My boyfriend was incarcerated and wanted me to bail him out. So he gave me his account info to route to my account. His grandfather actually got him out the day before the money posted and he immediately went and used heroin. Which he promised he wouldn't. So now the money has cleared and is... Read more »
The phrase "If it walks like a duck; it's a duck." certainly applies here. If you truly believed it is okay to keep the money entrusted to you for another purpose, you would not be online asking your question. Of course it doesn't belong to you. What would justify you keeping the money?
Removed all contents and closes safety deposit box account out. Which included an original copy of a amended will and vehicle title. The following day, the suspended executor transferred vehicle title from the descendants name into his, providing the DMV with the same invalid court docs.
Since you didn't ask a question, I'm not sure what you need. The facts sound horrible and the executor can easily have a judgment entered against him. I don't understand why there is a codicil to a will still floating around when the court had already issued Letters Textamentary to...Read more »
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Some GENERAL considerations could include permissible billing methods/fee schedules/fee caps, disclosures, disclaimers, and how Georgia governs/limits agents (attorney or non-attorney) handling such activities. Good...Read more »
At one time she was extremely well off but over the years her health declined and no one knew what she had in accounts or banks. How can we find out if she had any bank accounts or any safe deposit boxes? There is a lot of unanswered questions about where her money and assets went over the years.
Yes. I am not clear on "medical consultant" but a power of attorney can include provisions to allow the agent to access medical records. It is also recommended that an advance directive for healthcare be completed as this will appoint an agent for healthcare decisions.
It sounds as though the moving broker acted negligently towards you. If you have never authorized them to release your credit/debit card information to this 3rd party, this may be a case of fraudulent use of credit card or another offense. It is best to consult an attorney who can assess the merits...Read more »
Generally speaking, no, there are no statutes of limitations on arrest warrants or bench warrants. Typically, once an arrest or bench warrant has been issued, it remains in effect regardless of the amount of time that has passed.
However, there are limited exceptions to this. For this...Read more »
Yes. Why? Because you are the only person who has (or had) the $901.70. Surely you do not expect any bank on this planet to eat money just because you accepted a fraudulent check? No; they are making you eat your own money.
It was due to be paid by midnight on 03/05/2019-after only being given 10 days notice by the leasing office that they made a major error and I actually would have to pay 2 months rent by that date instead of just 1 month. On 03/05/2019 at 3:17pm, I called the asst manager and she agreed to allow me... Read more »
In Order to answer this Question, the attorney will need to see the actual Lease and any conversations you have with the landlord. It may be in your best interest to talk to an attorney to see what provisions are in your lease.
If you are not a named person on the bank account, then you cannot access the safety deposit box. You will need to get the probate court to grant you authority to open the box to see if a will is present.
If you are seeking an attorney that will petition the court for an early withdrawal of your annuity, it is possible to handle those cases on a contingency basis where the attorneys fees are paid from the proceeds of the withdrawal.
I'm the one (daughter) who set up account + deposited funds, and live in NY. When I went to NY branch (major bank in practically every state) with death certificate, they told me I had to get court documents from Georgia to show I'm next of kin. She died in GA. Death certificate has my... Read more »
If your mother passed away in New Jersey, you will need to proceed under New Jersey law. If Georgia, then Georgia law. Ultimately, if the bank is located only in New Jersey, you will need to follow New Jersey law to get the money from the bank.
i know there is a dividend distribution for the s-corp but i just want to get more in depth of how i am going to pay myself , if i should open a business account and write my self a check or set up a wire transfer from my business account?
Generally, with an S corporation, if you are working in the business, you would have to pay yourself a reasonable salary and the balance of profits could be distributed to you as the shareholder. You should consult with a certified public accountant or tax attorney regarding your obligations with...Read more »
If you were not married to the decedent, you would not be an heir and would not be entitled to inherit anything from him under the laws of intestacy in Georgia. If the bank accounts were solely in his name, you would not have any right to access the bank accounts. This response is designed to...Read more »
One of the co-owner/shareholder has his wife working as the accountent and doing payroll? My hours and an employees hours have been changed and done incorrectly. As well as ive been told as a shareholder the other shareholder could fire me as an employee and i wouldnt be allowed to be in shop
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