Currently my employer is forcing me to add them to my insurance because they were sued for some mistake made by another employee. Is this legal and can I lose my job if I refuse? I pay for my own insurance. As an employer they should have to pay f...
I think you need to talk to an employment attorney because this does not sound right. If you are a salaried employee it might make a difference between that and an independent contractor.See question
If I know for certain my ex-husband is not in the military, can i just check the box that says "Is not a service member" or do I still have to provide evidence that he is not in the service?
Check the box that this does not apply and you will be fine!See question
My husband and I are currently separated and he has said that he wants to make sure I'm cared for financially from his income. I am thinking I need to make it a legal separation so I can guarantee my spousal support, but he is a commission only s...
You and he should average his pay over one or two years to get a realistic view of his average commission based pay. Then, set spousal support based on the average pay. Then, in flush months, he should set aside money in a bank account to supplement his support payments to you in lean months. You and he may want to also agree to review his pay every twelve months to ensure the average you calculated does not get too far out of whack for the period during which he is paying you spousal support.See question
We are currently separated after 21 years. If we get a legal separation in WA before we both relocate to different states, will one or both of us have to return to WA to get divorced if we decide to do so in the future?
If you get a legal separation in WA, six months from the date the court signs the order of legal separation (no waiting period, by the way), either of you can move the court to convert the legal separation to a divorce. If you agree, neither of you have to go to court, if you have an attorney assist you. There is no new filing fee to convert the legal separation to a divorce. If all the terms of your divorce are in the legal separation, the only thing left for the court to do is enter the order converting the legal separation to a divorce decree. Very simple!See question
She died 12-03-09 her will said the house to her 5 kids 1 music instrument to kids all bills must be payed first her two oldest boys are the excueters and they want every thing inventoryed
The purpose of the initial inventory is to find out if the estate is solvent (more assets than debts). The court needs to know this so it orders the correct level of authority for paying debts of the estate. If it is not solvent, the court will probably want to decide which bills are paid and in what order. If it is, the court, may allow the personal representatives to pay the bills as they come in. The inventory is also important to know the total value of the estate.
I recommend that you hire your own Texas-licensed attorney to represent your interests in her estate to ensure that everything is done properly by her co-personal representatives.See question
father moved from wisconsin to washington state 2 years ago, he left me(the mother) with our son. Because placement is not really 50/50 anymore did this change his rights as far as joint placement is concerned? Or do we(I) have to go back to famil...
Your parenting plan does not reflect your current reality. You and he could keep joint decision-making for big decisions like non-emergency medical, education issues, maybe even religion, but you need a new parenting plan that addresses long distance parenting time, getting the child to the airport, picking up at the airport, flying with an airline escort (if the child is under 12), and how often the father has long distance parenting time. If you can do this by agreement, you could hire an attorney to prepare your agreed court orders to modify the parenting plan. Wisconsin still has jurisdiction because you and the child still reside there.
You should consult with a Wisconsin attorney about an agreed modification and find out if the father is willing to do this by agreement.See question
I need a Child Support Lawyer Preferably licensed in NJ & PA. I need representation next week in Pike County PA for a Support Order.
Robin T. Wernik is licensed in New Jersey and Pennsylvania
Robin Wernick is a friend of mine. We went to Rutgers University in Newark, New Jersey together.
Her address is:
34 Village Court
Hazlet, New Jersey 07730, (Monmouth Co.)
Best wishes!See question
I recently was involved in a mediation where I received a settlement. I went to my lawyers office and signed the fee agreement, which they also signed. Today, I get an email stating they made a mistake and I would be receiving $6500 LESS becau...
They are trying to renegotiate the employment contract. Go get the new contract and take it to a different lawyer to review with you. You probably do not have to sign the new contract but get the new contract and take it to another attorney. To change it, they should also be paying you some kind of consideration to enter into the new contract. Ask the second attorney about that. Generally, contracts are interpreted by the court against the person who wrote it, so if you had to take this to a court to decide, the court would view the first contract that you are trying to enforce in the light most favorable to you since you did not write the employment contract.See question
I was the defendant in a civil lawsuit which was court ordered into mediation. (I had no say in the choice of mediators, time or place!) I was pro se and agreed to a settlement to avoid the cost of allowing the case to go to trial as the mediator ...
Have you signed a written agreement? Has the other side taken steps in reliance on your agreements that would hurt the other side when you announce you have reneged on your agreements? If you haven't signed anything, you may be able to withdraw your agreements and go to trial.
If you go to trial, the mediation discussions will likely be barred by the evidence rules (negotiation discussions) but if the other side relied on your agreement and was harmed as a result, there could be financial sanctions, attorney fees awards, or other financial downsides resulting from you changing your mind.
You definitely should talk to an attorney in Clearwater, Florida to find out what your options are under Florida law so you can weigh the risks and benefits of changing your mind.See question
My exwife and i have no custodial agreement we have a verbal agreement to claim the child on imncome taxes every other year what are the tax laws pretaining to this
The Internal Revenue Service rules say that the person who provided over 50% of the support or the person with whom the dependent resided for over 6 months of the tax year is the person with the right to claim the dependent as his/her dependent on his/her tax return.
You can agree otherwise. If the person with the right, under the Internal Revenue Code, wants to give that right to the other parent, the other parent will need to file IRS Form 8332 that both parents have signed with his/her tax return.
Not all states' courts follow the Internal Revenue rule about dependents. You will want to consult with an attorney in North Carolina to find out how the North Carolina courts deal with child tax deductions when parents no longer reside together.See question