Mark Scoblionko's answer You need to review this with a lawyer. However, if you write a Will and leave your interest in the LLC to her and, at the same time, insert a provision in your Operating Agreement to express that that is your intent, you should be able to accomplish this.
Remember that there will be an inheritance tax on the value of the LLC that passes to her, and you must provide for that.
You can also review with a lawyer if it makes sense to have the LLC jointly owned between you and her....
Mark Scoblionko's answer If you were a properly authorized driver for a car you did not own, the insurance should follow the car and pay the other person’s damages, irrespective of whether you were or were not a named insured. If the owner has collision coverage, that should cover the owner’s damages. If not, that is between you and the owner.
Mark Scoblionko's answer You would likely have to order DNA testing or have supporting testimony from your dad’s mother, if she is available and willing, or, possibly, supporting testimony from friends or relatives who could establish that the deceased held himself out as your dad’s father. Further, if your grandfather has alaready been buried, he would have to be exhumed. This will be a very expensive process.
Mark Scoblionko's answer I don't know what your question is. The fact that the daughter holds a Power of Attorney is irrelevant. That would not give the daughter the right to remove those things without her mother's consent.
Mark Scoblionko's answer A lawyer would have to review the Will. If it appears that your mother was trying to benefit your brother by giving him an option to buy at a very low price, she can certainly do that. On the other hand, if there was undue influence or she made a mistake, the Will might be challenged.
There are not enough facts here to answer this question more fully.
Mark Scoblionko's answer If the injury is serious enough to warrant suit, a police accident report should be promptly filed. That will enable your friend to make a claim for uninsured motorist benefits under his auto policy, if he has that coverage. He might also be able to assert claims under the auto policies for any family members in his household which contain this coverage.
A lawyer could also sue Uber and send out written questions to learn the identity of the specific driver who struck your friend....
Mark Scoblionko's answer Although that is probably correct, to give a definitive answer a lawyer would have to review the Will. However, even if it is correct, if your mother is doing okay, it probably makes sense to re-write the Will.
Mark Scoblionko's answer It sounds like you will need a new survey, if a survey is needed. An old survey, performed before the deck was built, will do you no good.
Alternatively, you may be entitled to claim ownership rights based on what is called, "adverse possession," if the deck has been there for more than twenty years. In that event, other than for your own peace of mind, you may not even need a survey. Briefly, if a use is open, obvious and adverse, you can go to court and be declared the owner of...
Mark Scoblionko's answer The questions you ask can only be addressed after consultation with a lawyer. The lawyer would need to take a history from you, view either the property itself or good pictures, and search the title. Additionally, communication with the township or its counsel would be necessary to try to determine why and on what basis they did what they did.
Mark Scoblionko's answer You need a lawyer to examine the trust instrument and help you. If there is no court order associated with the trust, in all likelihood, you simply need a letter "to whom it may concern," indicating that immediately resign as trustee in favor of your names siblings. You should have your signature on the letter notarized.
If this were a matter potentially to be pursued, you and your son would need to meet with a lawyer and discuss the details of the incident fully. However, the school district and its teacher are agents of the state. The state is protected by the Sovereign Immunity law. That law would likely protect the teacher from suit for this type of claim. If your son fell because of a dangerous condition of the premises, he might have a claim against...
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