Your son-in-law's estate should be admitted to probate. If he died without a will, then your daughter, as his husband is entitled to Letters of Administration which will be allow her to settle the estate and clear title to the vehicles.
The key issue is whether your father died with or without a will. If he died with a will, then find a copy and petition the court to admit the will to probate. If he did not have a will, then you can petition the court to be appointed as Administrator of the Estate. As a child, you are entitled...Read more »
Yes, an Oklahoma Emergency Manager may drive a county vehicle home legally. There are some stsp the county should take in order to document it. First, a county official needs to determine that the use of the vehicle is solely for the benefit of the county. The IRS may still view the manager's use...Read more »
Sorry I don't have a specific answer for you. If you call the Western District of Oklahoma Bankruptcy Court at 405.609.5700, they may be able to provide additional information. Sorry I couldn't provide more information. If I think of anything, I'll update my response.
It is on my credit report as "frozen", but no contact number or address. Listed as Resolution Management (finance). I want to settle and get my credit score up, but can't without contacting or paying this off.
Send a letter to all of the the credit reporting agencies that have the account listed. Tell them that you dispute the account as accurate and that as listed, and (if this is true) that you do not recognize ever being having a balance with Resolution Management (finance); therefore, you dispute...Read more »
Under Oklahoma's Wrongful Death Act, the lawsuit must be filed within two (2) years of death. As for the cost, it is difficult to determine how much the actual costs will be. Almost every attorney that would take this case would do so on a contingent fee basis, meaning that the attorney is paid...Read more »
If you living in housing by the Public Housing Authority (PHA) or Section 8 housing, then you should be protected. My understanding of VAWA is that it applies to federally subsidized (PHA or Section 8) housing only. If your lease is to one of these types of housing situations, then you should be...Read more »
I am not sure exactly what you are asking. It is illegal to convert someone else's property for your own use. Criminally, this is referred to as theft and civil liability is conversion, as you said. The civil remedy is based upon common law. Can you please provide more details to your question?
Have you already been served with the Petition and Summons? Is this a small claims matter? Is the amount over $6,000? (Don't write back with the amount, just say yes or no.) Did you receive discovery (i.e., requests for admission, requests for production of documents and/or interrogatories)?...Read more »
A landowner is to be paid "just compensation" by the government when the government takes the land by eminent domain. In the 10th Circuit (which includes Oklahoma), the determination is made by "market value." A lot of factors go into this, especially if only part of the property is taken such as...Read more »
This provision allows state agencies to collect money from you through your state income tax refund, if you are due a refund in excess of $50.00. The amount owed to the state agency, municipal court, or district court must also exceed $50.00.
Yes this is legal. This is the nature of employment agencies. They provide you with the jobs, you provide them with the work to "sell" and they mark up your services the same as a retail store marks up its products for sale.
No, the defendant does not have to be present for an emergency protective order under Oklahoma Law. The Protective Order can be issued by the court and it lasts until after the full hearing on a permanent protective order. The full hearing does allow for the defendant's presence.
Contact the attorney that filed the bankruptcy paperowrk. If you don't know who that is, your husband should have paperwork identifying the Bankruptcy Trustee. Contact the trustee and ask what, if anything, is holding the process up.
If you don't have anything, any attorney that handles...Read more »
Oklahoma has specific child support tables that compute the accepted amount of child support according to relevant variables (i.e., number of children, each parent's income, etc.) The issue is if the calculation according to law would require you to pay more and your ex pushes the issue, you'll be...Read more »
The best course of action and your options largely depends on whether your mother had a will. Land and mineral rights are property that passes on as assets in a person's estate. These can be distributed via will or through what is known as intestate succession (i.e., to all heirs as defined by...Read more »
District Attorneys are licensed by the Oklahoma Supreme Court the same as any other attorney and must abide by the same rules of professional conduct. If you have a question about the conduct of any attorney, you can call the Oklahoma Bar Association for more information. (405) 416-7000 or...Read more »
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