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Need Help With Some Legal Advice?
I Have A Question. I Had An Apartment Since Sept 07 And Just Left Because I Found Out Im Pregnant And There Is No Heat In The Apartment. I Had To Use A Space Heater For A 2 Bedroom Apt, Well 2 Space Heaters. Let Me Tell You How Fun It Was Last Winter. Being Pregnant, I Knew I Could Not Deal Freezing.
I Found An Apt Nov. 1St, So I Left.
Here Is Where My Landlord Is Suing Me
$500 Unpaid Last Months Rent (Yes, Rent Is Cheap But Nowhere On The Lease Did It Say I Didnt Have Access To Heat)
$600 In Damage To 3 Rooms, A Lil Paint Spilled On The Floor While Painting The Water Damaged Walls. I Retiled The Floors And Made The Place Look So Much Better.
$1000 For A Gas Bill Which I Dont Understand How A Stove (The Only Gas Object In The House) Could Be 1000, Granted It Was For The Whole Time I Was There, Im Not Gonna Lie, But 1000? Think About That .Its Like 100/Month For A Stove I Used Very Few Times??? It's An In Law Apt And He Is The Owner That Never Stays There, Lives Mostly In Pa. I Feel Like Its Not Possible I Was Paying 1000 All Winter For Use Of A Stove Once A Week. Plus, I Didnt Know In Mass It's Illegal To Not Have An Apt Without Heating. So What Should I Do Here? Im Pregnant, Broke, Trying To Save Up For My Baby And Now He Is Suing Me For Like $2000.
Try legal aid, they may be able to help. Unfortunately, you should have complained about the lack of heat right away and there is very little compensation you could get out of it at this late date, since you put up with it for over a year.
The gas bill is interesting - is there anything besides the stove that uses gas? I would find out... maybe call the gas company and they can tell you if that amount makes sense.
As for damages, did you in any way document the apartment's condition on move-out versus move-in? Photos, inspection report? That is the only way to absolve yourself of damages they are claiming. You retiling the floors is irrelevant. It was an improvement you chose to make independently, and does not offset any damage they are claiming.
How Do I Change Personal Injury Attorney'S ?
I Was In An Accident On July 26,2007 My Attorney Assistant Never Sent The Owner Of The Car Any Request For Information Just Her Boyfriend Who Was Driving No One Is Answering And Here I Am Injured? Please Help?
If you change attorney's midstream of a case, the first one will probably charge a huge amount for any work they've done so far and may sue you for breach of contract. Be very careful in finding out what is legal to do in this situation...could be even more of a headache. Just pressure the one you have for actions to be taken and be patient...cases like yours can sometimes take years to resolve. Document everything and any contact you have with the lawyer.
Where Can I Find A List Of Top Law Firms In Different States?
Martindale Hubbell Is Good But I Need To Be Able To Type In The City And State In A Search Engine And Come Up With A A List Of Top Law Firms In That City And State Only.
The Other Sites I'Ve Tried Give Me A Complete List Of Law Firms, Sole Proprietors, Small Firms, Etc. - That Isnt What I Want And Its Too Much To Sift Through.
Anyone Know Any Sites Or Ways I Can Find Lists Of Top Law Firms In Different States?
Need Advice - Lower Child Support Request?
My Daughters Father Is Taken Me To Court To Lower Child Support, Citing That His 2 Year Old Now Lives With Him. My Daughter Is 6, He Pays About 400 A Month, And Makes Over $35,000 A Year, That'S More Than I Make. I Feel That He Is Lying About His 2 Year Old Living With Him To Get Child Support Lowered. And If She Does Live With Him, So Does The Mother, So That'S A Dual Family Income, And Both Parents Are Responsible To Pay For A Child. The Suport That I Recieve Does Not Even Pay For Her Before/After School Care. I Pay For Everything, Which I Don'T Have A Problem With Because It'S My Daughter But My Charge Bills Are Around $5000 Just So I Can Try To Make Ends Meet. If It Wasn'T For My Mother I Wouldn'T Be Able To Make It At All. I Only Have One Child Because I Knew I Counldn'T Afford To Have A Second One. Will The Judge Tell Him To Get A Second Job. That'S What I Would Have To Do If I Wanted Another One. Court Is Tomorrow I Just Wanted To Hear Opinions About This Before I Go
"Need Advice - Lower Child Support Request?"
There is no quick answer to your question.
Ask your attorney if there is a "first family" concept for child support in your state.
What that means is that payment of child support for children of the first marriage takes priority over other support the non-custodial parent might be responsible to pay for children who came later with another partner. In your case, it should mean that the child support will not be lowered-- absent other special circumstances.
States use statutory guidelines to determine how much child support a parent should pay-- unless there are unusual circumstances that require an analysis of both parents' resources. Where the non-custodial parent's child doesn't have unique medical or psychological needs that significantly reduce the amount of money available to pay support, a straight percentage of the non-custodial parent's income (minus certain allowable deductions) should be used to set support. (Often about 20% for one child.)
Also, the non-custodial parent should submit a sworn Financial Affidavit if intending to bring before the court other financial circumstances outside of a straight percentage of income given in the statutory schema. And you're right, that financial affidavit should include whatever income the two year old's other parent contributes to the non-custodial parent's household. If it doesn't, then the non-custodial parent is painting a deceptive picture of the actual financial circumstances. And anytime the non-custodial parent gets to offer that kind of information to the court, so do you. Your attorney should have you prepare a standard financial affidavit showing how you need the money to support the child.
Your attorney has to raise these issues-- and if your attorney doesn't don't be afraid to ask your attorney out loud right in front of the judge. (Nothing wrong with a brief question to your attorney so that the judge has an idea about what's on your mind.)
Given the numbers you provide, the non-custodial parent should probably pay somewhere between $379 and $437 each month for the one child-- maybe more given certain tax circumstances. Sounds to me that you're getting a statutorily reasonable amount of support and it, at least, shouldn't be lowered.
Edit: Upon seeing that you pay for both before-school and after-school daycare, I would have to say that the child support should be increased. It's a thought to have the non-custodial parent pay "half" the child care, but in reality a commensurate amount of child support above the minimum level is probably a better idea if you can get it. Depending on what you pay for that childcare, the child support should probably be more like $600 a month.
[This is not legal advice. You should consult a licensed attorney-at-law for legal advice or representation before making decisions that may affect your legal rights.]
Will Someone That Works In Radiology Lose Their Job With An Assault Charge?
How Will The Hospital Find Out If They Got Charged With Assault? (If Of Course, They Lose Their Job From An Assault Charge)
Assault charges may disqualify you for employment but once you are hired it is against the law for them to fire you for a pending charge. However, once you're convicted your sentence may interfere with your duties (ex: You go to jail and miss work) and you may be dismissed on those grounds. The real bad news is that it is a common practice for a hospital to include a conduct clause in your paperwork in which case you would be in breach of your agreement and termination would be likely. As far as them finding out they would need to run a background check, (usually requiring your permission, which you more than likely gave unconditionally when you signed your application) but companies don't typically do this without cause since it does cost them money most of the time.
My advice? Keep your mouth shut and chances are nobody will find out.