Yes, you will likely be required to pay a fee by letting your son put a trailer or mobile home on your property. This is because most cities and counties in Indiana have ordinances that require a permit for the placement of a trailer or mobile home on private property.
An Indiana attorney could advise best but your question remains open for a week. Although students sometimes seek guidance on Justia, this appears to be a question based on an actual, real-life setting. It would be a federal trial court case. District courts are the first level trial courts in the...View More
My drummer of less than 2 years claims he owns rights to music that I myself have written. Has he ever altered those tracks himself on his computer or been there when parts were conceived outside of drum parts? No. Did we have sessions where we sat together and worked out electronic drum parts on... View More
If your daughter obtained an eviction order from the court against you the date and time you have to be out should be on the court order. If your daughter has not obtained an eviction order from the court against you and is merely telling you to leave, then when you have to leave is between you and...View More
I'm very sorry for your loss. You could check with an attorney in the Probate or Estate Planning sections, or repost, adding those categories to your question. Hopefully, an attorney in that area might be able to provide guidance here. Good luck
How can I go about getting that taken away from her she has a baby with my nephew while he is in a nursing home and she is using his money. Please can I get some info as I cant afford a lawyer and I need help he is my brother.
If you believe that your brother is incapacitated and being abused, your best chance is to file for guardianship over your brother. However, be aware that in Indiana the presumed first choice of guardian is actually the person's POA, followed by their spouse.
No, it is not illegal for a 15 and 17 year old to be having consensual sex in Indiana. Absent a position of power held by the 17 year old you are covered by Indiana's Romeo and Juliet laws that allows for 14 and 15 year olds to have consensual sex with peers up to 4 years older.
I live in Indiana. My uncle, who also lived in Indiana, died several weeks ago. He was intestate, so there was no specification on who should be the personal representative, and as of right now, no one is officially "in charge" of the estate. My cousin, the deceased uncle's son, is... View More
an it's been 6 moths since we heard anything. There is no eveidens. CPS was involved an they must have cleared me cause i never received anything from them like the told me i would in the mail. I really think this girl was coached of what to say. And this isn't the first time this has... View More
You can't close a police investigation. The best thing to do is get lawyered up, don't talk to anyone, and don't talk to the police about it especially! If they don't think they have enough evidence to charge, it will eventually blow over.
My lawyer didn't submit any of my paper work at all to meet the deadline. He openly admitted that he has lied to us for months now about our case when all along it had been closed/dismissed for months. He said we can do 1 of 2 things.. 1. Give him an amount we feel we should receive 2. Go seek... View More
You have not given enough facts here at all. Do you have children with the ex and the ex is taking the children? You need to go see a family attorney in your area if that is the case. The ex might need to follow the law in your state for this, and it might require your written permission or a court...View More
no. it is probably more common that a person doesn't actually go to court before a garnishment occurs. a person gets sued, doesn't answer the complaint and summons within the required time, the suing party obtains a default judgment and files a proceedings supplemental naming the judgment...View More
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