Who monthly had tantrums of rage, cussed you & his wife who works there part time, said you were stupid, yelled so loud the next office heard, blamed you for whatever went wrong? The first year was fine, the second year the above incidents have occured, they seem to be getting more intense. He takes some kind of psych meds. Yesterday it was worse, he even kicked the student's desk in the front office. The student needs the job. Final exams begin in June, followed by his graduation.
And what degree, or any other educational requirements, do you need for each job?
And what do they do?
If this helps, or changes some things, i live in Canada, and i won't be going to university for like 4 or 5 years.
I notice during NJ Probate court proceedings the attorney that I filed a complaint against did not swear in, is there an exception for attorneys ?
You go to an attorney to write up your will, then what? What are the steps involved in writing, filing and executing a will?
I have a 2 year degree in paralegal studies. What are some good steps to take in order to specialize in Real Estate or Probate Law?
How are their jobs different from that of a solicitor?
My wife's father died, do we need to remove his name?
Is this a job for the Quitclaim deed? If so is the grantor the deceased? Can you just take a quitclaim deed in with a death certificate?
I need an attorney but I have been unemployed for 18 months now since my job went overseas to India. So I have very little to spend and good attorneys want minimum $10,000 retainer. Instead of paying hourly what other fee arrangement can I make. If I win, my share of the estate would be about triple the estimated total legal fees. So can this type of case be done on 30?ontingency basis? Any other ways I could go with this? Thanks for your help.
I'm thinking about law school after I finish my masters. I have heard of different jobs that require a law degree but aren't about litigation and court battles. Does anyone know what some of these careers are? Are there any web resources that might be able to shed some light on careers like this?
My friend's mom died and she still owes money on the house they lived in. My friend doesn't have a job because she quit to help her mom. She has money to pay the monthly mortgage payments (she's eventually going to sell the house) but her lawyer told her not tell the bank her mom has passed because they can ask for the whole loan to be due. She doesn't want to pay for the house out right because she's eventually going to sell it. Has anyone heard of this happening? Anyone have any thoughts on what she should do?
And are there any receptionist/desk jobs? Please list as many careers in this field that you know of and that are HIGHLY beneficial!
I'm thinking, well planning on moving out with my friend either this summer or when I turn 17..We've already scouted some places and are almost ready to rent. I have a job that can pay for all my needs. My friend will be 19 this June. I'm currently living with my mom, but could I get permission from my dad? Could my dad overrule my mom?
And My dad happens to be a police officer, was a peace officer, and is currently working for the constable..
I am an executor of an Estate. The job seems daunting. Can anyone who has done that jobs have any tips oer advise to me?
My brother is executor of her will he has not contacted any beneficiary of whats happening with the shares belonging to them by my moms will.every time i call the probate court they tell me he has not filed her will with them .Supposedly he by florida state law was suppose to file the will 10 days after the deseased death. what can i do about this?
Looking into possibly studying criminology in college, i want a low risk, well-paying job. Possibly forensic psychologist? help! thanks
low risk as in i dont want to have to be carrying a gun and die on the job. not everyone wants to risk their lives on a daily basis.
I have the court order for ex to pay child support to file. How do I find a good attorney? Does all deceased persons in Oklahoma have to have an estate or probate even if they don't have much? Is there a way to find out if he had life insurance as he claimed he did? Thanks.
The deceased persons vehicle was willed to his brother. The laywer is no where to be found. Person died 3 years ago. Vehicle still sitting on my property. Have no way to contact any family. Do not know what to do.
My parents are the executors of my Grandmother's Will and they are greedy/not trustworthy, sadly. Who is entitled to see the Will?
I have a child from a previous marriage and my husband has two. We also have four children together. How do we ensure that the 4 younger children are taken care of financially in the event of the death or one or both of us? The older children are 20 and 16. Will the life insurance and estate be split equally amongst the seven children or will more go to the younger ones because we have already put the 20 year old through college?
BTW: His 16 year old still lives with his mother and step father. The 20 year old is out on his own and my 16 year old lives with us.
Explain the difference between summary & informal probate proceedings. Thank you.