Monthly Archives: September 2014

Limited Supply of Lemon Aid

We’re having problems with a used car we bought. What are our Lemon Law rights? Ohio’s “Lemon Law” only applies to new vehicles, and only those with problems during the first year or 18,000 miles. The law allows either a … Continue reading

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Bankrupting Your Ex

Should I care that my ex-wife just filed for bankruptcy? A bankruptcy filing by an ex-spouse is legally relevant to you only if you still have joint debts or joint assets or assets titled to the other. If so, you … Continue reading

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School Bus Traffic Whoas

Q: What is the rule on stopping for school buses? I see different drivers doing different things. A: The general rule is that drivers following or approaching a school bus that is stopped to pick up or drop off passengers, … Continue reading

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Laboring Away

Q: Why does Labor Day have parades? A:        From the very beginning, when a celebration of labor was first proposed in the 1880’s, Labor Day has always included parades. This was originally meant to demonstrate to strength and commitment of … Continue reading

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