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What should she do? Oregon

A:  How many employees does the employer have? It makes a difference to the answer. Only four including the boss. Oregon''s discrimination laws including pregnancy discrimination apply to employers with one or more employees. Your daughter-in-law cannot be discriminated against due to her pregnancy. She has to be treated the same way the employer would treat any other temporarily disabled employee (ie an employee with a broken leg). Pregnancy discrimination in Oregon can be reported to: OREGON CIVIL rights DIVISION Bureau of Labor & Industries 800 N.E. Oregon, Suite 1070 Portland, OR 97232 Tel: (503) 731-4200 Also, for your info, employers not subject to federal...

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Car seized by Police - what rights?

A:  What would you say if a person killed one of your children in a road accident and did not have insurance? It was your daughter in law''s responsibility to make certain that she was insured to drive, surely she informed the insurance company of her new address in plenty of time even a quick phone call would do. I suspect there is another side to this story. If the insurance was easily sorted on friday with documentation of some kind it would have to be shown to the police prior to the release of the car. Perhaps this episode will act as a lesson learned. thanks everyone for their constructive comments and advice. Sandra, sorry for appearing cynical. I do agree that if the police had cleared that the car was insured prior to your

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Can Grandparents Do Anything to Keep a Grandchild from Being Moved Out of State?

A:  “My daughter-in-law is threatening to take our grandson away from my son here in Florida and move to New York with her relatives. They are still married and have not even seen a lawyer about a divorce or separation. They both are young and I’m afraid that her immaturity will make her do something harsh and she will leave. Is there any recourse my son has to keep her from taking that wonderful little boy from us?” Under Florida Statute 752.01 Action by grandparent for right of visitation; when petition shall be granted.– (1) The court shall, upon petition filed by a grandparent of a minor child, award reasonable rights of visitation to the grandparent with respect to...

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Medical Malpractice and/or Worker''s Comp - Idaho

A:  I think that if you try to get placentia previa covered under workers' comp, your son and DIL likely will have a fight on their hands. From what I read of this condition, it does not seem to be caused or aggravated by trauma. In other words, the medical problems that you DIL is having are ones that she likely could have had, even if she was employed in a clerical capacity sitting in a cubicle. That is going to be the argument of her employer's work comp carrier. You can bet the rent money on that one. Placentia previa is a condition that often corrects itself during the course of the pregnancy. So, the fact that it existed and was noted in the chart before the work incident is not, in and of itself conclusive of much, if anything. In the final analysis,...

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hospital visitation restricted why?

A:  sorry you misunderstood. I am the father in law. I knew if her mother came back into the pictur, and she had been far removed for quite awhile, she would ruin their marrriage. This was a very dysfunctional relationship between daughter and mother. What was at stake was my grandchildren ...two beautiful children. My son did everything possible to protect his wife from the conflict, and the nursing notes should not reflect anything different. daughter had severe encephalopathy and was in coma at the peak. lawyer was engaged. Mother interfered with therapy and all decisions revolving around daughter at critical times. My son did not ask for , contribute to, or create...

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Can an estate's funds be loaned to a beneficiary?

A:  George W wrote:>> Can an estate''s funds be loaned to a beneficiary? A widowed mother has inherited all her deceased husband''s estate with all probate being complete. She leaves all her estate to her two children, son and daughter. The son is assigned to be the executor and the daughter is executor if the son can''t be. The brother and sister are very close. There''s no conflict over the terms of the will - a simple 50-50 split. The son has already been approved by local probate court as the executor. There are only taxes to pay and some minor expenses. The mother kept meticulous records and set everything up to be as simple as possible for the son and daughter. She also used a good...

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Income Continuation Payments-taxable?

A:  It appears that those benefits are not taxable. See: http://www.michiganaut... But I also suggest you verify that with a local tax pro.       It is important to know the details of the policy to make the determination whether it is taxable or not. The exact description of the coverage and who paid for the premiums (employer, your daughter-in-law, or someone else) matter for determining whether the benefits are taxable. Note that if there is interest paid as part of these payments, that interest may be taxable even if the insurance payments themselves are not. He should consider consulting a tax professional (tax attorney, CPA, or enrolled agent) for advice on this. Generally if she/husband paid for coverage its...

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emotional abuse my spouse

A:  If they are married then she may have a legal right to go in the trailer. Hubby does not have a right to with hold her stuff and may not be able to put items out of what could be considered "Family Home". Hubby appears to be no saint as well - possibly getting ready to head to jail for who know how long. I feel sorry for the children. It sounds like the son is the abuser and needs to spend time with some big strong men that will show him what beating a female will get you. I think you may have been mistaken.  It seems "the boyfriend" of the daughter-in-law is the abuser. *she took off for several days to NJ to be with a drug addict old boyfriend - he is on parole in NJ and a warrant is...

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Death of child, grandchild visitation

A:  Hi, I am very sorry for your loss. This must be a difficult time for everyone. It has not been that long since your son died and I'm sure a lot of the reactions you write about are the result of dealing with this loss. On one hand, you are probably entitled to have a relationship with your grandson, but on the other hand it feels as if "court action" to affirm these rights would only further antagonize your former daughter-in-law. My suggestion would be to simply try and work it out between you. Instead of calling and asking for a generic amount of time with your grandson, why not pick specific events you think he might like. Maybe your state fair, a good movie, out to dinner, some other kind of event...

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can texas grandmother seek custody of grandchildren?--Q

A:  Originally Posted by MOORE75482 my daughter n law tested pos for drugs when giving birth to her child. cps came to the hospital and placed the baby in voluntary foster care. i was contacted and asked if i wanted the child, and agreed. the daughter n law voluntarily signed the child to me. she was court mandated to do a 6 mth rehab. she has not been there one month, and the rehab center took a group to a department store to buy toiletries. she made a choice to shoplift, was caught, arrested and thrown out of the rehab center. my question is, will the court/cps allow her to go to another rehabilitation center and continue to give her chances or importantly will the child be able to be...