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I am a licensed med tech in state of FL. This year, there

I am a licensed med tech in state of FL. This year, there were questions like ; have you or are you forced to enter rehab for alcohol/drug abuse?; this and others seem hippa protected health info. I called the Board and basically told me to call a lawyer. Other Q's like mental health, relapse, and criminal history were asked. This was for my license renewal which is required for my job; is this legal?

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Alex J. Esq.

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Father is 78 yrs old. had stroke in February 2012. oldest

father is 78 yrs old. had stroke in February 2012. oldest son was there to set up in home care for father. was told he had legal guardianship over father. in november 2014 father stated that his money was depleting didn't know why. took father to bank got 2 yrs of bank statements. father was scared to confront oldest son. the amount at that time was approx. 40,000.00.his son had set up banking transfers from fathers account to go straight into his account. was again told in October of 2015 his son had power of attorney over his father. December 1 st 2015 his son passed away. since then his niece has been auditing and balancing his checking account (mainly for tax reason). it shows that over the 4 yr span his son got approx. 125,000.00 from the account.Have also since found out it was just smoke being blown regarding the power of attorney. contacted bank regarding the transactions. They said file police reports get them a death certificate and they will look into it.My father states that he never gave anyone permission to set up and take money out of his account accept to pay his bills. ie utilities groceries and medications. The bank says they will not be responsible for any fraudulent charges because of the time that has lapsed plus they say they have records of speaking with him. id this true or an we hold the bank responsible?my younger brother and I now are trying to figure out how to financially assist my dad with all the funds missing.

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I had a client in 2014. He is stating that we had a

I had a client in 2014. He is stating that we had a sexual relationship and sessions were social, instead of therapy. He is stating No treatment plan was ever done. Therapy sessions were sessions and I have notes and a treatment plan which I do on the first and second meeting. At this time I was also the manager of the homeless shelter and in which he lived. He got kick out of the shelter for his behavior, moved downstate where he tried to kill himself . Now I have a letter of intent on being sued for having a sexual relationship. There is no proof that sexual intercourse happened because it didn't. I'm not even sure how a lawyer would pick up the case. They also say I texted and called with "sexual ineundos" I do text clients when they have a question or an when an appointment needs to be changed and I did talk to him on the phone several times because he was suicidal and had explosive moods at times with people. He would call or text when he had emotions he couldn't deal with, usually anger with other people or depression. Other than that I am unaware of any other contact. I did talk to his mother for treatment planning on a regular basis. He had signed a release of information: My question is what to do next. I have a letter of intent to sue for things that aren't true. What's my responsibility. I feel he is angry with me and trying to take advantage and manipulate. He is homeless and his mother, I assume is pursuing this, he is a drug abuser and has attempted sucicide several times in the past. I believe they are saying that this relationship was harmful to his health.

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Is this a private conversation? I have a one-time underage

Hi, is this a private conversation?JA: Thanks. Can you give me any more details about your issue?Customer: I have a one-time underage drinking record on school's Student Judicial Affairs and Department of Public Safety (DPS)'s system. It happened in dorm on campus. My friend called the DPS because they felt I was blackout, and then I was sent to hospital. Later I was required to wrote an reflective paper and retook and alcohol education course, and my case was closed. As I contacted my school's Judicial Affair, they told me my record of "intoxication minor transported to hospital" would be expunged in February 2017 (and they will report no record if anyone ask for disciplinary checks), but my record of "overdose alcohol" on DPS will last forever. Since I am applying for jobs and law school this fall, will this appear on my background check? Should I disclose this to the companies and law schools that I apply? Also, will this affect my future bar examination? This case was 6 years ago.JA: OK got it. Last thing — Criminal Lawyers generally expect a deposit of about $18 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.

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I have a friend who has a daughter dating an older man. Shes

I have a friend who has a daughter dating an older man. Shes 15, hes 20. Can he file a restraining order or a no contact order? Does he need to prove that they are having sex b4 filing? JA: The law can be really complicated! The Lawyer will know what to do. Have you consulted a lawyer yet? Customer: no JA: Please tell me everything you can about this issue so the Lawyer can help you best. Is there anything else the Lawyer should be aware of? Customer: She is a troubled teen. They have threatened to take her away from the parents because she doesnt go to school. She has a history of drug abuse and rape. He believes they are sexually active but can not prove it. 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. I'll let you know when it is your turn.

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My doctor called and said my prescription was ready I was

My doctor called and said my prescription was ready I was out taking care of errands and they told me I had to take a drug test.I said I didn't have to go and would return after running more errands and take the drug test they said no if I left no prescription. I had things to do already planned and now I can't get my script. Is this legal

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Phillips Esq.

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How can an adult age 48 be held in a mental facility drug

How long can an adult age 48 be held in a mental facility for prescription drug abuse be held in state of Georgia?

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LawTalk

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My divorced sister, convinced by her boyfriend of 2 years uprooted

My divorced sister, convinced by her boyfriend of 2 years uprooted her life in LA and moved to Central Coast with two kids leaving everything behind, including her small business. Now not even a year later he's asking her to leave, telling her she's not his responsibility but her ex's. She has no job, car nor housing. Her name is ***** ***** the house mortgage. Does she have any recourse at all?

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Sam

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I live in a small town. Someone started a rumor that I am

I live in a small town. Someone started a rumor that I am a drug addict. It has invaded all aspects of my life and isn't true. Now, it is really becoming difficult for me. I had a toothache and went to the dentist. The dentist asked me about pain medication and I said that I would not be needing it. The comment was. "Oh, yes, due to your substance abuse problem" I do not - nor have I ever had a substance abuse issue.Now, I help my elderly mother-in-law with assisting her to live in her home when she cannot do most things for herself. She is having difficulty with lingering nerve pain following shingles. I have had her to the doctor several times over this issue. Yesterday, following our visit to the doctor, I received a phone call asking me if I was actually giving her the pain meds she has been prescribed. I am beside myself and do not know how to proceed on this. I would never take the pain meds even if prescribed to me. In fact, I refuse pain medication for chronic pain for that very issue. I want there to be no validity to the rumor. So, now, how to fight back at doctors who should know better insinuating that I am stealing pain meds from an elderly person? This has got to stop somewhere.

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