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1 Answer | Asked in Divorce for Minnesota on
Q: Can a divorce be reversed that as rendered on a default judgement due to proper division of assets

The division of asset as listed nor properly divided. I was never given a copy of the divorce decree and zero asset where listed and no pension was granted on my behalf as it waws martial property.

Robert Kane
Robert Kane
answered on Jul 18, 2024

A default judgment can be set aside by the judge. Simply claiming the property wasn't properly divided may not be enough. The judge will need to know why you didn't do anything before now. If it is set aside, it begins anew.

1 Answer | Asked in Estate Planning and Real Estate Law for Missouri on
Q: I would like to add a name to a deed. How can this be done with a POA

Property belongs to an elder person and they would like to add a name.

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answered on Jul 18, 2024

Hire a MO attorney to talk to the owner and see what they want to do. The deed can be of many different estates. It is not simple and must be correct to actually transfer an enforceable interest, which will be contested at the grantor's death.

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody, Divorce and Family Law for Texas on
Q: My spouse filed an answer and majority of their answer they lied and also had a child during our marriage.

We don't have property but, a child together. They called Child Protection Services but, lied to them also. In their answer they said that my new lover is abusive but, the lover doesn’t even live with me. They’re not fighting for full custody but, is there a punishment if they lie in their answer.

John Michael Frick
John Michael Frick
answered on Jul 18, 2024

An answer contains allegations, not evidence. If they make an allegation in their answer which is not true, prove that it is not true at any hearing or trial using evidence.

1 Answer | Asked in Banking, Business Formation, Business Law and Gov & Administrative Law for Texas on
Q: How do I deposit a refund check from insurance company for a LTD that has been dissolved.

I had a LTD business that is now dissolved. Since its dissolution I received a refund from an insurance company for overpayment of services. I have tried everything to deposit this check. The insurance company will not reissue it and I cannot sign it over to a third party. I am wondering if I can... View More

John Michael Frick
John Michael Frick
answered on Jul 18, 2024

Endorse the check on behalf of the company over to yourself as an individual and deposit it in your individual account.

2 Answers | Asked in Legal Malpractice for Michigan on
Q: Did this attorney commit an ethics violation or lie in court? Should I report them?

During a hearing to remove a Co-Trustee, the respondents Attorney stated they couldn't respond to a specific section of the Trust as they had never received a copy of the Trust. The hearing was adjourned for 2 months. In the next hearing it came out that the respondent had been paying this... View More

Mr. Robert Z. Cashman
Mr. Robert Z. Cashman
answered on Jul 18, 2024

I am sorry that you are dealing with this issue. I will do my best to answer, but be aware this is not to be considered legal advice since I am not licensed to practice in your state.

In short, attorneys have a professional duty to provide competent representation to their clients. In...
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