My home has been broken into. Repairs aren't being done. My lease states landlord is responsible for repairs. I have in writing signed by landlord that repairs I told him about (In writing) would be done within a week of his reply. That was Nov 12, 2016. My car was broken into, vandalized... Read more »
You need to take your lease to a lawyer for review. In Arkansas, generally in a party to a contract materially breaches the contract, then the other party is released from performing under the contract.
The will cannot be probated if it is 5 years after the date of death of the decedent. Depending on what type of assets they are - land, bank account, cars - you can use different documents to transfer the interest. You should contact a lawyer to assist you.
You can make whomever you want the beneficiary or trustee. If you just want the oldest child to inherit, that is fine and you can put language in there to that effect. Make sure you are creating a trust that effectuates what you want. Do not leave it to the oldest child because "they know what...Read more »
I filed a motion for change of custody and contempt pro se. I served my ex via certified mail. He picked it up at the very last moment. He also filed a motion for emergency suspension of visitation and contempt about 5 hours after I filed mine and served me with a process server the very next day.... Read more »
Counterclaims are typically used in response to Complaints. From the info in the question it appears you filed a motion. He would need to file a Response to your Motion. That being said, being served matters, technically he is should to respond to your motion and you should to respond to his....Read more »
You can claim some of your property as exempt from judgment creditors. If your property is does not fall with the judgment creditor exemption, then you may want to file bankruptcy to protect it. In either case, you may want to talk to a lawyer about your situation.
we were under the impression the closing lawyer would handle paying the estate bills. We need to know what the legal process is now that house is sold to disburse the money to pay all debts before dividing the remaining.. My sister and I are co executors
I received a judgement against my husband in divorce for $17,000.i filed it with the county clerk so that if he sold any property it would show up like a lien. He did a quick claim title over to another guy for a house he owned. I want my money and want to file a lis pendens so that nothing can be... Read more »
If you want to counterclaim for visitation, you should. If you net 430 and have 2 children you should pay 135 a week in child support. Do you have any other child support you are paying? If so, that may lower it.
One of my 2 sons has no contact with me, no one in family even has his phone number or address. I loaned him $ a few years ago and never received repayment. I figured that would be his share, so the rest is distributed equally, 25% for the four kids. He isn't named. Now I'm wondering... Read more »
In Arkansas a child not named can be deemed to be forgotten, not disinherited. The best practice is to name all your children and specifically disinherit the one you wish to. You can do this by stating you are disinheriting the child or leaving them your love and affection.
There is no will and this person is in no way someone that inherits anything based on Arkansas's state law. And the heirs that will be a part of the probate process do not want this person in the home or on the property.
My father passed away without a will. He has two adult children and is not married. His estate is under 100,000. Is it better to use a small estate affidavit or heirship? We know that the small estate affidavit requires a 45 day wait period, but can not find anything regarding a timeframe for... Read more »
Yes, if you the children are getting along. If the people are not getting along the affidavit can cause some problems. Also, you must read the affidavit and make sure the estate qualifies - there is more to it than the estate being less than $100,000. No, you can not use it right away - 45 days as...Read more »
I have a judgement against me from 2009, and I am in the 7th year. I'm pretty sure the debt was included in bankruptcy, but I'm not 100% sure. Is it safe for me to contact the lawyer in the original case to check the status and ask them to remove from the credit report, or should I just... Read more »
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