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Need Help With Employment Law.?
...My Mother In Law Works As The Manager Of A Well Known Charity Shop. It Has Been Her Life For The Last 7 Years. Her Heart And Soul Went Into It With Her, Often Working, More Hours Than Getting Paid For. Her Area Manager Has Been Replaced, And Her New One Obviously Has Something Against Her. The Expectations Put On To Her Was, Quite Frankly, Ridiculous. She Kept Piling On Pressure To My Mother In Law And In The End She Had To Go On Sick With Depression As Her Husband Had Just Been Made Redundant.
She Had A Holiday Coming Up And Had Been Told That She Was To Employ A Deputy Manager As Her Old One Had Left Before She Can Go. This Is, In My Eyes, The Responsibility Of The Area Manager. However, Before Her Holiday Was Due She Was Too Tired And Depressed To Carry On With Working, So The Doctor Signed Her Off Sick. While She Has Been On Sick, The Area Manager Has Employed A Deputy Manager For The Shop. The Deputy Manager Has Fired 5 Of The Regular Volunteers, With No Apparent Reason Apart From This One In Particular - 'She Didn'T Suit The Image We Are Aiming For.' This Is A Charity Shop That Is Designed To Help Elderly Folk. Why Do They Need An Image?
It Is My Mother In Laws Hard Work, Determination And Overall Love For Her Staff And Shop That Has Made It Such A Nice Place To Work For Everybody Involved. It Has Been Destroyed In A Month. This Is Really Affecting Her Health And We, As A Family Have Real Concerns About This As She Had A Severe Heart Attack A Few Years Ago Due To A Similar Problem With Higher Management. She'S At Her Wits End Wondering What She Can Do About It But Can'T See A Way Out Of This. Is There Any Advice I Could Get, About Whether Or Not Her Staff Can Be Fired While She'S Not There?
I am going through somewhat of a problem with my employer, have worked for this company over 15yrs, have followed their guide lines and company procedures from day one, Seems my Store is continuously hiring younger employees, and the older employees are left behind , we are told there isn't hours to give us , so we have been cut down to two days a week and put into a serving station of two table and are told that we can get productivity in sales, but others are put into better larger stations, and we as a rule since there is not that much activity we deliver the other employees food orders and do continuously running side-work to make our shift run smooth, while the others do not have time to take to preform these duties, I am told since I have poor productivity that is why my hours are cut so low , Ok I do my server duties as requested, but I do not have tables to make the productivity, I have contacted the corporate office several times and nothing has been done, I had to file for unemployment and food stamps to survive, and I to feel health stress coming on because I know I am doing my job and they do not see this or for some reason do not want to. I have been pushed into searching for employment for additional income, and told by my current employer to go ahead and they will work my few hours around this, but I am concerned that this is their escape from paying unemployment. They say I am a valued employee and an asset to the company.I am now outsourcing for help.
If your mother lives in certain states that the has the"at will law" then a company can fire employees for no particular reason and I feel this is unfair.
I suggest she contact equal employment opportunity commission and see what they can do to help her and advise her. I am so lost myself and I do feel the need she is wanting.
What Is The Average Spousal Support
Married 25 Years, Moved To Tiny Town For Spouse's Job, Worked Always But A Variety Of Part-Time Jobs, Often Simultaneously And None Really In My Area, Paid To Educate Myself To A Ph.D. By Myself But No Job Market Here, Raised 3 Kids, Was Emotionally And Sexually Abandoned...No Fault State. The Only Area Of Dispute In Divorce Is The Amount...Despite Debiliating Depression He Does Not Think He Owes Me Anything, Or Certainly Not More Than A Few Hundred A Month. We Could Settle This Cheaply If We Could Reach A Fair Cmpromise But He Won't Discuss.
It depends on where you live and what your husband makes. Based on my experience, it's cheaper for you to do without spousal support than have a big legal battle, and cheaper for him to give you some spousal support to avoid a big legal battle. If I could go back in time, I'd offer my ex-wife a few hundred a month for a few years and have someone draw up the agreement. In hindsight, I might have spent $10K to save $30K in legal fees.
Where I live, it's really a coin toss in court whether you get any spousal support, and if you do it is likely to be rehabilitative support meant to help you train for a job/go back to school if you've been a housewife for 10 or 20 years. Given that you have a Ph.D., you obviously don't need to go back to school, and I'd guess a judge would not look favorably on your request. Though if you have to relocate to get a job, perhaps you'd have a shot at some temporary support in the interim.
Your husband has NO incentive to settle with you if you're asking for something like $1000/month for the rest of your life. Courts will mostly not grant it, and it's cheaper for him to go to court than risk those hundreds of thousands of dollars. Please ask your attorney what is customary and likely to happen in your locale, but be aware that he/she has a vested interest in making you expect more than you can actually get, if you're paying by the hour.
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I Know This Isn'T Religious Of Spiritual... Sorry .... But You Guys Have The Best Answers...
So... Thanks For Letting Me Ask Here (Assuming Someone Doesn'T Violate Me....) :)
Kay - To The Point.... My Favorite Professor Is A Lawyer.... His Birthday Is The Last Day Of Class.... I Want To Give Him A Card.... With A Lawyer Joke In It...
Best Answer To Best Joke --- He Has A Sense Of Humor, So Don'T Worry About It If It'S 'Off-Color' -- But Should You Not Want To Post It, You Can Email It To Me....
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A priest a rabbi and a lawyer are at sea and the ship sinks. They escape in a dingy and head to the marina. The rabbi is rowing for a time and he loses one of the two oars. The priest says, "I get it", and tries to fish it out with the other oar and loses it. Both the priest and rabbi begin to pray, and the lawyer say, "I got this." He sits in the rowing bench and raises his right hand and a shark comes gets the first oar and puts it in the lawyer's right hand and another shark gets the left one and puts in his left hand. The priest and rabbi look at him with shock.
The lawyers smiles, "Professional courtesy."
Does Alimony Shows How Useless The Other Party Is?
I Work, I Divorce, Now I Have To Give Money To A Person Who Is Not My Family? How Is That Right?
Women Tend To Want To Be Independent, But At The End They Want To Get Alimony. Not All Women.
That Is Like Welfare. The Government. Gives You Money, And You Dont Have To Work. But At The Same Time You Become A Useless Person.
Women Dont Understand That These Type Of Alimony Laws Are Just A Way For Men To Show How Dependent They Are Of Men.
No, alimony shows how smart the woman (or her attorney) was and how hurt he must be. Do you think any woman really cares what someone thinks when she's cashing her huge check? I don't think so.
Suggestions For Lawyer?
My 14 Year Old Son And I Have Been Dealing With A Bullying Problem At His School. He Has Made Numerous Incidence Reports - Against The Same Kid - Since The 08-09 School Year. I Have Done As Much As I Can To Make It Known That This Is Unacceptable. We Live In Knox County, Tn. I Have Contacted Our School Board Rep And Gotten Farther Than I Ever Have, Even After Filing A Police Report Following Yet Another Incident At School. There Is One Principal And Two Vice-Principals At His School And None Have Taken Any Action. We Have A Zero-Tolerance Policy For This Very Reason.
It'S Been 2 Weeks And All I Get Is The Standard &Quot;It'S Being Investigated.&Quot; The School Board Rep Passed Everything On To The Superintendent, But I Still Feel That It'S Getting...Put On A Back Burner. Monetary Compensation Isn'T A Goal; I Want Someone To Have To Take Responsibility For Their Negligence And I Want My Son To Feel Safe In School Again. He Shouldn'T Have To Be Tardy To Avoid The Kid In The Halls Or Constantly Look Over His Shoulder Wondering When The Next Punch To The Gut Or The Back Of The Head Is Going To Happen.
Can Someone Recommend A Lawyer That Can Handle A Case Like This?
Before i went to a lawyer.
I would have a firm conversation with the pricipal, vice principal.
Letting them know this..........
You have spent alot of time, trying to fix this situation, with no help from the school whatsoever. Having a zero tolerance policy is simpoly a smokescreen for the bullying as you dont implement it whatsoever. You do not follow up on bullying cases and only the victims suffer.
For this reason and i dont come to this decision lightly. After all the lack of empathy and help the school has shown, you leave me no choice but to speak with the local media about the issues at this school, this will be further documented by a letter to the education department, stating the events that have happened over this period of time.
The only Time people act, is when their job is threatened, or their school is put on the brink of embarassement by issues that they should havebeen taken care of.
Have that conversation with the principal. Then wait a week or two to see what happens. It might be the kick up the *** the principal needs to rectify the situation.
After that, if nothing has happened. Speak to a solicitor and on advice from him/her then speak to the media.
Solicitors cost money. Im sure its a cost you dont need. So give the principal a kick up the *** and a scare, before you decide to head to court.
How Much Does A Prenuptial Agreement Generally Cost To Make In The State Of Nj?
Unfortunately, prenuptial agreements are not automatically enforceable. This, despite the unquestionable benefits of expeditiously settling financial issues and notwithstanding the intentions of the parties. NJ Divorce lawyers must be quite conversant with the applicable law, to adequately protect the interests of the prenuptial agreement client.
When couples considering marriage enter into a prenuptial agreement, they can resolve in advance any potential issues involving the distribution of assets and spousal support. Notably, however, such an agreement may not adversely affect any party’s obligation to pay child support. Other than that, the issues that can be addressed and planned for in a prenuptial agreement are fairly broad. While all such agreements must be in writing, any modification or revocation of a premarital agreement must likewise be in writing.
If any party chooses to contest the enforceability of a prenuptial agreement, the burden of proof is always on the party opposing it. That party must prove that the agreement is unenforceable because of the existence of certain specific conditions prior to or at the time of the agreement’s execution. Voluntariness is an essential requirement. Premarital agreements will not be enforced in cases where any party did not sign on voluntarily.
In addition to the signed written agreement requirements of the Uniform Premarital Agreement Act, New Jersey specifies the statement of assets must be appended to the agreement. This mandate results in a clear footprint being left of the required full and fair disclosure.
New Jersey also requires disclosure of the earnings, in addition to the disclosure of property and financial liabilities. New Jersey also preconditions enforceability on both parties either having the benefit of legal counsel prior to entering into a prenuptial agreement, or upon a waiver of the right to legal counsel. Any such waiver of the right to consult with an attorney must be in writing.
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