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Kenneth Love Jr.

Kenneth Love’s Answers

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  • May I ask the plaintiff to provide a copy of his doctoral degree certificate to see if he has a credibility issue?

    I have been involved in a civil case in Raleigh, NC. The plaintiff alleged many untrue "facts" in his complaint. We went through a deposition during which he stated that he has a doctoral degree in a field which was totally different from what h...

    Kenneth’s Answer

    You can, but expect his attorney to argue its not relevant. Be prepared to explain why it is.

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  • Should I still try to drop off rental payment?

    My LL is terminating my lease because my rent was not paid on the 1rst of the month and my son who is on the lease got arrested on a drug charge. In the letter they say they will not accept delinquent payments.

    Kenneth’s Answer

    Attempt to make the payment. The bigger problem will be the drug charge. Payment won't solve the criminal activity which is another ground for eviction.

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  • Are we allowed to interrogate employees regarding reasons they ask for a day off?

    I am one of two receptionists in a small privately owned home care agency. Recently our "financial manager" has implemented on her own new personnel management policies. She has informed us that we need to "interrogate" our employees regarding ...

    Kenneth’s Answer

    It is legal. But it depends on what they mean by interrogate. If they are saying they want you to get specifics about the day off request, it is legal to have you do it...it is more appropriate to have the manager do it.

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  • How can I sue for the money

    What is the non custodial parent carries the child on his taxes told the custodial parent that he will give the child for money but did not do so what can I do

    Kenneth’s Answer

    Unless you have an order or proof of the agreement, suing will probably be unfruitful. But if the custody order says you can file, yes you can sue.

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  • Do I have to hire an attorney to cancel this order or can I file some sort of motion myself.

    I'm a dad of a 17 year old son that no longer wants to live with his mother. He has been living with me since January 1, 2016 and he no longer wants to live with his mother. I have a court order through Catawba that says I have to pay her child su...

    Kenneth’s Answer

    You file a motion to modify custody. Understand that these are difficult, but you can do it without an attorney.

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  • Can I get the compensation from him?

    My ex-fiancee broke off the engagement after only several day-engagement. I was shocked and have been having emotional distress for months. I recognized the reason he did not want to marry anymore was he did not want to cut off with the other gir...

    Kenneth’s Answer

    Very unlikely. First, engagements break apart with great frequency, so it was foreseeable that this was likely.

    Second, the engagement was very short...that would be extremely hard to make a claim for emotional distress.

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  • State employee promotion deferred--is this allowed?

    I am a North Carolina state employee. On dec. 16th 2016, I was notified, after applying, that I had been chosen for a promotion to a new, higher position. I soon after that learned that a fellow employee, that had also applied for the same positio...

    Kenneth’s Answer

    There is nothing that says what the company should do either way. At the end of the day, the agency is being prudent by waiting for the EEOC complaint to be resolved. If the complaint were substantiated, they would likely have to remove you from the position and have you all reapply.

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  • Is there any chance that he won't have to serve the entire 8 month sentence?

    My husband was sentenced to an eight month active sentence yesterday with two 18month supervision terms to follow after he is released. A few friends have told me that he won't have to end up serving the whole eight months, that he will probably b...

    Kenneth’s Answer

    There is no way to answer that unfortunately on this site. It will depend on what he was convicted of, his prior record, and the specific terms of the ruling.

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  • How can we get the apartment complex to not charge him a penalty for breaking the lease. ??

    My son was in a car accident where he was the passenger. He was severely injured and had multiple broken bones and internal injuries. He was in the hospital having several surgeries for 13 days. He has a lease at an apartment complex in Charlotte ...

    Kenneth’s Answer

    Unfortunately, there is no legal way to do so. Just speak to them and plead to their humanity for compassion

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