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Singled out at work--Q

A:  Originally Posted by Nik55b I am a teacher in a Catholic school. I have spoken out about a few things that have concerned myself and others. In retaliation I have been singled out and am wondering if this could be labeled as harrassment. I was served a "new policy" regarding the purchase of school items. It was stated that receipts would be turned into the business office in a "timely fashion" or the money would be taken out of my paycheck. The cover letter for this document stated that the new policy would go into effect immediately. After inquiring with other staff members as to whether or not they had received the "new policy" I found out that I was the only person who was given this letter. They have already taken funds out of my paycheck without my...

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security deposit--Q

A:  any one help Attached please review the steps needed to terminate a month to month tenancy in Ohio. This typically requires a written notice for such: http://www.ohiolandlordtenant.com/faq20.html Although you indicate the unit was rerented quickly, do you know when the lease for this new tenant actually started? Gail Originally Posted by scott.skeen well i have been in a rental home for almost 2 years. the lease expired after one year and we have been doing month to month ever since. our lease doesn''t say anything about a 30 day notice before moving. the landlord had been a great guy and never gave us any problems until now. my wife and i called him on different occasions to inform him we will be moving. we called him and have the phone records to prove the phone call...

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Have I even done anything wrong? I thought I was the victim!

A:  1. If I am the only signature on the accounts from day one, does he have a right to accuse me (he wasn''t even a shareholder technically and he is definitely not listed as an officer on filings, etc), If you are entitled to be paid and have a power of attorney giving you the right to write checks, and the Manager has not otherwise instructed you, I can't see how you can be held liable unless you have diverted funds that were allocated or designated for some other purpose. 2. And, since he is hammering me for the bank records – presumably to try and get me screwed – yet he doesn''t pay me and he''s technically not listed on the accounts, do I have the right to simply close the accounts? This would depend upon the lawful provisions of the Operating...

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Can I sue for slander? Falsely accused of child abuse!

A:  Q: My question is this; Do I have solid case to sue my ex-husband and his mother for slander/libel or defamation of character? A: Take three years (if it''s quick) and $3 K (if it''s cheap) and find out....

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Trust accounting & hidden outstanding loans

A:  Laymans take: I hope you have a good litigator for an attorney on your side. I would suggest that the executor or administrator of the estate (not the trust as such)  has an affirmative duty to seek to collect debts owed to dededants estate.  And I's sure as heck conside giving executor clear written notice of said debts due. Now the conflict of interest of executor to collect for estate out of executors own pocket is pretty obvious and onewould hope that one cannot hold both seats.  . Sorry for gap--the ability to collect old loans with limited docuementation  is limited!  Probably depends a lot on how strongly your attorney can rattle the executor to compromise and grant a portion in the accounting....   Now if in meantime all remaining records go...

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Property Settlement in CA

A:  "My husband and I paid half of the mortage to my father in law each month and we claimed the entire house and property taxes on our 2002 and 2003 joint tax return." "In our orignally filling for divorce my husband granted me half of his half." Not sure what you mean here, given your next sentence. "Do I have the right to a 1/4 of the proceeds of the house?" I couldn't speculate on the exact amount of money given your father-in-law's investment, but certainly you have a community interest in your half of the house. You don't need case law. You haven't explained where you are in the divorce process and why this hasn't...

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Texas Small Claims Response proceedure

A:  I can't give you legal advice. But what I discuss below is the same as what's available on the internet when you google texax small claims court. My source is generally Denton County which seems to have most of the online information but I'm guessing that it's common to all Texas small claims courts and you can probably verify it all on your own court's website. Here's the link to Denton County: http://dentoncounty.com/dept/main.asp?Dept=38&Link=629 "1) The plantiff filed a personal suit againist me personally for $1300 , How or Can I file respond that he is suing the entity?" The small claims complaint doesn't have a space for Defendant's Answer and Denton doesn't provide one. I did, however, find a pre-printed Defendant's Answer form...

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false felony conviction

A:  "Do I have good cause to seek relief in a civil lawsuit?" No. "How much money can I expect to win?" Zero. Lot's of reasons. Not the least of which is that the authorities probably have immunity. And second, you should have paid more attention to it when you were convicted instead of not caring whether it was a felony or misdemeanor. And you could have resolved the issue the first time you were told you were a convicted felon. Feel free to consult an attorney but I don't see you having anywhere to go with this. "The original charge was for felony, I didn't remember it was reduced to misdameanor as part of the plea deal.)" That is your basic problem right there. You knew or should have known what your conviction was....

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Tough Parental Termination Question..

A:  When your parents rights were terminated, however it happened, you, and your entire family, including grandparents, aunts, uncles, etc. became legal strangers to him. You have no rights. When he turns 18, you can look for him or wait until he decides whether he wants to find you. While you do not have any rights, if he is still placed through the dependency or delinquency courts, you may try to contact his social worker and inquire about making contact with him. The fact that he has become a legal orphan ( no parents, no family) is usually not a positive thing or in his best interests. No. You are a legal stranger to him. "When I was about 14 my parents decided to sign their parental rights away for my little brother, then 12." You might...

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Needles at school

A:  because of your daughter's situation. "but these are my daughters supplies." They are also dangerous items. "why not tell kids if they see needles (by the way they were new lancets) to not pick them up and leave them alone because they could hurt you instead of punishing the kid with the illness. " Because kids don't listen. "The other problem is that the school will not train personell in an inservice of what to do if my daughter would pass out due to this illness. They will not force teachers to know how to do first aid or administer her glucagon kit. " There's a school nurse on-site. The teachers are NOT medical personnel. "Do I have any rights to require them to train their employees and allow her to have her supplies with her at all times...