I’m being investigated/arrested/the police are at my house, what should I do?
But I’m innocent! Surely once they hear my story everything will work out?
My significant other/loved one/friend has been arrested, what should I do?
But this is only for an insignificant offense?
What if everyone thinks I’m guilty?
I know Michigan is a “no fault state”, but I am in a lot of pain, I can’t sleep and the accident has affected my marriage. Can I collect damages for my pain and suffering?
- The accident was caused at least 51% by the other driver’s carelessness
- You didn’t intentionally hit the other driver’s vehicle
- At the time of the accident, you had at least the minimum amount of insurance coverage required by Michigan law
You must also show that injuries from the accident have caused a “serious impairment of a body function, or a “serious and permanent disfigurement.
What kind of injuries qualify as “serious impairments of a body function” and “serious and permanent disfigurements?
How long do I have to file a claim for pain and suffering?
Remember that these are only general answers and are not intended as legal advice. The circumstances of your accident, the nature and severity of your injuries and your personal situation are each unique. The attorneys at Lucido & Manzella have many years of experience in evaluating automobile personal injury claims. Let us review your case today – we’ll give you clear and honest answers to your questions and help you understand your rights and options.
Does having a will avoid probate?
Does having a trust avoid probate?
Will a quit claim deed avoid probate?
However, a quit claim deed, or any other form of joint ownership, has problems you should be aware of. For example, the co-owner you name could have creditors, in which one or more creditors could have this property seized to satisfy the debt owed to them.
How do I get started with estate planning documents?
There are many versions of forms available, especially on the internet, which could allow you to draft your own estate planning documents. But due to their complexity and differing laws among the states, it is recommended to consult with a knowledgeable attorney to make sure the documents are drafted specific to your circumstances. Contact the professional attorneys at Lucido & Manzella, P.C. to make an appointment in order to discuss your estate planning needs.
At Lucido & Manzella, we have many years of experience advising individuals who wish to legally end their marriages. Here are just a few of the most common questions prospective divorce clients ask:
I understand Michigan is a “no fault” divorce state, but do I still need to sue my husband (wife)?
Do my spouse and I need to be separated before I file?
What are the residency requirements?
My spouse has moved to another state. Can I still file for divorce in Michigan?
How quickly will my divorce be granted?
When should I consider filing for Bankruptcy?
Can a wage garnishment be stopped by filing a bankruptcy?
Does Bankruptcy wipe out all of my debts?
Those debts which are secured will be discharged, however, expect the creditor to take the necessary legal steps to take back the property. In most cases, if the debtor’s equity interest in the property is exempt, the debtor may retain the property by redemption or reaffirmation.
What is the difference between secured and unsecured debt?
Must I list all of my assets on my petition?
Which type of bankruptcy should I file?
However, Chapter 13 might be a better choice, depending on your situation. For example, if you are behind on your mortgage and want to keep your house, you can include your missed payments in your Chapter 13 plan and repay them over time. In Chapter 7, you would have to make up the whole past due amount right away – – and you might lose your house, if your equity exceeds the exemption amount available to you.