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Q: How Do I exercise DPOA limit to a family member whom is trying to move in my mothers home w four children and self.?

1 Answer | Asked in Elder Law for Texas on
Answered on Jan 23, 2019
Terry Lynn Garrett's answer
Who lets her in? It is still your mother's house. If your mother lets her in the door, will it help to put a padlock and a no trespassing sign on the gate?

On the other hand, if the niece has harmed your mother while "living" there, get a temporary restraining order based on domestic violence.

Q: Condo associations in Florida! Request for records does it have to be specific records?

1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law for Florida on
Answered on Jan 23, 2019
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer
Specify what records you want to see. How else would they know what you want?

Q: Confiscated funds...

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for New Jersey on
Answered on Jan 23, 2019
Leon Matchin's answer
The State has 90 days to file for forfeiture. If they do not then ask for the money to be returned and if they refuse then file a motion.

Q: The executor/trustee of my mother's trust has not provided an accounting with bill payments, receipts, actions, etc.

1 Answer | Asked in Estate Planning and Legal Malpractice for California on
Answered on Jan 23, 2019
Genene N. Dunn's answer
You usually have to start with a request as you have done so and the law typically gives them 60 days to respond. If you still aren't provided with the proper information by then your only recourse is to file a trust petition with the court. This is not a full lawsuit, but rather a petition asking for certain things from the court. It could result in litigation, but it does not automatically go there.

Q: In this situation with multiple 1-30 form and one is denied will the other be relevant

1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law for Georgia on
Answered on Jan 23, 2019
Kelli Y Allen's answer
I need a little more detail to really answer, but in general, each I-130 stands alone so one could be denied and another approved. It just depends upon the situation.

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