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Q: if there are three executors of an estate, can two open an estate bank account?

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Answered on Feb 13, 2016

To avoid any potential problems, all 3 should open the account. Good luck.

Q: I received a car when my Dad passed away a year and a half ago. I am wanting to sell it, none of my siblings wanted it.

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First thing I would advise you to do is talk it over with your siblings. However, if you are the only one on title to the vehicle and your siblings disclaimed their interest in the vehicle, then it's all yours.

Q: I got custody of my children and permission to move to california from colorado i moved back to colorado after 3 months

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Answered on Feb 13, 2016

A change is custody arrangement with your ex is very unlikely, but it is advisable to inform the courts that you are back in Colorado. You can file in either CO or CA. Assuming your ex does not oppose the modification, updating the residence of the children should be a relatively simple process. Contact a lawyer if you need assistance or the pro se (DIY) forms can be found here: http://www.intotolegal.com/upcoming%20Events/Forms.html .

Q: What is the difference between a joint and stipulated motion to dismiss a divorce in colorado? Which is better?

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce and Family Law for Colorado on
Answered on Feb 13, 2016

Jointly filed motions mean that both parties file together and are in agreement of most/all matters. Joint filing removes the requirement of providing notice and generally eases the process for the mandatory mediation because the parties can communicate (note: disagreements are fine and can be resolved in mediation etc).Stipulated motions are like jointly filed, except that one or both parties only agrees to some aspects of the divorce. A common situation for stipulated motion is when a couple...

Q: Under the American with Disabilities Act, must my service animal be "near" me at all times?

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Answered on Feb 13, 2016

Your reading of the ADA is correct and based on your facts the library is wrong. While it is possible to file a lawsuit for violation of the ADA, I would not recommend this approach at this point. Maybe try sending a letter to the director stating the rule and requesting a discussion of this matter. You can contact a lawyer who can also send a letter which may carry more wright (letterhead of a law firm tends to make people jumpy...).

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