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    Re: Changing Employee Classification

    If that is your definition of trolling, then you'll concede that your cop out post was trolling as it too added absolutely nothing to the subject at hand, correct? ;)
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    Re: Gift Appropriateness

    It's not the value of the gift that determines how intimate the gift is regarded. I think you'd concede that buying a woman, say, a thong (as in underwear) is a pretty intimate kind of gift even...
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    Re: Changing Employee Classification

    Really? And just how do you figure that is a cop out? What responsibility do you think eerelations had that she is avoiding by her response? You do understand what the purpose of "like" buttons is on...
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    Re: Changing Employee Classification

    Is she truly an accountant or is she really a bookkeeper? It does make a difference.
  5. Speeding Tickets: Re: Contesting 71 Over 55 on Washington State's SR 270

    Two things. First, this tells me you are willing to lie to try to avoid the ticket. Not a good look regarding your personal integrity. It is also the crime of perjury. I do not recommend this...
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    Police Conduct: Re: Out of State Raid

    Are you asking about an actual raid that took place? If so, some actual facts about the raid would be helpful, like where in IL the raid occurred, what crime the police were investigating, etc. If...
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    Grandparents and Third Parties: Re: Temporary Custody of Grandchildren

    You'd have to that in Virginia, and thus you should see a family law attorney in that state. If she's willing to allow you to care for them temporarily there may be no need to go to court for this.
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    Heirs and Beneficiaries: Re: How Does Power of Attorney Work

    Telegrams are another thing that the internet age has killed off. Western Union, the oldest and biggest U.S. telegram provider, sent its last telegram in 2006. Many young people today have no real...
  9. Re: If Someone in Possession of Your Property Becomes Deceased

    Moreover, there are two problems here. First, the motor may not yet belong to the OP. Sure, the mechanic bought it for the OP, presumably for the purpose of installing in a vehicle for the OP. But...
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    Filing a Complaint: Re: How to Use Unpublished Opinions

    Rare is it that you'll cite much case law in a complaint, much less an unpublished opinion. The primary purpose of the complaint is to set out the FACTS upon which the claim is based. See NJ Rule of...
  11. Re: If Someone in Possession of Your Property Becomes Deceased

    You'd need to contact the executor of his estate about that. It may take a period of some day or weeks before an executor is appointed.
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    Heirs and Beneficiaries: Re: How Does Power of Attorney Work

    Just to clarify for the OP, a power of attorney is not used just to nominate someone to act for you when you are not able to handle it yourself. It is also used when you simply want someone to handle...
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    Deductions from Pay: Re: Company Car and Privacy

    As a result of the Trump tax tax most employees may no longer deduct unreimbursed employee business expenses (including vehicle expenses) for the tax years 2018 through 2025. Only those employees in...
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    Sex Offenses: Re: Forgetting Pants

    Right. There may be times when a zipper is left open, but not the pants left down such that your junk is hanging out for anyone to see. I'm going to guess the real question the OP has (if he's not...
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    Fraud: Re: Welfare Fraud Investigator Visit

    I disagree. The federal government and states have a significant problem with welfare fraud and when they do catch someone engaged in fraud they want to make sure the punishment will be enough to...
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    Deductions from Pay: Re: Company Car and Privacy

    It is not clear in this thread whether you are an employee or independent contractor. Given that the provided you a car, are making you do a spreadsheet for the use of it, and that they want to...
  17. Criminal Records: Re: Am I a Felon if My Charges Were Ultimately Dismissed

    Considered a felon for what purpose? In general if the effect of the program you entered was a conditional plea in which the case was dismissed upon completion of the program and no conviction was...
  18. Chapter 13: Re: Never Completed the Process but My Credit Report Now Shows Bankruptcy

    It's the filing of the bankruptcy petition that triggers the notation of bankruptcy on your credit report. You did file the petition, so the credit entry is accurate and will stay there until 10...
  19. Re: Can I Give My Child More Than Three Names

    My first name is so common that no one messes that up. My last name is fairly common but with an uncommon spelling. I have to spell it every time I give it to someone new. I don't begrudge having to...
  20. Re: Looking for Help for Class Project - Need Expert Advice

    In the U.S. libel and slander are both forms of defamation. Defamation law in the U.S. is state law and the details therefore vary a bit by state. Only a few states still have any criminal defamation...
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    Fraud: Re: Welfare Fraud Investigator Visit

    Don't compound your problems by lying to the investigator. You are being investigated for a possible crime and do not have to answer any questions (though the state may cut off benefits if you don't...
  22. Re: Can I Give My Child More Than Three Names

    It is legal. The U.S. does not dictate rules for names like some other nations do. You may make the child's name as long as you want. Of course longer names can cause some difficulty. Some computer...
  23. Discovery: Re: Discovery Limit in Written Interrogatory

    I wouldn't be surprised either, but the OP would obviously have to check the local court rules to see if there is any limit in the court where this is litigated. It may be that the reason he's having...
  24. Discovery: Re: Discovery Limit in Written Interrogatory

    (Bolding added.) In many states what I bolded would be true. It appears not to be true in Washington state. Rule 33 of the state rules of civil procedure is the rule for interrogatories, and you'll...
  25. Re: Debt Owed to Estate and Statute of Limitations

    The parent never bothered to collect on it for years. If a creditor can't be bothered to try collecting it, then I'll not admonish a debtor for not paying it all these years later. If the parent...
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