In my dad's will, there is a directive that if anything were to happen to my brother (at the time, he was not healthy), the land and home were to revert back to me. My brother is married and has a minor child. He committed suicide on Aug 13, 201...
Seems to me that if your dad passed in 2011 and left to your brother. Then your brother received that inheritance during his life. In fact, you said the home was transferred into his name before he died. Then I think the home will go to your brothers estate and his heirs.See question
Me and a buddy were in a park parking lot in Detroit, MI and we were smoking marijuana. It was pretty obvious what we were doing but the cop just wrote us a ticket for being in the park after hours and didn't even mention the other thing. I now ha...
No. There is not going to be a police report unless there was an incident. Otherwise, the only evidence in the case is the ticket you received. In cases where the ticket is the only thing issued, the officers sometimes make notes on the lower part of the ticket. However, I doubt the office would not note on the ticket that you were smoking pot. So, this will not show up on a police records check.See question
I have been appointed Personal Rep of mom's Estate. It's complicated so to spare details, is there a way to find Wills or Trusts. If the Will was never filed w/ the Court. the lawyer know longer practicing law, what are other options....
I agree with counsel above. I also know that some county Probate Courts will keep individual Wills on file at the Probate Court for safekeeping. You should check with the court to see if the Will was being held by the court. Typically, one would receive a receipt for the deposit of the will at the time of delivery to the Probate Court. But if you can not find a receipt you can check with the court directly.See question
I have two domestic violences, and an assault and battery. Currently on probation for one domestic violence. And I'm being charged with an owi running from the police and failure to report accident.
The probation officer can not "put you in jail", but the judge can. However, the probation officer can violate your bond (tell the judge) and a probation violation hearing will be set. You have the right to have a hearing. The judge may a put you in jail as a result. Your original probation conditions would have required you not be break any laws and probably not drink also. Once it is determined that you have violated the terms of your probation, the judge will need to take action, usually jail. I recommend that you get an experience criminal defense attorney who can help you in your cases and potentially coordinate your cases and sentences. You may even be able to get credit for any jail time on both cases simultaneously.See question
No it is not. IF you wife was married and did not terminate that marriage, your marriage to her is void. I suggest she hire and attorney and divorce him.See question
I am also on probation related to the impaired. It happened in a different county should I come clean to my PO or not say anything?
Penalty for "Driving on a Suspended License" is up to 93 days jail and or $500 fine, for first offense. Additionally, you will faces a probation violation in the underlying Impaired case. So, you will have to defend yourself in the DWLS case and deal with the probation violation on the Impaired case.See question
My ex and I went in front of a referee recently for our divorce case, at that time I did not agree to some of the terms in the paperwork regarding custody due to my children's wellbeing. The case is now being sent to trial for each side to plead o...
No. you need to follow the court rules and draft a final judgement of divorce, set up court dates, complete related court documents. Your best idea will be to hire a family law attorney to assist in getting the done. Your fee would reflect the fact that most of the work in done, you have an agreement. So, will be dollars well spend to get in done now and get it done right. Good luck.See question
I currently live in Arizona but on probation in Michigan. I had one violation (positive breath test, but the others were all negative) of my probation and my P.O. violated me. I now have a court date set in two weeks back in Michigan. I will not ...
No. Rochester Hills or the Oakland County Sheriff will not travel to Arizona to come and get you. However, there will be a warrant outstanding in Michigan and may even hold up your driving privileges if you license is here in Michigan and is currently restricted or suspended due to the underlying case. So, you don't want to fail to show and then find out you cant get a license or renew a license in Arizona due to Michigan.See question
I have my medical marijuana card & I got pulled over and had my marijuana paraphenalia in my glove box, not my trunk where it should have been. I received a ticket, went to court, and the judge said I wasn't allowed to use my card anymore. I just ...
You should listen to the judge! If you have questions for the judge you can file a motion or request with the court to appear before the judge to ask for clarification. However, I would not use Marijuana after your judge told you not to use. Judge is the boss.See question
when i was 16 years old i was charged and sentenced as a juvenile of csc 3 degree. i want to know if i can own or will i pass a NICS backround check for a firearm
Excellent answer listed above by counsel and on point- I agree.See question