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Mark S Guralnick

Marlton Family Law Attorney.

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  1. I am a legislative branch federal employee who has received a least two written warnings for absenteeism.

    Answered almost 5 years ago.

    1. Mark S Guralnick
    1 lawyer answer

    When an employee returns to work after FMLA leave, the employer must allow them to return either to the same position or to a position equal in pay, benefits and other terms and conditions of employment. Changes in the job are not permitted if they're based on the FMLA leave, but they may be acceptable if the employer would have made the same changes to your job duties anyway. Hope this helps. If you found this post helpful, please click on the thumbs up (helpful) tab. Thanks. Mark S....

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  2. Circumstance changed since filing petition to modify parent plan / CS

    Answered almost 5 years ago.

    1. Mark S Guralnick
    1 lawyer answer

    You will probably need to file an Amended Petition and a Notice of Hearing, then bring the issue up before the judge in Sarasota. Depending on the complexity of the issues, you may be able to accomplish what you want on the uniform motion calendar that runs every day, unless your case is subject to a master's hearing or a mediation order. Good luck. If you think this post was helpful, please click the thumbs up (helpful) tab . Thanks. Mark S. Guralnick Attorney at Law 1-866-337-2900...

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  3. Sue a Debtor in another state or vacate a default order in another state?

    Answered almost 5 years ago.

    1. Mark S Guralnick
    2. Shawn B Alexander
    2 lawyer answers

    Unfortunately, no. If the "debtor" attempts to transfer and register the judgment in New Jersey, you may be able to challenge the judgment from being enforced in NJ if you can show that there was deficiencies in service or that you were denied due process of law. But only the Kansas court can change a Kansas judgment. Good luck. If you think this post was helpful, please click the thumbs up (helpful) tab . Thanks. Mark S. Guralnick Attorney at Law 1-866-337-2900 msglegal@comcast.net

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  4. Not in titel of the house,can my husband sale it without me when i am go for a vacation to germany

    Answered almost 5 years ago.

    1. Mark S Guralnick
    1 lawyer answer

    Your English is better than you think. I strongly suggest that you talk to a divorce lawyer BEFORE you go to Germany. We are Burlington County lawyers, and I would be happy to help you. You may have a right to permanent alimony. You may also have a right to part of the house, even though your name is not on the title. He can probably sell the house without your signature, but a good title agent will forbid him from doing so. You have many options besides divorce, but you should take...

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  5. My wife don't want to communicate either, email or phone...what should i do?

    Answered almost 5 years ago.

    1. Mark S Guralnick
    2. Thomas S. Durst
    3. Theodore W. Robinson
    4 lawyer answers

    You need to live in NJ for at least one year before you file for divorce here, unless the grounds for divorce are adultery. I handle NJ family law cases. Call me if you need more assistance. We have offices throughout the state. Good luck. If you think this post was helpful, please click on the thumbs up (helpful) tab below. Thanks. Mark S. Guralnick 1-866-337-2900 msglegal@comcast.net

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  6. Life insurance policy

    Answered almost 5 years ago.

    1. Mark S Guralnick
    1 lawyer answer

    Start by reading the life insurance policy itself. It should contain a description of your rights to income, redemption, etc. You may also want to call the agent through whom you purchased it. Good luck. If you think this post was helpful, please click on the thumbs up (helpful) tab below. Thanks. Mark S. Guralnick 1-866-337-2900 msglegal@comcast.net

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  7. What is your opinion on emancipation and how do you think it affects a teen's life most?

    Answered almost 5 years ago.

    1. Mark S Guralnick
    2. Brent Allan Rose
    2 lawyer answers

    I assume your friend is in his late teens. We all get "emancipated" some time, and for many these days, it seems that they put off emancipation until they enter their 20s. The question sounds like there are other issues: Is your friend fighting with his family? Is he just yearning for independence or freedom? Is he debating whether to move out in connection with a job, a girlfriend, or a school program? Evaluate the significance of the reasons for emancipating before deciding if it makes...

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  8. Can I represent myself in a divorce trial in Supreme Court?

    Answered almost 5 years ago.

    1. Mark S Guralnick
    2. David Alexander Browde
    3. Carlos Gonzalez
    3 lawyer answers

    Negotiate with your attorney. Sign a lien to your attorney (or get a court order approving such a lien for fees). Or switch attorneys, if it's not too close to your court date to get somebody new up to speed. Call me if I can help. If you think this post was helpful, please click on the thumbs up (helpful) tab. Thanks. -- Mark S. Guralnick 1-866-337-2900 msglegal@comcast.net

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  9. Do I have a case?

    Answered almost 5 years ago.

    1. Mark S Guralnick
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    If you are not the convicted felon the employer thinks you are, then it surely sounds like they conducted a negligent background check. It also appears that their decision to fire you was a pretense for sexual harassment/sex discrimination and/or retaliation for your refusal to interact with the operations manager. Plus, if they really obtained a report that you were a felon, you may have a valid legal claim against the employer, and against the company they used to perform background checks,...

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  10. How do i sue a hospitalthat is out of state i live in fl nand the hospital is in buffalo ny

    Answered almost 5 years ago.

    1. Tami Leigh Diebel
    2. Mark S Guralnick
    3. Lars A. Lundeen
    3 lawyer answers

    You should get a lawyer who handles malpractice in NY. We handle medical malpractice cases in both Florida and Buffalo, NY, and I would be happy to help you. (Where are you in Florida?---I have offices throughout the state). We will need to review the medical/hospital records, and perhaps retain an expert witness, but if their negligence led to your scar, it sound like you have a case. In Florida, you can reach us at 954-545-9898, 813-872-9000, 407-425-9700 or 1-866-337-2900. If...

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