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pg1067

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  1. I neither live nor practice in Indiana, so this question is beyond my knowledge. My guess, however, is that such a notice is only necessary for an intended move with kids.
  2. The possibility of criminal prosecution cannot legally be used as leverage in a divorce. If she wants a divorce, then she needs to talk with a divorce attorney. Whether she tells her husband that she founds the cameras is obviously up to her.
  3. You really ought to proofread before hitting the "post" button. A pivot? What sort of pump? Huh? A case of what? It's not very clear what your tenant was doing on the pasture. However, if the lease is over, has the tenant vacated the property? If so, and if the tenant failed to install some equipment or failed to leave it in working order, you can sue for breach of contract. Not really sure if there's more to this, but I encourage you to consult with a local attorney for advice.
  4. Generally speaking, a party to a pending divorce case is prohibited from removing minor children from the state without a court order or written permission from the other parent. If your case is pending in Indiana and your kids are in Michigan with your husband, I can think of no conceivable reason why you moving across the river would be a problem.
  5. Using that image would be blatant trademark infringement, but you aren't going to "get your butt sued back into the stone age" -- even if you actually use the flyer. What will happen, however, is that you'll get a cease and desist letter (while I agree with "Tax_Counsel's" comment, your posting the flyer here may well generate the C&D letter). If, after receipt of that letter, you don't remove the infringing image, that is when you'll get sued. As a parent of a band kid (and a lifelong musician), I agree with "cbg" that this image will only detract from your business because it implies a lack of seriousness, and its tone runs contrary to the rest of the flyer. Without that part, it's a good flyer.
  6. Were these stocks held in a brokerage account? If so, did the account designate a pay-on-death beneficiary? Why would you discuss this sort of thing with someone at a bank? Ummm....huh? What was done "before her passing"? Your signature on what? Since you apparently have not been appointed by a probate court as executor/administrator/personal representative of the estate, you have no authority to do anything with your mother's assets.
  7. This question does not raise any legal issue. I have no idea what might persuade the folks who operate the website you mentioned, but this isn't defamation because calling you a "crook" is obvious hyperbole.
  8. You referred to "her husband's closet" and "her bathroom." Do they have separate bathrooms and closets? When your friend told her husband that she found the cameras, what happened? What does your friend want to happen? Does she want her husband criminally prosecuted and fined and/or imprisoned? If so, she can report the matter to the police. Does she want a divorce? If so, then she should consult with a divorce attorney. At the end of the day, what difference does it make if it's a misdemeanor or a felony or not a crime at all because it happened in a husband and wife's shared home?
  9. Since we have no idea what the "original [o]rder" says, we have no way of knowing if it's even possible for the conservator to be in contempt of it. That being the case, all anyone here can tell you is that the conservator should discuss the matter with her attorney. Has she tried to open a new account and been told it's not possible because of the lack of a court order? If not, why do you or does she believe this to be the case? That the bank did do this indicates that the only possible answer to this question is yes.
  10. I'm not going to speculate about what wording might result in a particular outcome (and I doubt anyone else will either). As I indicated previously, one would need to read your lease and the two addendums to answer this question. By the way, in addition to giving your ex-boyfriend notice when you moved out, did you give the landlord notice? Has the landlord made any demand on you for payment?
  11. Told by whom? Also, I assume that we're supposed to infer that you did not sign the two addendums. Correct? One would need to read your lease and the two addendums to answer this question. Who says you can't? And how exactly would you propose to "force" him?
  12. Aside from suing, for all I know, the guy is a loon who might do any manner of crazy s***.
  13. If the guy won't give his successor access to the bank account and the board can't convince the bank to give access, the HOA may need to take legal action. Obviously, setting up a situation in which only one person can access the account wasn't very smart.
  14. Please don't interpret what I wrote to mean that he cannot stir up trouble.
  15. I'm not sure if there's anything in your follow up post that really requires a response, but I think it's important to emphasize that this is something you need to deal with as soon as possible. Some courts will not grant a divorce while the wife is pregnant because they want to make sure paternity is taken care of in an appropriate manner.
  16. Treasurer/secretary of what? I could probably come up with dozens of things that might be possible. Who are "they."
  17. What's up with the gigantic font? Since you didn't identify your state, I have no idea what this refers to. In the absence of rent control or other regulation of that sort, I'm not aware of any state or circumstance in which a landlord is obligated to renew a lease.
  18. In the abstract, the only possible correct answer to this question is yes. Of course it can.
  19. I don't entirely understand your question. Your neighbor "think[ing] [that] this is a conflict of interest" is of no more significance than if he thought your mother were a vampire.
  20. Depends on the laws of your unidentified state, but you're generally allowed to trim back to the property line if you can do so without damaging/killing the tree.
  21. If you own the condo, how could you be evicted? What is the nature of your relationship with the plaintiff? Summary judgment is a motion that a party can make. It doesn't matter that trial has been set. A party can make a motion for summary judgment at any time before the expiration of the applicable time period in the rules of civil procedure. If you don't oppose the motion, then the court will grant or deny it based solely on the papers filed by the plaintiff. I suggest you retain the services of an attorney ASAP.
  22. Please don't keep starting new threads about the same topic that is the subject of existing threads. That said, as a general matter, no one has an obligation to disclose future plans unless specifically asked.
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