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Legal Assistance/Layers Advice?
If A Renter Does Not Give 45 Day Notice That Is Clearly Stated On The Lease Which The Renter Signed, And On The Special Conditions Form Which Renter Initialed Then What Is The Rights Of The Landlord If The State Rules Say That The Notification For The State Is 30 Days. Which Date Trumps Which? Also If The Renter Emails Their New Address Is This Considered A Mailing Of Said Address For Refund Return Which Date Trumps Which?

The 45 day notice that the renter signed would trump the 30 day notice that the state requires. The reason the 45 day notice would trump the 30 is because the resident SIGNED the form acknowledging they would abide by that rule. As far as the mailing CRPs (rental credits for taxes), they have to be postdated by the 31st of January (at least in MN). AND all the landlord has to do is mail it to the address they have on file for the person, it is the resident's responsibility to make sure they gave the landlord their forwarding address upon move out. Good luck hope this helps. :)

P.S. Check your local laws, I am from MN. Also I would ask your landlord if the clause about mailing in your notice is about post mail or email, because they may be able to swing that either way if it's not specified.

Can An Attorney Prolong Probate?
I Am An Heir To A Small Estate Of My Mother. Basically, My Uncle Is The Executor, Who Has Disowned Me And Moved Away A Few Months After The Start Of Probate. I Believe He Has Some Dementia. In The Begining, He Took My Mother'S Will To The Same Attorney Who Is Handling The Estate That Some Of My Mother'S Assets Are Being Derived. I Believe The Lawyer Is Taking Advantage Of His Enmity Towards Me. How Can I Get This Estate Distributed And Closed?

Often people expect to receive an estate distribution within a few weeks of the death of a decedent, but they should allow more time. In Pennsylvania, creditors have up to a year after first advertising letters testamentary / administration to file a claim against the estate. Bear in mind that it takes time to gather all assets together, pay claims against the estate, file final income tax returns, as well as state inheritance tax returns or federal estate tax returns if required. Remember that the estate is not the only client the lawyer has. In all probability, all of the estate administration may be being done by the lawyer and his paralegal or legal secretary if your uncle, the executor, is, in fact, suffering from dementia.

Some asset are difficult to liquidate, such as antiques, collectables, antique motor vehicles, etc., and sometimes a personal representative may subdivide land in order to realize a higher price for that asset.

If it takes longer than a year, you should contact the attorney or executor who is handling the estate. Probate court judges can demand that a status report be filed and, on occasion, file a rule to show cause why the estate should not be distributed.

Ask nicely at first, if you get an unsatisfactory response, you should consider having your own lawyer apply some pressure.

Legal Marriage Age? Lawyers Please Help???
Has The Legal Marriage Age For Alabama Changed? I Know That 19 Is When Your An Adult In Alabama But Ive Looked And Nothing Has Changed From What I Can Tell And It Seems Like You Can Still Get Married At 18.

18 it is.

If either of you are under eighteen (18), you will need a certified copy of your birth certificate. Both parents must be present with identification, or if you have a legal guardian they must be present with a court order and identification. The state requires a $200 bond to be executed, payable to the State of Alabama. If one or both parents are deceased, proper evidence of such must be provided. Individuals under the age of 14 may not marry.
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Attorneys & Lawyers Why Did The Justice System Put Mike Nifon Is Cell Alone?
I Heard It Was For His Protection But He Sure Wasn'T Concerned About Those 3 Young Boys Protection When He Was Trying To Throw Them In Jail With A Bunch Of Blacks Foe Alledgely Rapeing A Black Woman.Can You Imagine That.I Hope They The 30 Million They Are Sueing For & Write A Book.Mike Nifon Doesnt Even Act As If He Is Sorry For What He Tried To Do To Those Kids.Hes A Low Pile Of Trash.

Being an attorney in jail is not that bad. Being the prosecuting attorney that put everyone else in there will probably get you beaten and killed. I know what he did was wrong. After his jail time is served and all sanctions satisfied, his punishment ends there.

Keep in mind that to be an attorney requires a bachelor's degree and a juris doctorate. Then you must pass the bar exam. The worst thing you can do to an attorney is disbar them. We spend so much of our lives to become a lawyer that we would not know what to do if we lost our license.

I under stand that this is a special case. If the guy writes a book about this, I think that will at least create a deeper pocket for any judgments awarded.

I think he is a bozo, and was trying to make a name for him self. He certain made a name.

Signing A Legal Document?
I Have A Form (Form 18 To Be Precise) That Needs Either A Legal Practitioner, Jp Or Commissioner Of Declarations To Be My Witness. My Problem Is, I Live Overseas And The Solicitors That Need The Form Are In Another Country. Is It Still Legal If I Had My Local Jp To Sign It And Have It Faxed? I Also Have My Mother Acting On My Behalf Overseas, Would She Eligible To Sign For It Even Though They Need It In My Name? Not Sure Which Would Be Appropriate.

First, your mother cannot sign a document in your name unless you give her the power of attorney to do so. That may be the simplest solution. Second, some businesses and organizations accept faxed signed Declarations with a clear seal. Call and ask if this will do. Third, even if you have your document witnessed by a JP or a Commissioner of Declarations, you probably will still need to have it re-certified by an apostille under 1961 Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalisation for Foreign Public Documents. See your phone book.

Is This Legal - Employment Law?
My Company Has A Position With A $70K Package (Includes Insurance/401K, Etc). When I Hire Someone, I'M Supposed To Tell Them That If They Have A Family, Their Insurance Costs More Than If They Don'T Have A Family, So The Portion That Is Their Salary Will Be Less If They Are Insuring A Family. Something Doesn'T Sit Well With Me On This. Is This Legal?

Of course that is legal. the cost of insurance for MORE than one person is more than the cost for ONLY one person. Do you really think that there is one price for insurance no matter how many people are on the policy??

Edit:
Ok NOW I see what you mean. You are wondering if it is legal to offer a single guy more salary and less insurance benefit and offer the family man more insurance benefit and less salary, but BOTH come out to $70k in the end. The answer is that yes that is legal. You are still offering both candidates the same value of compensation package and they cost the employer the same amount. MUCH better worded the second time and a very valid question!!