owns the company, obviously he would have a say). Generally, the statutory agent will...

  6. Expunging 2 Seperate Misdemeanor Cases from Record

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. David Scott Bartos
    1 lawyer answer

    It is possible to try and have the marijuana possession vacated, which wil possibly allow you to expunge the disorderly conducts. Please contact my office to discuss (no charge) 1-440-409-0300

  7. Subpeona of Witness for Unemployment Hearing

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. David Scott Bartos
    2. Donald Michael Gallick
    2 lawyer answers

    You have a very troubling issue. Based upon your request, I am assuming what you have to say will be bad for the company and you don't want to get in trouble/fired for saying it. You can file a Motion to Quash the Subpoena, however, you will probably need an attorney to file the motion. Unless the the Motion to Quash is granted or the parties settle, you will need to go to the hearing. The subpoena is a Court order to appear for the hearing. If you do not appear, hypothetically, a warrant...

  8. Wanting to get temp custoday of grandson from daughter who is incapable of taking care of him.

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. David Scott Bartos
    2. Paul Michael Kocsis
    2 lawyer answers

    I do not know what your question is, however, if she is not in agreement, you will need to prove her unfit to care for the child. This is a tough burden to prove. You will need to prove your case to the Judge or Magistrate and probably need to hire an attorney. If you would like a free consultation, please contact my office at 1(440)409-0300.

  9. I remarried in Ohio before the finalization date on my divorce decree. Am I legally married now?

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. David Scott Bartos
    2. Robert Ricci
    3. Yevgeny Jack Berner
    3 lawyer answers

    Unfortunately, you may not be married. In the State of Ohio, a Court decision is valid only after it is filed (time stamped) If you were remarried prior to the divorce judgment entry being filed then a strong argument could be made that you are not married. You should consult an attorney so he/she can fully evaluate your case.

  10. Am I entitled to anything from a non marriage situation

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Loretta Marie Helfrich
    2. David Scott Bartos
    3. Christopher Joseph Tamms
    3 lawyer answers

    You might have a claim for detrimental reliance or a claim for essentials provided. It would be best to contact an attorney.