Your question involves types of business organizations, and what the rights of partners are. I'm assuming that you want to do business with someone claiming to be a "silent partner" of a business. I'd be hesitant, and contact the business directly - as soon as possible - to see who is authorized to do business on their behalf before agreeing to anything.
I also agree with the earlier advice about slander and libel. Also, I think you might have some confusion as to what an attorney's duty is toward client confidences. If there is information from your case that another attorney needs, the prior attorney should disclose it- so that the later attorney can represent you fully. And if there was information that was about what was included in your bankruptcy -- then that would be part of public record and not confidential.
I agree with attorney Brennan. It's your right to proceed in court - but since you're not aware of the system and what rights you have that may be at risk, you should hire an attorney. Rights to spend time with your children, where your children live, what property of the marriage you might be able to keep: these are all important to you now, it makes sense to protect them so you can rest easy at night, and not have to fix it later.
Get an annulment. This is a showing that the a valid marriage did not occur because it had certain legal barriers from making it valid. Prior, un-dissolved marriage, of one of the parties, is a basis for annulment. Talk to a family law attorney as soon as you can.
I agree with prior advice, and, his question is hard to answer precisely without knowing how the power of attorney was written. What your aunt told you is one thing, and how the POA can carry out its duties are another.
Reckless can apply to any driver of any age, but doesn't involve alcohol. Zero tolerance involves only underage drivers under the influence. Other sentencing guidelines are as the other attorneys have outlined above. If you are facing either one of these charges you should consult an attorney to get the best representation you can.
I agree with Attorney Smith. If your goal is to keep the tenants, try to work out something about the extra car. Make sure it's in writing (as I assume the lease was in writing). Perhaps you can address any association violations when you do this.