Live in Pearland, TX. The neighbor built a fence on my property, I told her that the property was mine and I did not give her permission. I then sent an encroachment notification letter demanding the fence be removed and she posted it to tiktok and did not redact the legal description of the... Read more »
Ms. Whitehurst is exactly right. There are Contracts To Make Wills which are sometimes enforceable. But that is very rare. Consult with a competent attorney to decide which Will should be filed for Probate, and then wait for a possible Contest.
I was at someones house when police searched without a warrant, the person "Joe" then showed them drugs (meth)in a seperate garage and then broke into a locked safe when police asked him to where they found benzos. I was charged the same as *Joe~2 counts meth w intent and 2 counts... Read more »
The FTA is the least of your problems. Apparently you have not reached a disposition of your case. Hire a competent attorney to represent you, which may include Motions to Suppress, etc. if you are Indicted. Not showing up for Court is never excused when you are the defendant. Obviously you...Read more »
Hire a MS attorney to search the title and determine heirship. Then draft a deed from the other siblings over to you, with at least a proper derivation of title clause if not a recorded affidavit of heirship. Get them to execute deed, then record it.
Hire a competent GA attorney now that conducts real property litigation. If you do not file suit for the Boundary Line Action, you will acquiesce to the present fence line which is physically ascertainable. Title to both properties should be searched for the common boundary. A surveyor may be...Read more »
there are three names on the deed to the house. My name and my two brothers. my one brother doesn't care about the house and the other one is trying to force me to buy him out, force a sale on it, or my daughter that lives there to pay rent that wasn't agreed upon
Domestic Assault is worse than some Felonies, and you should have known that 25 years ago prior to pleading. I assume that conviction is on your NCIC. You may wish to examine the legal weapons you can possess. There are muzzleloaders that can kill an elephant.
Be prepared to hire an attorney if you are Indicted. At least start contemplating what specific Discovery will be sought, and tack any witnesses and their statements down now. May be time for a new phone or computer.
You can report the act you have personal knowledge of to the Sheriff. Trespass and vandalism are involved, which will require the Surveyor to return and restore the monument. That corner is owned by both of you. You may wish to sue for civil damages in Sessions Court, then place a Judgment...Read more »
It should if it is drafted and executed correctly. Administrator will probably want an original DPOA, unless you can get them to accept a copy. If not, a conservatorship may be preferable instead of a Declaratory Judgment and Recovery Action where jurisdiction will always be a problem....Read more »
I do not recommend you use any assets that are subject to Probate Jurisdiction until the Estate is closed and the funds are properly distributed to you. Otherwise it would be a breach of fiduciary duty, or there might be a late filed Estate Claim, another Will filed, etc.
Yes it is possible, especially if your possession and use of the credit card is unauthorized. There may be defenses for purchase of necessities. A jury might infer permission to purchase items for the Family.
My mother died, I get heritage but because I live in Germany and he lied to me the house is nothing worth, he when to a court a did a filling where I have to go there or a lawyer to lay claim to my heritage, what court would I have to go to what is that process called what he did where some has to... Read more »
You might want to hire an attorney in the County where your Mother died to conduct a title search and examine the Court filings. He can then advise what you may want to do, or that you are already an heir at law.
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