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  1. Denial & Appeals: Re: Quit to Due Change of Hours, and Denied Unemployment

    Unfortunately for our claimant,

    She's appealing again, and at city-data is IMHO being urged to tilt at windmills. If I remember, and she follows up there, I'll try to update this thread with the...
  2. Roommates: Re: Master Tenant Wants Roommate to Move Out, in NYC

    You say she's paying rent, and has a lease. So no question, she's a tenant.
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    Getting Fired: Re: Brother-In-Law Was Fired for Not Taking Breaks

    Here´s information on filing a wage complaint.
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    Unemployment Benefits: Re: Unemployment Benefits OverPayment

    What exactly does it mean to "quit" because there is "no work"? Do you mean "There was work, but not enough hours"?
  5. Unemployment Benefits: Re: Employer with Question/Section 581.1E

    It sounds like he worked for you during the qualifying period, and thus you get to pay a share of his unemployment benefits.
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    Travel and Recreation: Re: Martial Arts Gym Contract

    What is the breakdown of your contract price between services and finance charges? ("The contract may not require payments that total more than $3,000 not including finance charges (this amount...
  7. Towing: Re: Boat Towed and Retained Despite Attempts to Recover

    If you wish to hunt for laws that might be applicable, you can start here. It's unlikely that anybody here is going to dig through them for you unless you help us out by sharing the legal basis for...
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    Divorce: Re: Immigration and Divorce

    You go to court and file for divorce. She can agree to Tennessee's jurisdiction over the case. After any required court hearings and waiting periods, you then get a divorce.
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    Giving Notice: Re: Contract Over but Notice Not Full

    As you were told, you are free to dispute the rent charge in court and see what a judge decides. We can't promise you what a judge will decide, given that we haven't read the lease, don't have...
  10. Divorce: Re: Filed Divorce 1 1/2 Months After Husband Was Granted Conditional Residency

    Worry about the divorce and move on with your life. It's up to the USCIS, ICE and other government agencies to figure out if he's allowed to stay in the country, or if he should be located and...
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    Speeding Tickets: Re: Recently Issued Tickets in California

    Fix your taillights and try to convince the court to drop the ticket based upon the correct. Or, if you prefer, pay it.

    If you feel you can meet the requirement that the plate be securely fastened...
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    Re: Visitation Schedules in Massachusetts

    You should strive to reach an agreement. You should not anticipate that a court will award you more than 50% of summer vacation time - in a sense, anything can happen, but that would be highly...
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    Traffic Lane Violations: Re: 'Undue Care' Ticket in a National Park

    If you didn't commit the offense, and have a plausible explanation for what the officer alleges to be "undue care" as well as a witness to back you up, why wouldn't you dispute the ticket?
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    Vehicle Damage: Re: Tow Truck Operator Damaged Car

    Have you followed the instructions you received from the lawyer? Normally, you would make the claim with your insurance company and, if they covered it, let them worry about recovering money from the...
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    Re: Lost Wages Due to Doctor Visits

    Have you missed any work in the past, due to this injury? How many days?
  16. Removal (Deportation) and Reentry: Re: Nolle Pross and Nonimmigrant Visa Application

    You have to tell the truth in relation to all inquiries by the USCIS, so tell the truth even if "the truth hurts". The odds are, the shoplifting incident will be classified under the "petty offense...
  17. Thread: Inc or LLC

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    Starting a Business: Re: Inc or LLC

    You really need to ask this of somebody who knows your actual business plan and likely revenues. But in general, the most robust form of incorporation is the good, old fashioned business corporation.
  18. Chapter 7: Re: Personal Guarantee of a Commercial Lease when LLC Files Bankruptcy

    If you personally guarantee a business debt, the bankruptcy of the business has no impact on your personal guarantee. The creditor may then pursue you for the defaulted debt. Once the guarantee...
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    Deeds - Quitclaim: Re: Quitclaim Boundary Adjustment in Michigan

    If you want to create a new boundary that is going to be respected for purposes of land use and zoning, you have to do it properly and lawfully. A quitclaim that conveys land inconsistent with land...
  20. Security Deposits: Re: Outrageous Deductions From Security Deposit

    Start here.
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    Civil Rights Restoration: Re: Gun Rights After Adjudication Withheld

    You were told this how many years ago? You could try contacting your probation office to see if they can again give you the contact information, or see what they can tell you at your County Sheriff's...
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    Re: My Car Was Backed into

    Don't expect to hear from the other driver's insurance company unless you do as you were instructed, and make a claim with their insurance company.
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    Re: Pulled Over on My Motorcycle

    You can argue whatever you want.

    What was your citation?
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    Criminal Records: Re: Can Two Felons Get Married?

    If their parole prohibits their relationship, they need to cool it until they're off parole.
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    Security Deposits: Re: Security Deposit Return In Pennsylvania

    When you mail something you affix a stamp, deposit it in a mailbox, and the stamp is "postmarked" with the date it is mailed. Or you run it through a postage meter that affixes a date - and there,...
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