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I Need An Affordable Lawyer?
I Got A Speeding Ticket In Yuma Az, And Would Rather Pay For A Lawyer To Fight It Off Then To Pay The Ticket Fine And My Raised Insurance Cost. This Is Granted Of Course, That The Lawyer Fees Are Considerably Less.
Depends on how much the ticket is for.
While you are probably pissed off at getting a ticket, you must realize that lawyers are expensive to hire in any shape or form. Even bad ones.
Unless you are facing some serious $1000 fine or something along those lines, you are better off paying the ticket. Also, a lawyer would probably only be able to plead and you wouldn't have as many points on your license and would pay a reduced fine.
Alabama Minor Work Laws?
I Was Wondering What The Laws Where On How Many Hours A 16, 17 Year Old, Can Work. I Got Into An Argument With My Manegment Because They Said I Cannot Work More Than 8 Hours A Day Because I Am A Minor. Is This True? I Cannot Find Anywhere That Says That. Plus I Have Worked Over 8 Hours Many Many Times, And No One Has Said Anything.
by federal and Alabama law you are correct but NEVER argue with management. the company you work for may have a policy not to work minors more then 8 hours a day. arguing with a manger is insubordination, never put yourself in the wrong to prove a point. ask for clarification if it is law or policy and explain you just need to know because the federal law says you can work any hours and Alabama law does not limit the number of hours in a day. this website will give you more info:
or this site is for the US Department of Labor "YouthRules!":
Im Confused, Whats Legal Proof Of Insurance!?!?
To Show Legal Proof Of Insurance Do You Have To Either Give 35,000 Cash To Dmv, Have A Dmv Certificate Of Self-Insurance Or Have An Insurance Policy Card From My Insurance Company??
Why would you need to give 35,000 cash to the DMV? I'd expect legal proof of insurance to just be an up-to-date, legitimate copy of your insurance policy with your name on it.
Does Anyone Know Of A Good Alimony Modification Attorney In Florida Who Will Really Help?
My Husband & I Have Lost Our Jobs Due To Downsizing And Cannot Afford The Non-Modifiable Alimony We Have Been Paying For The Past Several Years. We Are Trying To Keep Up With The Alimony (We Both Have Always Worked To Provide And She Sits On Her *** Being Married To A Man Who Makes Over $200000 A Year). Please Help If You Can! Only Answer If You Are In The Law Profession, And Have Some Absolute Advice!
Alimony goes out the window when the person recieving alimony remarries.....unless your agreement says otherwise.....in which case you got royally screwed
Breach Of Custody Agreement?
I Have Primary Custody Of My 2 Children. The Ex-Wife Gets Them For A Week A Month, And They Are Due Back To Me By 8Pm On The Sunday Night Ending Her Week. Well......This Is Her Week, And They Are Due Back Tonight At 8Pm, But She Took Them To A Friends &Quot;Camp&Quot; For The Weekend, And Says She Won'T And Can'T Have Them Back Until Monday! I Told Her She Cannot Do That, And I Insisted She Have Them Back At The Custody Agreement Time, And I Had Told Her This Repeatedly Prior To Her Leaving For The Weekend. She Either Should Not Have Went, Or Made The Proper Arrangments To Have Them Back When Due. Are There Any Immediate Actions I Can Take? Can I Call The Police? Ifso, What Will They Do? Help! Serious, Knowledgable Answers Only Please!
Call the police and complain about it. Have the court order ready, for them to review when they arrive. The police will not retrieve your children for you. However, they will give you documentation (a "police report") which you can then take to civil and/or criminal court, to complain about her bad behavior. In New Jersey, it is considered a 3rd degree felony, and here, we could charge her with "Interference with custody" and "contempt of court", which are separate charges, stemming from her single offense for this particular incident. Possible remedies that the court might order for you, and against her, include:
1. Attorney's fees awarded to you, at her expense.
2. a COURT ORDER to stop her bad behavior.
3. A fine
4. Community service
5. Jail time, but this is not likely if it is a first offense. However, if she repeats her bad behavior, then it is possible.
7. Modification of her visitation arrangement, so that she gets less time with the children.
8. Counseling, at her expense. This can be expensive and inconvenient for her.
9. Any other misery that the court wishes to impose on her, that it finds to be "in the best interests of the children", if it also finds that such a court order would also be "fair, equitable, and just".
Where Can I Find Information About Elder Abuse Laws In Arkansas? I'Ve Been Searching Online, But I'M Just Getting Confused.
You might want to check out your nearest law library, if there is a University near you there should be a law library there.