Well, I'd let CPS investigate.
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Well, I'd let CPS investigate.
Maybe, pg doesn't like writing the same answer twice.
And even if pg is shilling for another site what he is doing does not meet the definition of spam.
irrelevant or inappropriate...
How old is the child?
A judgment in Texas can be renewed right before the 10 year period.
Gerry, you need to make sure the renewal hasn't happened.
That said, I don't know if the judgment becoming stale gets a...
If this large retail company also has brick and mortar locations the OP should try this little scam at one of them. This way the OP would know if it is a rule violation and a software glitch on the...
Since the police didn't think it was illegal enough to arrest him so I wouldn't worry about that.
If they have the truck back I can see no reason to go to the tow company at all. If they don't...
Don't take legal advice from your EX. I suggest you either hire an attorney or at least get a one-time consultation.
When did the judge in the original case make the rulings you mentioned?
If you weren't there how do you even know the police took it?
No, and there is no need to post multiple times.
Not unless there you have a spouse willing to adopt the child.
While it does matter what state you are in there is no US state that will allow emancipation of a minor that can't show financial independence. And even if your state allows emancipation and you...
As she should be but I'm even more sure she is upset with the outcome. For all we know the guy is as well, though I doubt it.
I might be. I've never seen it be an issue because of the savings to the employee of having half or more of their medical paid by the employer has always had the effect of the employee wanting to...
While the guy in the equation is certainly a low life, it isn't like the girl is any better. Come on, a one night stand from a hook-up app.
There is no reason to think they will.
Just realize that if your 18 months of COBRA run out before the next open enrollment you will likely not be a happy camper.
You still aren't making it clear. Have the chiro's bills been submitted to your medical insurance carrier either by you or anyone else?
Have you already provided these documents to the "employer"? If not I wouldn't until you are sure they are legit.
Yes, in fact, there are laws against lane splitting in most states or at least laws that the various state's courts have interpreted as banning lane splitting.
And this site REPORT button has...
And your disagreement may have been useful back in April of 2018 when this thread was last posted to.
In the future please don't raise old threads from the dead.
No, the COLA doesn't get eaten up by Medicare increases in every case. But in your case it does. And I'm sure there are likely some cases where the cost of Medicare grows faster than the COLA.
Or as it is now known, new age BS.
Just to clarify CBG's statement, you will not be able to enroll in your employer's plan until their next Open Enrollment period after the initial new hire enrollment date.
As long as there is nothing in the document itself that limits authorization for a specific amount of time. yes. Of course, no third party has to accept an old document.