Alan is correct. I'm assuming that you are the person who is "the other partner" and not the President. First, when you say partner that means something specific. You should definitely speak with an attorney, when you meet the attorney be prepared to provide whatever formation documents plus partnership agreement or operating agreement, plus any communications regarding the issue of managing the business.
Your partnership or operating agreement (if LLC) should specify who the managers are...
If this is in Texas it is unlikely that the mother has sole custody. The default is that both parents are consider managing conservators, but the child lives in one place and goes to school out of that home and spends weekends and certain holidays with the other parent.
This could be different in your situation. The key is what does the custody order say?
Does the mother need to get permission from the Court before relocating out of the County? Does the relocation cause any additional...
That is a question for your elected officials.
If illegals or anyone else utilize someone else's social security number and they are caught they are prosecuted.
Criminal defense attorneys represent people charged with crimes.
If someone raped a 15 year old they they should be charged and convicted, but that is not what criminal defense attorneys do.
If you have been charged with a crime, the State obviously believes that there is enough evidence to charge you. You absolutely need to hire an attorney.
If the complainant (alleged victim) has given a statement, even if they don't testify in court you could still possibly be convicted at a trial.
My best advice for you is to not underestimate the seriousness of this matter and see it as something trivial. There are very serious consequences for simply being charged with a matter like...
You should contact an attorney immediately.
First, you can be arrested on that warrant at any time and it will likely happen sooner rather than later. If you you contact an attorney, they may help you to post bond in the present matter which could prevent you being arrested or limit the time you spend in jail after being arrested.
If you have actually been convicted of a felony, you may have provided a false statement in your application for welfare benefits. If you intentionally or...
You may have seen some of the cases in the Philadelphia and Connecticut area where a mother was given jail time for using a different address to get into a particular school.
If the child lives with you then its not an issue, but if the child does not live with you then you could be charged with providing false information on a public document.
Every situation like this is unique and depends on the circumstances. A court would consider that safety of the child.
A court might consider the length of time that the teenager's are left unsupervised,
Health or developmental issues with the child - for example if the child needs medication or is disabled,
The age of the child/children is also a factor - 13 years old versus 17 years old
If you have a specific question you should probably consult with a lawyer. If...
My understanding is that you are asking about the duty to disclose certain criminal charges/convictions on a job application.
If that is the case, the wording is of utmost importance. There are several questions that need to be answered before anyone can give you a conclusive answer.
One question is did the job application ask about criminal charges or criminal convictions?
What restrictions or clarifications were put on the time period for reporting.
There is not enough there to...
I agree with Brian and Andrew, you have to put your contract in writing and you must be consistent in making sure that when changes are made they are put in writing and signed by the parties involved. You should have your own change order form that you have the client file.
It is hard sometimes when you need the business and you feel as if you don't have a lot of power in a negotiation, but sometimes its better to not get the business than to take a loss on the transaction. I've seen it...