When you say camp, do you mean a business that is a camp for kids? His kids inherit his estate, not his brother. But a business is likely incorporated, and the corporate papers will govern what happens to your friend's share.
return tomorrow with a 500 dollar check so the process to locate my desired SUV can begin. I realized when I got home that the "deal" I was given was no deal at all. I am a diabetic and yesterday my blood sugar levels were so low I could barely think straight. I either want to re negogiate the... Read more »
My lease is month to month ending May 31st and I would simply like more time until July 1st . I do not wish to pursue any other legal action against them but simply want more time. Is this something that I should request via a lawyer?
This paragraph appears in my last will and testament:
I direct that all estate, succession, inheritance, transfer, legacy, or other death taxes imposed by the laws of the United States or any state thereof upon any property constituting a part of my gross taxable estate or upon any... Read more »
There are three insurance policies, dated 1947, that my maternal grandmother had in which her husband was the beneficiary. In the event of his decease, the benefit would go to her eldest son. That son is also deceased, as are all the other children of my grandmother. However, the wife of that uncle... Read more »
Have a storage contract that automatically renews after 1 yr. Need to cancel contract but landlord doesn't want to release it until October 2019. The contract has been automatically renewing since 2007. There is a clause that contract can be canceled at anytime with 60 days advance notice. Is... Read more »
She is almost 16. (5 months) and now wants to drop out due to the legal pressure and due to her mental health. Can they still keep this case on me if she does? They gave me educational neglect! This is all mental health related so why is it a crime against us? Also, They did not give her an IEP. I... Read more »
Why is it a crime? Because that is how the system works. If she has an IEP, you need to call an emergency CSE and get placement so there is no neglect. If she has no IEP, you must demand an immediate educational evaluation. Then, do whatever they say to save yourself. On dropping out, it is...Read more »
Court Order was received a few days ago re distribution amts. to the parties. Plaintff now represented by his estate, no mention of estate in the Order. Distributions are to "plaintiff" and "defendant". Also, parties were given an initial distribution amt of $10,000.00 each, the Order... Read more »
A FORECLOSURE NOTICE FOR MY MOTHER IN LAWS HOME WAS SERVED TO HER NIECE IN ANOTHER STATE (NY).
MY MOTHER IN LAW SAYS SHE DID NOT RECEIVE ANY SUMMONS IN HER STATE OF NJ. SHE DID RECIEVE A LETTER FROM HER MORTGAGE COMPANY STATING HER REQUEST FORM FOR HER "AT RISK STATUS" WAS UNSIGNED SO... Read more »
Honestly, this is not a simple estate. There is a pro se clerk you can talk to in the Surrogate's Court, but in my view you should have a lawyer. Your questions are so broad and so general, it would be like teaching a course in probate. See the clerk. If you still cannot understand what to do,...Read more »
In Supreme Court, unprobated real estate of my father's sold by private sale in court partition action. Myself and my brother's estate are beneficiaries/Heirs At Law. Funds are ready to be distributed. The court and its transactional attorney for the sale (Referee died 1-week ago) have not asked... Read more »
I am purchasing a house in NY and i have being clear to close for the last two weeks, however, my sellers have been difficult about providing a closing date. My loan commitment expires on May 30th but they want to close on May 31st. The contract reads that closing should take place on or about... Read more »
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