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Circle K Slip And Fall Cont.?
What Happenened Was I Has Walked Out Of The Store Into The Parking Lot [I Live Next Door So I Was Walking] I Had Forgotten An Item So I Turned Around Took A Few Steps And Slipped On A Transmission Oil Spill. I Went Whoop Right Into The Air And Landed On My Back And Left Shoulder. It'S On The Security Video. I Never Intended To Fall Nor Was I Trying To Get $.

it doesn't matter you fell on there property you did not try and defraud them by falling.

If you are in the parking lot not at a pump it is not reasonable to assume there would be tranmission oil.

You are simply asking to have your medical expenses covered due them not properly maintaining there property.

The parking lot is there property and if there were enough oil for you to slip and fall they would have cleaned the area up.

do what I said get an atty one that will take the case for a % of settlement that way you will know if you have a case. they won't waste there time taking a case if they don't feel you have the grounds for the case.

Tough Secret Marriage Legal Question?
Here Is The Situation. I Have Been Dating This Girl For 3 Years. We Want To Get Married. The Problem Is That Her Parents Don'T Approve. We Are Both Christians. We Are So Ready To Get Married. We Understand The Commitment And Responsibilities. We Are Abstinent Until Marriage.(Really Really Hard Though) Her Parents File Her As A Dependent On Their Tax Return. If We Get A California Confidential Marriage Can Her Parents Still Claim Her As A Dependent If She Is In Fact Still Their Dependent? She Would Be Depending On Them.I Would Claim Married Filing Separately Or Single I Don'T Know. Does This Allow Her Parents To File Her As A Dependent? She Is Going To College So They Still Claim Her. They Pay Her Rent And All That Stuff. We Are Both 18+ But Because Of Her Families Deep Christian Values They Wont Let Us Marry. We Will Eventually Have A Real Service And A Public Wedding But Not Until Her Family Is Ready.

I am a Christian, getting married in your age is not really prohibited in the bible, as long as you both know what marraige means. I think your too young to marry, its not wrong to marry at your age but theres just a lot of things you should know.

Getting married does not end there. You should always consider the things like, are you stable with your job? What if she gets pregnant, are you ready to do the Fathers responsibility? Be very careful with marraige, like they say, its not like something you eat and when you get burned, you puke it out.

I am married when I was 22, and I did not follow what my parents and the elders of the church told me, I think I really can surpass all the trials with God. Yes it is true I did overcome it and our marraige is in care of God.

But there are consequences about this, like when you actually live on 1 roof, you will know what I mean. Its different being romantic than being married. Being a boyfriend or girlfriend is sweet, and thats just it, when you get married, you become one flesh, in other sense, all of you will be combined with all of her.

Do you think this will match perfectly in instant? No, and with lack of maturity, these can cause divorce.

If I were you, you are 18 right? take your time with your girlfriend, enjoy your relationship, but do not cross the line. You know what Im saying?

Finish your school, get a job, when you are stable and ready for all. Then you marry.
Getting marry is not just all bout ready to love and for the responsibility, it goes along with finance.
If your girlfriend is still depending on her parents how can you stand on your own.

When you get married, you leave your parents and stand by your own. It doesnt matter if you are rich and tell me money is not a problem, given that money is not a problem, but money isnt everything.

Dont get carried away by the passion that you feel for each other, control your self. Let everything be organized, because our God is a God or plans.

You will know the right time for you to marry, if your parents says go, and her parents says go. Thats it! As far as I am concern, her parents wants her to finish her studies, not only because she can be put as a dependent on tax issues. You will not understand a parents thinking until you become one.

Put your self into the parents of your girlfriend, would you allow your daughter age 18 to get married and not finish her studies and get a job? Only bum parents would do this. All parents good and bad wants the best for their children.

I advice you to finish your studies, when you graduate get a job, and if your ready then marry. Do not be afraid of loosing your girlfriend, if she is for you she is for you, pray to God that no matter how long we wait you want her to be your wife. And if its God's will it will happen, trust God, nothing is accident in this world.

About the legal thing, yes her parents can still claim her as a dependent, as long as you dont file for "married jointly" on your return.

Her family does not allow her to marry not just because of Christian values, because it is not forbidden to marry at your age in the bible, but God has given us the knowledge to the right way, to the right path, not to the miserable path.

Even some religion will not allow you too. Dont blame our faith as Christians. Its not a good idea.

Marraige does not work the way you think it is. God said a man has to marry, and for this reason he will leave his fathers house with his wife.
Sure you can do this but what if she gets pregnant? How can she finish her studies? How can you provide for them? Are you sure you are ready and can you take that responsibility?

Believe me its not a joke to get married, its not just like oh we get married and we can have sex and we dont sin anymore. This should not be. Think again, follow your or her parents, and the elders of the church. You still have a lot of rice to eat.

God bless you!

First Offense Petty Theft Lawyers Keep Sending Me Letters, How Do I Get This To Stop?
Is There Anyway To Get These Vultures Off My Butt? Do I Need One? I Was Just Planning On Pleading Guilty And Paying The Fine And Community Service.

in some areas clearly lawyers have access to the latest list of offenses, for instance we got loads in the post when my husband got a ticket in NJ and they all got sent to our house in florida.

Just shred them and ignore them, as for needing a lawyer that's up to you of course and I would base it off how much the value of the items where.........

Husband Filed Divorce And Now I'M Homeless? How Is This Legal?
I'M 18 Years Old And I'Ve Been Together With My Husband Since I Was 12, Married Since December 2012. Please I Don'T Want To Hear Any &Quot;You'Re Too Young&Quot; Crap, I'M In A Really Bad Situation And I Don'T Know What Else To Do Or Where To Turn. Currently I'M At A Friend'S House, But They Brought Me In Behind Their Parent'S Back, So I Can'T Stay Here. My Husband Filed For Divorce Out Of No Where. I Had No Warning, Nor Any Clue That Anything Was Wrong. He Never Said A Word. His Mother Came By, Packed Up My Stuff, And All But Physically Pushed Me Out Of My Apartment Door. My Husband, Zac, Had My Name Removed From Our Lease And I Received An Eviction Notice Of Just Me With My Divorce Papers When They Were Served To Me. I'Ve Been Homeless Now Since May 2Nd. I Was Even Raped One Of The Nights I Was Sleeping On A Park Bench. Yes Police Were Involved, But The Case Was Thrown Out Due To Lack Of Evidence. I Don'T Have Any Family Because I Was In Foster Care Since I Was 8 Years Old. I Was Adopted When I Was 11, But My Adoptive Parents Emancipated Be On My 17Th Birthday. I Don'T Know What To Do. I Have No Money, No Job, No Car... Nothing. I'Ve Already Pawned Every Valuable Item I Own, And That Money Was Used For Food. My Husband Had The Job, I Was A Stay At Home Wife. I Live In Texas, And My Husband And I Have Not Been Married Long Enough For Me To Be Able To File For Spousal Support. The Town I Live In Doesn'T Have Any Shelters Or Anything Like That Available. All The Shelters Within A 50 Mile Radius That Accept Women Only Will Help Me If My Husband Had Beat Me. Even Through All This Mess, All I Want Is My Husband. His Mother Is Blackmailing Him To File This Divorce. I Love Him More Than My Own Life. I Just Want To Go Home. What Am I Supposed To Do?

Can your friend drive you to a social services office one day next week? I suspect you qualify for temporary assistance such as food stamps and etc. They can also help you find a job. And have you been to a local food bank or local churches? There is a lot of help available, you just have to figure out where to look.

Since you are 18 years old you can sign a lease. Once you have a job it will be much easier for you to find a place to live. Perhaps you can stay with your friend until that happens? Or with other friends? Churches might have ideas of where you can sleep, too.

Take care.

P.S. Find out about legal aid near you to find yourself a free attorney who can help you with your divorce.


Do you have bus service? Is the social services office within walking distance? If not, CALL THEM. A social worker will be able to help you figure out how to get help.

Also, I don't know about near you but there is a United Way Service called 211 where I live. You dial 211 and get connected to any available local services. Just pick up your friend's phone at hit 2 1 1 and see what happens.

You might also consider contacting a teen hotline for advice. Teen hotlines might be able to connect you to services.

NAMI is another option. NAMI might be able to provide you with some help because of your diagnosis of bipolar.

Some states have live away programs where you can get job training, housing, food, income and sometimes even education. For instance, in California there is the California Conservation Corps. You might want to find out what is available in your state.

Some states also have junior or community colleges where you can live in the residence halls. You would be able to receive financial aid (money) for food, books, etc. because of your lack of income, though your divorce may (or may not) need to be settled first. I have included a link for College of the Redwoods in California to give you an idea. Look for colleges in YOUR state if you do not live in California. (Most colleges charge more money to out-of-state students.) It might take you a few months to get started so this is not necessarily a solution for tomorrow but it would give you a lot of future stability.

Finally, if you obtain an attorney your husband might be willing to negotiate a quick settlement (giving you money) to avoid court. Most lawyers offer a free 30 minute consultation and many lawyers are willing to take a free case now and again...or can refer you to someone who will.

Take care, honey! Believe in yourself and believe in the world! You've had many bad experiences but there is still good in the world and you are strong. Be a good house guest while you are staying with your friend (no drugs, boys, alcohol, screaming or physical fights, etc.) and hopefully you can stay there for the short time it takes you to figure out something else. I've included links below, hopefully one of them will be just what you need!

What Is Legal Separation?
In Regards To Marriage.

To be legally separated means to have a legal separation of your stuff and your credit and all the legal stuff that you would separate if you were to split up with the exception that you are still married. So, you would split up your stuff and any decision you made with finances or major purchases or legal moves one made would not be representing the other person starting from the legal separation date as far as credit and earnings for that time. Once you go into a divorce some things can change, but you both would not be responsible for the others actions during the separation. Most people are "legally sparated" when a divorce is filed until the divorce is final. It depends on your state and how it is defined in court.

Need Legal Advice?
My Husband Got Suspended With Pay For Alledgely Touching A Female Inmate In A Small Town..To Keep Things From Going Public And Getting In The Papers, He Was Asked If He Quit His Job, They Would Drop The Charges..He Told Them Get Papers And He Would Sign Them..No Papers Were Ever Brought Around, And He Is No Longer Getting Paid..Dont Know If Hes Still Under Investigation Or Not..My Question Is Do I Need To Hire A Lawyer That We Already Talked To, And Cant Afford, Or Do We Let This Go And Forget About It..Oh My Husband Is Innocent In All Of This, And They Have No Proof...We Are Good People And Getting Wrongfully Done..The Reason That We Are Waiting As Long As We Are Is Because The Judge Exec In Our Town Says He Is Going To Take Care Of It..Dont Know Who To Trust..Its So Stressful Living Like This And Not Knowing What To Do And Who To Turn To...

First of all, it will depend on where you live and just how crooked your cmall town is. (That is in no way meant to be harsh, trust me I live in a small town and work for the Sheriff's Department, so I know how politics rule the judicial system in small towns!)
Secondly, it depends on you and your husband's connections and any proof or written documents proving any wrong doing on the part of his employers or anyone with any political standing. If you do have connections, or a way to make someone listen to your side then this is the time to use it!
Apparently, they must have had some sort of proof in order to put him on leave, no matter if it were with or without pay. Secondly, if his pay has stopped, then it's because of one of two things. One: he is being suspended without pay because they are claiming to have found evidence of wrong doing on his part and this is his punishment. Or two: they have terminated his employment because they claim to have found evidence of wrong doing.
If your husband has any proof that he did nothing wrong, now is when he needs to use it. If he is being punish or has been fired for something he didn't do, he has grounds to sue. If he has no proof, I'm afraid you two are in for a rough battle, if you choose to fight it. I would contact a lawyer who specializes in this type of thing and discuss your situation. Many lawyers will work for free until there is a settlement or your case is found valid and you receive compensation. At that point their fee would probably be a % of the total amount you receive.
Another place you may want to contact would be your State's Labor Board. In my personal area, the labor board loves to bust small town offices for wrong doing. Most small towns get away with things that larger places would never even dare try. Everyone is too scared to go against people in small towns! Anyway, your labor board may be able to help you find discrepencies in the case that they have made against your husband. The Labor Board will work for your husband's best interest at no charge to you. That is why you pay your taxes, to fund these programs, why not use them to help you!
If your small town is anything like mine and you go up against someone with power, be prepared to have to relocate in order to find jobs or even have a normal life again!
So, my advice: think long and hard if you are willing to go up against these people. Secondly, think back on any evidence or even dirt you have on these people-dirt can silence any problem quickly- and then make contact with the people involved if you do have something! Thirdly, contact your local labor board and plea for their help! I'm sure they will be willing to, at the very least, tell you what to do next or give a name of a good lawyer! Fourth and final, contact a lawyer and file paperwork! But don't let this wait, most states have statutes of limitation, meaning time can run out for you to do anything! And tell him don't sign anything without a lawyer looking at it first! Good luck!