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I found out the program director has told others on the job
I found out the program director has told others on the job my daughter has MS. Also the program director told me someone else in the company has MS. I have have deem conservator and legal guardian of my daughter. Where I work is not a medical facility so would I have a case under confidentiality being breached? Thanks. SJ. Oh one more thing, I live in Alaska.*************
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A customer came to me and wanted me to explain my business
A customer came to me and wanted me to explain my business to him adter I did he wanted to take my ideas and name to start his own shop. Promising me gainful employment as store manager and a % for my knowlage . We sgreed on a salary and % now a month in we have the store ive been there every day he has paid me, but now he want me to sign a contract basicly saying he can fire me at any time and i get nothing.JA: The Lawyer will need to help you with this. Have you consulted a lawyer yet?Customer: No I was going to look into that today. Im a former police officer so im not stupid. Now he has given me either 3 days to sign or quit. My name, ideas and knowlage are valuable i refuse to just give them awayJA: Please tell me everything you can about this issue so the Lawyer can help you best. Is there anything else important you think the Lawyer should know?Customer: If you give me an email addy ill send you 1st contract, my amended contract, and mow the last. Other than the fact he has lots of money and i dont . He came to me. Asked me to send him business plan. He offered gainful employment and a % of the shops. Ive done everything down to the business cards. Now he pulls this. The store in question is projected to do 100k first yr.JA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.
What can be done about a trustee who refuses to discuss
What can be done about a trustee who refuses to discuss matters of parent's estate, i.e, expenditures, ? the trustee cut all contact with beneficiaries and we know there is fraudulent activity. Our attorney we hired stated that our compeling of accounting is all we can do and to forget trying to prove this activity.
Chelle. Issue is regarding inheritance trust and rights of
Chelle Bell. Issue is regarding inheritance trust and rights of beneficiaries.JA: Thanks. Can you give me any more details about your issue?Customer: My father in law passed away in July 2014. My husband, his brother, and mother are beneficiaries. Brother is executor? Trustee. He was distributing funds from the trust to my husband quarterly and then stopped. How do we protect my husband's inheritance?JA: OK got it. Last thing — Lawyers generally expect a deposit of about $36 to help with your type of question (you only pay if satisfied). Now I'm going to take you to a page to place a secure deposit with JustAnswer. Don't worry, this chat is saved. After that, we will finish helping you.
I received an answer last month regarding my Mom's
I received an answer last month regarding my Mom's trust....all of her assets are in the trust but I have a sister who was eliminate by my Mom....we supplied her laywer with the original trust and the amendments made.....she is still bothering us .....this is not a huge amount.....but my Mother made her decision based on verbal abuse by my sister....My Mom died in August at age 90.....I would like this to end.....
THIS DIRECTED TO SOMEONE FAMILIAR WITH KANSAS LAW I am in
THIS DIRECTED TO SOMEONE FAMILIAR WITH KANSAS LAWI am in the midst of a medical malpractice case in kS. State laws pretty well protect hospitals, but the hospital where I was injured is negligent in many ways and I am trying to find a cause of action against them. I've already involved two medical professionals, alleging medical malpractice, negligence and negligent supervision, but in KS there is no vicarious liability available against a health care facility, no respondeat superior.My complaints against this hospital are several. Statutorily mandated risk management program is not in place, record keeping is atrocious (plus, and likely because the record keeping is so atrocious, they have refused to release my own records to me!). Their failure to maintain risk management program might reasonably be seen as contributing directly to my injuries, but it wouldn't matter since they are also immune from actions for direct negligence, whatever Bair v Peck might say to the contrary.Any ideas?
Calif trust law I had an atty who helped me in the past and
Calif trust lawI had an atty who helped me in the past and he was good but I lost his name.I am the beneficiary of a friends estate. There is a professional trusteeand she has already filed Letters of administration with the L.A. courts and filedtwo accountings which were fine. But now she has not issued an accounting for 2 yearsand I want her to , more then the accounting ,to file a new "Acts of the trustee " which shehas not done in 2 years though I wrote her , telling me and the court about the outcomeof a trust lawsuit against a third party and the results .I do NOT want to try to have her removed.I just want that report from her . I know a judge will order her togive it to me if I can get in front of one.How do I get in front of the court. Must I sue her in a tort lawsuit ,or can I just filea motion or order to show cause in the L.A. court to get a hearing. Is thatL.A. probate court??? I go to , or L.A. Superior court ??? or are they boththe sameand must I sue or can I just file an O.S.C or a motion to getin front of a judgeto "Compel her" to file a report on the results of the lawsuit thetrust filedagainst a third party. Must I have a 60 day period betweenthe date of my filing andand the date she is required to answer my papers for the first time. ????
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I recently sold a vehicle to a friend of mine. He lacked theView more legal questions
I recently sold a vehicle to a friend of mine. He lacked the money for the full price I was asking. As such, I agreed to take a portion of the price up front and finance the rest to him. I wrote up a contract, had it motorized, and we both signed it. After making only a few of the contracted payments, he has relocated out of town and stopped making payments. I don't know where he is currently residing.My question is this: does his action constitute a criminal offense or is it just a civil matter? I have been told by some that it is just a civil matter. A local police officer told me that it constituted a legal "breach of trust" which is a criminal matter. Don't know which is accurate. Any input would be greatly appreciated.