For the past 3 years I've worked for a certain company. On Tuesday I was brought into the office by the GM and introduced to a private investigator whom was employed/contracted by my employer. The guy took the next 2 hours to fire me on grounds th...
I agree with the other posters that more information is needed to give you a full legal answer. Washington State is at-will employment, which gives employers the right to terminate you at any time, unless there is discrimination or protected action. However, an attorney may still be able to help you. At a minimum, an attorney may be able to look into the investigation and challenge the conclusions. An attorney may be able to help you by ensuring that your employment record with your last employer includes a challenge to the investigation or evidence that proves the investigation's conclusions are not true. An attorney may be able to use this information to ensure that the previous employer does not give you a bad reference for your future job search. If these options are something you are interested in, you should contact an attorney. Many attorneys offer a free consultation.See question
My fiance has a little boy that was born in a different county, where the case was filed between her and her ex. They were never married. The GAL and the fathers attorney live in the county where the case was filed. The child, Father and mother (m...
I agree with the previous poster. Also, you may want to consider hiring an attorney in the county where the case currently is, this may be the fastest most efficient way to handle the case. In some cases, you can communicate with the attorney mostly by phone and email which will reduce the amount of times you have to travel. You can use this website to help you find an attorney. You can also look at an attorney's individual website to get more information. Many attorneys offer a free consultation which can help you decide on which attorney to hire.See question
my wife is not following the parenting plan and is making it very dificalt to see the kids or even talk to them.
I agree with the previous posters. You should consider attorneys that are outside the Lynnwood area, since many attorneys practice in multiple cities, and some have office locations in multiple places. In addition to this website, you can look at individual attorney's websites to get morre information about them, whether they offer a free consultation, and to get contact information for the attorney. Based on what you posted, you should consider hiring an attorney as soon as possible to help you with the child custody and visitation issues.See question
He comes to my house checking on me in the night wihtout me knowing and recently egged my windows with 3 other guys. I love my job and really don't want to give it up! Please help. TY
I agree with the previoius poster that you will not be forced to find a different job if you seek a protection order against your ex. If you were in a dating or intimate relationship at one point, you will likely want to seek a domestic violence protection order. You can get this type of order for stalking and harassment, it does not require physical abuse. If you want to get a protection order, you should contact your local police office to report what your ex has done and ask for a reference to a victim advocate. You can also hire an attorney to help you get a protection order. It is definitely possible to get a protection on your own, but an attorney can be helpful to navigate the legal process and so that you do not have to deal with your ex directly.See question
I'd like to file suit against my employer for discrimination, but have no idea what to look for in a good and reputable attorney. I would appreciate any help. .
I agree with the previous poster. You should also consider whether the attorney has handled a similar employment discrimination case before. For instance, if you feel that you have been discriminated based on your gender, ask an attorney if they have handled a gender discrimination case before. You should also hire an attorney who you feel comfortable working with. You can schedule consultations with a few attorneys and then decide which to hire. Many attorneys offer a free consultation, which will help you choose the attorney that is the best fit for you.See question
I was charged with assaulting my wife in 1997. I was given a stipulated order of continuance. I completed anger management classes and stayed out of trouble and the charge was dismissed with prejudice in 1999. Would it be possible to have the c...
Yes, you can get this charge removed from your record, as long as you have not been arrested for another charge since 1997.See question
Was preventing a woman from starting a fight and had my hands on her arms holding her back when I was hit from the side by the bar bouncers and taken to the floor, hand cuffed, sustained head and arm injuries and have a broken ribs- what is my rec...
You should talk with an attorney about your case. An attorney would need more facts about what happened to determine your potential recourse and help you get restitution for your injuries. Under certain circumstances, it is possible that you could bring a lawsuit against the establishment where the injury occurred. If this is an option you want to explore, you should contact an attorney soon so that your claim is not barred by statutory time limits.See question
My ex and I currently have a parenting plan. I have filed with the courts and served my ex all the required paperwork. I have a chance to a higher education as well as more stability. I was very open and honest with him and told him about my inten...
If your ex is not responding to your communication about relocation, you should consider getting an attorney to help you with the relocation procedures with the court. It is hard to predict what a court will do given the limited information you provided. An attorney would likely need to look at your parenting plan and past court documents, such as guardian ad litem reports, before giving you an opinion about how the court will rule. An attorney may also help you with the child support issue.
If you decide to represent yourself regarding the relocation and parenting plan, you should look at the Washington Law Help self-representation family law pamphlets. The link is here:
So i had a case recently and 3 officers from 2 different departments admitted to not only not investigating certain claims but evidence was taken from a cell phone that was picked and chose by the person not the police investigator and everything ...
It is unclear from your above question whether you were arrested or criminally charged for a situation that was not adequately investigated or whether you complained about someone else's crime.
Generally, if you complained to law enforcement about a crime and they did not investigate your complaint, you cannot sue the officers for personal injury based on the facts you provided above.
If you were arrested for a criminal charge that you did not commit and the officers did not investigate the case adequately, you may be able to pursue civil charges against the departments. You would need to consult with an attorney and provide more information before you would have a definitive answer to your question.
The anonymous person is a suspect with strong motive. The texts can not be traced easily, the snail mailings are not signed and sent from many different locations. This person sends letters to me, my work/HR, my neighbors, and is now mailing lett...
I agree with the other answer posted here that you should consider hiring a private investigator to determine the identity of the anonymous stalker. If a private investigator can track down this person, then you can turn over this information to law enforcement and also pursue a civil restraining or anti-harassment order.
If your daughter's Facebook account has been hacked, you should report this to Facebook as they may be able to help you track down who did it. Whatever you decide to do, you should continue to report illegal acts to law enforcement.See question