I was a MI resident and got a DUI in a neighboring WI town in 2011. My license was revoked and then I had interlocking ignition installed with a restricted license. I got my MI license fully reinstated. Now 8 years later moved to WI and they want me to put interlocking ignition on my car for... Read more »
There are steps you must take to satisfy the requirements Wisconsin imposed at the time of the conviction. I would need further information regarding the length of time Wisconsin ordered the Ignition Interlock Device to be installed vs how long Michigan required the device on your vehicle to...Read more »
A Wisconsin attorney could best answer your question, but it remains open for two weeks. Ordinarily and more commonly, the doctors' and surgeons' malpractice carriers pay such money. And technically, that money goes to the claimant who has standing to bring an action. The lawyer is paid for legal...Read more »
In-laws put home in life estate to two sons about 10 years ago. Mom has passed, dad has been in nursing home for a year and will never be able to live on his own again. Husband wants to sell his half of the home to his brother. We need the easiest way to do this, without a realtor if possible.
If your Mother is currently receiving Medicaid benefits, you should examine the Medicaid application she submitted when she first qualified for Medicaid. The application should list the home in which she owns an interest as a tenant in common. If you and your Mother own it together and if your...Read more »
Yes. If they are a month-to-month tenant, §704.17, Wis. Stats., allows you to give either a 5-day or 14-day notice for failure to rent. If they are under a lease for one year or less, §704.17(2), Wis. Stats., allows you to give them a 5-day notice to pay or vacate. No prohibition against...Read more »
I've never heard of a title company not providing copies of signed documents to the Seller. You are entitled to a copy of every document that you signed. You are not entitled to a copy of loan documents signed by Buyer.
He has stopped paying the mortgage and is a month behind, how do I legally obtain my house back? I am also the main borrower on the house loan, but both of our names are on the deed. He also stopped paying his half of the loan payments.
telling my attorney I was deceased. I was told I should drop them for now and we could add them in later. Now I am being garnished by this collection at a higher price then the agreed settlement amount. Do I have any stance to go after my debt assistance company?
I am a US Citizen. I filed -130 for my mother who is in the US currently under a B2 Tourist visa. Does she have to leave the US if I don't hear back from USCIS by the time her stay in the US expires (she has a 10 year-visa but can only stay 6 months at a time)?
Does she wish to reside her permanently? Are you over 21? What was her intent upon entering the USA on her last arrival? More facts are needed to know. Discuss with counsel. Some of us give free consults and counsel anywhere in the US can represent your mom.
The police have received both of our statements where both sides state that he brake checked me intentionally. The insurance knows this and told me that because he intentionally tried to cause an accident they will only pay for half of my damages.
It does seem unfair. You could consult with a Wisconsin attorney. There is no mention of injuries, and I hope you were not injured. But keep in mind that if the claim is purely property damage, an attorney might not be able to handle it on at a typical contingency fee arrangement generally applied...Read more »
I was in an car accident, i was not at fault. The other driver who was at fault was at fault cause she failed to yeild right of way. Now her insurance wants to only be liable for 60% of the outcome then there adjusters came and looked vehicle and the cost of repairs is more the what the car is... Read more »
Yes you may sue for damages because you were not at fault. The only issue I would be concerned about given the facts as laid out is whether or not you were speeding. That would be relevant because, when speeding, you forfeit the right of way you otherwise may have had. The right of way is not...Read more »
My mother passed away and my father is mentally disabled (he does not have a guardian, us kids have been taking care of him). The only asset she had was the house. The house is in both of their names. I am wondering if it is possible to for the estate to be divided up by us three kids and my father... Read more »
It does depend on how the deed is worded but if a probate is required and her children are all your dad's children too, then your dad will get your mother's entire estate. Then when your dad dies, if he too has no will, the children will inherit everything in equal shares.
The answer to any contract question requires a review of the contract.
Assuming that well and septic contingencies are included in the offer then your rights are set forth under the contingencies. If the contingencies grant the Seller the "right to cure", then the Seller may cure the...Read more »
We were never married, current orders only state visitation details. Dad is to submit to me monthly drug test results in order to see child..he has been out of jail since March of 2019 has not given me any results or complied with order. Dad spent 3 years in jail on for felony gun and drug charges.... Read more »
I was in a bowling alley around 9 p'cl9ck and asked to leave in a shouting violent matter by the female bartender. I left immediately and an officer was outside on the premises. I told him I was never asked to not come in there, in fact the manager told me I was welcome for food. I was issued a... Read more »
You may file a complaint against the police department. The department should have an internal review mechanism. I will warn you, however, that that is unlikely to produce a satisfying outcome. Similarly, you can file a complaint against the bowling alley with its management. As with the police...Read more »
You posted this in Business Law, a logical choice, but that might be why it hadn't been picked up by an employment law attorney, who is really the person you want input from. You could repost and add Employment Law as a category. As a general legal premise for all areas of law, the practice of...Read more »
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