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93401, 93402, 93403, 93405, 93406, 93407, 93408, 93409, 93410, 93412
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Help On Property Laws!!!?
My Boss And A Co-Worker Got Into A Argument After A Long Friend Relationship. Jeff (My Boss) Put Property On The Co-Workers Land While Things Were Still Good. Now That Things Have Gone Sour The Co-Worker Refuses To Give The Property Back And Threatens To File Suit If He Illegally Gets On The Land To Get It. If My Boss Cuts His Loses He'Ll Lose Over 5 Grand In Property. Is There A Law That Says He Has Access To His Own Property Even If It'S On Someone Elses Land?

Generally one has the right to regain possession of his own property. At common law one can enter upon another's land without permission to regain possession -- provided one does not have to break into or onto the property. If land is fenced opening a closed gate is considered breaking. If the owner of the land does not wish to allow the owner of personal property to remove it, then he is obligated to deliver it to the possession of the owner at the nearest point the owner can access. If he should refuse to allow or do either the owner can seek legal action to recover his property in which event he'll be entitled to recover: 1. The property; 2. plus the value of the lost use during the time it was withheld; and 3; and any physical loss or damage suffered while the property was withheld from him; and his court costs (including the costs of sending the Sheriff out there with a truck to pick it up).


** Note: This is a general discussion of the subject matter of your question and not legal advice. Local laws or your particular situation may change the general rules. For a specific answer to your question you should consult legal counsel with whom you can discuss all the facts of your case. **

I Need A Divorce Lawyer As Cheap As Possible. Is There Students Who Will Work Hard At Low Rates?

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Grandparents Visitation Rights?
Daughter Lived With Mother Her Whole Life. She Is 18. And Has A Baby. They Lived With Mother After The Baby Was Born For 7 Weeks. Mother Supported Baby And Daughter During The Full 7 Weeks Of Babies Life And Supported Daughter Through Out Her Whole Pregnancy. Daughter Has A Sick Obsession Over The Boyfriend Who Is Not A Good Guy. Daughter Decided To Move Out Sneekly With Baby Bright And Early In The Morning. Daughter Was Mad That Boyfriend Could Not Move In Mothers House. Daughter Took Off And Is Now Living In Boyfriends Mothers Home. Mother Asked Nicely Many Times To See Her Grandson. Daughter Has Always Given Excuses. Does Mother Have Any Legal Rights For Grandparents Visitation?

Grandparents have rights in every state. They are not constitutional in nature as the landmark Supreme Court decision - Troxel vs. Granville - handed down in June, 2000 struck down a federal law guaranteeing grandparents the right to sue for visitation. Recognition of grandparents rights by state legislatures is a fairly recent trend, with most statutes in effect for less than 35 years.

Each case is handled on an individual basis. If parents are married, the family is considered "intact" and the likelihood of a judge granting visitation to grandparents becomes much more difficult. In most cases, it must be proven that it would not be in the child's best interests to remove the grandparent from his life. Grandparents able to show "proof of love" have a much better chance at winning time with their grandchildren in a court of law.

Tragically, many thousands of grandparents are denied access to their grandchildren every year. Reasons vary. Drug/alcohol addiction, divorce, misdirected rage/anger. Whatever the reason/excuse, it is the children who suffer.

Well over 800,000 children in the United States are abused every year - when grandparents are actively involved the rate of abuse does a vertical nosedive.

Grandparents are just that...Grand Parents. They have much more wisdom & experience because they have already raised children. They have much more time & resources and are thus able to "spoil" their offspring's offspring.

We live in a throw-away society - and much too often it is the small innocents who pay a terrible toll for their parent's desire use their children as weapons when they become angry at a perceived offense. This was not so just 30 or so years ago. Extended family members are not only a good idea - they are vital to a child's sense of stability and strength.

Tragically, too many of our children use their children as weapons of mass destruction. Just because you can, doesn't mean you should. I'm so very, very sorry that you are experiencing this loss...it is tantamount to the death of a loved one and the grief & despair are indescribable.

The short answer is, yes, you have an excellent case for grandparents rights. It will cost money to hire an expert attorney to get those rights. It may be that i won't be long before the pressure & stress of living with a young woman & baby becomes too much for the boyfriend's parents. You may want to give this some time. It's extremely difficult to do that - especially when you have been so involved with your daughter & the baby. However, making a move too soon - or the wrong one - may push your daughter and grandchild much, much further away.

May you be carried by God's grace,

Angela

Best Scanner For Small Law Firm?
We Have Begun E-Filing In Our State And Our Small Law Firm Needs To Purchase A Scanner. It Has Been Suggested We Use The Hp 8270 Model. I Have Read A Few Poor Reviews On This. Any Suggestions Or Recommendations For A Profficient Scanner?

I'm not positive on exact scanners but I used to work for a lawyer and the only scanner we ever used (although there were others in the office) was the one with OCR programming.

This allows you to scan a file into the computer and it automatically turns to digital format so that you can type/delete etc from the form.

Ours was an Epson 3200 I believe.

What Hours Do Corporate Lawyers Work?
What Is The Usual Daily Schedule? (In A Big City Like San Francisco Or New York)

It depends on the size of the firm and the profile of their clientele. Corporate lawyers in big law firms and smaller law firms with institutional clients (large companies for example) will work 50-100 hours per week and may work over 3000 hours a year as associates and less if they are partners. In other smaller law firms the hours vary based on how much work there is but generally the hours are not as heavy. My firm is mid sized and prior to the recession my work hours were 40-60 a week and about 2400 a year.

The daily schedule can vary significantly and is a mixed bag of drafting, reviewing, and commenting on contracts, drafting legal memoranda and opinions, legal research, correspondence, calls and meetings with clients and lawyers on the other side of the table for deals under negotiation or regulatory agencies, conducting closings for corporate transactions, client billing and client promotion.

Is There A 'Statue Of Limitations' Towards Legalling Filing An Injury Law Suit Or Claim Against Someone?
My Grandson Was Injured 4 Yrs. (At Age 12) By Another Kid While Iceskating On A Rink Made By The City And Supposedly Kids Were To Be Supervised There By A Paid City Employee. The Person Who Was Supposed To Be Supervising The Kids Was Off To One Side Of The Rink Talking To Girls Instead Of Doing What He Was Paid To Do. Another Kid Pushed My Grandson Down On The Ice And Then Jumped Down On His Leg, Breaking A Bone. The Kid Was Charged In Court With Intent To Do Bodily Harm, Put On A Years Probation And Ordered To Do 200 Hrs. Of Community Service Plus Paying A Total Of $500.00 Towards The Doctor Bill. I Also Contacted Different Lawyers On Several Occasions During The Last 2-3 Yrs. About Filing An Injury Claim Against The City But I Have Been Told That A Person Couldn'T Sue A Municipality Or A City In Itself In This Case. Would Appreciate Any Advise. Thanx.

You have spoken to several lawyers and all have told you that you can't sue the city. Why do you not believe them?

The concept is sovereign immunity. In addition - just the city owning a skating rink does not make them responsible for your grandson's injuries.

You have not provided enough information in your question for us to answer. The statute of limitations is different in each state.