This all came up sudden but my mom has stage 4 lung cancer with Mets. I am her only living relative. From a legal aspect what do I need to start doing to get her affairs in order? I am very new to this and not sure what to do. She does have a will with me as executive. She does not have a... Read more »
I'm sorry for the situation you find yourself in. An estate planning attorney will be able to assist you throughout the process. The lawyers on this forum are not permitted to say, "sure I can help, call me" for example. You need to initiate direct contact with the attorney....Read more »
It depends on the specific charge being brought. You citation should state the code section under which you are being charged. Look that up and it will reference the level of the offense and refer you to the penalty statute. Pull that up and it will tell you the penalties you are subject to....Read more »
My dad just died on the 23rd of this month.. He left me his house and called his attorney to put it in the paper work.. My mother left him.15 yrs ago n now sleeps with and lives with another man..my dad really didnt want her to have anything.. The last 2 yrs of his life im all he had.. My husband... Read more »
When you say that he left you his house, in what document are you referring? Were the documents completed and recorded? Were your parents ever divorced? Is there a Will? A lot of additional facts are needed in order to provide you with an intelligent...Read more »
No injuries occurred. I was on the job. Pulling away from a job site.
More clarity on accident : Made a wrong turn out of a house. Went to turn around in a driveway. While backing out the trailer jackknifed to far and hit the bumper messing up the back end a little. Company is trying to... Read more »
To a certain extent it depends on the agreement you had with the company. If the crash was due to your actions you may be liable, at least to some extent. You may want to contact your insurance company. Depending on the policy, they will usually pay for the damages. For a definitive answer I...Read more »
You may be able to speak, but the Court will likely still want her to give an accounting as well. As POA you usually have the ability to hire an attorney for her if needed. An attorney usually DOES speak on behalf of the Client. Alternatively, you could petition the Probate Court for a temporary...Read more »
If you're trying to establish the foundation for a products liability suit, one of the challenges is causation. You need to gather evidence to prove that the hair loss is attributable to the product, and not some other cause. e.g. healthcare, headwear etc. You may want to consult with a...Read more »
My sons father and I got into a big fight while I was pregnant I filed a report on him a while ago and now we together and I wanna drop the charges because our baby is now here and he is a good father and husband to me
The chances? Nobody can predict. It depends on the prosecutor, jurisdiction, facts, history etc. Ultimately, it's not up to you. Since the State is involved they have discretion to continue the case or not. They can even compel you to testify. You probably want to sit down and speak with...Read more »
Yes. I'm not sure of your exact question. Are you concerned about her losing benefits? Residence issues? In some cases, him moving in can have numerous benefits regarding preserving her estate. I recommend sitting down with an experienced estate planning attorney to review the situation in...Read more »
A lot depends on how the title is held on the property. Unless the daughter is the Transfer on Death beneficiary, or co-owner of the property she likely cannot do anything until the probate court gets involved. For a definitive answer I recommend sitting down with an attorney to review your...Read more »
Breach of duty since an accounting had never been provided in 1st trust of several yrs the 2nd trust also. The B O Duty against the orig trustee was asking for accountability of missing assets was denied in the hearing since the trustee resigned. The co-trustees in turn sold property of the trusts... Read more »
I'm sorry you're having to deal with this. On review of your facts, I do not see a question being asked. Trusts were originally based on the law of contracts. While some statutes govern general principles of Trust management etc., the specific provisions of the Trust can sometimes...Read more »
The executor of a Will only has authority to manage property that is part of the probate estate. This only occurs after a probate has been opened, and the Court has issued letters of authority. Your question depends on how specifically the title was held.
I was stopped behind another car at a 4 way stop heading North.After the car in front of me went across the road,I proceeded to move up to the stop sign when another car heading West was coming to a stop about the same time I was stopping for second time.I waited for her to go across but she... Read more »
It sounds like a defensible case. For a definitive answer you're going to need to sit down with an attorney to review the facts in detail and figure out the best game plan. Sometimes these issues continue on if the other driver tries to sue you civilly.
No question is asked here. Sometimes the prosecution makes a here and now offer to resolve the case. Your boyfriend knows the facts better than anyone. It's up to him if he wants/wanted to take the offer from the prosecution. He certainly has a right to receive his discovery once the case...Read more »
I suggest finding an Indiana attorney in the area where the original charge was filed. You're going to have to go back at some point to clear things up. With an attorney you may be able to minimize or avoid jail time.
They were driving a rental car. They were pulled over for the tags not matching the car. I understand that only registration has to match the plates. 3 state highway troopers pulled them over and 1 had a dog. They said the dog hit on the car. Was that legal even though the reason they were pulled... Read more »
Unfortunately, then answer is, it depends. If the officers acted in good faith and the information they had would have established sufficient grounds for a traffic stop, it will likely be upheld by the Court. Ultimately, that's an issue that would need to be raised in a Motion to Suppress....Read more »
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