I am the sole beneficiary of a 15 year old irrevocable trust and I believe the assets were recently moved into other brand new irrevocable trusts with new beneficiaries. (The grantor is the trustee) If the trustee has no other funds to reinstate my trust assets are the newly created... Read more »
I'm the executor of my father's estate.The will states that I have a loan balance that's to be included as an asset of the estate and it's to be included in the distributive share of me,his son.Does this mean it's to be distributed to the other heirs?
father was estranged from mom and child for twenty years forces himself back in the home still married and mom dies a suspicious death. Immediately takes assets and doesnt report her assets in her name only that were substantial at her death. remarries withoutn probating intestate estate who... Read more »
Your question could use a little more clarity, but I will try to fill in the gaps.
If estranged father jointly owned the house with mother (with a right-of-survivorship) then the house can be the father's upon filing a certificate of death in the county where the property resides....Read more »
I lose my Thursdays when my daughter starts school she is 5 Sol to my ex to get back at me for turning her into CPS for something my daughter said can she take my Thursdays from me my daughter has not started school she is still in daycare
Before your daughter starts school, you can seek to modify the parenting plan based on a material change in circumstances. It is possible that you can switch to every other weekend. This particular arrangement (every other weekend) is quite common. It's also common to have the parenting...Read more »
No, your case is not likely dismissed. Some busy courts, like Lane County Circuit Court, run so late in getting the DUII cases on the docket, that defendants often show up and the District Attorney's Office isn't ready for the arraignment. In that situation, the case isn't on the...Read more »
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