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  1. Compensation and Overtime: Re: Dispute Over Commissions - Illegal Business Says He Doesn't Have to Pay

    I don't understand why everyone is assuming that the OP's statement as to the origin of the RVs indicates that the people are in the business of selling illegally obtained RVs.
  2. Re: Business Owner Wants Me to Close Business As Ceo

    Its better just to ignore then entirely rather than possibly risking saying the wrong thing.
  3. Re: Patient Representative / Medical Surrogate: Legal Protections

    You should probably decline to serve as his patient representative as well due to the protection order. You can explain that to the hospital.
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    Custody and Visitation Issues: Re: Out of Country Vacation

    Again, the technical reality of the law is that you are not supposed to be taking your child out of the country without the written consent of the other parent. So, the law is not on your side in...
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    Custody and Visitation Issues: Re: Out of Country Vacation

    Harold, clearly you are seriously effected financially by this pandemic. However, at the same time you don't seem to be willing to take whatever measure are necessary to both allow you to get back...
  6. Denial of Access: Re: As a Landlord Am I Required to Provide Internet Access (Also Another Question)

    No, Internet is not a required utility. Your wife is also free to vacuum and clean at whatever hour she wants to, as long as it is a reasonable time of day.
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    Custody and Visitation Issues: Re: Out of Country Vacation

    Guys and Gals. We have just turned ANOTHER poster's thread into the Harold99 show. Lets stop feeding the troll.
  8. Title Ownership: Re: Title to a Motorcycle I Purchased in 2005

    Read it again TM. He transferred from CA to OH.
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    Re: Confusion with Residency As a Minor

    His parents could also get a private policy for him. He doesn't have to be included on someone else's insurance.
  10. Modification of Custody: Re: Can a 17 Year Old Adopt His 15 Year Old Sister

    Ok, the title to your thread took me aback. Adoption and custody are two totally separate things. No, it would not be possible for a minor to take custody of another minor. (or adopt another minor...
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    Custody and Visitation Issues: Re: Out of Country Vacation

    Where the heck did you get THAT information? Nevermind, I just saw the link someone else posted.
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    Custody and Visitation Issues: Re: Out of Country Vacation

    Technically, based on the law only, you either need written permission from the other parent or written permission from the court to take your child out of the US. Its possible that they won't even...
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    Custody and Visitation Issues: Re: Out of Country Vacation

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  14. Social Security Issues: Re: Do SSI Recipients Need to Report Stimulus Checks to SSA

    No, it does not.
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    Harassment: Re: Ex-Wife/Boss: Tolerate/Stay or Go

    If he causes the value of the business to diminish at all, it certainly WILL impact that. Which is what you appear to be ignoring or simply not understanding.
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    Harassment: Re: Ex-Wife/Boss: Tolerate/Stay or Go

    Bud, you are being extremely irresponsible here. Please just stop. I understand that you never want to back down from anything you have posted, no matter how wrong, but you are being extremely...
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    Harassment: Re: Ex-Wife/Boss: Tolerate/Stay or Go

    Equitable distribution in and of itself is somewhat subjective. What the judge believes to be equitable factors into any decision that is made. If the OP diminishes the value of the company because...
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    Roommates: Re: Harassment About Shared Places

    Get a cheap bookcase at a thrift store. Get some cheap dishes and other kitchen items that you need. Store your non-perishable food and your kitchenware in your room. Keep only perishables in the...
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    Harassment: Re: Ex-Wife/Boss: Tolerate/Stay or Go

    Here is the thing...If your behavior is above reproach then she is absolutely going to look like the bad guy to the judge. However, if you do petty things that can hurt the business, like...
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    Harassment: Re: Ex-Wife/Boss: Tolerate/Stay or Go

    Bud, I 100% disagree with you in this instance. Here we have a marital asset that he hopes to profit from in the future, via the divorce. Causing problems for the asset, particularly by withholding...
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    Harassment: Re: Ex-Wife/Boss: Tolerate/Stay or Go

    Of course she can sue you. Anybody can sue anybody for anything. However, if you are hoping for alimony from this divorce, or for a buyout of your marital share of the company business, then you...
  22. Counterfeiting: Re: Is It Legal to Print Fake Pretend Play Money if We Change a Lot of Features

    Yes they do, if they do not, a judge can and will throw out their verdict.



    Lawyers do not convict anyone. Judges and juries convict people. Yes, if an attorney is able to make a convincing...
  23. Privacy Crimes: Re: Can a Business for Any Reason Give Out My Ssn Number

    Also, since you were not required to list an employer on facebook at all, it was a totally unnecessary lie.
  24. Re: Does a Foreign Person Owning Us Assets Who Bequests the Assets to Only Foreign

    Are you saying that if the heir to an estate is located outside of the US that there is estate taxes on any estate that exceeds 13k?
  25. Re: Does a Foreign Person Owning Us Assets Who Bequests the Assets to Only Foreign

    It depends on different factors. For example, if the estate is less than 11 million plus, currently, there is no estate tax. That figure changes from year to year but it is always a substantial...
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