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ExecutorOfAWillFilter

Obligations of an executor of a will: If I'm named the executor of a will, and that will dictates all sorts of needlessly complex things like "form this trust" and "disburse these funds over 27 years", am I stuck with all that work? [more inside]
posted by Merdryn on Feb 2, 2006 - 15 answers

 

Can teachers quit?

A good friend of mine is seeking to resign from her middle school teaching job at the end of this quarter. I have a lot of teacher friends, but the question I have has so far been unanswered. Her contract has no provision for voluntary termination, doesn't mention resignation at all, and goes so far as to say that any breach of contract (the terms of which specify a duration of a full school term) may result in heretofore unspecified damages. This is in Illinois. I know that YANAL (you are not a lawyer), dear reader, but the quandry remains: What happens when a teacher quits mid-year? Are there usually lawsuits involved in such cases? Are teachers really required to stick out an entire school year to avoid getting hauled into court for breach of contract? Any other gotchas?
posted by Merdryn on Oct 1, 2005 - 12 answers

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