Is it alright to name an Ohio sports club with a mascot name from a high school in Illinois? Can we use their colors? We would not use their images and the letting on our jersey design would be different.
The only way to find out if it is "alright," is to contact the trademark owner and obtain permission. Without prior permission, there is a risk that the trademark owner could sue for trademark infringement.
A month to month tenancy can be terminated by either landlord or tenant by giving 30 days' written notice. If a tenant does not leave, then landlord can file an eviction. If a landlord sends notice of a rent increase, and tenant does not agree, then tenant or landlord can give the 30 days...Read more »
Depending on how the deed to the real estate is drafted, it might have to go through probate. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local probate attorney who can review the deed and re-open the probate case to transfer the property if that is necessary.
If the probate court were to appoint a family member as his guardian, that would terminate her POA. The probate court could also determine if he was competent when he made a new will or whether there was coercion, undue influence, or other improper pressure to change the will. Use the Find a...Read more »
If a tenant withholds rent, the landlord can file an eviction. Try to work it out with the landlord to get repairs. If that doesn't work, then after giving written notice to landlord of the problem, you can start paying rent on time each month into escrow with your local court. Check the...Read more »
You'll either have to negotiate a buy-out with her to pay her to sign a deed to convey the house back to you and payoff her loan, or you can file a partition action in court in which the court would determine how much you pay her to buy her out, or the court could order the house sold, and you...Read more »
I am not married, but am considering it in a couple years, I couldnt find the answer online to this and am just curious. who has the advantage, if two people own a home 50/50 and one wants a guest over and one doesnt, who legally has the advantage, and how would this issue go about being resolved... Read more »
The co-owner is not a spouse if the co-owners are not married. Each co-owner can invite whomever they choose as a guest -- or even as a tenant. Without a written and signed joint-ownership agreement for the house, resolving disputes between co-owners can be difficult. If a dispute cannot be...Read more »
Sure, property can be conveyed without a dower release from a spouse. There is no requirement to release dower rights when conveying to a buyer. But a knowledgeable buyer, and the buyer's lender, would require a dower release. A buyer without an attorney might accept a conveyance...Read more »
You would only be required to pay if they sue you, present valid evidence and testimony in court that proves you caused the damage, and get a judgment against you in small claims court. But even if they don't sue, neighbor disputes are difficult to resolve, and can escalate, sometimes...Read more »
Separated from abusive husband 3 years, no contact , he has no permanent address, lives in his van, traveling state to state. I supposedly need him to sign off (he wont divorce me) on ME buying a house for ME.How can i do this? I dont want him to know where i am. When i sold my house 3 yrs ago, he... Read more »
When buying a house, both spouses must sign the mortgage. If there is no mortgage, then other spouse is not needed to buy the house. When selling a house, both spouses must sign the deed to convey to buyer. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local family law attorney to file for divorce,...Read more »
Yes, you can ask for receipts. No, it is not illegal to share them. But it depends on what your contract with the contractor says. The contractor might still refuse to share them. If there is a dispute over payment to the contractor, then use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local construction...Read more »
Possibly, but the home would be considered marital properly, so your spouse could be entitled to some portion of its equity in the division of marital property in a divorce. It depends on whose funds were used to pay for maintenance, insurance, etc. for the home and other factors, and all the...Read more »
In a custody battle, my friend has gotten a new lawyer. Her previous one had been caught lying to her. The judge or court has refused to postpone the case, denying the new lawyer a chance to get caught up.
Yes, the judge can do that. The judge might think it is a stalling tactic, or there might have been prior delays. And the Ohio Supreme Court sets deadlines for resolving divorce cases. The new lawyer can appeal, but might have to proceed with the trial on schedule.
I applied for mortgage assistance in which I could skip some payments and have them rolled to the end of my mortgage. I was approved and skipped about 11 payments. The lender needed my wife and I to sign papers to make it official. My inlaws told my wife to not sign those papers. Despite my... Read more »
The in-laws aren't forcing you to sign, they are offering a choice - you can either sign (and then rent from them or move elsewhere), or allow the foreclosure to proceed and you would be evicted by the new owner or you could try to rent from the new owner. Or the in-laws could purchase it at...Read more »
Your divorce decree might require mediation of any disputes. But if that doesn't work, then you could file with the court asking to have her held in contempt if she does not comply. Talk to your divorce attorney or use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local family law attorney.
My mother keeps my insurance cards from me so I cannot make appointments on my own and denys me dental care appointments as a form of punishment when I have an abscess tooth and a gum disease I believe. I have asked for years to go to a dentist as I've had this abcess for years. (Around 2... Read more »
If the parents are not married, then custody issues are resolved in Juvenile Court. Custody determinations depend on all the specific facts, such as parent' work schedules, housing, finances, etc., and the judge must determine what will be in the best interest of the child in deciding between...Read more »
We do sign the HOA contract, it does allow for service pets, so if I have a mastiff (way over the allowed size) (I am in Ohio btw) and I register it as a service dog or emotional support dog, can the HOA take legal action or demand that I show legal proof of my pets training and certification
The HOA can require confirmation of the status of the animal, and the HOA might be able to have the animal removed if the HOA went to court and the court determines that the size restriction is reasonable, even for a service animal.
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