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A Legal Question?
Hi Guys, I Have A Real Quick Question. I Am On H1 Visa To Work/Live In The Us Good For 3 Years. My Employer Who Processed My H1 Visa Took Me To The Bank And Ask Me To Sign An Agreement In Front Of A Bank Officer Who Officially Notarized It. Was My Employer Legal In Doing That Crap? It Says If I Wanna Get Rid Of Him And Find A New Employer, I Got To Pay Him About 30,000$. I Know What He Did Is Crap. Can I Sue Him And File A Lawsuit? Please Answer Me In This Regard.

First off, what he had you sign is nothing more than a simple employment contract. Big Deal. Yes, it is legal. It is also very common. Tens of thousands of them are signed everyday in the U.S. However, all of its provisions may not be enforced by the court. Employment contracts are a legal mine field. (They tend to blow up.) It also probably says that you cannot work for any of his competitors, and unless your skills can be transferred between industries, you would not be allowed to take another job, so if you quit he could TRY to prevent your new employer from continuing your employment. Unless you have cash in the back or are making good money,there wouldn't be anything for him to get from a lawsuit. So, who cares about the $30,000.

Second, unless he can show that he spent $30,000 to get your H1(B) visa, (and any expenses he paid for you to come to the U.S.) and you are using the visa to get another job, he will not be able to recover anything. (Actually, even if he did spend $30,000 he may not be able to get the money from you.) Everything will depend on the EXACT facts of your case, and how the judge sees it. If you know an AMERICAN business man, show him the contract, review your facts and THE EMPLOYER'S facts, and ask his opinion. That would probably be closer to the truth than anyone on here can do.

Third, depending upon the circumstances, he could get the visa revoked. It is, after all, a job related visa, which requires very specific circumstances be met before you can be employed in the U.S. So, without that job, the visa would have to be re-issued to your new employer, which is another topic.

Fourth: Can you sue him? For what?? Asking you to sign an employment contract? (You could have said no.) or Being an asshole? Neither is actionable (a basis for a lawsuit) Some attorney may be willing to sue him, if you pay the lawyer in advance without the promise of any recovery. But then again some lawyers really need the money, and will file anything if they are getting paid. I wouldn't take your case based on what you said here.

Wrongful Death?
If Someone Was Thinking About A Wrongful Death Lawsuit, How Would They Go About Finding An Honest Doctor To Look Over All Of The Medical Records. And Give An Honest Opinion Without Trying To Cover For The Other Doctor Or The Hospital?

I would leave that to your attorney. Unless they're forced or subpoened, they would probably not do it.

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I'M In Desperate Need Of Legal Help And Haven'T The Money For A Lawyer...And The Case Is Another State

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Is This Legal (Please Help Me With This)?
My Husband And I Have Been Separated A Year Now. Everything We Purchased Within The Union Of Our Marriage Including All My Personal Things Are In Storage. Right After We Separated I Had Nervous Break Down So He Took Care Of Moving For Me. He Was The Provider And Its Real Hard For Me To Get Back On My Feet But Anyway He Wants Me To Pay Half Of The Storage Fee Before I Can Get My Daughter And My Things. He Doesnt Pay Alimony And I Really Cant Afford A Lawyer Trying To Go Through Legal Aid But They Are Giving Me The Run Around. Please If Anybody Know Where I Can Go To Get Legal Help I Am Open To Suggestions. I Am Really Not Worried About My Things My Child Wants Her Things.

When you rent a storage area, there is a contract that is signed. Is the contract in his name, or in yours? Have you signed any kind of agreement with the storage company?

If it is in his name only, you should contact your local law enforcement and explain the situation to them. They should be able to retrieve your items for you. If your husband wants you to pay half of the storage costs, he would need to pursue a claim in conciliation (small claims) court.

You don't say what state you're in, so I can't give you a link to your state's bar association, but every state has a state bar association that will offer you a list of attorneys who will help you at no charge. You can find the phone number by using Yahoo or google and searching for "bar association" and "Idaho" (substitute whatever state you're in).

If you and your husband are not working toward a reconciliation, you should probably pursue finalizing your divorce sooner rather than later, for many reasons - including the fact that you will likely be awarded maintenance (alimony) and child support. In addition, there is nothing currently that is keeping your husband from running up additional debt, which the court may split between the two of you when you do divorce. You really do need to speak with an attorney licensed in your state about all these issues.

Good luck to you.

Difference Between Dui & Dwi Plus Other Stuff?
What Is The Difference Between Dui & Dwi? Plus, My Dad Got His 3Rd Dui How Long Might He Be In Jail? Will He Get Work Release? Last Question, My Dad Got A Real Firm Judge, And His Lawyer Is Trying To Get Him A Different Judge By Saying Since My Dad Is Very German And The Judge Is Jewish Their Could Be Prejudice, Will This Work?

First, the difference between the two is, DUI is Driving Under the Influence. You can get arrested for that for being under the influence of completely legal drugs, if it is influencing your ability to properly operate a motor vehicle. DUI can also cover driving while high on weed or crack. DWI is driving while intoxicated. In some states, the main difference between the two is DWI can carry stiffer penalties, and applies only to those who are driving while drunk. Now, your dad's jail time will depend on your state laws, how long it has been since his last DUI, his BAC and whether his license had been reinstated. Driving on a suspended license, or too high a BAC could escalate his DUI to a felony, and he could get time in state prison. As for the Judge being a Jew, I don't think that will affect your dad's defense, unless he goes into court wearing a swastika arm-band over his I love Hitler T-shirt.

What Is Legal Separation In Canada?
What Makes It Legal Separaion? How Many Days Living Apart? Non Sexual Contact How Long For? Just What Are The Guidlines? Ontario Canada

http://www.divorceincanada.ca/Separation...

"About separation in Canada...



There are two common myths about divorce in Ontario, Canada: there is no such thing as 'filing for legal separation' - you are legally separated when you and your spouse are 'living separate and apart' (see below). Secondly, there is no such thing as being automatically divorced after so many years of separation - even if you are separated for 50 years, you are still legally married.

There are only three grounds for divorce in Canada:

1. living 'separate and apart'* for more than one year;
2. adultery (cheating); and
3. mental or physical cruelty.

*'Living separate and apart' does not necessarily require 'physical separation' - you can be 'living separate and apart' but share your home for economic reasons, or children, etc. If you are filing for divorce based on separation, you can make the first filing before you have been separated for one year, however the second filing cannot be made until on or after the one year anniversary of 'living separate and apart'.

For a divorce in Ontario based on separation, you can file your divorce after your separation begins - however, the divorce cannot be finalized until you have been separated for a full year. "