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Stephen R. Garcia-Vidal
You have to refer to the contract and negotiate the price.  Do you want to stay if they gave you notice? 
You have to refer to the contract and negotiate the price.  Do you want to stay if they gave you notice? 
Stephen R. Garcia-Vidal
You have to refer to the contract, but Florida law does require it. If you have any questions, then send me an e-mail. Thanks. 
You have to refer to the contract, but Florida law does require it. If you have any questions, then send me an e-mail. Thanks. 
Anthony Van Zwaren
As Mr. Dimon mentioned, there is no way a prosecutor will prosecute this as a criminal case, and even if they did, your statute of limitations would have expired after either one year for a disorderly person level offense or five years if it amounted to a grand larceny type charge. Either way, it... Read More
As Mr. Dimon mentioned, there is no way a prosecutor will prosecute this as a criminal case, and even if they did, your statute of limitations would... Read More

I took $140 from my cash register

Answered a hour ago by attorney Anthony Van Zwaren | 3 Answers

Legal Topics: Criminal Law

Anthony Van Zwaren
It seems unlikely that this would be an indictable offense, but you will likely charged in municipal court. You may also receive a letter for restitution which is often sent out to people charged for shoplifting and other forms of theft. I would consult with a criminal law attorney before making... Read More
It seems unlikely that this would be an indictable offense, but you will likely charged in municipal court. You may also receive a letter for... Read More

get married

Answered a hour ago by attorney Anthony Van Zwaren | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Family Law

Anthony Van Zwaren
I really don't see a question here so it is not really possible to answer. However, if you are asking something pertaining to having your girlfriend remain here, I would suggest consulting with an immigration law attorney not a family law attorney.
I really don't see a question here so it is not really possible to answer. However, if you are asking something pertaining to having your girlfriend... Read More
Kevin P. Rauseo
It depends on why the child is not living with the other parent.  If the child is away it school, then continued child support may be allowed.  If the child is moved out and supporting his/her self then the court may terminate child support.
It depends on why the child is not living with the other parent.  If the child is away it school, then continued child support may be... Read More

how do i get a divorce from my scottish husband?

Answered 2 hours ago by attorney Kevin P. Rauseo | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Divorce

Kevin P. Rauseo
If you have lived in Mass for longer than one year, you may file for divorce in Mass. 
If you have lived in Mass for longer than one year, you may file for divorce in Mass. 
Jan F. Hoen
Do you have a claim for injury or property damage? If so, you would benefit from the assistance of an attorney. The claim would be against the liability coverage of the other driver. If your question is related to a traffic summons, you should consult with a local attorney for advice on how to... Read More
Do you have a claim for injury or property damage? If so, you would benefit from the assistance of an attorney. The claim would be against the... Read More
Thomas A. Jacobson
It's possible that the employer may be required to give you the time off as an accommodation for a disability. However, that depends on a number of factors, such as what your condition is and how many people work for the employer.
It's possible that the employer may be required to give you the time off as an accommodation for a disability. However, that depends on a number of... Read More
Thomas A. Jacobson
Under Minnesota law, whether or not an employee has a right to be paid for accrued but unused vacation time depends on the employer's policies or any agreements between the employer and the employee. So, in order to answer this, we would need to know what those policies say and/or whether there... Read More
Under Minnesota law, whether or not an employee has a right to be paid for accrued but unused vacation time depends on the employer's policies or any... Read More
A. Dawn Hayes
Workers' Compensation coverage is regulated by each State. In Illinois, there is a WC Commision, www.iwcc.il.gov or you can contact an attorney that handles WC claims by going to the lawyer locater at the bottom of the page.
Workers' Compensation coverage is regulated by each State. In Illinois, there is a WC Commision, www.iwcc.il.gov or you can contact an attorney that... Read More
A. Dawn Hayes
Go to Lawyers.com, look under your town and state for SSD attorneys in your area. It should not cost you attorney fees out of pocket to be represented by an attorney. The attorney gets paid only if you are accepted for SSD.
Go to Lawyers.com, look under your town and state for SSD attorneys in your area. It should not cost you attorney fees out of pocket to be... Read More
Michael Doland
You could run into a massive copyright infringement lawsuit by the publishers or copyright owners of the books. The fact that it is a voluntary donation doesn't matter and the fact you spend it just to host the site doesn't matter. 
You could run into a massive copyright infringement lawsuit by the publishers or copyright owners of the books. The fact that it is a voluntary... Read More

What do i do

Answered 4 hours ago by attorney Karen Dove Barr | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Family Law

Karen Dove Barr
The issue of custody is entirely separate from the issue of his illegal tax filing.  You will not be able to charge him with identity theft unless he used your name and social security number. If you worked and paid taxes you may file and claim your daughter.  If both claim her the IRS... Read More
The issue of custody is entirely separate from the issue of his illegal tax filing.  You will not be able to charge him with identity theft... Read More

Passport Question

Answered 4 hours ago by attorney David J. Hutchinson | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Family Law

David J. Hutchinson
You are right to take this to Court. Good Luck.
You are right to take this to Court. Good Luck.
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