Quilt Modest Means Program Profile

The Qualified Income Legal Team (QUILT) "Modest Means" Program was designed to help individuals & families who are "too rich" for free legal services and "too poor" to afford regular attorney fees. The QUILT MODEST MEANS PROGRAM IS NOT A FREE LEGAL SERVICE. There is a $30 application/referral fee at the time you apply AND you are responsible for paying the reduced attorney fees that apply to your specific case. To participate in the QUILT program, you MUST meet the financial eligility guidelines. Call to see if you qualify.

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QUESTIONS

  • who is required to pay the property taxes on a mobile home in a mobile home park? Is it the landlord's responsibility since he is the owner of the park, or the homeowner's responsibility?
  • what does the law say I must do if my wife dies during the night. we have a living will, power of attorney. donator list and we don't want heroic measures if there won't be s good out come. we want to be cremated (in paperwork) can I just drive her to the hospital etc?
  • I now live in Arizona I had full guardianship of my grandson in Michigan, We moved here with his mother,she now has moved out, been her for 8 months, how do I go about getting legal guardianship here, The mother is a drug addict ,supposedly not using,but do believe she does,without it showing, she wants guardianship back. Father lives in Ohio ,he hasn't had contact in two years,.
  • My ex-girlfirend attacked me with a crow bar and split open the back of my head and when I called the police they were trying to make it seem like I was the one who had done something wrong can I go to the police station on my own and file a report there? Also I wanted to know if I am able to go and make a report on my own will she be charged with anything?
  • When I first received my daughter's birth certificate (born in 2007) I did not notice it, but after having looked at it again, I noticed my birth date on her birth certificate is incorrect, how can I change it?
  • I am expecting a baby 8/1/11. The father & I are not married nor are we cohabiting, but we get along. What is the basic process for establishing custody and parenting time? Are we legally required to file something through the court? If so, how? I don't care how often he comes over to see us but his work schedule is unpredictable, so a pre-scheduled parenting time arrangment might not be feasible. How formal does a parenting agreement need to be? Are there flexible options available?
  • What are my rights to wage claims after being terminated by an employer?
  • We live in a small private property community with private roads. Every morning and afternoon we are over loaded and blocked in by parents using our neighborhood to drop off and pick up kids. They ignore all our signs and block anyone from getting in or out safely. We have buses that come and get our kids and they can’t get around the neighborhood because of the parking on both sides of the road. The street are more narrow as they are private and we pay for all up keep. We know we can block the roads off but what else can be done to get those people out and off our streets?
  • i have raised my 14 yr old son by myself since he was 1 year old. his mom left and i have not seen her in about 13 years. my problem is that i never signed the birth certificate. up until now i havent had any problems enrolling him in school but last year they told me i have till this upcoming school year to get on his birth certificate. i have no idea what steps i need to take to get this taken care of. his name is exactly my name so i think that should help. please help
  • who is responsible for vandalized property, the tenant or landlord ?

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