A Kentucky attorney created a will that details life insurance payout and how the funds should be used (split into 4 and used for school tuition etc.) The life insurance company only has one beneficiary listed, who happens to be the executor of the estate. There is an open probate case currently,... Read more »
Got pulled over back October 21st and the office gave me a ticket for no tags, no insurance, improper tags, and no seat belt. I’ve NEVER been in any trouble before. They wrote me up for improper tags because they put I was driving a 2012 dodge charger when in reality it was a 2010. ALSO my tags... Read more »
If you have no record it is very unlikely that you will go to jail. You can get a much better resolution on the cases if you end up getting insurance. I would ask the prosecutor for some time for you to obtain insurance on your car. The most important thing is you do not get caught again driving...Read more »
A Kentucky attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It sounds like you are talking about the legal defense known as "assumption of risk." It depends on the particular circumstances. On cases where the defense is raised, the conditions can be fact-specific. Good luck
It depends on the circumstances. If someone like your probation officer who knows your whereabouts and sees you every month has the warrant and doesn’t serve it on you that would be an issue. If someone has been trying to find you for a year but could not find you that would be a different issue.
File a motion for contempt and cite the order the parent is violating. You can find any available self help forms online on the Kentucky website. You can also visit the Jefferson county family court clerks office and request the same.
I was not asked to pay any application or reservation fees at the time. I also never finished the application process (did not provide pay stubs or pet information) and backed out mid-way through because I decided on another location. The leasing office told me (in writing) I did not owe them any... Read more »
You don’t owe them any money (unless you signed something agreeing to pay) so do t pay them any money. It’s not worth look egss as l action at this point but you might want to write them a letter saying debt not owed.
If a defendant has been held to answer, without being indicted, for longer than 90 days from the finding of probable cause, the circuit court shall, upon motion, order discharge of a defendant from custody. The problem in your scenario is that his 60 days expires on a court holiday. If such a...Read more »
I’ve had my niece for about 4 years. Her father is incarcerated and her mother walked away from her. She was abused in different ways. I’d love to make her officially my daughter. Just don’t know how to do it.
We have been together for almost 9 months and he still yells at her and try’s to make up things about me to her. He once compared me to him being friends with someone who did drugs. Talking about how you had to let them go. We are both 17 and live in Ky. What can I do to help her?
I went and filed it anyway on my own. After I filed the next day I fired my lawyer. Is there any repercussions against me for doing this? And the judge has not signed off on the order to release my attorney and it has been two weeks since I filed this and fired my attorney. I have a court date this... Read more »
Or anything unless to start drama. They say I have to have my home sold and divided equally with them as he and I had 8 children we adopted plus 3 of ours together I have paid every payment tax and insurance on the house the last 10 years. Alone and still owe 8 more years on it
As a general rule, you do not have to leave anything to anybody in your will if you don't want to, unless you have entered into some kind of contract that says otherwise (some people do). But that is not the end of the inquiry. The question is whether you own the house 100% solely in your...Read more »
If is not been filed formal what steps do I need to get this filed formal? And if it is formal and there is information not on the final settlement what steps do I need to take to make sure everything is listed? Thank you
First, you need to get several estimates do that you can get the highest value possible to pay off your car and not have a shortfall. Next, if you had any injuries, you need to consult a pi lawyer about your damages. Finally, you may get an injury settlement that will help you get a new car.
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