You could ask for one if there is something very acrimonious in the chemistry in your working relationship. But for the most part, the role of a claim rep is adversarial to the claimant. The claim rep is not there to be a mentor or friend. Claim reps are highly intelligent, analytical, and...Read more »
My kids and I moved in with my grandmother 4 years ago so she could stay at home instead of a nursing home. We split expenses I was her 24/7 caregiver and companion. Grandma told our family she wanted me to have the house But she passed but died before she could make a will.
If none of your grandma's heirs at law complain, you are not at any immediate risk of being ejected. Her heirs at law are most likely her living children plus the children of any deceased children, so unless your parent that was your grandma's child is deceased, you are not an heir at law....Read more »
A Michigan attorney could answer best, but your post remains open for four weeks. Contact the agent. Any licensed, reputable agent would take urgent steps to correct the matter. If there will be problems in setting up coverage with them, seek alternate insurance. By now, you've probably already...Read more »
You've posted this question in a Michigan forum, but I surmise that the answer will be the same regardless of state. Assuming that your grandson is otherwise competent (i.e. not cognitively or otherwise impaired), he is an adult at 18 and can move where he wants.
Did complete my 2 yr. Drug court program for my felony probation but I still had fines to pay but found out I had the controlled buy done on me and I ran because I was scared I would go away for a long time and not see my family. How long will I get in prison if I go back and turn myself in I have... Read more »
You will be sentenced on your probation violation, with your original sentencing guidelines used for a good estimate. Additionally, you are likely facing a new charge, and points will be assessed for picking up this new charge while on probation in the sentencing guidelines. Without knowing more...Read more »
Have joint custody .she wasn't Supposed to not move 100 miles away. She did with out a court order. any his son found his dad and wants to come home. Would like to know if he can go and get him and bring him home. Please answer this question thank you grandma. Ps.the mother hasn't contacted the... Read more »
I am having severe back pain and some other issues I have written out paperwork of my doctor approving this leave. The woman that I am working with as my case manager is telling me that is not good enough I am going to physical therapy twice a week for it.
Currently the MI website says "Your application for this case is being processed. The Ask a Question feature will become available to you once the application reaches the Prosecuting Attorney." How do I find out what is going on? How long does it take? Getting very low on funds. Any help is... Read more »
property taxes that are being assessed for the past 3 years since the state denied his homestead exemption on his residence. He is married and his wife and he have lived in separate homes the past 3 years. He claims that I should have known to file them each "married filing separately" in order... Read more »
Doubtful, but you should really check with your insurance carrier and any ethics or licensing board to whom you have reporting obligations. Now if the client told you he specifically wanted to file married filing separately, and you didn't do that, that may lead to a different outcome.
Unlikely. You do have Internet access - not exactly blazing fast Internet. You can buy your own, but it would be on your own dime. Unless the landlord made some affirmative assurances about the Internet (i.e. "always on", or a certain speed), there's not much that can be done.
I received a Security emal alert from Bank of America back in August stating that fraudulent activity was noticed on my account and that my account had been closed. I contacted the bank and was informed that ATM deposits that were being conducted in Texas (I live in Michigan) were fraudulent. I... Read more »
There are several ways to rectify this increasingly common situation--all of which require assistance of an experienced lawyer who understands Banking Law and class action litigation. I advise you to use the Find A Lawyer tab at the top of the page and contact an experienced Banking Lawyer.
My kids dad died and we was not married my kids is listed as his beneficiary but his dad got representative over my kids estate and won’t give me any information about amounts he also over they trust funds. I haven’t been notified by probate court or I never receive the letter that they granted... Read more »
it sounds like the children’s father had a trust or will that named someone else to manage the children’s inheritance. It would be very difficult to change that. You would have to prove that the person he named is not qualified or unsuitable and even if you succeeded it would go to the named...Read more »
I would have to say that after 27 years of marriage, she's not going to receive the home as her sole and separate property. Whatever you do, I strongly urge you to retain the services of an experienced and knowledgeable family law attorney, especially in light of the comments she's made. Unless it...Read more »
All Pro, the company I rented from for 7 years, never fixed anything that would break down. I moved from their in August, waiting and thinking I'd get some of my deposite back. Now that the home needs painting and carpet, they want me to pay for it, after I've already replaced many things like... Read more »
You would want to talk to a civil litigation attorney who is experienced in landlord tenant and collection defense. Or, you might consider filing bankruptcy, since it might be cheaper than defending the suit.
As to the merits of your case, you would probably need to have good proof that the...Read more »
There is no time requirement, but when making an equitable division of assets (and debts), we're looking toward what is considered the marital estate - meaning anything acquired or accumulated during the marriage. In the case of a retirement account, what may be relevant is what contributions were...Read more »
This discussion board is for consumer law in the state of Michigan, under Michigan law. Your question is about Missouri, and should be answered by someone who is licensed as an attorney in Missouri for Missouri law. I recommend you re-post your question to a discussion board for Missouri law....Read more »
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