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  • How do i take my name off the car title? i just want it in my wifes name.

    we might be headed to divorce, if that happens we will each have our own vehicle and won't have to deal with it then.

    Tajara’s Answer

    dealing with the car titles in a divorce isn't a big deal; however, it isnt hard to change them to one name if she is willing. You sign the titles/fill out a form and pay the fees at the dmv

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  • In Wisconsin, does a cop need to have witnessed a Misdemeanor Disorderly Conduct in order to detain or arrest a subject?

    A cop randomly showed up at a bar at 2:15AM and wanted to ask me a bunch of questions and I refused. He stated that he was going to try to find me a ride because I had been drinking. As I was walking out with the cop I, I realized that my keys a...

    Tajara’s Answer

    No, you can be arrested and charged based on the statements of witnesses. Officers aren't often at the scene of a crime, the come later

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  • How do I get my kids back? And What rights do I have to see my kids?

    My kids grandmother went to court without my knowledge and was granted temporary guardianship. She lied and said she couldn't contact me or her son (( who lives with her)) and the judge bought it. She went to court November 18th but my daughters b...

    Tajara’s Answer

    temporary guardianship is just that...temporary. There must be a final hearing. Look on the WIsconsin Circuit Court access site for the date, get an attorney and fight it! If you can't find the date on the internet, call the courthouse and find out.

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  • Is a Power of attorney valid before or after death? What steps do we need to take and how is one designated?

    My divorced, 75 year old, Mother in law is near death ill. She has no will, but does have a POA for health decisions, one of her two sons. She is on Title 19 with the state. Wednesday (12/9/15) She has been placed in a hospice/palliative care f...

    Tajara’s Answer

    it is valid up to her death; however, if she is not competent (which is usually when a POA is activated) she cannot designate anyone additional . A guardianship of her estate would need to be established.

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  • Can an insurance company drop you if 2012 I had to switch insurance that's when I bought my house and had a woods stove 8-10 f

    home insurance can an insurance company drop you if 2012 I had to switch insurance that's when I bought my house and had a woods stove 8-10 ft from my house and that's why they were the only company to cover me. and my bank knows that as well ...

    Tajara’s Answer

    insurance can drop you at any time, they are not obligated to continue insuring you.

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  • Can a collection agency sue after refusing a reasonable payment? Do they have to own the debt?

    OK, I finally returned a call to a debt collector and they told me that I owe a hospital a total of $2800.00 for services dating back 3 years, o told them I didn't disagree and I could afford to pay $160 a month. They refused and told me that $200...

    Tajara’s Answer

    A debtor has no obligation to accept payments. You are being sued. Get an attorney-you may have defenses. If you cannot afford an attorney, show up in court. Ask for proof of the debt.

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  • Can they consider him abscounding when he tryed contacting them several times with no answers or calls back?

    My fiance is being revoked after missing a probation visit even though he told them that when they scheduled it that he couldn't make it in till 7pm cause I had to work 12 hrs and we had no one to watch r kids they said that they didn't care and h...

    Tajara’s Answer

    in the 30 days after his appointment did he go to the office? Why not? It is his responsibility to follow the rules/not his agents to chase him down. If he goes to jail, you will likely have to find other daycare.

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  • What options do we have to protect ourselves and landlord's and also to formally re-establish the 1st as the payment due date?

    Our tenants have been living in our duplex for about 6 years, without a formal contract. Payments were done regularly for the most part, but always late. The verbal agreement was for payment on the first of the month, but we would always receive i...

    Tajara’s Answer

    You could evict them and get new tenants!

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