17 Burst results for "Michelle Fitzgerald"

"michelle fitzgerald" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"michelle fitzgerald" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Almost being that. I eat donuts to give power to even tries in this challenge to us doughnuts to her attack. Dogs listed. i. There's a line which we laughing you laugh at you and i just don't want you to cross that that's all i have to say about. That seems like a lovely person Like how can you like fellow using the donuts is like such innovation right. Like nobody else was like. Let me actually use something. I have at my disposal. You don't see monkey woman throwing bananas. Those dogs like third. It's absurd but also inherently everything that's happening is absurd. I found shows up to a great shot of her like in the dishes. Where she's got on. And i was like i hope. I want my superhero. Where's the person. I would support in my life. Whereas but that momma is horrible like reality tv tropes like all right. Let's make one of a person who is overweight and then she's incredible. That mama is the runner up of this season. Look like hoods. Some respect honor. Her name like scally tweets like michelle fitzgerald would not be the first person eliminated from the challenge with that mom. Not the first person eliminated from who wants to be a superhero. Here we go. I'm fully her biggest fan at this point. Did did fat momma come into this show and say hey that is my superior ordered fat momma up apply for this show and they said okay. You are going to be playing fat mama. No mama de that came with this okay auditioned. She had a jingle g. Spider man spider where she likes that mama fat mama. I'm here to save time. I'll take your food away with a song. That's branding so that mama is the runner up but she earns that spot as runner up because a lot of them didn't need them flesh out their powers i mean. She grows a five times normal size when angry. So she goes from fat momma to fatima and then eating a donut activates powers. She came in with a brand new team headed off. So as much as i think she should probably lay off some of the Tropes of being fat mother. Maybe you know there's a little bit just come out with that just a tad. But i do appreciate her doozy adam and i'm glad that she made it far in. I will say this. That mama was robbed. Correct also is on twitter jazz. The real fat momma adds twenty ten. But she's there. We're going to change that. You know on the rtp rewind. That is what we do. We dmz to pass the reality tv contestants. Easy anybody response to this day. No one has responded. I will deploy the dmz fat..

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"michelle fitzgerald" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"michelle fitzgerald" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"I often make fun of people who lose and then say they wouldn't a thing they did but despite rob what you've said here is still can't think of much that you could have changed if if you played the same game. One hundred times but immunity challenges were switched at the end. I feel like rob would've won ninety percent of them ninety of those. Unfortunately this isn't a choose your own adventure book. You don't get that luxury. Jenner went from being sick to winning two in a row and there was no way to foresee that many people at the time were mad at the outcome. I got all sorts of messages about that and people saying the jury should go into the reality. Tv hall of shame. They voted the wrong way. Even today on twitter Rob when you announced that we were going to be doing this podcast. They were tweets with people saying it was because it was a bitter jury and but it wasn't i realized even end. The jury voted the way. I want to see juries vote. Christie overcame her anger at the evil stepsister recognized. She had been outplayed. At least that's what she had explained Dina although she was stabbed in the back by jenner recognize the jenner was a better player. Rob knew that matt had not come prepared to play the game. The jury did not vote according to personality or emotion but according to who played the better game out of those two and that is why jenner. One and why rob lost we there. We are rob now eighteen years later. You have the answer to the question. I was wondering like what we. Why did i lose you. Ask the first words you spoke to me. Yeah yeah so yeah. I feel like that. Jenna has had. She played now. I feel like that people would stand her. I think that she would be she. I think she was like The the closest compares affiliate. She's like michelle fitzgerald. I feel the same way that the fans. I really love. Michelle like i feel. That's like kinda who is most like as a survivor winner. I mean i. I can't say that because michelle never moved out of that situation entirely maybe s but not with the scenes of her talking about. They hate me. Because i'm beautiful. I have a handicap as a model. I'm going to ignore the deaf person for as long as i can. You know all those things were what journeys those of us. At the time against her those they would not play well on social media at all points are made. Yeah they are fine so but if she were taking into a completely different situation you we we would have had to see so so yeah but Yeah so so there we have it and now you can sleep at night because you you know the answer one in so tired..

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"michelle fitzgerald" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"michelle fitzgerald" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"You comes. She's like whatever you guys want to do. I do that is what we're going to look. Let's be straightforward here. Your vote does not fanatic kindness and didn't matter what you said but also i do think even good position and he got you got smashed so much this episode smashed jimmy talk about the debt. I don't know how much the debt really exists. I think you know you're all working together. And it's it's a give and take throughout a working relationship in and allies. But my god if they ever was going to be debt match mash radio right now. It's so interesting. Because i also i'm looking at like we're gonna get people who have never met each other meeting at the merge here britain here and son to knee have never been on the same. Try before i think that really speak to. How hot awards underneath that. Because we talked about our nearest kind of had it set it up. Yeah but like also tyson incur- and have not been on a tribe with sean amy to use like it's so interesting to look at. We still have people who have yet to meet. despite through two tribes lobs three iterations of tribes. We still have about a quarter of the castle. Have yet to meet each other. And that's gonna be really fun as well. Because i think we've also been dreaming about what happens when these titans come together. No offense of the premer's casper like there are some very exciting people that i'm happy tonight. Other not only meet each other but also maybe strategically butt heads or you know. Have those two battering rams come at each other over the course of the post moore so that becomes maybe even ten eleven twelve battering rams by the end of it so some math of math today. Rainier one that she just picking points from all of us at six point five so he won this week. Here's a leaderboard as it stands. Santoni has again progress. Holy with five points to twenty six hearing went up to twenty one now with those three points we have tyson now on fifteen rainier on fifteen they leave a collar installed there on fourteen chaffee is now has gone to thirteen with an extra point. We have nephew on nine. Amien five smash on pre on to delete upon a dino risher on one shore on one and now we have on one so yes. I'm very interesting points. How does it miss. You only have no. We haven't seen a second week. She's she hasn't voted voted one time in the primer. And we were. We gave her plenty of points. In those first two episodes. She and carla won the chizzy together in episode actually ended up winning once we changed it to three to one. They tied on the one. That's how long ago that's how long it's been since we've seen esu. She like literally hasn't been around since moving to chizzy points. I would say what. I think persons report but like we always get perspective. Clearly important we get the confessionals but like she has not voted and she has not been around at all to give the points which is good for her because because there's a situation where like i think in both the In both new nine new now the one of those swap situations like she could have very easily been screwed there so like i think she is very happy that she michelle fitzgerald ing at right now and like barely going tribal councils. Maybe she's also spending her time like a hiding amongst the planes considering that that is her new favorite thing we have found out about. She's the plant mom. I think she's great. I love her so much. I want nothing but good things. I think you get it because i think he's long game. Yes he's been not very three much but she always go and she's doing something important during this whatever that is so maybe some more these points. But i think the fact that she's really impressive because you really hasn't been really strategically connecticut. You've been in the minority extra tribes. It hasn't been much of a warrior for her. She won her over to immunity island. It even through tj connections. That you've got there. Gordon violence that she hasn't yet been able to use like she's been she's been there like she's not purple by any means but like in terms of the cheesy. What could we do because you for.

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"michelle fitzgerald" Discussed on Spill it, Sister! Reality TV recaps with Ally

Spill it, Sister! Reality TV recaps with Ally

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"michelle fitzgerald" Discussed on Spill it, Sister! Reality TV recaps with Ally

"I think she's like never going to give up on the challenge until the challenge gives up on her. That's a good point loves it. so much. dr. Amy josh awesome. Loves the it this girl i don't know she's attorney from survivor. Romania and i see her name. Is amy her. Last name is a. l. u. p. e. I so i in her name is what i maybe. Em y so. She was on survivor. V romania an x factor. So i don't know you har- crazy hair-color yes like blue and different colors okay. She's a romanian musical artists. Oh okay they always throw some ringers in there a jew and then they find these people. His name is mark byron. I do not know who he is. He's from the uk Mark byron. yeah so. I don't really rather uk or yeah. Okay that makes sense said kay. I'm kyle is also in quarantine which i'm down for. Omar byron got a nose job. Oh he's also really Fig onto the veneers. Yeah he He definitely like goes to see. Kyle's yeah dr There's there's a guy named kells and it looks like. He is an athlete out of the uk although he kind of goes back and forth and he was on too hot to handle season one. So we've got alot. I should know him. Oh yeah. I recognize him yeah. He's a cutie. There are so many. I like no way they all make it. Ed rather run with a lot of random does. But we've been kind of saying that we need some like fresh meat up in here. So ed from the circle. Do you remember him. Who came with his mom. Yes i do a so he is supposed to be there jeremiah. White from love island season two has gotten a call. Kay my gosh. Ceo many newbies. This is what we need though like. We need them to be single ready to mingle party. Like i needed all mish. Michelle fitzgerald on. Maybe big brother is what it looks like. She because janelle follows her in some other big brother. People follow her michelle. Fitz-gerald ring a bell. She doesn't like say who where she's from in her bio Survivor okay. i would not just said. Michelle's from survivor millennials versus gen x. It's set it on there and she one now. This is a different michelle survivor. That's different michelle. Sorry that michelle wu will be on there. She got a call as well as casey. But this michelle it's m. i c. h. e. l. e. That's what i'm looking at l. Show is has michelle fitzgerald. One l. is the sole survivor of survivor row. Coa wrong okay and masao. The shell shubert. Who was on american. Ninja warrior and former castaway survivor. Thirty three is the other michelle. So we have to michelle's which could get confusing and they're both survivor. Michelle's yeah and so. I mean there are so many more but like it just goes on will be here all day if we talk about. Everybody is pretend they're all just rainbows. Yeah i mean like amber be is on the list priscilla from love island uk. We don't know her. Jay said was released from quarantine There are some guy named gobbo who is from warsaw shore. He looks like the next turbo. I have no idea who he is. It's going to be interesting to know. Guard shaq turbo carbo..

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"michelle fitzgerald" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"michelle fitzgerald" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Numbers to 6 to 53 to 3600 actually 432 604 3 to 3600 gonna put you on the spot here talking about complex Divorces do you have? Ah, have one that will you thought was the most complex ever. You know, in the 20 years I've done this. I've had several different kinds. Sure, you know again, and it gets to be the part where there's you know, the more higher end, you know, asset, um The divorce the business valuation and then structuring that buyout s O. You know, the person that is going to continue. The business doesn't have $5 million laying around true, you know, buy him out, you know, buy it out, so that might be done through offsetting other assets. Whether it's you know the home or whether it's Payout over five years or you know that kind of thing. So Um, you know, and then e. Think parties sometimes make the case more complex, right? By focusing on lots of, I guess, minor issues. You know that. My you know, surround this this, you know, no complex situation. Um, but I would say nothing is unsolvable. You know, we can We'll break it down will, you know, analyze it, And we will, you know, have a, you know, look at several options and solutions, and that's why I want one of our taglines is Having creative solutions. Well, that's what you know you brought this up many times as being a mediator. You could always find a way to to solve these problems. That's right. That's right. And it's better than having that judge who's really a third party. Stranger. You know, in your life having to make decisions. They don't know you. And depending on how one of you might testify at a contested hearing, which we call trial. You know, may turn the tables. I've seen that many times. Sure. Something like that could turn the table can never trust the judge. Well, you know, And you can't trust the clients, either. You might think that, you know Well, how they're gonna what they're going to say what they're gonna do, Um And some little extra tidbit comes out or something. No, some way that they testified comes returnable. Yeah, Where did that come from? Right so something. It's always better because then what each party has is there there? Um, you know, best compromised solution that they can live with, right versus you Know, one party being vulnerable thing better, you know, because the judge made a ruling that neither one of them likes since you know, so I could see that next time We'll continue this conversation that in our next segment coming up in a in a couple of weeks We got a minute or so here to go something you pick some interest, You know? How do we get a hold of it and just take us through that process the first couple of days. Four weeks. In terms of you know, we're getting a hold of you. Oh, sorry. Of course. I report number 2624323600 and website as horizons law dot com We typically start with a with a short phone console. You know, 15 20 minutes. Make it roll, you know, friendly get in, usually within a week or so. And just see if it's something that you want to pursue further or or that you would find. It is a good match for your situation. Um, I Well, I don't. Why do you think of every problem is solvable? Everyone's situation is a little different. So even though your friend might say, Well, this is what my attorney did your situation because of your fax. Maybe just a little bit different than that friends. You know our neighbors. Situation, so it's always helpful to just have that discussion. If you're in the middle of it. We also do a review of the coaching and consulting part of it to where you could just pay for maybe a second opinion. Just you know, much like a doctor's office. Um and ah, you know, so all that's very worthwhile and do it before. If you're going on going it alone, And you think you know everything. You don't know what you don't know. So paying for a one hour review, for instance of Hey, this is our agreement. But before we finalize that Any red flags that you might see. That is so worth that one hour of time. The Internet is a great thing to but don't rely on it. Absolutely. Please absolutely download documents that kind of well, you might have a well intending attorney friend or C p A friend again. Their experience is limited to their own little tunnel. What they've experienced right? So unless you know you've done this for a long time, you just don't No again what you don't know? And you don't know what they don't know. So it's best to have that second opinion or that review. Always great to have any Michelle Fitzgerald with Horizons Law group We will talk to in a couple of weeks. Thank you. Experts you can trust on news talking 11 30 Wi has said more coming up and I know a game of commercial chicken brought to you by progressive where we see how long flow could go without talking about insurance ready? Go. Hey, Um, I guess we should talk about something. How's the Vermicelli game in your town got any good Vietnamese restaurants..

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"michelle fitzgerald" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"michelle fitzgerald" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"This is when he was living in North Carolina and and I know each state is different. They were allowed three attempts. Theo to fix his brand new car and and they never did find the problem. So they did replace the car. So yeah, you could check each. Each state is different. It's it's different s. Oh, well, let's get into background checks. Yeah. So the Fair Credit Reporting act is where that falls under. And if you do apply for credit for whatever purchase or what have you If you are denied the credits, and that law says that you are to be provided a copy of that, Um, you know, uh, credit report that they pulled it from, you know, the Big three. You know Equifax experience transient, Ian. Um, they might not pull a small three. They could pull it from one but wherever they pulled up from your internal to get a copy of it, and everyone and this is important for you for your listeners to jot down as well. Everyone wants a year to, um, pull it free credit report. But it is that and you will credit report that come A and and you l Credit report that that I'm sorry. It's not common. Backed out. I have to look that up. But that is the one that is the quote unquote free one. There is a website frequent reports calm, but that is not the government sponsored free free wanted Daniel credit report dot com and I want to throw. I'm sorry to throw you this curve. But, you know, I see the commercials where If I log onto this website, they will They'll increase my credit score. How is that possible? Yes, A lot of that is, you know it is marketing and things like that. Um, I mean, they're going to give you like three or 44 points. Really gonna make any difference, But you gotta be careful with that kind of stuff. Yes, Yes, It's um yes, It's not the No, It's not the what it what it probably is. I mean, there are service. There are legitimate services out there that will help you repair your credit on that we could go on a hold. Sure. Topic about that. But essentially, you know, it's paying off. You know some of the smaller items maybe your past two, which is the simplest thing to do to repair credit and paying your bills on time way kind of talked a little bit about it earlier, so we got a minute or so if the repossession of a vehicle just briefly run down that Yeah. So whether you have a new or used vehicle if it's the vehicle if you're behind on payments, the the lender whoever gave you the loan, But thanks Is allowed to take it back, and it's called a rip Levin. You know they're taking back. Um, but you know there again, too, If the transaction for that purchase is less than 25,000, that kind of circles back to that top on Uh, they have tol follow certain legal procedure to do that. They can't just come and take it. Unfortunately, it's the whole transaction of the purchase is over 25. Only needed something I noticed when they come and take it. They don't have to do the actual legal process. So there's um you know the but I have had clients where I've been able to I'll point out this law and part the remedies is that they know Mike. It's a vehicle back and have that underlying That obligation avoided as the penalty to encourage the lender to follow the You know the law on another practices. So you picked a lot of interest out there. I'm sure Michelle Fitzgerald with horizons log room. How did we get a hold of you? No horizons law dot com or 2624323600. Well, hopefully next time we'll have you right in the studios.

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"michelle fitzgerald" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"michelle fitzgerald" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"To 43 to 3600 lot of times. When we talk, we talk. We chat about divorce. But this time around, you wanted to change it up a little bit and talk about consumer rights, and you sent me a little brief outline. So let's get right into it writes in respect to credit transactions under $25,000 Tell us about that. Yeah. You know the our consumer laws, I think, in fact a lot of us on a daily basis, and we don't often times, you know, realize that but you know, it's it could be a stressful when it happened, but Um, you know, so so anything that if you apply for a loan, uh, you know credit transactions, whether it's a via cologne and now, of course vehicles. A lot of the new ones are over 25,000. But You're getting a. The law was written a while ago. But if you have Ah alone that it's under 25,000 when it was Put into place. There's quite a quite a few protections in place and our state of Wisconsin also has additional protection. Um, if there's certain problems with the contract that there's certain You know, deceptive practices, things like that the contracts and be avoided. Um, you know, there's different, different things like that once. It's over 25,000. No, it's it's You know, a time The law was written, it was seemed to be that there might be One who is more financial resources and more, you know, Financial seven. It's about them and that it needs a protection so the law may need to be updated. You know, T o some degree, but that's a big one. Um, you know, another one, um, you know to was the When you have a credit card, and you're not happy with the service. If you have paid for the service on your credit card on, do you? You have up to 60 days, you know, to make a dispute with your credit card company and Have that beer, you know, be what's called, like a charge back. The credit card company first will want to make sure that you have attempted to work out the situation with the, um you know, with the Business often times. Um it works easier with the product isn't the defective product or, you know you didn't see what you were supposed to in the Merchant isn't willing to work with you. Um, that's easier to have the students and let's say a service because you re likely did receive the service s. Oh, that's a little harder to dispute. It's always good to talk to him because a lot of times you can work out a deal with him, right? That's right. That's right. Um, you know, And then, um I'm kind of jumping towards the end here, but one big issue right now. And when people are facing a lot of dead, especially if you're at a job, you know, out of a job temporarily with, you know, coronavirus or what have you Um, is, uh, you know, debt collection practices and debt collection practices. Also the fear death. Collection practice law for the federal government and a lot of protections there. People don't realize if you are not able to pay You can actually stay to the creditor. Please do not contact me. You know any further about this at this time? Pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. So we'll tell my clients are callers that write that down and say those words? And then write down the name of the You know, credit card company that placed the call on the date that you told him that then if they call again each time a call, you know later. You could repeat that. But then Jack down the date and time that they called again so each time that they call after you told them that Is a violation of the fair debt collection practices that they still have consumed know they still have rights to pursue whether it's other legal collection efforts. You know, through the court system or what have you, But at least it was stop the harassment And, um you know extra calls that maybe, you know, stressing and wearing on you when you know you can't pay at the moment. We are chatting with Michelle Fitzgerald. She's with horizons Law group before we go any further. Is there anything I can do about Heather? Who continues to call me to talk about reducing my credit card debt? You know those robo calls? Hi. This is writer. They get me every time because I think it's really really somebody there her under another, You know, area you know, regarding those those telemarketing calls. I know they don't stop. Everything but all that all. You could do that, as possibly, you know, report that I get a lot about my car warranty. Which is a weird one, um, coming from different numbers, of course. But yeah, that's possible that they're different area of the consumer law. Except you brought up a car and he's I'm always confused with lemon law. Let's get through that. Yes, it really applies to new cars only. I know sometimes people will buy a used car. And then so many days or weeks later have issues and falls under the lemon law. It is not. It really only affect the new cars, which, um No have a lot to that that they need to, you know, do do their diligence to try to repair the issue. But after so many attempts if they really can't On the losses that you know that they need to either replace or refund of the vehicle. Um it's generally replaced because that's generally more economical for the Um, you know, for the company and it really goes to the manufacturer. Not necessarily this dealer. Um, you know, cheaper for them to replace the vehicle and it is to refund you know the purchase price. Mm hmm. But yet so the lemon on it's again. It's it's newer cars. It's so money. Um, you know, attempts to fix the same type of issue whether to drive train or you know something like that. But of course you know that, um The car manufacturers do a lot of testing themselves, and they hope not to have that issue. But you know, we see recalls and things like that come out from time to time. And so my my brother in law actually had this stuff..

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"michelle fitzgerald" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"michelle fitzgerald" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Your listeners to jot down as well. Everyone wants a year to, um, pull it free credit report. But it is that an you will credit report that come A and and you l Credit report that that I'm sorry. It's not common. Backed up. I have to look that up. But that is the one that is the quote unquote free one. There is a website frequent reports calm. But that is not the government sponsored free free one. Its annual credit report dot com and I want to throw. I'm sorry to throw you this curve. But, you know, I see the commercials where If I log onto this website, they will They'll increase my credit score. How is that possible? Yes, A lot of that is, you know it is marketing and things like that. Um, I mean, they're going to give you like three or 44 points. Really gonna make any difference, But you gotta be careful with that kind of stuff. Yes, Yes, it's some. Yes, It's not the No, It's not the what it what it probably is. I mean, there are service. There are legitimate services out there that will help you repair your credit on that we could go on a hold. Sure. Topic about that. But essentially, you know, it's paying off. You know some of the smaller items that may be your past two, which is the simplest thing to do to repair credit and paying your bills on time, But we can't. Yeah, we kind of talked a little bit about it earlier, So we got a minute or so if the repossession of the vehicle just briefly run down that Yeah. So whether you have a new or used vehicle if, um, if the vehicle if you're behind on payments, the lender whoever gave you the loan, But thanks Is allowed to take it back, and it's called a rip Levin. You know they're taking back. Um, but you know, there again, too. It's a transaction for that purchase is less than 25,000 that kind of circled back to that top on Uh, they have tol follow certain legal procedures to do that. They can't just come and take it. Unfortunately, it's the whole transaction of the purchase is over 25. Only needed something I noticed when they come and take it. They don't have to do the actual legal process. So there's um you know the it but I have had clients where I've been able to I'll point out this law and part the remedies is that you know, Mike, it's a veal go back and have that underlying That obligation avoided as the penalty to encourage the lender to follow the You know the law on another practices. So you picked a lot of interest out there. I'm sure Michelle Fitzgerald with horizons log room. How did we get a hold of you? No horizons law dot com or 2624323600. Well, hopefully next time we'll have you right in the studios with us. It would be great. Thanks a lot. Michelle. Thank you. Michelle Fitzgerald. He's with Horizons Law Group on Newstalk. 11 30. W why? I said it is experts you can trust. It's Eddie. And even though campaign season this year is a bit different from the past, I've still got my eyes on a new West Wind. Six person don't tent at bass pro shops and Cabela's. This thing looks incredible. It's only £22..

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"michelle fitzgerald" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

07:36 min | 2 years ago

"michelle fitzgerald" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Group. They're based in Brookfield. Michelle Fitzgerald. She is the owner. And, of course, lawyer. Big G's loader over its price is longer. Michelle, How are you today? Good. How you does that. Seeing your card? You're doesn't say big cheese log like now. Can you tell us a little bit about horizons Lager? Yet myself. I do a lot of state planning, probate and family law, including divorce, mediation, and we have attorneys that also cover from that area's bankruptcy. Foreclosure, stood alone items things like that. Last time we talked, We chatted a little bit about trusts and wills and probate. And this time we're going to talk a little bit about getting into Will second marriages in probate. Now, if there's not a will, what happens? Yes, The second marriages are the most. I would think you know, complicated, You know, planning they don't have to be, but because when people start thinking about it It kind of stops him that dead in their tracks. But I'll tell you, it's it's Carrie. If you don't do any planning, because this may not be what people want if there's no Plan in place and it's a second marriage. Our law are intestate law. We call it Says 50% does go to the new spouse. But the other 50% of your assets go to the Children of you know your your first marriage. What you know is what people think would have happened. You still want to leave some to the Children and some to the spouse. With a will or a trust you Khun name and however you wish to name it That said, You can't say everything goes to the kids. Because there are spoke well writes in certain you know, provision under law. So, But the trust itself, I say, is definitely in a second marriage situation better. Most people think about well I definitely want the house or or you know, available to my spouse. Whichever sparkles. You know, it's first. And but then, later pants on you? No to the kids or my half to the kids or things like that. And So trust connection company that it can say that here's the plan after one of us passes away, and then here's what happens to the assets after the second, you know person is passed away. Which still allows them than to pass. To the kids later and also be mindful if there's let's say two sets of theirs, you know Children from the husband and Children from the wife or, you know we could. Still That plan can be very detailed in terms of Maybe different assets go in different directions and that kind of thing. So whereas the will Ah, a lot of times, people say, Well, let's make sure we get the house in both our names. And if they do nothing else that's going to take care of the house, but it does not. Goal for the rest of the planning. For instance, the joint ownership just says One person passes to go to the other person and a story that person then. You know it's theirs, and then the laws would follow their family. It's in terms of how it would pass that there's no other Document with the will or the trust. Um it's limited in planning if you don't Set up, you know the will of the trust and again. The difference with that is that the trust can have that long term holding and then distribute later, whereas the will pretty much says where it goes. And doesn't really have a long term, you know, planning or holding ability, of course. And we talked in our last episode that the will also really goes to probate. Be nice for your heirs to have, you know, Avoid that long process. Is this when you When you mention something like the trust on is this the say, say, I want to have my son. When he turns 25 get this amount of money. Is that what you're talking about? Yeah, You could say that on deacon say that held for them, You know, you know, maybe answer. So are whatever it's going to be the trustee and watch over the funds until you know each child turns 25 that kind of thing. We are able to do that. We we do have like sort of a stripped down Children's traffic hook call it with with with a will plan. And so we could still have things point to a location for the kids outside a will and not have to go through probate. It's a little sort of. I don't call it a cheat. A way of getting around it with it. It is, but it's still more of appointing saying where a card last time where you have to then make sure everything points to the Children's peace. Whereas in a revokable trust everything is already under the trust now, like the umbrella concept already owned, and then the plan is in the trust. Um So, yeah, I mean, whenever possible. We try to make sure that We can, you know, help clients avoid the probably part process, but still Follow a plan whether it's like you just mentioned holding the fun until they're a certain age. We can even say you know, half of 25 the other half of 30, you know, maybe they should. Defeat. What and it made some mistakes, and now they get second hand. I see what you're saying. That's actually a really good idea. Let's let's talk about business. I would assume that would get very complicated. Right. So a lot of you know, if you run I run a small business, You know? How does that intertwined? The business obviously would still stay, you know, owned under the LLC or the incorporated business. But the plan can still talk about in the you know in the trust. We know what happens to the business. The business documents themselves can refer to the You know the trust. If you know it's it's planning is coordinated that way. In terms of the succession and, you know, planning for that. So it all stays private and you know, allows the transfer without you know the business. NASA itself having to be under the probate because it was honed by the person who passed away. You know, it's still allows it to go through. That private process So yeah, it's good for that. Um, you know, we feel like people that you know if they have, you know, Lake properties or, you know, as I mentioned Before you know the people get older. A trust is nice, because again, it's more private. Have adult child take over. The only thing there with a second marriage on this topic is that You know, you might want some checks and balances on so We might have, um, you know the backup trustee instead of it Being one no adult child, it might be A cold trustee, one child from each that's going Yeah, with a second marriage, right? You want to make sure little checks and balances that kind of thing, especially for trying to make sure the coordinated plan We're assets are going to go. One second smiles passes. That could be a number of years in between where you know the the assets are manage and You know, we've all heard horror stories. You know, peanut, where with one person's A trustee and another child is the health care. Uh, Agent? Um One spouse passes.

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News Talk 1130 WISN

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"michelle fitzgerald" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

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News Talk 1130 WISN

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"michelle fitzgerald" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

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"michelle fitzgerald" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"michelle fitzgerald" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Give you tips, you know, in between meetings? Yeah. Uh, forgive me for being ignorant on this in this mediation. Ah, option. You're talking about one mediator. And now do the do the parties. Both have their own lawyers normally or tell me tell me a little bit about that they can. It's really up to their You know their option in general. Um, I would say, probably about half the party's 50% of my couples where at least one side doesn't have that. Ah, lawyer sort of coaching or advising them behind the scenes kind of in between our meetings so that They're getting that that coaching your advice. Um, and then sometimes will have the lawyers. You know what time the sessions But in general, it sort of better if they just kind of held him help coach him along the way. Versus having it seem lopsided that there may be one attorney the room, but the other one doesn't have one or that kind of thing and mediations, really a free safe zone. I call it where they can toss out ideas. And come up with some solutions, but no one is committed to it. The court actually says any settlement or discussions like that are not admissible evidence in court later if they don't reach an agreement. But I'm going to tell you the 19/90 percent of couples dio reach agreement because after being able to hear the other side and in the immediate ER isn't you know, in charge of sort of, you know, regulating that discussion, asking more questions, helping people get past positions talking about Concerns or, you know things that can be addressed to help. You know, ease their concerns about whatever proposals being offered before they get to you. And I'm just going to throw this out there. What about counselling? Do you ever suggest, Hey, why don't you guys just go through counseling first? So that might come up. Absolutely absolutely. I've actually head with mediation that, uh, it's a different process, you know, than the traditional divorce and so because there are a lot of questions, and you actually sort of Because the way the processes these party gets, you know is able to speak. They start to kind of recognize some of the poor dynamics that they've been having and go. Oh, okay. Aah! I do need to listen or whatnot. You know what? It might make him ago. Okay, Well, maybe it could give marriage counseling to try. If if I have to do this, you know, learn this part about myself. Anyway, here. I have seen that and lets you know it could be another side benefits. You know of the media and in general. Even when the cut couples completed, they still have that valuable way of now learning to listen to each other and helping them. It helps them in the future. Immensely be able took for little things that come up like with the kids or with the family or what have you in the future, whereas in the traditional process, leaving things a little better, even though they settled it. You know, that's kind of always hangs with, um, so there's a lot of intangible value to the mediation process itself. Always great information. Always great tips from Michelle Fitzgerald. She's attorney mediator and owner of Horizons Logger based here in Brookfield, their telephone numbers to 6 to 43 to 3600 the website. Check it out..

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"michelle fitzgerald" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

06:55 min | 2 years ago

"michelle fitzgerald" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Bring together some of the best experts in their particular fields every week, and today is no soap. No different. We're bringing in a good friend of ours. Attorney Michelle Fitzgerald. She's with Horizons Law group. They're based in Brookfield. Their telephone number is 262 432 3600 and the website is horizons law dot com. Well, hello, Michelle. How are you today? Good. How are you? I am doing great. We're going to talk last week. The last time we talked about cohabitating and an enrichment of unmarried couples, and we're going to talk about something else a little different. We'll talk about separating and divorcing. We'll get into that. But first tell us a little bit about Horizons Law group. Sure we are looking in Brookfield, and we service several areas that you know for the I guess. Average consumer. Will's in the states and the state planning, probate, divorce separation. And then some financial areas, including bankruptcy, foreclosure, defense, dude alone mitigation, things like that, And you have a number of causes, of course, attorneys that that deal with that and we've talked about this before you're handling the Kobe situation, right, right. Right? Exactly. Yes, I don't do all those areas I have Attorney says that you know, we kind of specialize in different areas here. Um And yeah, of course we offer Do meetings phone in person with math, Their You know, whatever the comfort level is, you know for for for clients. Yes, we talked about cohabitating and and unjust. Enrichment for unmarried couples is a matter of fact. I had one of our listeners call you about that, anyway. It's kind of fun, but this week really cover special circumstances married couples thinking of separating and divorcing. Ah have to go through. Well, let's start off with that. Yeah. You know, one topic that comes up a lot, obviously is, you know the home and getting approval for financing and of course, right now. Pushing the spring and summer. When that happens, there's the market. The real estate market is happening fast. We had to put offers then and things like that. So it's you know, it's a stressful time, but and can be concerning. How do we make that happen? And getting the house up for sale. But then also getting you know an offer and another home. You generally have about six weeks to do it. All you know from when an offer comes in, and then you're moving out and hopefully moving into your new Ah residents so Couple different things. You know, It's funny because the mortgages and the lending really go by debt to income ratio, and when you're married Still married, even if it's the case is pending. It is based on you know the income, so when you're married, it's going to be tied to the other spouse. And so that we really haven't broken down in different Different concerns that may be facing a couple so If there's You don't want the new purchase to be tied to the other spouse. And you're going to be able to be approved on your own income. Which is the case for a lot of couples. Um, the, uh, one way to do that is a form called alienation of interests. And doesn't that sound weird? Um, but it's it's actually recording a document that gets recorded at the Register of D's office that indicates that even though the parties have adores pending or legal separation We? Ah, The one spouse is taking no interest in this asset because they already have a signed agreement. We call that the marital settlement agreement. That we would have worked out either in our mediation with a couple or the, uh, you know, limited assistance, or what have you and Ah and then we get that recorded. So that they can close and purchased at home and not have it tied under the marital property laws to the other spouse in terms of the debt, mainly that we're talking about And then if the other party let's say is keeping the marital home and refinancing. We would do it for that property as well. And that way they you know, mortgage lenders in general will say, Oh, well, we could do this, and then you're supposed to sign this. And then you just have to record something later to show you know that they're not on there, but sometimes that involves having to do another refinancing. So in today's market because the rates are so low, you wouldn't want to have to refinance again, right? Because you want to keep the rate that you're you know, you're tryingto. I have today. So Dan is one of the big you know, I guess hot items world this summer and especially the last Last month here that we've been doing quite a bit so it is possible it Sometimes I just have Tio work with the lender, tto gett ITT to their underwriting and had them understand the process and once they do It's no problem. It's just that lenders in general don't you know? Know this kind of process or circumstance or that document what it's called and how it works. But the underwriters, dude So they want to get it to them. They work out just fine. So that is one special circumstance that I would say that alienation of interests which works for refinances, as well as I get it, you know, separating and buying and separate households you know, during Ah during the divorce or separation. The other thing is this that I had a client who would even with high income having trouble refinancing once a case is filed, or once we have an agreement reached in this And it's the issue with high income in and perhaps one starts not working. There may be no payments, obviously, for child support, or or maintenance, spousal support. Back and then affect the debt to income racial. We've actually seen cases where A person earning the high income is having a harder time. Getting approval for financing, then the person who isn't really working, but they can claim the child support and mortgage or serious in supposing, sport. For their income for the mortgage. That. Ah, it's kind of a quirky situation. So sometimes you could do pre planning because they could look at working through the finances and discussing Hey, is it better to Do the refinancing. And or, you know, buy that second house or what have you for the other party? Then we filed the case. And and then that way..

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"michelle fitzgerald" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"michelle fitzgerald" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"John, with us on the line is Michelle Fitzgerald. She's with Horizons Law group. They're based in Brookfield. I'm gonna get you the contact immigration right now. Other website is horizons law dot com and the telephone number is 262432 3600. Hey, Michelle, How are you today? Fantastic. Last time we were talking about cohabitating and pre nups and legal rights, and we're gonna continue that conversation. But first tell us a little bit about Horizons Law group. Yeah, We help consumers in divorce, state planning, probate and a lot of financial areas, including bankruptcy, student loan issues and foreclosure defense for homeowners. Last time around we were talking about and beyond divorce. We're talking about cohabitating and and prenups and legal rights. Why did you kind of recap? What we talked about? Right. So with clap cohabitating and not being married, it's an agreement that parties can make that will still talk about their financial arrangement. Whether it's for the shared home our expenses for things. You know, pre nups, obviously, for party, a couple who are about to be married and actually could do it after marriage to just, you know, call the marital agreement at that point, very similar terms. And and if you don't do either one of those illegal rights that may be available to parties who did not get married, and that basically is what's called unjust enrichment. If they're married. They have rights to 50 50. Ah, split of assets and support, But they don't if you're at a point tactics and the relationship and I don't have the marriage license. Really a theory of unjust enrichment. If there's no written agreement, or you know anything like that, so It's complicated to folks there together and not married, right? It is, you know it. It certainly can be so And I said yes And no, I mean a couple recently who thought it would be and we went through all their all their goals. And that's what I mentioned in the last episode is talking to a neutral attorney like a mediator to sort of Have both parties. Viewpoint, you know, discussed and see what um you know, common goals would would be and how we could help them. Andi even help him sort through. The different goals are different concerns, right? But they in the end decided that they didn't have to do anything. Really. It was, we end up just honing in on how they titled The home that they're going to be sharing. So they decided not to. You know they're not getting married at this point, and their solution, while at first seemed very complicated to them. Ended up being a sort of a simple resolution in Ah and how we titled the home that they're going to share so that they both retained their independent interest. So sometimes it's best just to keep them separate. Yeah. You know, that's what, what? They ended up, you know, viewing was the best for their situation. Um, and yeah, So it ended up being that that was their only you know individuals. Are there concerns you know, as they move forward in the inn in that example, they also had Each had Children from, you know, prior marriages. They wanted to make sure that that they're here of the interest was still going para fund to their Children. So it also actually involved some No discussion on the estate planning side for them as well to make sure you're all flowed. The way that they had, or they both would anticipate. So you know again, it kind of gets back to the complicated view. But yet it can be simple. If it was just gonna break it down for the parties and those those different Aspect. I was going then we're talking about titling. Ah, last time around and this time around. What about something like like a car or they buy a boat or or cottage up north. Yeah, So again. There, too. Titling isn't is important. So whether, and that itself has a little bit of complication to it, because you can put both parties names on. But if you say joined then if something happens to one party in terms of you know, the state Dining side. The joint means that just goes to the other party whose remaining and that may not be what they want in terms of their state plan, so having it be will be called tenants in common, or perhaps You know, under a trust with their their interests that are clearly defined. My may be the best the best way to do that, because then they still retain their independent share our interests that can still Pass on a follow their You know their state plan. People should be aware that you know, pre nups really don't cover everything right? Yeah, they really don't. You know, I mentioned their last couple weeks ago. There's a new case that came out that the parties had a prenup. They're now in divorce court. And did it worth court essentially set aside the prenup and Ah, there's a complicated legal analysis for that, but Just essentially said At this point, it would be fair for the one party the growth of the assets that one pretty had that was phenomenal the child and sacrifices that one pretty maid and I'll just different kinds of things that that occurred. That was under Chapter 766 which is the divorce code. That's where the authority of the divorce court comes into play, while the pre nups are drafted under Chapter 766 which is our marital property code. And people under that have the right to say they don't want everything to be Visible marital property, which is fine, but the divorce court under 767 can always review it for fairness at that time. Chatting with them. Michelle Fitzgerald. She's with horizons. Log off their website is horizons with an.

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"michelle fitzgerald" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"michelle fitzgerald" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Hey, Michelle, How are you today? Fantastic. Last time we were talking about cohabitating and pre nups and legal rights, and we're gonna continue that conversation. But first tell us a little bit about Horizons Law group. Yeah, we help consumers in divorce, state planning, probate and a lot of financial areas, including bankruptcy, student loan issues and for kosher defense for homeowners. Last time around, we were talking about and beyond divorced. We're talking about cohabitating and and prenups and legal rights. Why did you kind of recap What we talked about? Right. So with clap cohabitating and not being married, it's an agreement that parties could make that will still talk about their financial arrangement. Whether it's for the shared home our expenses for things. You know, pre nups, obviously, for party, a couple who are about to be married and actually could do it. After marriage to just you know, she called a marital agreement at that point, very similar terms. And and if you don't do either one of those illegal right that may be available to parties who did not get married, and that basically is what's called unjust enrichment. If they're married. They have rights to 50 50. Ah, split of assets and support, But they don't if you're at a point active and the relationship and I don't have the marriage license. Really a theory of unjust enrichment. If there's no written agreement, or you know anything like that, so it's complicated to folks there together and not married, right? It is, you know it. It certainly can be so And I said yes And no, I mean a couple recently who thought it would be and we went through all their all their goals. And that's what I mentioned in the last of this sort of talking to a neutral attorney like a mediator to sort of Have both parties. Viewpoint, you know, discussed and see what um you know, common goals would would be and how we could help them. Andi even help him sort through. The different goals are different concerns, right? But they in the end decided that they didn't have to do anything. Really. It was, we end up just honing in on how they titled The home that they're going to be sharing. So they decided not to. You know they're not getting married at this point, and their solution, while at first seemed very complicated to them. Ended up being a sort of a simple resolution in Ah and how we titled the home that they're going to share so that they both retained their independent interest. So sometimes it's best just to keep him separate. Yeah. You know, that's what, what? They ended up, you know, viewing was the best of their situation. Um, and yeah, So it ended up being that that was their only you know individuals. Are there concerns you know, as they move forward in the end, in that example, they also had Each had Children from, you know, prior marriages. They wanted to make sure that That their share of the interest was still going to pass on to their Children. So it also actually involved some, You know discretion on the estate planning side for them as well to make sure you're all flowed. The way that they had, or they both would anticipate. So you know again, it kind of gets back to the complicated view. But yet it can be simple if they were just going to break it down for the parties and those those different Aspect. I was going then we're talking about titling. Ah, last time around and this time around. What about something like like a car or they buy a boat or or cottage up north. Yeah, So again there, too. Titling ism is important so whether, and that itself has a little bit of complication to it, because you can put both parties names on. But if you say joined then if something happens to one party in terms of you know, the state Dining side. The joint means that just goes to the other party whose remaining and that may not be what they want in terms of their state plan, so having it be will be called tenants in common, or perhaps You know, under a trust with their their interests that are clearly defined. My may be the best the best way to do that, because then they still retain their independent share our interests that can still Pass on a follow their You know their state plan. People should be aware that you know, prenups really don't cover everything right? Yeah, they really don't. You know, I mentioned that our last episode of weeks ago There's a new case that came out that the parties had a prenup. They're now in divorce court. And the fourth quarter century set aside the prenup and Ah, there's a complicated legal analysis for that, but Just century said At this point, it would be fair for the one party the growth of the assets that one pretty had. There was phenomenal the child and sacrifices that one party made and I'll just different kinds of things that that occurred. That was under Chapter 766 which is the divorce code. That's where the authority of the divorce court comes into play while the pre nups are drafted under Chapter 7 66 which is our marital property code. People under that have the right to say they don't want everything to be Visible marital property, which is fine, but the divorce court under 767 can always Review it for fairness at that time chatting with the Michelle Fitzgerald. She's with horizons. Log off their website is horizons with an S.

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"michelle fitzgerald" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"michelle fitzgerald" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"We know what it would cover And you know, because one party might be a little leery of making sacrifices were thinking. Well, of course I'm going to get Compensation later, but you actually won't Unless there's some kind of agreement or a marriage. You know where the courts could consider all those things. So, Yeah, it's definitely a consideration. And you know, I actually go into this a little further in our second episode this month, But you know the even with you if you have a prenup, which is under Chapter 766 The doors court under Chapter 767 Can Decided that it set that aside or demon to be unfair years later, if ah, lot of the circumstances have changed. Ah, recent case just came out about that. So that's uh, a little interesting fact there as well. What you're basically saying is, you know before you even get into a cohabitating arrangement is probably best of maybe contact you A and D get to get this all worked out. Yeah, you know, again, I do a lot of mediation and, you know, working with parties together, you know, as a neutral attorney, whether on the front end or the back end is really key. I mean, you always have, you know, doing attorneys and differing opinions, but Really If the parties, you know, say, Hey, here's my concerns. Here's my concerns, even if they're different. The discussion you know is mediation is a perfect place to have that discussion. Or mediation typesetting again with a neutral attorney and then come up with language and agreements that would meet. You know, both parties interest. It's going to be some compromise, of course. But that way it avoids that stressful. A lot of people actually avoid the topic when they're getting married, you know, coming together because they don't want to have that negative vibe or negative stress at beginning of relationship, so That's what people wouldn't think that we could use the mediator, a neutral party, you certainly could see And then you're doing it more as um, amicable process, even though the interest might be a little No different for each party, But you might simply it out there on the table and have those difficult discussions. I'm Michelle. I mean, you've done this for quite some time. I mean, do you offer some advice to people who might want to come into an agreement like this? Yeah, you know, as a mediator, that's my goal, And my role is is tio sort of peel back the layers of the of the onion, so to speak, and to You know, let them know that their concerns are very normal and very regular. And on does now how do we How do we Ah, you know, talk about those and ah A lot of people feel like they had those of their positions, which could seem you know, kind of hostile, but in reality, it's just regular everyday concerns. That we just have to then you know, talk through and come up with some. You know some solutions, Teo to help them and, yeah, offering suggestions of what other parties have done, or What they can do A lot of times that keep people don't realise what we could do that or we could say it that way, you know, so that's kind of the big help, too, in terms of working with a mediator. For those reasons. She is Michelle Fitzgerald, attorney with the Horizons lager. How do we get ahold of you? Get to 6 to 4323600 or horizons law dot coms. It's always great to talk to will talk to in a couple of weeks. We'll continue this conversation. But before I go happy Fourth of July, and what do you think, Lady Fingers or M eighties? I could sort of watch a show but a lot of other camps. No happy for the July nice talking to you. Michelle Fitzgerald. She's with horizons, a log of all part of experts. You can trust a news talking 11 30 w. I said, and we have Atmore coming right up in 21st century America. It's hard to know who or what to believe The bureaucracy embraces its own agenda. The news media vilifies traditional American values. Social media is a sewer of disinformation. New stock. 11 30 is the counterpoint to all of it. We believe an intellectual honesty and we believe that good and decent people are more than capable of processing that honesty and be better off for it. Believe us because we believe in you news talk. 11 30 Huff and Puff and Blow 2020 away registered now for the 2020.

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"michelle fitzgerald" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"michelle fitzgerald" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

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