house is in Lansing , MI the city of Lansing has placed a red tag on the door stating that the house is unsafe to live in . how can I go about this so I can get out of my lease . Also can I get money back since the house was not up to date ?
You have been evicted because the house is not up to code, You have no obligation to pay rent as long as the house is red tagged. Read your lease to see wht constitutes termination of the tenancy. If you paid rent for the month and had to move prior to the end of the month, you should be able to sue in small claims court for the pro rata amount of rent you paid but not able to occupySee question
The eviction notice served to the court is for someone I never heard of at a residence in the middle of nowhere. Just an address and a field full of trees, I am beside myself and afraid of the lawyer I hired to represent me. What can I do the la...
You can sue for money damages without having obtained a Judgment of possession on the basis the tenant abandoned the property. Depending on how much you are claiming in damages, you might file the matter in small claims courtSee question
In 2007, I called an attorney to represent my son for a DUI. I received a bill for app: $400.00 in 2007 and paid it. This last weekend, I received a bill for $250.00 for services from 2007. This was the first bill during the past 5 1/2 years. I ca...
Regardless of whether you had a written contract, the question is whether it is an installment agreement. If it is, the the attorney can collect within 6 years of the last payment.See question
The insurance company says the medical claim in closed. But I need surgery and an MRI still to be done. Should the insurance company pay my medical bills still? Or do I need to pay out of my pocket and then sue for the expenses? (I dont have money...
What type of case did you settle? Did you settle a claim against the driver of the other car for your injuries? Did you settle a case against your insurance company for your medical expenses? Did you settle a workers compensation case. In any event, I agree you need to get clarification from your attorney about the terms of your settlement agreement if you do not understand the language contained in your settlement agreementSee question
The first DUI was in 2003 and nothing for the next 9 years, then three DUI's within 3 months in 2012. He showed up to court on the first and second, the judge said he would do both cases at one hearing. He gave my son time to hire an attorney and ...
Hire an attorney immediately. Your son is looking at a felony charge i.e. possible prisonSee question
I've heard of drunk driving ( >0.08), super drunk (>0.17). what's the BAC range for impaired driving?
Agree with above, but anything less than .08 could be considered as evidence of impaired in conjunction with the officers visual observationsSee question
or is there anything i can do to keep my child if i have my act together, ex: have a job, my own place an compleate any programs.
If you are no longer in Michigan, you need to consult an attorney in the state where you live.See question
parenting time at his parents house but while cps was involved my grand child couldn't go over there because of domastic violence so now they re going to try and get parenting time will they allow this even with cps only being out for only 5 months
What is the nature of your guardianship? Are you a general guardian or a limited guardian? If a limited guardian, then there should be requirements and restrictions of the parents access to the children in the order. If a general guardianship, and the father had parenting time prior to the order, then that should resume unless there exists a court order to that says something different.See question
My attorney is a very good friend of a family member. The family member recommended I use his attorney (his friend) to help with my divorce. I have since reconciled with my husband and just received the attorney's bill. I never signed a fee agr...
While a fee agreement is always recommended it is not always required if the attorney has provided services on your behalf. Based on your facts, it sounds as if you hardly spoke to the attorney or even had a consultation in the office. Just exactly what did he do? If he sent you a statement, did he itemize the services rendered and the time spent in performing those services?See question
Will my employment will be at stake?
In addition to what the others have said, if you have a written contract or collective bargaining agreement(union contract) you might be required to tell your employer of any criminal conviction and failure to do so constitutes grounds for terminationSee question