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  1. This is not the proper forum. Please try elsewhere.
  2. If you cannot find a landlord that will rent to you, then you cannot live alone, If living alone is a requirement to be emancipated and you cannot live alone, then you cannot be emancipated. Neither is a right. Both are privileges. It really is that simple.
  3. One thing I can tell you is that if you received a pay out of five weeks vacation, you received five weeks more than either Federal or Georgia law requires. You will have to take your print out and any associated documents to a Georgia attorney who will be able to tell you if first, the agreement for six weeks is enforceable and if it is, whether or not you have waited too long to enforce it. Georgia is not known for being employee-friendly.
  4. At the age of 19, with the exception I already mentioned above, the mother has exactly as much influence or control as the OP chooses to give her. The mother has no control legally. If the OP chooses to follow what Mom says, that's on the OP.
  5. I do not want my mother to have any type of jurisdiction over me. She doesn't - with one exception, and that exception has to do with financial aid. Legal emancipation, even if you could get it which you can't, won't help you with that. If you don't want to have to provide her financial information, you'll need to either wait till you're 24 or work it out with the Financial Aid office of your school. In ALL other respects, you are already emancipated and the law isn't going to do anything more about it.
  6. You do realize that with an eviction on your record, you are making it harder than you need it to be when it comes to finding other housing, right?
  7. If the check is mailed/postmarked within 24 hours that is counted as being on time whether the employee has received it within 24 hours or not.
  8. There's nothing illegal about it and it's not even all that uncommon.
  9. Probably. You don't seem to realize that this is not a big deal to anyone but you.
  10. 10 seconds on Google: http://lasp.org/ http://www.delcobar.org/?page=legalaid https://www.justia.com/lawyers/family-law/pennsylvania/delaware-county/legal-aid-and-pro-bono-services
  11. I will also tell you that when it comes to ERISA violations, on a scale of "Thank you for telling us, we'll have an investigator there first thing in the morning" to "Yawn...so whadda you want us to do about it?", a payment in over 90 days rates somewhere around, "Yeah, okay, we'll have a look when we get around to it - I don't know when - maybe next month sometime". It's nothing if not a low priority.
  12. Nevertheless, it is.