1. If you have information/evidence that a person was wrongfully convicted, then contact the police department and the defendant's defense attorney. The defense attorney's contact information can be found in the court records (call the court...View More
My child is 15 months old and the father has never been there at all.. well now that his mother is upset that we moved she is forcing him to fight for visitation rights... now that I have moved 250 miles away can he legally force me to move back closer to him? Or since he hasn't been part of... View More
It depends on what the Judgment or Order regarding custody/parenting time states. If it is silent regarding "right of first refusal," then it would depend on the frequency, duration and reason that the grandparents are having to care for the child. Also, the amount of time that you have...View More
From the date the action was commenced, which is July. However, depending on the Court's docket, it could be longer. Also, depending on the Judge/Court, a portion of this time could be waived if agreed to by both parties and the Judge finds there is compelling reason to do...View More
I am the representative of my brothers estate. I have to file an inventory list of his personal and real property. His house is under water by about 35,000.00. His mortgage is 95182.89.00 and it the SEV is 30800. I know the instructions state that on or after March 28, 2013 the lien amount will be... View More
Unfortunately, there is not enough information to conclude either way. Michigan is a no fault state, so a divorce can be sought and achieved regardless of fault. However, fault is a factor is the division of property...BUT it is just one factor, and it depends upon the totality of all the factors...View More
I file my papers in July which he came with me and accepted them the same day. He never file a response and I need to file a Default against him. I schedule my Entry for divorce. What papers do I need with me when I file the motion for Default?
You might have passed the deadline to request Default. I would suggest that you go to the Court, and find out if the case has been dismissed for inactivity. If it has, then ask the procedure to reinstate. If it has not, then ask if the Court has the forms to proceed with a Default.
I moved from Texas to michigan one year ago I filed for a divorce after I established legal resisdency, I did it improperly and I have to start over. My husband says he filed a for divorce in Texas. I was served with a petition but no hearing date, i was told not to respond to the petition because... View More
You need to contact an attorney in Texas. The advice that you received regarding responding to the Texas paperwork could only work if you filed here in Michigan as well. Then the states would have to determine who has jurisdiction. However, since you resided in Texas, and he filed first, then it...View More
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