Thomas. R. Morris' answer You may owe the rent, but the fact that they did not try to collect it for four years may give you an argument in court that you should not be immediately evicted. Is there a written lease? Consult with an attorney and provide him or her with the lease. There is not a simple answer to your question (and you did not ask a question).
Thomas. R. Morris' answer This is possible, but don't try to come up with the language on your own. An attorney could advise you as to the proper language to use. Have an attorney advise you as to the entire transaction if you are not certain how exactly to do it.
Trent Harris' answer I’m sorry to hear this is happening in your family. The disposition of remains is a right reserved to the next of kin under Michigan law. Since your mom and dad appear to have been divorced, your mom did not have rights to dictate the disposition of your father’s remains or keep them. The right to make those decisions belongs to your father’s children - you and your brother. If you and your brother can not agree what to do with the remains, you could file a petition with the probate court...
Neil Colman's answer What does your Judgment provide? If they were joint returns and not addressed in the Judgment, you may have to go back to court in an attempt to get clarification. The government is not a party to your divorce. Therefore, both taxpayers are liable if not addressed in the Judgment.
Trent Harris' answer Estimates without documentation are not good enough for the IRS. You need to work with a tax accountant or CPA to reconstruct some sort of paper trail for your expenses. Otherwise, your eligibility for a student loan is going to be the least of your problems. If the IRS denies your deductions for your business expenses, you are going to end up owing tax on the entire amount of the income, and you will owe the IRS a ton of money you don’t have. Contact a CPA or tax accountant to help get you...
Trent Harris' answer Since you were a minor, your mother controlled your defense. It’s possible you were appointed a lawyer by the court and your mother talked to the lawyer without your knowledge. Nevertheless, the court believes the lawyer fee was part of your verdict/judgment, and that’s probably written in the judgment somewhere. $210 is pretty cheap to avoid having a criminal charge on your record which could prevent you from getting hired for employment, or getting an apartment. You are unlikely to win if...
Timur Akpinar's answer I don't practice in Michigan but your question remains open for 3 weeks. In general, a homeowner's policy should cover medical bills. There can be limitations, such as if a contractor was performing work, the carrier could issue a denial on the grounds that it would be a workers' comp matter. You could check the terms of your policy. If you want to submit the claim and it is denied, you could consult with a Michigan attorney who could advise more meaningfully after reviewing policy.
Frank B. Ford's answer No, there is not a time limit. Any delay can be considered in determining the reliability of the results, but probably not their admissibility. If you don't have an attorney to help you with this situation, get one. Sincerely, Frank B. Ford
Trent Harris' answer You can’t do both either or. To use the affidavit procedure, there can’t have been a probate estate opened, and you are certifying that one isn’t going to be opened. If the insurance co. will accept an Affidavit of Decedent’s Successor for Delivery of Certain Assets, do that. If they won’t accept one, then you’ll need to open an estate but maybe you can close it quickly using summary administration procedures.
As always, you get what you pay for. Be sure to talk to a...
David Soble's answer You would need to have evidence of your documents / copies of the papers and validation of mailing. Additionally, a competent real estate attorney would need to review the timeshare purchase agreement.
Brent T. Geers' answer Join the crowd! With passage of the new law, we are in the midst of a rush. Opening a new business regulated by new and untested laws can be a recipe for disaster. If you do not have experience in this industry, I would highly suggest you talk with operators in other states with similar laws (e.g. Colorado). It will not be easy, and it most likely will cost significant amounts of money to start right.
Brent T. Geers' answer What do you mean by land patent? If the father owned the land (e.g. his name is on the deed), and the son is now enforcing that contract as personal representative of the estate, I see no reason why they cannot foreclosure.
Brent T. Geers' answer Without knowing more about the underlying case and his history on probation, no one can tell you exactly what he is looking at. He almost assuredly will have the HYTA status revoked, which means that he will have a public felony record.
Frank B. Ford's answer You need to contact the police department that issued the ticket, and ask them to dismiss the ticket and re-write it in your name. If you just pay it, the other person will get points on their record that they don't deserve. In being honest about it, you may actually help yourself by getting the police or prosecutor to give you some kind of a break. Do the right thing. Sincerely, Frank B. Ford
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