I would not recommend suing the police for chasing a party who stole your car, however you may be able to recover against the thief. Police are general immune if they are responsibly performing their duties.
You would benefit from speaking with an attorney about the specifics of your matter. One might be able to help you develop a wealth of evidence to contravert the court appointed counselors report.
Even an appointed expert can be diminished. Based on what you state submitting to a blood and or urine test may help, requesting that they offer documentation to support the claims of probation and arrest may as well. Fortunately for you, these are matters of public record that can be easily...
If you make a payment a single day later than what you agreed, the bank can commence collection activities. However, a trustee sale cannot be executed so quickly. The foreclosure process begins with a notice of default, which must be issued 120 days before a trustee sale can be executed. If you have already received such, then the next requirement is that they must record a notice of trustee sale, which you must receive. The trustee sale cannot occur for 90 days after such notice is...
Indentured servitude and slavery have been outlawed in this country for about 160 years. If you performed authorized work you have a right to payment. Discuss the practical nature of what is expected of you with your supervisors if they have a problem with your schedule.
Contact a local attorney, however as partial owner of the property you are entitled to live in the property unless you have an agreement that provides otherwise. If need be you may have to file for an injunction with the court to enforce your right to possession if your brother will not allow you access to the property.
Generally speaking a court order must be followed to a T. Before definitively answering your question, details of your agreement must be discussed, such as were the terms of payment discussed. I would contact your attorney to schedule a time to review the agreement you made and determine whether the insurance company is in compliance. If they are not, your counselor can advise you on efforts to return to the ALJ for ICA enforcement.
If the matter is valued at less than $50,000 the court will mandate arbitration. If it is greater, they may also strongly suggest it. If it is not based on a contract, either party may otherwise be entitled to its "day in court."
Chapter 7 trustees generally require the petitioner e to liquidate certain assets, such as your savings bonds, and pay creditors with the funds. It is pretty open and shut. If you are an owner with your minor son, these bonds are apart of your estate and subject to the liquidation.