The case is complex; but he did some terrible things prior to filing for divorce which made it impossible for me to hire an attorney; very very long story short -I had a mental breakdown after being served and spent some time at Pine Rest completely unable to participate! He got a default judgment.... Read more »
It's possible, but you have a steep hill to climb, and should absolutely engage an attorney. Your first obstacle would be to set aside the default judgment. Specific rules and criteria apply, as judgments are meant to be final. Not only would you need to convince the court that you had an...Read more »
The second question doesn't mention anything about money. If the person saying this does not intend to have a second date and wants to fool the guy for only giving them money for a dinner date for $50 then ghosting them. Is this illegal?
Possibly. The term "prostitution" is not defined in Michigan law, which means the ordinary meaning of the word applies. Right or wrong, prostitution is ordinarily defined as an act a female may engage in. Your question suggests it's the female setting the terms; she could be engaging...Read more »
Your daughter can petition the court to terminate the guardianship. Will she be successful? Hard to say without knowing more. When it comes to children, courts favor stability. The court granted a guardianship for a reason; your daughter would need to show the court some marked improvement in her...Read more »
The property may have a prohibition on signs. And unless there is some other general restriction on smoking outdoors, I don't see how the manager can enforce anything. The employees certainly shouldn't be throwing their butts in your yard however; the manager can and should do something about that.
He is battling mental health issues and knows the only way to hurt me is to take my son. I am worried for him to be alone with my son. He does not help financially at all and uses it to threaten me to give him my son if I need help.
I work for [Company] Investment Fund III, LLC (Michigan). When I was on boarded for my job, I signed a NDA/Non-Compete agreement that applies to a different [Company] Investment Fund, I LLC (Pennsylvania) but under the same parent company. It states that I cannot work for a competitor in the... Read more »
Best advice would be to run the documents you have by a local employment attorney. But courts often don't favor non-compete clauses, especially when you are not actively taking business or clients away. And I think a lot is to be said that if a dispute arose, the court may be inclined to apply...Read more »
Or wanted and I deeded back to them immediately with life estate deeded &recorded. Now in 2018 my bank claims they put a $945,000 future advance mortgage on their home thru me without their signature or consent. The attorney I had did not name my daughter as remainderman listed no one except me... Read more »
Unlikely. Someone had to have legal authority to settle the claim on your mother's behalf, and when that happened, that almost assuredly extinguished any other claims she could have raised. You *might* have your own claims you could raise, but that's going to be fact-dependent. What you...Read more »
My boyfriend and the mother of his child were never married and have always worked out visitation between themselves and he gives her money as he can. Lately she has been denying visitation and not allowing his daughter around our other children. We want to file and get a set legal visitation... Read more »
Your boyfriend should really talk with a family law attorney beforehand. An unstated issue in all this will be whether any birth expenses were paid by the state. If so, that could generate a significant amount owed. Otherwise, your boyfriend's first cause of action would be to establish...Read more »
Your question is heavily fact-dependent. How and what was the police officer searching? What was the basis for a wellness check? Regardless, cops don't need to ignore things then in the open. For example, there would be no impermissible search required for the police to arrest someone when...Read more »
Your question asks if the police may search your car, but your explanation doesn't involve a search. Yes, the police may request you to exit the vehicle during a traffic stop. Does it always happen? No. But they certainly may demand that you do. Can they search your car is a different matter....Read more »
No. But have you tried filing for a debtor's exam with the court? If debtor doesn't show up, you can ask the court for a bench warrant. If they do show up, they must produce information regarding their assets under oath.
He has cut off a tether, broken a PPO order, multiple assaults , and always either gets probation or 30 days in jail, whats it gonna take to put this guy away for a while. Now he attacked a mentality handicapped guy and broke the mans arm, this is the same guy who had the PPO against him. Why is he... Read more »
If this person continues this behavior, hard times are coming. Judges must take a number of factors into consideration with sentencing, including the type of crime charged - misdemeanor or felony - and what the legislature tells them is the maximum possible penalty. Judges must follow the law; they...Read more »
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