a close friend has a daughter and everytime she needs money she will send him nude pictures of her self and he then will send her money
If she is under 18 there are very serious consequences.See question
This involved being injured. I had sick days to use, with a doctors release. My employer cheated me out of the pay even though the company handbook says it is covered.
My son has no respect for other's property, but has no criminal record. Whats the worst punishment he could get for the damage? Its about $250.00 to have the dealer fix the torn off parts. This is in overland park Kansas. He is 27 years old.
If he has no criminal record he should request diversion. If he stays out of trouble, and grows up, everything should be fine.
In December my business got a letter claiming that a client is claiming negligence on a procedure we performed (tattooing). We do not have a professional insurance (as it does not exist in the industry), and the insurance carrier for the building ...
Make sure you hire a lawyer that you can afford, some lawyers do flat rate representation. If you are confident in winning, make sure you will and can afford representation all the way to the end.See question
We obtained a business cash advance with a high daily payback through our business bank account by ACH. We need to reduce the daily payback amount. Can you read the contract and advise?
I suggest you hire an attorney.See question
Many inspection items negotiated & seller refused to replace H20 heater. Seller feels he caved on price already . H20 heater dies 10 days before closing and seller feels buyer should pay 1/2. He feels I'm not negotiating enough on his behalf as h...
At least the buyer is having someone pay for half of his brand new water heater. I believe, the onus, would fall squarely on the buyer in a few states. Not sure about the specific state laws here. However, I agree my colleague, review the documents once more and see if it is addressed anywhere.See question
The gm of the company I work for fled an accident because he was drunk. He drove to a parking lot and fled on foot. He called me late at night to come and get him and didn't tell me why. We went to the owners house where they asked me to take the ...
agree with my colleagues. Not too late, but it should be an arduous process, make sure you get an attorney whom you have good rapport with.See question
I run a Gaming Community online here in the States and I have an individual in Canada that plays with us and hes legally liscened up there to grow and sell in Canada . He is wanting to give some money to our gamers for upgrading their game on lin...
This is a fairly complex question. There are some questions that may help other contributors: you "run" the business, do you manage or own it? What is this gentlemen's connection with the gaming community you run? Does he want advertising, etc?
You can always speak with an attorney about having him/her research the question for you.See question
A few months ago I accepted a friend request from someone in another state whose name I did not recognize, figuring I may know them. I sent a message asking if I knew them after accepting the request, but got no response. After a few months I saw ...
I certainly commend you for doing the right thing here. You appear to be an intelligent, caring, young individual. I agree with my colleague, and suggest you speak to your parents about what is the right decision. But I would also suggest discussing this matter more in-depth.
I believe you have two options: ignore it or confront it.
If you are in fear of danger, you should confront it. Depending on how long this has been going on, it may be possible that he has "solicited sex from a minor over the internet" which is a felony.
If however, you want it to go away -- just keep blocking all contact, delete without even looking at any messages. If that does not work you can file a protection from stalking.
You are doing the right thing here, keep it up.See question
I was hired by a company from Minnesota to do the rough framing and put a roof on a new house being constructed near me in Kansas. From the start the landowner was upset with the company over things but assured me he was happy with my work and wh...
You may wish to begin consulting with an attorney about the specifics of the case. It is not too early to begin building a relationship with an attorney that will represent you if a claim begins. At the same time, if you are attempting to fix the problems and are asked to leave, I believe that would limit your liability as a party has a duty to mitigate their damages, which may include allowing repairs or fixing of their complaints.
A lot of this situation may "depend"See question