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1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law for Michigan on
Q: Does a seller of a home have to disclose that they are an active licensed realtor even if it is listed w/another agent?
Bruce Redman
Bruce Redman answered on Jul 18, 2012

Yes. The Michigan Administrative Code requires a purchaser or seller of property to advise parties that they are licensed as an agent or broker.

1 Answer | Asked in Bankruptcy for Michigan on
Q: Where do I go? Need to restructure/repair my financial situation. Recently divorced,single mom,after 18 yrs-unemployed

Great credit history until divorce. Lost my secure employment. Possible problem areas: Trying to keep my home. Property & income Taxes. Debt - Medical bills & Credit. Caretaker for my mother and 3 yr old son. Need reliable & reasonable legal direction and guidance. PLEASE! I would... Read more »

Bruce Redman
Bruce Redman answered on Jul 17, 2012

You need to contact an attorney who has experience both in foreclosure and bankruptcy law. Your situation is common and may be the perfect case for a bankruptcy. Find an attorney who is willing to sit down and discuss your personal situation, and not a firm that will simply process you through... Read more »

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