Yes, your mother keeps all of her income. If it is less than $3,216.00 she would be entitled to a portion of your dad's income to bring hers up to that level. Father is allowed to keep $75 of his income.
The same day I gave notice that I was resigning from my position as case manager at a non-profit homeless service my ex-boss called my landlord to complain. He sent me a text shortly after threatening to evict if I fall behind on rent since I had, "left the job for no reason." I left to accept a... Read more »
My mother passed away in 2016 prior to mother passing she put me on the deed. My mother had wishes to keep the land and allow any of the children to live there which we have done. there is nothing documented it just something my mother wanted. My brother is saying he is going to have the land... Read more »
If the property was deeded to your mother and yourself as joint tenants, then you would file an affidavit of surviving joint tenant along with an official death certificate. The property is then yours and the probate court would have no authority to probate the property.
My brother and I are the sole beneficiaries and executors of his will. We have no disputes in the matter. His investment accounts are set to be distributed to us upon receipt of death certificate based on the arrangements he previously made. My brother and I are authorized users on his bank account... Read more »
Not many facts to work on here, also question was posted in Animal/Dog Law. But a warrant is usually something issued by a court for the arrest of another person. So I don't see how you would take out a warrant. Perhaps you meant to file a complaint against somebody?
April 2019 someone agreed to watch her while i found housing that would accept her. We agreed to pay 50 a week to help with food and costs. August 2019 we visited and he accepted 100 from us and told us that he wasn't worried about the money that she is a pleasure to have around. He also said that... Read more »
My old roommate and me got into a argument day of she tells me to leave so i do i only took a few things with me thinking ill get the rest later long story short she threw out most of my stuff but she has my electronic devices ps4 labtop to name a few things when i went back to get my things she... Read more »
My brother named my sister-in-law as executor of his will. Before he died, I read his will. My sister-in-law and I have had a falling out. She has not sent me a copy of the will and now is saying things different than what was in the will I saw.
I had power of attorney. The only asset she had was the house. She didn't have any life insurance policies, retirement benefits, social security benefits. We need to finish selling the house to pay for her funeral. Is there anyway to accelerate the process of probate.
I live in Oklahoma. I own (or might own - who knows?) an undivided interest in mineral rights in Texas. I consider them worthless. Let's suppose that I manage to avoid probate through the use of beneficiary forms, TOD's, and POD's for financial accounts and TOD Deed for my house and cars, for... Read more »
My 1st cousin is who has title to the house has been dead 27 years. I am trying to get title in my name so i can pass it on to my granddaughter when I die to keep it in the family. What is the best way to get a clear title?
If there are more claimants than you to your cousin's estate it is possible that you have a claim by adverse possession but this would probably require a quiet title action. In either event you will need an attorney
My father passed away this last August and he and my mother have a revocable trust naming each other as Trustees and everything going to the surving spouse. We want to make sure we are doing everything legally and are wondering if you have to file the will with the District Court if they had a... Read more »
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