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  1. Child Neglect: Re: What Constituts Neglect in North Carolina

    But the point is that from here, this is about fourth hand guessing at information that says what? That the "sorry ass baby mama" won't work? That the child is living in poverty? From the outside,...
  2. Child Neglect: Re: What Constituts Neglect in North Carolina

    If he passed away, the ss would most likely now be going to his wife, so same income coming in? But the point is, from a distance, this family doesn't really know anything about what the income...
  3. Child Neglect: Re: What Constituts Neglect in North Carolina

    Quote: "....there is no steady money coming in the house cause the sorry ass baby MAMA dont work or wanna work. She was living off her dads ss until recently cause he passed.the grandmother is in...
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    Medical Malpractice: Re: Too Old to Be Profitable

    But if there's not a potentially winnable case, his age and possible recovery amounts aren't even going to be much of a factor in their whole decision making process. Hard to believe that if the...
  5. Unemployment Benefits: Re: Trailing Spouse - California to New Hampshire, Which State to Apply

    Of course you can draw a CA claim while living in another state! Happens all the time. Do not understand why we'd be throwing up such definitely wrong info about it.
    I'd very strongly bet all your...
  6. Denial & Appeals: Re: In California What is the Legal Definition of a 'Weapon' As It Relates to Employm

    My suggestions are that while using the stories suggested by the others, in the first place, this is a person who should never miss a chance to SHUT UP. In other words, be very precise in what you...
  7. Court Proceedings: Re: What Are the Elements and Defenses of Child Endangerment

    "I guess another woman decided to be special and call the police citing that she saw the child hit their head (self inflicted) and mom did not seem "worried enough"....."

    It is not shaming but is...
  8. Court Proceedings: Re: What Are the Elements and Defenses of Child Endangerment

    I think you, from the outside here, are thinking you are a little smarter than the officers, and everyone else in the situation though you may not have all the facts. I would suggest that you tell...
  9. Hours: Re: Number of Days/Hours Worked and Short Notice Schedule

    Quote: ".....probably to my assumption there was a class action lawsuit against my employer."

    I would suspect not, actually. There are quite a number of employers who will take advantage of this...
  10. Survivors Benefits: Re: Is It Possible to Reverse Deceased Father's Benefits to Disabled Son

    Agree. Usually the way these programs work in the southeastern states is that a person cannot voluntarily eliminate any other possible source of support and then receive aid from any of the "needs...
  11. Denial & Appeals: Re: In California What is the Legal Definition of a 'Weapon' As It Relates to Employm

    Strongly encourage you to listen to this advice. It's not a legal case, it's an agency hearing. The hearing officer is going to want to be in charge. The process is not supposed to be a court case,...
  12. Compensation and Overtime: Re: Employer Always Late with Paychecks

    And I have worked in the employment and unemployment fields, and believe me, there's no such thing as a "black ball me to other employers" threat that I've seen, either.
    If you are in a small town,...
  13. Custody and Visitation Issues: Re: Can a Father Get His Kids if the Mother is Getting Evicted

    Highly likely that you are the girlfriend, am I right? Your boyfriend needs an attorney. Sounds like needs to ask for a change in the current custody orders, if there are any at this time, whatever...
  14. Modification of Custody: Re: Will Court Entertain to Retaliatory and Frivolous Restriction of Parenting Time

    Since you guys have been fighting it out in court ever since the move occurred, and this is what you describe as a "Hail Mary" demand for change in custody, you do not need to point out to the judge...
  15. Workers Compensation Issues: Re: Sueing Company After 15 Yrs

    Yes, unemployment insurance is profoundly out of the question, as to draw benefits, it must be based on that separation, filed while you still have usable wages from that employer in the quarters in...
  16. Supervisors: Re: Can My Employer Legally Take My Personal Property from My Desk

    In many many cases, unemployment insurance is your only realistic option, the only place where any of the ramifications of the situation will be considered. I very rarely in many years of working...
  17. Supervisors: Re: Can My Employer Legally Take My Personal Property from My Desk

    I never do that!:) But they'll know what they want to ask and hear and they'll decide. There's not any harm in filing and working it out.
  18. Modification of Custody: Re: What Will a Psych Eval Accomplish

    If your ex bragged to the judge or in front of the judge, he may be getting his butt kicked for it, thus the psych eval requirement. But I think, though it would be foolish and unfair only to ask...
  19. Supervisors: Re: Can My Employer Legally Take My Personal Property from My Desk

    Do, by all means, file a claim for unemployment insurance. It is harder to get if the worker quits than if the employer fires you (it's a misconception that getting fired is such a bad thing that you...
  20. Supervisors: Re: Can My Employer Legally Take My Personal Property from My Desk

    It comes down to the employer pretty much has control of the workplace. This may not have been the best way for them to handle this particular issue, I agree. That you protested and quit was your...
  21. Disciplinary Issues: Re: I'm Suspended from Work

    You can file a claim for unemployment insurance any time. Anytime you are off work for as much as a week without pay, you should file an unemployment claim right away. This will frequently force the...
  22. Heirs and Beneficiaries: Re: Grandmothers Will What Rights Do I Have

    Okay, I have seen this situation from another angle. if you are calling the attorney that your aunt has hired, have called more than once, stop doing this. I saw a case where the executor had hired...
  23. Supervisors: Re: Performance Evaluations

    The comment we used to hate most was "has a bad attitude." How general can that be? "Doesn't respond well to change" is pretty general. I don't see why the OP is so torn up about it, unless it's...
  24. Pets and Animals: Re: What to Do if Your Neighbor's Dogs are Trespassing on Your Land

    I would strongly suggest that no matter what else this person does, he does talk to the local officials about the dogs. As I pointed out, he did talk to the neighbor, and got Texas law quoted to him,...
  25. Pets and Animals: Re: What to Do if Your Neighbor's Dogs are Trespassing on Your Land

    The man said six dogs. Six dogs (which I bet are not all smaller than a shih Tzu) IMHO a pack makes. Dogs in a pack don't respond well to "Here Boopsie! No no, bad doggie!" You wouldn't shoot at a...
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