The church pays money to an outside ministry that puts on seminars at the church. You fill out forms and the ministry prepares the documents.
Probably not wise. But as long as the service isn't giving advice or telling anyone how to fill out forms or which forms to fill out, it may be legal.See question
1. Person A- Mobile Coffee Business 2. Person B- Mobile Baked Goods/Desserts business 3. Catering Business What is the best business structure that allows Person A and B to maintain individual ownership of their respective brands but work...
I think you should both consider sitting down with an attorney to discuss your individual goals, as well as you're joint goals. Because of the wish to remain independent, you may be walking into a complicated web that, if not careful, can turn the relationship sour quickly.See question
Trying to become a member of a LLC.
What about it? Unless you post what you mean, anything we write up is speculation and worth nothing. We need some basis for any kind of response.See question
What are airport security guards duties in brief. How can we elaborate that any company who proclaims to give special and advance security for air-port purposes are legit to prove their claims or not. I have this company named United Security Serv...
No one can tell you if a service is "worth getting".
Your "question" is improper for this site. No one is going to review the company and then give you a synopsis. If you want that done, you will need to hire someone to do so and provide their legal advice based on that, after a thorough assessment of your needs and your company.See question
The court dismiss my DUI but it still shows in my DMV print out I got this in 2014 what can I do to be Erase from my DMV print out
If you failed to request a DMV hearing within 10 days from the date of arrest, the DMV would have suspended your license as a separate action. Separate from anything that would have happened in court, unless you're BAC was below .08%.
Was the DUI dismissed in court, or was it not filed? There is a difference.
But in either of those scenarios, if you didn't request a DMV hearings, you would have had an opportunity to get a new DMV hearing. But that request would have had to be made within 1 yr from the initial incident. So, if you missed those opportunities, and your license was suspended by DMV (sounds like it was), there is nothing you can do at this point.See question
My sons case looks bad, 17 year old digital penetration on an 11 year old and Criminal Threat. That is how it reads. The actual evidence and witness will show a much different story. I can not afford the lowest cost attorney and the majority will ...
You can consult with anyone. But you won't be able to help. You'll end up forcing the waiver of any confidentiality between the attorney and your son. The best way you can help is letting the public defender do their job, or helping son come up with money to hire private counsel.See question
My girlfriend got sentenced to730 days in the county jail,how much time will she do
Depends on what all the charges are and whether it's consecutive or concurrent sentencing. If it's county, it's most likely consecutive misdemeanors. If that's the case, likely around 1 yr of actual timeSee question
Arrested for dui on Feb 22, sleeping in my parked car on the side of the highway. They took my license and gave me a court date for June!!! They didn't give me a temp license slip, didn't tell me anything about suspensions or hearings even after I...
1) DMV cant give you answers until they get one of two things. (A) paperwork indicating you were arrested for DUI, have a .08% BAC or above, and fail to request a hearing in time. Or (b) a dui conviction. Until either of those happen, DMV can't suspend your license. So you are good to drive. If your license was taken, CHP should have given you a temp. If they didn't, demand one.
2) county court can't tell you anything because they are the last to know in this case. CHP officer needs to forward report to District Attorney's office. DA then needs to review and decide whether to file (in San Bern, they nearly always do). Once they file, then the court can tell you very limited info. Sometimes that filing is done months before the date on your ticket, sometimes it's not until the day of. Until that is filed, you CANNOT expedite. No, you shouldn't call the DA to get them to file faster. Let it go. If they don't file within a year, they can't file against you and you avoid ANY conviction.
3) CHP can only give you info on the ticket. They won't release reports. They don't decide whether you are guilty. Don't really do anything until the case gets under way.See question
Hello, My DUI occurred on 4/20/14 and was a .09%. There was no injury or accident and I was 22 years old. I went to trial with my lawyer for about a year and had my blood retested and it ended up .08%. However, with Orange County being strict I s...
While there is no requirement that you do a certain amount of probation before requesting to terminate, a general rule of thumb is completing at least half of the probation period. In addition to that, all of the probation requirements that you had should be completed. If you can provide proof of the job retraction due to the DUI, then your likelihood of success will increase. However, no one will be able to give you any kind of probability, as there are a number of factors involved.See question
My baca was .07 DMV set aside my case will I still get charge ? My first date is 3/23/17
Yes. On a .07, Riverside will still charge you under VC 23152(a). That section does not require a specific BAC level and the DMV dismissal has no impact on the case in court.See question