I have been with this company for a year. I recently started dating a co worker. After maybe a month into the relationship people found out about us including the manager. Every since that my manager was spreading rumours about me and had all the ...
Don't come down to see him before you go home. It's not worth it.
As an employee at will, you can be fired for any reason, even a silly one that is not protected by law. You have stated nothing in your question that would place you in a protected class.
The answer could change if you provided more information, including whether others are treated differently from you regarding their relationships at work.See question
The officer came in full dress however I know for a fact that he came as a personal favor of a friend and not from the police department. Is this legal?
It may be against police policy or a violation of the law, depending on exactly what he did. You can file an internal investigation complaint. However, if you decide to do it, make sure you are specific on what he did when he came to your house; what he asked your roommate; whether he used his police powers to indimiidate your roommate; the person he was trying help; the relationship between the officer and the person; and the supposed favor.See question
My partner and I wanted to start a company and now I would like to have sole ownership of the LLC. The problem is that we have filed it as partnership already. How can we remove the other member of the LLC? Both members agree to it, but we do not...
The first thing you need to resolve is the status of the company. Is it a partnership or LLC? You are mixing up the two types of companies. If it is an LLC, owners of the LLC are members. Next look to the partnership agreement if it is a partnership ,or the articles of organization, if it is a LLC to determine the steps you decided on how to remove the partner or member. An attorney should have drafted the document. So, the steps should be spelled out.
If an attorney did not draft the document, take it to an attorney who can assist you. It may be the simple step of buying out the person for a certain percentage of the company.See question
Typically speaking if a retainer runs out and the lawyer accepts payment plans does that additional balance need to be paid within the next month or so? Or is it like a credit card you pay I.e $100 a month until balance is paid off?
The payment method should be spelled out in the retainer agreement. If it isn't, discuss the matter with your attorney. There isn't a typical way of paying your balance. Several attorneys have payment plans and allow clients to pay it off over time if both agree. Others, require payments right away.See question
He is the owner of the truck and my sister and his second wife they're the insured drivers on the insurances.
It's not quite that simple.
If he still owed on the truck, the truck has to be paid off or the lienholder can repossess it.
If the truck is fully paid off and he died without a will, the administrator has to pay off the liabilities of the estate before the assets are distributed. If the truck isn't sold to pay off his debts, If the truck is the only remaining asset, it may have to be sold to be split between the children (1/2) and the second wife (1/2). The sister would not receive any part of the estate under intestate succession laws.
Hi! There, My son ( 7 yrs ) who went to a birthday party Glow in the dark n atlanta was injured badly with a metal object which was not secured in the play area. We had to call 911 and than we had to take him to the ER - he had a large g...
Yes, there are small claims attorneys who are available to discuss the matter with you in an initial consultation. You should google, small claims attorney and Atlanta. You should be able to obtain 5-10 names. Small claims goes as high as $15,000 in Georgia. The company may be liable for medical bills and pain and suffering.See question
In our own agreement, it is agreed that after 5 days of being late, she will be charged $75 per day or may face eviction. She has only given me partial rent (half), therefore, she is technically late on the full rent. Am I now eligible to forceful...
It is very unikely the entire process from filing the dispossessory, to serving her, to having the hearing, to having the authorites come to evict will take less than 30 days. It may be better to sue her for the money in small claims court, obtain a judgment, and garnish her wages for any judgment.See question
Worked there 1 month
If she'a union member, she should ask her union rep and read the union handbook. The problem may be the length of time she has been an employe. However, her union rep would know better about the protections she has as a member.See question
Live in a co-op and want to get an irrevocable trust for my daughter.....
If you're asking how much a lawyer would charge to draft an irrevocable trust, there isn't a concrete answer. The best thing to do is to call experienced trust attorneys in your area. Hire the attorney who fits your budget and comfort level.See question
I had an affair and got pregnant a few years ago. My husband knew about it and knows the possibility that the child is not his. He has accepted this and the child. Now the other guy who is in another state is trying to get a dna to see if the chil...
If you husband is on the birth certificate and you were married when the child was born, you can refuse visitation at this point.
You cannot handle this alone. Hire a lawyer to protect yourself and your child by filing an opposition to the request for a DNA test. One thing you don't want is sit on your rights, and then have the court issue an order for a DNA test without a fight.See question