My fiance went to jail and I'm residing in are home in which he owns but is my address for last five years, I missed a court date and his best friend showed up with the bounty hunters and they kicked in my door, and they left her in my home after I got arrested, I got out 12 hours later on a... Read more »
answered on Mar 9, 2023
You can make a police report. What the police do with it from there depends on the situation.
payment on it, I did. Now they want me to reissue the check but do know about me getting the charge for stop payment fee reimbursement. I feel they had this check in their safe and I should not issue another check until that fee is paid by them. Please help?
answered on Dec 20, 2022
Not sure what your question is. I can see your point in that you paid them what they were owed, and incurred an additional fee to do so that you had nothing to do with. I can also see their point that what happened doesn't change the fact that you still owe them that set amount. I think -... Read more »
I intend to marry my cousin but the state does not allow it. My question is whether we can marry in another state and come back living happily ever after or will Michigan void the marriage and we are better off moving to a state that allows first cousin marriage?
answered on Oct 27, 2022
Whose going to object if you marry in another state and live happily ever after?
They have been here 2-1/2 weeks. It appears they are professional squatters. Do they have any legal rights to stay?and what steps should I take?
answered on Sep 22, 2022
Did you allow them in or did they trespass to gain entry? The answer to that will determine your route forward.
answered on Sep 6, 2022
Make efforts to demand the car's return. Then contact the police.
answered on Aug 26, 2022
The sort of help you need depends on what you want to see happen from here. For sure, you need someone to help you object to the PPO, before anything else falls into place.
blood alcohol level was but the police won’t give it to me stating he’s a minor which I told them that’s not right I’m the parent . What can I do or my next step? I feel as a parent this is against my parental rights as I’m held accountable if he can’t pay the fine .
answered on Aug 18, 2022
You'll be hard pressed to find a New York attorney in the Michigan forum here.
answered on Aug 15, 2022
What do you mean by search? You would generally need to be appointed by the court as personal representative before taking action.
I don't live in the state the company is located in
answered on Aug 2, 2022
You don't have to live in the state, but you almost certainly do need a lawyer before proceeding.
The trust states that personal property is to be divided evenly between code executors. My brother is the other co-executor and he removed the property, and changed the locks on house and garage barring me access.
answered on Jul 13, 2022
Probate court would be the forum to raise this issue. Unfortunately, even with a trust, your brother's actions may necessitate court involvement to resolve.
How would I find out what my family members mental health diagnosis was and is it hereditary? As well as if they are a threat to our safety?
answered on Jul 8, 2022
Not just anyone can receive those records; even family members. Short answer: you need either permission or legal authority.
My dad is actually currently trying to kick me out and he told me to pack up about 4 days ago and today he is kicking me out I got almost no time to actually figure things out or find a place to stay so it would be nice to know if there was somehting i could do to stop this also I am in high-school... Read more »
answered on Jun 17, 2022
Are you still in high school? If not and you are over 18, you are now a tenant subject to eviction as any other tenant unfortunately.
What am I entitled to?
answered on May 27, 2022
An Indiana attorney should be able to answer those questions for you. There are some states where being somewhat estranged or abandoned may eliminate your otherwise possible share in their estate.
answered on May 26, 2022
Legal practices may be discriminatory in nature; discriminatory practices are not necessarily illegal.
I work for a non profit swim club and we are wondering what the limit of earned income and reserved income we can hold onto with out losing our non profit status. We are following all the other non profit policies, but cannot find a clear answer for this. Thank you.
answered on May 24, 2022
You should talk to your general counsel, if you don't have one, you should probably get one.
My now ex gf. Sent videos of me and another woman having relations to my boss. The other woman so happened to be a coworker but the relationship was over. We both got fired as it was against our work policy to have relations within the same store. We wrote our statement and got terminated. Can I... Read more »
answered on Apr 18, 2022
Spiteful thing to do, to be sure. But legally, I am unsure you have a case. How did your ex get a hold of those videos? If she got them illegally, you might have something. Even with that though, what she did with them isn't necessarily actionable.
My insurance company is saying i only had one car insured and i had 2 before October 31 and they also said they not issuing checks out until may 9th
answered on Apr 4, 2022
I believe the applicable question is how many cars you insured with them ON October 31, not how many you insured before then.
I do not believe you have any claim to sue.
answered on Mar 22, 2022
You lost me at "non assertive conduct" and "rules of evidence". Depending on what context you are referring, you might want to take a look at Rule 408. You may also wish to research the meaning of "testimonial".
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