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How Does One Find An Employment Lawyer In Connecticut?
How Does One Find An Employment Lawyer In Connecticut?
I Don'T Know Of Anyone To Recommend One. I Looked In The Local Yellow Pages But Which One? Supposedly, I Was Displaced Due To Restructuring Which Is Questionable. I Was Given A Suspicious Separation Agreement And General Release Of All Claims To Sign. In This Agreement It States &Quot;Do Not Sign Without The Advice Of A Lawyer&Quot;. I Was Given A Terrible Severance Package And Told Not To Discuss It With Anyone. I Was Given A Cheezy, Generic Reference Letter And Was Told &Quot;No Phone Calls For References&Quot;. This Is Hurting My Job Search Along With The Fact That I Am 55 Years Old. I Was Told My Co-Worker Would Be Terminated In Another Week And Now Found Out That She Is Being Given Special Privileges Because She Was Formally Employed With The Parent Company And Will Be Getting A Different Severance Package Because Of That. Additionally, I Had Filed A Workplace Harassment Complaint Against 8 Employees Of The Parent Company On 12/05/09 And 2 Months Later Find Myself Terminated. Suspicious?
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I Found Another Attorney...One That I Consulted With Over A Year Ago...Do His Fees...?
Sound Reasonable...? He Said He Is Giving Me A Break Because The Harge Is Usually $5000.
$2500 With $1250 Down For Custody And Child Support Representation.
He Advertises On Aa Radio Station I Used To Listen To And I Recently Saw His Commercial.
I Checked And He Has No Issues With The Bar....But That Was Last Year. I Will Check Again Today.
The unfortunate reality is that there is no way to determine whether fees are reasonable. In the legal field, I have seen attorney's charge as low as $40 an hour to many hundreds of dollars an hour. Yet, when all is said and done, the $400 an hour attorney might be charging for 1 hour of work and the $40 an hour attorney might be charging for 10 hours of work. Thus, I always tell people not to consider the fees unless they are so far out of reason that it is absurd. In this case, the fee doesn't shock me. Thus, I would say it is reasonable. In fact, as a general rule, I have found the attorneys that charge a little more are trying to maintain their workload and insure adequate time/resources to manage their cases appropriately. Granted, I am sure there are many exceptions to my experience.
In any event, you should consider other factors. Is the attorney responsive? Does he take more than 1 business day to return a phone call or email? Does he seem to respond to your questions? Does he seem sharp and know the law? Does he give you good with the bad news? My experience is that the attorneys who always give good are normally not the best. Law is difficult, has a lot of exceptions, and has a lot of uncertainty. The answer you want is not necessarily the right answer - so I always feel a little more comfortable when the analysis is critical of both the good and the bad points.
In the end, you have to use your judgment to make the best decision you can.
Can Grandparents Get Visitation Rights?
If I Do Not Get Along With My Daughter, And She Says Her Child Will Not Know Me And Never See Me, Can I Get A Lawyer And Get Some Sort Of Visitation Rights In Court?
CAN a grandparent get a court order of visitation? In some states and under some circumstances.
But if you don't get along with your daughter, then your daughter almost certainly has the absolute right to prevent you from ever having access to the child.
In the states that permit grandparents to sue for visitation - it is usually required that the grandparent already had a relationship with the child (that the parent has now tried to prevent) or that the grandparent's child has died and the widow/widower is refusing to let the grandparents see the child.
But regardless, you would be required to show that it would be in the best interests of the child to have visitation with you . . . and if you would be a disruptive and negative influence in the family life of the child, then you have no hope of winning.
If you want to be a grandmother, you had better recognize that your daughter is the gatekeeper. Be nice to her or you won't know her child.
Cant Find An Attorney To Answer.....?
Please No Rude Comment. I Am Not In A Place To Take Constructive Criticism.
My Husband Just Left Me. We Have Had Separate Bank Account And He Gives Me 200 A Week For Whatever I Need. He Has 20K In His Savings Account From A Settlement He Got. While We Were Married. And The Settlement Is From An Accident I Set And Took Care Of Him For 1 1/2 Years. I Have No Job (My Resume Is Terrible And I Haven'T Been Able To Find Work), Basically I Screwed Myself. And Its Not Looking Like He Is Going To Give Me Money Willingly. What Can I Do? What Are My Rights To Get Some Of That Money?
If you are in Texas go here: http://www.texasbar.com/Template.cfm?Sec...
You can look for an attorney there.
But, Texas is a "community property" state, meaning that all income EARNED during the marriage is equally the property of both parties to the marriage, but income not earned by one of the parties, such as a settlement from an accident, might not be community property. You need to check with an attorney.
It is not necessary to address whether that is community property if you go to court, after filing your petition for divorce, you can ask the court to order payments in an amount you can live on. These are called "Temporary Orders" and can include spousal support and child support.
Good Luck, times are hard right now, and you may have to find a way to cut expenses. Maybe you could place an ad and do housework, there is usually a need for domestic help all over, and it pays daily. Usually you can get $10. to $20. per hour for housework, with 4 hour minimum daily schedule.
Question For A Labor/Employment Lawyer About A Sales Job?
Here'S The Deal:
My Husband Got A Job Last May With An Entertainment Company That Sells Anti-Drunk Driving Shows To High Schools, Etc. He Was Told Commission Was Paid When Shows Were Sold. Well, When He Sold A Show, The Boss Said Commission Was Paid When The Show Got Paid For. When The Show Got Paid For, The Boss Said Commission Was Paid When The Show Actually Played. My Husband Started In May 2008, Was Told To Book His Shows Starting April 2009, And Has Not Been Paid A Single Cent In Commission As Of Yet, Even Though He As Sold Shows.
What This Boss Is Famous For Doing Is Firing People A Week Before Their &Quot;Big Month&Quot; When They Would Actually Start Getting Commission.
My Husband Quit Last Week, And Now Has Received A Promissory Note From His Boss Stating That He Owes The Company $11,000 Because What He Received Weekly Were Not Wages, But A Draw On His Commission. (He Recieved $250 Weekly)
He Worked 50 Hours A Week, Never Recieved Any Benefits Such As Vacation Or Sick Pay.
His Shows Are Still Scheduled To Go On Next Month, But My Question Is: Is Any Of This Legal?
What If The Shows Do Not Play, As They Have A Mysterious Habit Of Doing After People Leave?
My Husband Has About $15,000 In Commission Owed To Him, Will He Have To Pay The $11,000 To His Boss Out Of That, Or Will He Not Be Eligible To Even Receive These Commissions Because He No Longer Works There.
This Guy Is Obviously A Scam, And So Is His Company...But Now That We Have Been Duped- Are We Going To Have To Pay?
regardless of how your husband was paid he must make at least minimum wage and applicable overtime for all hours worked. from what you have stated he does NOT qualify for an exemption based on his position. what you have described does not pass the test to be considered "outside sales".
he needs to contact the states department of labor and file a wage claim. the employer owes him pay regardless of if the shows get canceled or not.
when commissions are paid can not be changed by the employer. if all you state is accurate and truthful your husband will receive back pay. it may not be much more then what he has already received but it will be some and you will not owe anything to this employer. in some states after the wage claim is settled you may still be able to take civil action against this employer. let the state do their part first. good luck.
exempt status for outside sales (which he does NOT meet):
How Bad Is Dwi ? You Need To Have A Lawyer? Please Opinions?
I Met This Nice Guy About 3 Month Ago, He Is Right Now My Boyfriend...But What Do U Think About This? He Told Me That About 4 Years Ago He Got A Dwi For Drive And Drinking, He Said Was Just Once, He Made A Big Mistake, He Went To A Party And The Police Stop Him And He Got Some Beers...But He Said That He Needed A Lawyer And It Is True That For Dwi You Need A Lawyer And Is A Misdeamanor Offense..Because The Other Day He Was Trying To Complete An Application For A Civil Service Test And He Said That One Of Those Questions He Has To Answer Yes...Because Dwi Is Not A Minor Traffic Violation, Is More Than That? Is True? Can Somebody Have The Experience Before With Dwi? Explain To Me Please..Im Not Sure If He Is Hidden Something Or He Is Telling Me The Truth...Is So Bad One Dwi Or Maybe He Got More Than One It Is Why He Need A Lawyer..???
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The first DWI conviction in NY is a misdemeanor (you don't say what state, so I'll use mine for example) ... the 2nd conviction comes in as a felony!
Yes, he should have a lawyer to help him with his case.
Yes, the conviction for DWI would have a negative effect on a civil service application.
Yes, just one DWI can have very big effects on your future!