Show Me the Money Day is part of a statewide financial empowerment initiative and offers free financial workshops, affordable banking products and connection to helpful resources in your community, like financial education, homebuyer education and much more. This year in collaboration with the Oakland County CRA Association, Oakland Livingston Human Services Agency (OLHSA), Mercantile Bank, PNC, Chemical Bank, and Sterling Bank and Trust the event will be held at Bowens Senior Citizens Center in Pontiac.
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The following resources assist when people are talking about friction between landlords, friends, roommates, or neighbors when all other more informal negotiations have failed. Sometimes educating a property manager of laws or legal rights is enough to resolve the issue. HUD: for federal subsidies and fair housing issues, Fair Housing: when rights are violated, and legal counsel numbers offer reduced and free helps for many different legal helps. For maintenance issues also suggest the local code enforcers for the city or township. On August 17, 2012, a new statewide Michigan Legal Help self-help website was launched at www.MichiganLegalHelp.org