2015年01月

Question

Salaried Nonexempt Clerical Employee


employee is a salaried nonexempt clerical employee and is on a timeclock. the individual works a 37 1/2 hr per week with a 30 mintue lunchbreak. Employee has been consistently late/tardy for a few months. 15 minutes to 1/2 hour. Can my employer dock me for this time?



Answer

Re: Salaried Nonexempt Clerical Employee


Of course.





Question

How can I get custody of my children


I believe my children are just being kept for the child support money, and they are being mentally abuse,and stolen from things that I buy them from their father and step mother, what can I do to help or get custody of them? can anyone please help me?



Answer

Re: How can I get custody of my children


If you truly believe this is the case. You should file a motion to modify custody. You should also hire an attorney who deals in custody matters. This is not an easy case to do and it can be expensive. If you have further questions, you can email me at [email protected]
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Question

I live across from a church that plays extremely loud recorded music and bells through speakers on the church roof. I along with some neighbors have asked the minister to turn the volume down and he refuses.We have a noise ordinance that the town council and mayor allows him to violate.The complaining neighbors and myself were here way before the bells.I would like to know if there is anything I can do legally to get them at least turned down. I do not want to sue for money We just want peace and quiet back.



Answer

If you can't get the police to act, your other remedy is to get a lawyer and sue.





Question

Arizona - I got a promotion at work that will require me to move 4 hours from my sons father. He is requesting that I take full responsibility for all cost and travel time for his visitation, although it is no more than he is doing now with the new agreement. Can he do this?



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Arizona laws indicated that the parties should split this responsibility. It sounds like you need help. Call our office if you would like to discuss this in person. Stephanie Coulter @ 602 462 1004 can make arrangements for us to discuss this.



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If your move is being made in good faith, I would expect a Court to allocate travel expenses either equally or in proportion to your incomes.



We can certainly help you consider and then pursue your options for dealing with this issue.



One of our attorneys can explain the issues and procedures better in person. As you can imagine, there is too much to cover via email. We offer free 1/2 hour consultations, in which we can discuss your matter in detail.



Please call us directly to discuss the specifics of your matter, or contact my assistant Alicia or my paralegal Jennifer to schedule your free 1/2 hour consultation.



/s/Rich J. Peters


Attorney at Law


1422 N. 2nd Street Suite 100


Phoenix, Arizona 85004


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