He did not have a will, and I hve been left to make the house payments, which I have done for the past 8 years until I lost my job, now I want to sell the property since I can no longrt afford to keep it and give the funds (if any) after the is pa...
The court appoints administrators for people who have died without a will. An attorney would need to consider what the deed says as well.See question
Was working for my employer for 10+ years. Production was increased the past few years which lead to a back injury. I'm currently on wmc and I was terminated from my 2nd job because my family leave expired which I took because of the injures incur...
I've had the issue come up where physical restrictions prevent a worker from doing one of two jobs. That should be part of your workers' comp claim.
Also regarding the case manager, you could ask your doctor to keep her in the waiting area and not talk to her after your appointment.
Use the Find a Lawyer function at this site.See question
I was caught by probation smoking and had the roach in my hand as we walked by bathroom it was burning me i threw in toilet and immediately let my probation officer know i threw it in. Later another cop was called in who was not present at the tim...
KRS § 524.100. Tampering with physical evidence
(1) A person is guilty of tampering with physical evidence when, believing that an official proceeding is pending or may be instituted, he:
(a) Destroys, mutilates, conceals, removes or alters physical evidence which he believes is about to be produced or used in the official proceeding with intent to impair its verity or availability in the official proceeding; or
(b) Fabricates any physical evidence with intent that it be introduced in the official proceeding or offers any physical evidence, knowing it to be fabricated or altered.
(2) Tampering with physical evidence is a Class D felony.
History. Effective: January 1, 1975See question
He thought that if they took his information and paid him again then it must be okay. He owed $10,000 has paid $5,000 and will pay the rest with income tax this year. THey are now saying something about a civil suit and wants all the money now. W...
I would expect a criminal prosecution, not civil.See question
I didn't have much in savings only 3,000 but it was enough to keep our home. My husband lost his job and it saved us until he got back to work. How will this affect me come tax season? Thanks?
You need to find out the answer to this and possible alternatives before you cash out the 401(k). Talk to your tax preparer.See question
my little brother stole my laptop and admitted to it but ha gave the police the location and they said they cannot get a warrent because it was based soley on evidence from a juvenile
That's an interesting question on an issue I have not directly dealt with before. Juveniles can give testimony in court. Outside of court, their parents need to be there if the police want to do more than make an initial inquiry into whether a crime may have occurred. The police may have encountered a judge who is unwilling to issue a warrant based on information received from a juvenile.
If someone has your property, then you can always bring a civil lawsuit and avoid the police altogether. The police only investigate criminal cases.See question
I resigned from my position, and I agreed to stay on an 2 weeks (so 4 weeks total) to help with the transition . My employer took out a portion of my second to last paycheck claiming he did not take out enough taxes on my bonus pay. I did not re...
If you earned the wages, the employer needs to pay you. This would also apply to accrued vacation. The courts are here to help resolve disputes.See question
i end my 3 year probation and nobody told me i had to go to court but being detailed i looked it up and found out i have a court date why
The case may be reviewed that day to see if you complied with any payment of fines, court costs, restitution, etc.
Better to go to court and address any remaining issues than to have the judge issue a bench warrant.See question
Careless Op citation. Police lied. Judge yelled and cut me off, was rude, condesending and I didn't get to tell my side. He refuted my testimony as if he was there. Pros. did not ask me 1 question because judge himself was prosecuting me. I n...
You have not actually asked a question. You are now looking at paying a lawyer more to try to get the case straightened out than you would have paid to get it done right the first time. Go to the court clerk's office, get a video copy of your hearing, and take it to a lawyer ASAP. The clock on your "appeal" is running...
Expect to pay by the hour with a retainer up front, or a flat fee, before "a lawyer who's not afraid to confront the system" takes time from their other cases to work on yours.See question
i am moving out of the county and moving eastern ky. how long do i have to be resident of that county to file for divorce. there is no children or assets. i am not working at a steady job, that is the reason for the move to start a new life. my so...
With the new court rules, you could file the divorce here and not have to go to court in Boone County to get the divorce finalized. Or you could contact a lawyer when you get to Bell County and have the money.
Every attorney sets their own price. Some attorneys may work with you on payments. You should go with someone you are comfortable with who will get your case done as quickly as you are able to do your part.See question