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I have a training contract with an airline based in WY. The contract was for 15 months (started 1/15/16) and states in ch.2 "...or is discharged at any time during training or within 15 months of active service... he will repay..." and then in ch....
A Wyoming attorney is likely going to need to review this contract in full to provide a meaningful answer. What you appear to be asking is whether the "leave" you were granted waived some provisions of your training agreement.See question
I'll be 65 in April and receive SSR with pension starting in April.
Whatever you're doing, despite your insolvency, speak to a bankruptcy attorney before you go down this path. Not to be critical, but handling a bankruptcy pro se is fraught procedural traps. You may not have to file, as many attorneys will tell you, not everything can be discharged.
If you cannot find a good bankruptcy attorney here on AVVO, contact the Wyoming Bar Association in Cheyenne. They have an attorney referral service and can refer you to legal assistance programs in the state.See question
Hi, I got a ticket of Hit and Run back in 2011 in Jackson Hole, WY. and i have to go to court to explain what was going on.I paid off to the owner of the car that i hit right after that. The court people told me that i am clear and good to go. I ...
"Going to court to explain what was going on" can mean a number of things. Were you subpoenaed to testify at a trial of some sort? Is the ticket unpaid and you have an outstanding warrant of some sort? No one can answer your question without the details, and placing them on a public website forum is not exactly prudent. Find a good criminal defense attorney in Teton County here on AVVO or contact the WY Bar Association in Cheyenne for a referral.See question
Invested cash in a hotel business with a friend based on an llc, were promised to get ROI june 2016, figured out that the project hasnt been done and they are very short in cash and cant pay anyone back.
You can't blood from a stone, but you can possibly trace where the money through what is called an accounting action if you are a holder of interests in the LLC. Sitting down with an experienced securities fraud attorney will be worth the time spent here. If you've been defrauded, chances are someone else has as well. There may be even an opportunity to "whistleblow" under Dodd-Frank provisions to the SEC.See question
While being deposed in 2016, my sister, the managing Partner of our Family Partnership in NJ, stated that she had kept over $50,000 a year from 1986-2016 in rent paid in cash to the Partnership and didn't pay taxes on it. That's $1,500,000 of tax ...
This "Managing Partner" was, as you say, "deposed." This begs the question "why?" and whether you had or have counsel representing you in a pending legal proceeding. Family financial matters such as these can be fraught with rancor and bitterness. If you don't have an attorney representing you to deal with these issues, hire one. If you already have one, sit down with them one-on-one to have them explain what it is that is going on.See question
I140 denied and looking into other ways.
This is an immigration question. Not a securities question. I have placed it in the correct category.See question
While in a meeting with corporate I reported that a manager instructed me to break company "selling with integrity" policy. They said they would investigate and a few weeks later that same manager fired me for breaking the very same policy. I had ...
Your employment is, absent a contract to the contrary, "at will." That means your employer can fire you for any lawful reason without explanation. Whether you followed your company's complaint process would be disclosed in your HR manual or employee manual. Even so, this "integrity" policy sounds as if it is a company policy and not a specific thing designed to address compliance with federal or state law. You should speak with an attorney and bring your paperwork (offer letter, employee manual, e-mails, etc) so that you can be guided accordingly.See question
Business owner wants to open a "daughter company" in New York. She wants to form a legal structure - LLC - C-corp; S-corp?? What is applicaple with visa B1/B2 in passport? How much time it takes? Is it possible to form a company in 1 day? How ...
Forming a company is relatively simple, but as others have noted, this would likely violate B1/B2 status. If forming the company is the primary goal without a need for the immigration benefit, there may be some options to pursue. If immigration is the key driver, you should likely consider an EB-5 investment in a Regional Center (the amount is $500,000 now but will go up on 4/28 most likely). In such a case, the investment does not have to be in NY. Whatever the case, there are numerous issues with proof of funds and the like in situations such as yours. You will need corporate/securities counsel with some immigration experience to assist you.See question
A friend purchased a mobile home originally I was going to buy the home but money didn't work out in time on my end so friend purchased home I moved into home 3 months later I moved out 9 months later she is suing me for the purchase price of the ...
You will have to speak directly with an attorney in Wyoming to answer this question, as the amount of the sale price and duration of installment payments, among other things, may well affect whether there's an enforceable obligation. But it sounds like you may have a rent dispute rather than a r/e dispute, and perhaps (just perhaps) that rental agreement supercedes the oral purchase agreement. This is why you need to speak to an attorney. The Wyoming Bar Association has an excellent referral service if you cannot find someone here on AVVO.See question
I work in a high drama, lots of gossip and rumors business as a server. I do complain to other employees about the lack of work being done; however, I have only said something twice to my manager and both times it was about the same person. My man...
Attorney Baker's comments are well-taken. You should work with an Arkansas attorney in your area to file a complaint with the Arkansas Dep't of Labor and perhaps pursue legal action. Whatever you do, do not handle this sort of litigation yourself. You can find a good attorney here on AVVO or through the referral service of the Arkansas Bar Association in Little Rock, www.arkbar.com.See question