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How Can I See What Rights Grandparents Have
Do a Google search using the words (in this case I'm using Texas as the state):
grandparents rights Texas
The results will include law firms and organizations that advocate grandparents' rights in that state. In the instance of Texas, it is next to impossible for grandparents to prevail over the parents' wishes (I've researched this one for a friend and, unfortunately, her situation didn't fall within the criteria where a Court would overrule the wishes of the parents)
Criminal Or Employer Attorney - How Do I Decide?
I Am In A Situation Where I Have Been Facing Reprisals Since A Previous Employee Filed A Civil Lawsuit Against The Company I Work For. I Was Coached On What To Say To The Attorney From Headquarters, But I Told This Attorney That I Was Already Facing Reprisals Before The Suite Was Settled. Now, The Supervisor Who Was Disciplined After The Company Settled, Has Been Subjecting Me To Unfair And Harsh Treatment, Including Loss Of Income And Denying Me A Promotion Which I Have Proof Was Done On Purpose And That Our Local Hr Officer Was In Collusion With.
Now, This Company Is So Huge And Politically Connected, That I Don'T Think I Could Stand A 3 To 5 Year Civil Case (Yes - They Drag It Out As Long As They Can, I Have Seen It Before). However, I Have Been So Sick Over The Situation That I Recently Decided, Maybe I Should Turn Myself In, Along With Proof Of My Companies Violating Federal Law In Multiple States And Hope For A Plea Bargain Of Some Sort So That The People Who Have Been Punishing Me, Get Punished Back. It Would Involve Multiple Federal Agencies Though, And While I Have Almost 10 Years Of Documents (Most Original With Signatures) I Don'T Know If This The Right Way Or Not Because I Don'T Want To Do More Then 1 Year. I Honestly Am Not Looking To Sue For Compensation Which Most Employer Attorneys Want To Do, I Would Rather Have These Racist Managers Terminated From The Company And A Contract Given To Me That I Won'T Suffer Any More Reprisals. Sigghh - Lost Confused And Not Sure What Do To - Any Help Appreciate.
If the original lawsuit was based on illegal discrimination or harassment and you feel your employer is retaliating against you for your cooperation or perceived cooperation with the plaintiff, you need to visit the EEOC or equivalent state labor board in your area. There are offices in most major cities. This type of retaliation is clearly illegal. The government agency will investigate for free. You can also ask the agency for a "right to sue" letter which allows you to find an employment law attorney who can help you. Just remember that they cannot take any employment action against you in retaliation (fire, demote, even move your desk to a less desirable location) or you have more ammo for your suit. Retaliation is easier to show than discrimination and juries generally love to stick it to companies.
Now if you have proof that your company is violating federal laws other than discrimination, then you need to talk to an attorney who specializes in whistle-blower cases. Contact your local bar association for referrals.
Where Can I Get Low Cost Legal Aid For Child Custody Cases?
I'M In California And I Want To Change The Custody Order. We Currently Have A 50/50 With My Ex, And He Won'T Allow Me To Move 45 Minutes Away To Another County With My Child.
It States In The Custody Order That I Can Move, As Long As He Is Notified, But He Is Giving Me A Hard Time About It.
The Child Is Also Fearful To Be Near Him, And Has Expressed That His Father Has Locked Him In The Dark. This Is Unacceptable Punishment To Me, And I'D Like An Agreement That Is 75/25, With The Father Taking Parenting Classes.
Google free legal advice to find someone in your area. At least they can help you find a starting place to getting low cost help.
I went through something similar in Australia, and received free legal aid provided by the government to low income earners.
Good luck with your case. Family Law = ongoing trauma!
New York State Divorce Laws?
My Wife Has Filed Papers For Divorce I Really Can'T Afford An Attorney. I Lost My Job. What Are My Options
If she is filing a no fault divorce (a divorce that usually means irreconcilable differences) NY state requires you to be legally separated for 1 year BEFORE you can even file for divorce. Once the year is up you can file.
If its an uncontested divorce, meaning you two agree on the terms of the divorce, a lawyer is not required. If you two cannot agree on the terms, then its considered contested and will require a lawyer.
Where Can I Get Free Legal Advice Regarding Foreclosure?
I Have A Home That I Want To Go Into Foreclosure As I Already Have Another Home And I Would Like To Know Things Like Should I Pay My Hoa Dues Now Or Wait Until I Get A Judgment I Already Have A Summons From The Hoa ?
You would not be getting free legal advice on this forum, just opinions as most of us are not attorneys,therefore can not legally offer you legal advice.
Is the HOA dues owed on the property being foreclosed on? The homeowners would eventually file and
probably win a judgment against you that you would have to pay.
Since you would be required to pay the HOA dues eventually that this should be done.
Since these are legal questions I would suggest you find an attorney to get a legal opinion about this as well a tax consultant about any tax matters that might be involved in this foreclosure.
I hope this has been of some benefit to you, good luck.
The Constitutional Laws, Are They Not Impositions?
On Each And Every American?
Doesn'T Each And Every Law We Have In America Originate From Someones &Quot;Moral&Quot; Interpretation?
So, Isn'T The Real Question: &Quot;Who Do You Want To Be Your Moral Compass?&Quot;
Well to understand this you have to understand old laws. In Europe during the medieval period, laws were loosely based on religion and however someone interprets it. Matter of fact when the Ice Age came, the Pope came out and said it's witches that did it. As many as a few hundred thousand people died as a result of this so-called "witch hunting" and anyone could have fingered pointed and said, "He did it! Right there!" And they would send that person off to be burnt. Religion had the upper hand, but opening the bible, none of the rules in there actually made sense largely because they were open to ambiguous interpretation. One person could read the bible and say one thing, another could say something else, another could disagree and come up with their own version. Overall so many different things ways religion could be interpreted. Even in modern America, many Christians say the government has duty to god to do this and that but the funny thing is no one person is claiming the government should do the same thing that their bible calls out for and even if there is a similar subject such as abortion or gay marriage, there's such a wide array of opinion you really can't base the law off religion.
America was founded with the idea that "common sense" and laws that every person had rights to were fundamental towards the system. All laws in the United States follow the idea that every person has a right and the most basic rights cannot be infringed upon. With that said, there is no "moral compass" other than that the laws were written in a way that a common man (or person if you want to call it that) is able to read the law and follow it in such a way that doesn't deny him of his most basic rights as a person.