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  • A very close man in my life is in the process of a divorce. It was an 8 year marriage, no children or property involved. He works full time in the automotive industry which we all know is in BIG trouble. He has been laid off about half of this year already & has made many many thousands less this year than previous years, including last year. She works part time for a school district as some type of aid or babysitter while parents are in school or something like that. He continued to pay her car lease & insurance until the lease was paid off & then she came up with the cash to pay the bal. of $7,000.00 off. She left him almost 14 months ago & they had seperate bedrooms for 5 years proior to her moving out. During that 5 years she had at least 2 different boyfriends and is currently living with a man & moved right in with him as soon as she moved out of the marital home (a rental). He hired a firm in Southfield that claims to fight for men.
  • Well he has been getting the short end of the stick all along. He was court ordered to pay her $900.00 a month in spousal support which will be taken right from his check here shortly. He's not making the money to be able to afford this. He was also court ordered to pay $2,000.00 for her attorney fees. Last week when she show caused him for not paying the spousal support, the judge would NOT even listen to his attorney who did give a good fight, it was like the judge had already had his mind made up. Now, the next step is mediation scheduled for October & the divorce is scheduled to finalize in November. My question is, can he request a new judge at this point?? I am unsure why this judge is being so hard on him, he really is a good solid honest dependable man. I need some feedback quickly on this matter. Thanks in advance.
  • check your email NOW!!!! I'm being very serious, I can get you what you need. My divorce attny works with mens/father's rights groups all over michigan. She is an *** kicker on the highest level!
  • My brother just went though almost the same thing and he had Chris Swartz for Saginaw, MI. He fights for men too. My brother got all 3 of his kids and an awsome settlement. This lawyer is a quadiplagic (don't really know how to spell it but I think its close! lol). Mr. Swartz requires a small down payment and then he works with you on payments for the rest. He is fair with his proces and payments. He is awesome. Good Luck!
  • I'm not an attorney, but I did experience the same things when I divorced my first wife in michigan, the judge wouldn't even let me talk. that's why I got the heck out of michigan. I won't go through that again.
  • What is he crazy? She left him and he is paying her bills. Sounds like he needs a psychiatrist. Anyway, go to www.martindale.com and you can search for attorneys in your area and by area of specialty. Keep in mind...choosing an attorney should be like choosing a doctor...you wouldn't go to your gynecologist for a heart problem, correct?, pick your attorney the same way.
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  • My garage currently has no electricity. Its detached and I have to work on cars throughout the winter. I need a heater that would be safe to use while I work with chemicals like brake cleaner and things like that. The garage has adequate ventilation and is not finished i.e. no insulation. I live in Michigan so the winters are pretty cold. Normally between 5 and 20 degrees fahrenheit. Please help me out here. I wont have enough cash to get electricity installed until spring or summer. Thanks in advance and please no rude comments.
  • can you string an extension cord from the house?
  • Hi, 'J. Well, my fellow "Midwesterner", lets see. Only two types of heat are relevant, electrical or combustion-fuel. Since you don't have electricity out there, that's out, unless you get a generator. (I'd seriously look into getting some electricity out there from the main house, anyway, because of everything I want in the shop, lights, heat, tools, music, small fridge, etc., but that's preaching to the choir.) So then it's fuel heat. Fuel oil, LPG, coal, pellet, cobs, or just plain wood. The first two need some kind of manufactured burner, and the propane type can be had that's pretty good as "vent-free" (but I've never trusted that, personally). Burning pellets, cobs, or wood can be done in a home-made stove, just with wise placement, heat-shielding when necessary, and absolutely with great care as to the flue, which will get seriously hot. (Also good to keep an eye out for sparks floating out.) Downside for the "frontier" approach is, unlike say LPG, they can't just be put out for a bit while handling flammable stuff (like gasoline), then venting and reigniting. Can dodge that if using solvents/gas and venting before wood burning, or setting up an inside space a ways apart that's more openly vented but still at least keeps you out of the snow and wind. Dad used a "Franklin" pot-belly for many years, and the coffee pot on top. I've tended to use LPG, either a wall unit, or a "salamander", but always with a CO detector - and it would go off. Lots of trees? I'd really lean to a wood burner. Stay warm, safe, and have a happy holiday season.
  • Man, get some juice out there. Find some way to insulate it some, even with trash materials, but hopefully ones that aren't very flammable. Otherwise you'll spend more time messing with a stove or whatever than working. Radiant electric heaters seem to be the way to go, but you'll have to run heavy gauge wires out there to get enough juice. Michigan winters and the garage is unheated, unelectrified and uninsulated? What were you thinking? You need to get juice out there anyway, so you can use electric tools and lights.
  • Gas fired infrared space heaters but it take a wood stove to heat concrete......
  • We spent $30.000 and do not regret spending one dime of it. The money was well spent, everyone was happy and we have great memories! We did not incur in any debt, we paid for it cash. Good luck
  • Ok, first off, the wedding industry are the ones who put a dollar price on what you SHOULD spend on a wedding. I spent about 15,000 for 225 people. We cheaped it out a bit, but in the end, i wish I would of spent less, because its not about money or how fancy things are. go to www.apracticalwedding.com. It is a blog I read when I was engaged and it put my mind to ease and really made me stop and think that weddings are not a competition or a day to be fancy when you are not in every day life. It really made me feel better. Try to stop letting people and the industry control what your wedding day should be about.
  • You can still have a nice wedding and be cheap. My budget is around $4,000 if not less. We're only inviting 100 people or so. It's a one day thing. And what ever you dont spend on the wedding, you can use as a down payment for a house or your honeymoon. Hope this helps.
  • *My cousin paid 35k in 1996 for a NYC wedding and regrets it. *Her sister paid less than 30k in 2002 and regrets it. That was her budget and at 10pm the open bar turned into a cash bar and that offended key people, so she wished she went the small wedding route. *We paid $500 in 2001 for around 30 people. If we had to do it again, it would be more intimate w/half as many people. *Everyone I know regrets the expense of their weddings, except for one male cousin.
  • it depends on where you live. if you're in boston or LA or NYC, $15K doesn't buy much of a wedding. my parents are spending way too much on my wedding imho but my own budget is only 4 figures and we're not going above that 1 cent. so the things I'm paying for are low budget and the parts my parents are paying for are more lavish.
  • We spent around $25k. Most of that was the cost of feeding our guests at the reception (159 guests, $100 per person). The food and service was amazing, definitely worth the money and within our budget. I don't regret it at all.
  • Budget for 10,000. You'll end up over spending in the end.
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