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Is There A Requirement Or Law That States Mandatory Breaks?
From the Dept. of Labor website: Federal law does not require lunch or coffee breaks. However, when employers do offer short breaks (usually lasting about 5 to 20 minutes), federal law considers the breaks work-time that must be paid. Unauthorized extensions of authorized work breaks need not be counted as hours worked when the employer has expressly and unambiguously communicated to the employee that the authorized break may only last for a specific length of time, that any extension of the break is contrary to the employer's rules, and any extension of the break will be punished.
Bona fide meal periods (typically lasting at least 30 minutes), serve a different purpose than coffee or snack breaks and, thus, are not work time and are not compensable
Only 19 states have mandated break/lunch periods for adults (and Illinois' only applies to hotel room attendants; Nebraska's only to assembly plants, workshops and mechanical establishment not covered by collective bargaining). Most all states have mandated breaks/lunches for minors.
Since you don't say if you're an adult or a minor, or what state you're in, I can't tell you definitively.
I Am Unable To Have Children, But A Friend Of Mine Is Pregnant And Is Giving Her Baby Up For Adoption To My Husband And I. And She And I Neither Know Where To Start In The Process Of Legalizing The Adoption When The Baby Comes. She Isnt Charging Me Any Expenses. Can Someone Tell Us What To Do? Any Advice Will Be Greatly Appricated
Congratulations to you! We adopted the same way!
However, each state has different regulations and you will want to contact an adoption attorney. This is a legal proceeding so it will cost "some" money. In our case, while we were in the process of talking with an attorney, children services' took the child and placed him with the biological grandparents in kinship care (portion of foster care). Because of this, our attorney suggested that we contact an adoption agency to do an "identified" adoption to insure that we had no problems with the state. It did cost us a little more money doing it that way, but it was definitely worth it. Even if we had used the attorney, we would have had to still pay to have a home study done by an agency and the criminal background checks, etc. Our state also required in home visits after placement to insure the child was okay. An agency had to do those too.
I would just recommend that you speak with an attorney or adoption agency to insure that nothing slips through the cracks. You don't want to have the state involved if you don't have to (trust me on that one).
Good luck to you and Congrats again!
Can My Sex Offender Husband Get Joint Custody Of Our Daughter?
Ok... I'M A Dumbass, And I Know This. I Just Need Legal Advice.
I Married My Husband For What I Thought Was Love. I Got Pregnant Right Before We Were Planning To Get Married. My Daughter Is Now Four Months. I Found Out At 5 Months Pregnant That He Had Another Woman Pregnant As Well. His Son Was Born 9/19, My Daughter Was Born 10/8. He Was Sleeping With Her For At Least The First Six Months Of Our Marriage. He Also Slept With At Least One Other Woman. He Vio'D His Parole By Being Online Talking To Other Women. Because Of All Of The Above, I Am Divorcing Him.
I Would Like To Know If He Would Still Be Granted Joint Custody Despite The Charge?
The Charge In Itself He Served A Year For. He Was Caught Driving With No License, With A Girl That He Claimed He Did Not Know Was 16. A Year Ago, When We Married, I Believed His Story, But Now Seeing His True Colors And Knowing His True Intentions... My Belief Is Now Wavering. She Said That He Fingered Her, But In All Honesty He Was Railroaded As Far As The Trial And All Actions. Regardless, He Has A &Quot;Corruption Of A Minor&Quot; Charge, And Is The Lowest Tier Offender. By His Probation, He Really Isn'T Supposed To Be Unsupervised With My Daughter, But I'M Not Sure The Exact Extent. I Know That Right Now, He Is Never Alone With Her. She Is Always In Daycare Or I Am Home.
We Live In Ohio.
Thank You In Advance For Any Assistance, And As I Said Before... I Know I'M A Dumbass.
the first thing you have to do is to forgive yourself for being blind to who he truly was.
we all do stupid things, we just have to remember to forgive ourselves, ok!?
next thing for the to-do list, is to get some free legal aid advice...you gotta start somewhere, and don't let the guy take a pass and tell you, you need to get a lawyer, ok!?
now, after getting a heads up from various sources, go talk to the district attorney. see what kind of advice or opinion you can get out of him.
ask them all about what kinds of options do you have to keep your child safe
you may be able to petition the court and do it yourself, or at worst, with the advice of a lawyer as opposed to turning over all your rights to a lawyer. but that decision will be up to you
be brave, stay strong
Legal Advice, Horrible Lawyer?
My Daughters Dad Filed For Custody Of Our 2 Year Old Daughter Because He Thought I Was Dating Someone He Doesn'T Like. He Has No Grounds For What He'S Doing. I Hired A Lawyer, Who Has Been To Busy To See Me Or Answer My Calls. As Of The Day Before My Scheduled Court Date, I Still Had Not Spoken With Her. Her Office Called Me The Day Before Court And Told Me Court Had Been Pushed Back And That She Would Call Me When It Was Rescheduled. Since I Didnt Have Court, I Went To Work. When I Checked My Phone, I Had All These Texts Asking Where I Was. Apparently Court Had Not Been Rescheduled, And I Missed It. I Tried Calling My Lawyer, Who, Of Course, Didnt Answer. I Went To Her Office And Was Treated Rudely By The Same Woman Who Told Me Court Was Rescheduled. I Was Once Again Told, &Quot;We'Ll Call You.&Quot; I Looked On The County Court Website And Saw Where There Was Court Held And That There Was A Child Support Memorandum. That Is All The Information I Have Since My Lawyer Cant Be Bothered With Me. I Cant Afford Another Lawyer, And I Feel Stuck. What Do I Do Next?
When a court date has been CONTINUED, you should get a notice with the CONTINUANCE date from your attorney. Your attorney will call you when she has that info. When a continuance date is requested, the attorneys office calls the court to notify of a continuance (basically taking that case off the docket/court schedule for the day), opposing counsel (your ex's attorney) and ask that the date be changed. Your attorney and the other attorney agree on another date.
Then the Paralegal types up a "Continuance" (and a proof of service), takes it to the court to be FILED.The Paralegal will send you, your ex's attorney a copy showing the new date. It sounds like your ex's attorney, and your attorney have not agreed on a date yet, and filed the proper paperwork. Check once a week with your attorneys office. Be patient with the office, as a Family Law assistant, we get screamd at all day by clients who dont understand that this process can be lengthy, and complicated. We dance as fast as we can. We cant help that perhaps Opposing Counsel is not responding becasue he wants to be an azz (and they will just because they can...), the courts are backed up, etc. That is not an excuse to being rude.
All you can do at this point, is wait to hear from your attorney. There are many reasons why a new date has NOT been set, so dont worry. Your Attorney HAS to notify you of the new date, by law, so when she gets it, you will get a notice of when to appear. Be patient, Family Law is very complicated.
Who Is Over Probate Court?
What Court System Rules Over Probate Court In The United States
It really depends on what state you live in. Not all states have probate courts. And not all states probate courts handle the same kind of cases.
Check out this link for state by state listings.(it'll be at the bottom)(the rest of the article isn't bad either)
Are There Any Criminal Law Firms Open On Saturday?
doubtful but get the yellow pages and start callings law offices.