If you have read a Will that has been admitted to Probate, and you are a significant beneficiary, then hire an attorney to represent you. The child support will be claims against the Estate. Where is the Will? If not probated, then you need to file it. Again, hire an attorney to represent...View More
Police Report is inadmissible heresay. Get a written declaration sheet from 2012 that you had insurance from the carrier by a policy number. Then start sharing a copy of it with the DOS's Financial Responsibility Section. If you got sued, then notify the insurance company to defend you...View More
Hire an attorney now to prepare for a preliminary hearing, and and motion to suppress evidence if indicted. If the stop and search are legal then your lack of admission is not needed. That is probably a felony besides the DUI which takes your TNDL. Work, stay out of trouble and probably time...View More
Apparently you have not been charged yet. So keep quiet, do not admit to anything, and do not post anything else about this on a public forum. If charged, hire an attorney to represent you. It is hard to prove you did nothing, especially when it is your name being used. Yes, charges can...View More
Being the Small Estate Affiant gives you standing and a legal duty to marshal up the assets, including a suit for conversion or a criminal theft charge against someone that stole part or all of the property of the next of kin. However the sister may have owned the money in the account. You may...View More
I found this weird as my credit score is 843 and I take pride in it. I called the firm representing whoever put the 679 judgement against me and they said it was for a Rachel. I don't have any clue who this person is and it it was from Naples Fl who I have no one in that area. They just pulled... View More
If you cannot get this off your record by disputing it with the credit bureaus, then you will need an attorney. That amount of money may not justify the expense. It would help to get a copy of the judgment from the Court it was entered. Then you can talk to the attorney about suit. It the...View More
There is a registration process with the Secretary of State for non-TN personal representatives. However the Will has no effect until testator dies and it is filed for Probate. If you want to change something, then execute a new Will and destroy the present one. Codicils can impute contests.
If they agree to the new Successor Trustee taking over the monies, property as Trustee, yes. Otherwise Successor Trustee has a duty to ask for a Court to appoint him as the new Trustee, with orders to any Banks. etc. to transfer to the new Trustee.
If you do not have insurance at the time of the stop, then it is a crime. However sometimes you can get the charge dismissed with costs if you show up at Court with your new insurance card, registration and TNDL. It would be worth it to hire an attorney to represent you. Conviction for Lack...View More
In the Trust document the Grantor lists a real estate property with the title shown under the name of her single owner LLC, with the intention that real estate property, on her death, would be inherited by me and my brother, who is now Successor Trustee. Title was, and to date, has never changed... View More
Hire a competent MO attorney to search the title and draft the deed out of the LLC. He will have to abide by MO LLC Statutes and probably have all successors in interest of the LLC convey as grantors as well as the Successor Trustee, which must have precise language to be enforceable. Make sure...View More
2013 I had DUI I plead guilty was sentenced and put on probation I violated probation for not going to probation and then was sentenced again and probation was terminated one yr later I caught a charge and was sentenced to 6 mo for vop that I was no longer on and was terminated court records have... View More
Why did your lawyer not move to dismiss the redundant conviction? Whether the convictions were in General Sessions or Criminal Court has some bearing on how to address it. But apparently you did nothing but go to jail. You might correct the record now and expunge the nonexistent conviction,...View More
Land purchased by me in Texas as minor many years ago; my mother was on original document. I added my husband after our marriage 10 yrs later. Land was part of southwest scheme to take $ from people, never thought we'd be able to sell. My husband is deceased. I am ORIGINAL owner of this land.... View More
The SSN will get a reported capital gain to the IRS. The other items requested have to do with proving your source of title. If you do not wish to comply with them, ask for another title company or title insurance company to handle your transaction. Your potential will has no bearing on this...View More
His Tow Truck business. So what is a list of liability, taxes and other legal issues my husband will need to consider first before letting the friend put his name as owner?? My husband will have nothing to do with the business.
You husband is potentially liable for all torts caused by or taxes incurred by the towing business. Unless he gets paid alot, he probably should not get involved with such a one sided business where one partner gets all the cash and the landowner partner gets all the liabilities.
Will has no effect until testatrix dies and her will is filed for Probate. It can be changed or destroyed anytime before her death. Apparently family member improved her land as a gift. Hopefully he can remove it still.
You will need to ask the union to reissue another check in exchange for the allegedly faulty one. Or deposit it into another bank. But first be sure you have not done anything wrong. You may need to consult with an attorney as apparently your bank is wanting to prosecute you, and any forgery...View More
I assume your road is actually a joint permanent use easement. If so, then a title search may disclose maintenance duties. If just an easement by implication or otherwise, then there are probably no defined restrictions. Then at best, you would need a GA attorney to sue for property damages, of...View More
More than likely they are wanting a Probate Order for a fiduciary to marshal up digital assets of the Estate. This may not be exactly what they want, but should be close. They are not going to give property to just anyone. In the USA that would be Letters Testamentary or Letters of...View More
You are probably junior to the foreclosing secured debt. You can bid at the sale to protect your interest. But a sale without a surplus means your lien against the land is extinguished although the debt against the individual is still existent. If there is a surplus, trustees are notorious...View More
I’ve had water pooling in my yard since early September 2023. I contacted my borough manager and was advised to contact the water company. They were here twice and found no leaks in their system. The borough then referred me to the engineering firm contracted by the borough. No help. Repeated... View More
If you are the property owner adversely affected by the property tort damage coming from an adjacent property, then it is your right to sue for the damages. It will not be a simple suit. You will need at least a contractor, probably an engineer, and of course, a PA attorney. SOL's can run...View More
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