May 2017 home was supposed to be sold. Son wants to buy it. Ex wife has hoarded the home. Currently in the process of getting her and her hoard out. Ex wife has not resided in the home for 2 weeks and is harassing the son and girlfriend. Friends of the Ex are either walking into the house or trying... Read more »
Are you looking to collect actual plates? You may want to check with various police departments. My understanding is that most local police have municipal plates - same plates as any other city vehicle, with an "x" in the middle. Not sure how much of a collector's item that would be.
My husband only really owned (other than personal effects) a non running car and his half of the manufactured home. He owed 2 loans when he passed one for 1000 and one for 4000. He lived in St. Clair County Michigan with no will. Will I have to sell the home or his half to settle his debts? The... Read more »
We travel back and forth in the winter to ski. For over a year now my ex and I have changed up our parenting time schedule. He is now saying he wants his normal weekends. For that to happen I told him there’s two options we switch weekends or he has the child while we travel. He refused and said... Read more »
I am a collector of police memorabilia I collect badges license plates patches anything that has to do with police there are a lot of collectors out there and that's what we pretty much do and then we sell or we trade etc
Unfortunately I wasn't paid at all. My friend who got the job for me, through the construction company. During the whole processes of the job I had mainly had to go to him for questions and did get the first half down. Well the first half was $4700 and I only got 4000 thousand cash in a... Read more »
I was looking for options I can have to change my minor. But during the advising meeting I was denied to ask questions and they said they do not care what I choose. I was denied to ask any further questions on the topic and was insulting experience for not knowing what to do even as an... Read more »
What is your question? It sounds like your best course of action would be to address this issue with your university. Perhaps to the head academic advisor or to a dean of students. Many universities also have departments and deans specific to international students.
You can't create a DPOA for someone who is now incapacitated. These documents require capacity (e.g. knowing what you are doing and signing). Once incapacitated, you'll need to look into a guardianship.
My understanding is that process servers can charge more than the prescribed fees under MCL 600.2559 if there is a written agreement beforehand. What I don't understand is the statements concerning taxes and recovery of fees. "...a person entitled to tax costs shall not attempt to tax and... Read more »
It means that if a party is entitled to "tax cost" - fancy way of saying a person is legally entitled to collect their costs from the other party - that person can only recover the amounts listed in that statute and not more even if they paid more for service of process.
If you don't already have a court case, you need to file a complaint for custody and parenting time with the court. If you do already have a court case with the mother, then you need to file a motion for specific parenting time and possibly custody.
Your question is a little confusing. Are you saying there was a support order in place that ended, but you were married the whole time? A subsequent divorce would not entitle you to recover child support that was ordered and paid.
Typically, the burden is on you to show the friend of the court you are incarcerated so that payments may be suspended. You now likely have arreages. Best thing you can do is contact the friend of the court and work from there. Don't wait until they start taking enforcement action such as a...Read more »
Typically, there will be an agreement for your social security payment to satisfy your child support obligation. But otherwise, yes, social security can make the determination that if your ex has sole legal custody of the child, she would be entitled to that payment.
I bought a home in May of 2018. At the time of inspection, damages to the ceiling and other concerns were labeled as cosmetic damage only. Only after we purchased did we learn from a neighbor that the home was a rental house for 30 years. It was not disclosed before hand. Now, since that time we... Read more »
Possibly, if you have more facts than what is disclosed here. The fact that it was a rental for 30 years isn't enough. Nor is the bathtub not being on proper supports. You'll need to show that the former owner knew or should have known of very specific issues.
What is your question? If you are aware of a PPO or have been served with one, you should act to respond appropriately to the allegations. If it's from out of state, you will likely need to hire an attorney in that state.
I produced a film in Michigan in 2018 and now someone is attempting to make a documentary about the event without my permission. Do I have the legal protection to ask them to cease and desist? They are a resident of Ohio and are attempting to interview not only myself, but members of the cast and... Read more »
You would be wise to speak with an intellectual property attorney. If you are a producer of a commercial film, you may be considered a public figure, which affords you less privacy interest. Even if you are not a public figure, if the documentary is based on truth, I'm not sure what recourse...Read more »
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