The answer to this depends on several factors. First is whether the certificates are currently even valid. If they are then it will depend on the terms of your grandmother's will, or who would've received the shares in intestacy. There may even be other instruments like a Trust that direct what is...Read more »
You can actually view them at the public access computers at the clerk's office if that's convenient. You can also go online to the Public Access to Court Electronic Records site: http://pacer.uscourts.gov and lookup the information, or you can call 1-866-222-8029. Information about the McVIS phone...Read more »
While the U.S. is trying to track sex offenders internationally, at this time that legislation has not gone into effect. Moreover, many countries do not even have sex offender registries, for those that do then you would need to consult with their registry requirement laws.
The requirements will actually depend on the city you live in, as you will have to comply with zoning requirements and/or any special required licensing. As a non-profit you will also need to comply with IRS regulations.
This is going to depend on how the multiple individuals are appointed. If they are appointed in a single power of attorney, and there is no direction as to whose decision will overrule the others then it will likely go to court. If there are conflicting documents appointing the power of attorney it...Read more »
No, Arizona law permits the DOC to charge prisoners. The laws permit the "room and board" charge and also a charge of up to $2 per month for utilities. Please see ARS 31-254 and ARS 31-239. Other states have similar laws, and at least 1 US Circuit Court has upheld the constitutionality of these...Read more »
In general yes, because under ARS 14-5312 a guardian of an incapacitated person has the same general authority that a parent would have over their unemancipated minor child. The guardian is required to act in their ward's best interest.
In an intestate situation (where there is no will) an heir does not have to accept their intestate share. If they refuse than it passes as if the heir actually died first. This means the house would go to the next person on the intestate hierarchy, who this person is depends on who is alive at the...Read more »
It means that the bankruptcy plan for the Chapter 13 has been confirmed. There are several effects of having your plan confirmed. This means that the debtor (in this case you) and all of your creditors are now bound to your bankruptcy plan. In order to receive a discharge the debtor must perform...Read more »
No, you can file without an attorney; however, I would recommend you hire an attorney. An attorney can help you maximize your exempt property, make sure you file for the correct chapter of bankruptcy, and can help insure the proper paperwork is filed.
I currently live in Tucson where I have recently been the victim of their "community policing". Yesterday it was brought to my attention that there was an article in the local paper how the police and local citizens are stalking those they consider active criminals. i can provide proof of their... Read more »
In this type of situation you generally have to demonstrate that the police have violated a statute or constitution. A notice of claim must be filed, with the city that you seek to take action against, within 180 days of the incident, according to ARS 12-821.01. Since the question was asked in...Read more »
Is the question is it illegal to disclose protected health information pertaining to illegal drug use, when the healthcare provider has obtained an authorization to disclose mental health? It is difficult to answer this question without knowing more about what was authorized, and what the purpose...Read more »
Most likely it is still part of the deceased's estate until their real property is distributed according to the terms of their will, or if there is no will by way of intestacy. How the real property will be transferred depends on a variety of factors as well. A probate attorney can assist you with...Read more »
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