they told me they had somebody else in their mind for the job, but hasn't made an offer yet but thinking they will make an offer to the person soon. Instead of interview for management position they offered me a seasonal job.
There are a number of things that I would want to know... were you an existing employee at the firm or did you come in from the outside? Were yo asked any questions or were you immediately shown the door? Was the job posted? You need to speak to someone via phone to get these questions answered to determine whether this is something that should be pursued. We would welcome the opportunity to speak with you.See question
How much costs is involved. What procedure is involved.
You will need to make a telephone call to an attorney familiar with mirror orders and the Hague Convention. In order to answer the question, quite a bit of additional information is needed .... for example, does your case currently involve the state department or the Hague Convention, who filed the Convention action if there is one. . Generally mirror orders are requested of the court hearing the Hague action Without knowing a great deal more, it is hard to provide additional information. Your best course of action would be to schedule a consultation with an attorney familiar with international custodial issues.See question
My ex pays me monthly, when he feels like it, and he tells my 10 year old daughter that he will not buy her clothes at his house to wear to school because he pays me child support and that is supposed to be spent on clothing for his house and mine...
If your ex husband is behind in his support, you can engage the courts to order him to follow the existing court order. As a general rule, his legal obligation is to pay support. However, your order may require additional legal obligations. You may need a review of your order and to determine whether you will need the court to assist you in receiving any support ordered by the court. If you have not yet established a court order, you may need the assistance in establishing an order.See question