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- University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
- J.D. (1989) | Law
- Honors: Order of the Coif Academic Honor Society
- Purdue University - Purdue University
- M.S. (1974) | Engineering
- Cincinnati Bar Association
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- Professional Engineer 1986-2002
- State of Ohio
- Senior Reactor Operator 1982-1984
- US Nuclear Regulatory Commission
- Surface Warfare Officer/Nuclear Power Plant Engineer
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3484 Questions Answered
- Q. I live in ohio, I rent. Can evict my ex who is not on the lease myself?
- A: Some courts allow a tenant to evict an occupant, other courts require the landlord to evict. Check with your local court or use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local attorney to advise you. Court personnel might not answer questions or give correct answers.
- Q. My dad passed 9 mths ago as per will if siblings is not agreeable property to be sold. What next
- A: If the will has been submitted to probate, and the court has appointed an executor, then the executor must follow the terms of the will and sell the property if there is no agreement among siblings. The probate court would have to approve any potential sale. The executor also must take proper care of the property including paying taxes and keeping insurance current. Talk to the attorney handling the probate with the executor, or use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local probate attorney to review the situation and advise you. If the will has not yet been submitted to probate, the attorney can advise you about that.
- Q. Can a landlord renege on a lease renewal
- A: You'll have to retain a local attorney to review the lease, the renewal provisions, and all the facts and then represent you if landlord files an eviction. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to find a local attorney who handles evictions.
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