His real estate property divided 50/50. There is some tractors and farm equipment that were in his possession and he has had ever since his father passed in 2011. Now my question is the brothers now claim all the farm equipment was not my step fathers but instead theirs and have threatened to call... Read more »
You may need to file Probate here if enough assets are present. Administering the Estate will allow the relatives to file Claims Against the Estate if they truly feel they own some of those items of personal property. Hire a competent attorney to talk to you about this. Criminal charges like...Read more »
The only advice is to hire a competent attorney in or near the County you were stopped in. Reckless Speeding is not a crime, so you obviously were charged with something else. The two citations could take your TNDL as you are only allowed 11 points on your MVR for the last year. You may have to...Read more »
You do not record a Will except a certified copy of a Probated Will as a muniment of title. Wills are filed for Probate. But first you need a competent attorney to analyze whether you should administer an Estate or not.
I doubt that you will have to file Probate just to obtain property in NJ. A NJ lawyer may be able to record an Affidavit of Heirship, then use it to claim the property for the next of kin. At worst, you may be able to file some type of small estate proceeding either in FL, NJ, or possibly IN....Read more »
The officer followed me two miles and when I crossefd the county line and drove another 1/4 of a mile turned on lights in I pulled over he found a pice of a hemp CIG in my front set and then hand cuffed me and ask if anything eles in the car he should know about and I tolled him about my gun .At... Read more »
You have not stated the asserted reason for the stop. Motion to Suppress may be in order. You will need a competent attorney to prepare for the Preliminary Hearing, the Suppression Motion and possibly Trial.
You certainly can demand consideration for your conveyance. But you have not stated the exact estate you have. If the agreed monies are not provided to you, do not sign. The other owner could file a Partition Action against you to sell the property.
Handgun Carry Permits allow a sidearm to be on your person except in certain areas. Many situations allow the possession of a handgun without a HCP. However any display of a weapon can be a felony assault without a situation putting you in fear of harm.
I’m the step daughter and he lived in the house with my mom but she passed before him. He does have 2 kids in another state that he’s signed his rights over to. The will leaves everything to me so am I the only one to collect the funds from the house?
I am not sure what you mean about the two daughters' rights. If the Will is filed for Probate, apparently you receive the entirety of his personal property and residue. And the right to receive money is a chose in action, personal property. If the Will is not Probated, it has no effect and...Read more »
in 1975 my mother was given POA for my grandfather. Upon his death it was learned his daughter-in-law took him to a lawyer in state of dementia and had the will changed to leave everything to her instead. Could my mother have just said NO to signing over rights to the property, or would she have... Read more »
The power of attorney terminates at the ward's death. If there is a Will filed for Probate, interested would-be heirs and next of kin can contest the Will... Proof of incompetency at the time of the Will execution will be needed, amongst any other proof that the Will was not actually the...Read more »
i been living at for 30 some years. she told my girlfriend that she was glad she got me removed somehow. can she sell the property and is the property deed legal. now i been here and have a little family business on the property as well. is my sister in the right for selling and removing my name
No, they cannot be made of record. Posted signs need to be completely filled out with the name and address of the owner. Be careful displaying firearms when confronting trespassers. Call the law and do not give them an opportunity to claim you assaulted them.
My son was found guilty in one case and has been sentenced. He has another case in which a plea deal has been offered but he has to make parole for the first sentence and then complete the second. Can this sentences not run together?
Different criminal convictions can have the sentences run concurrently. But it is very difficult to get all the DA's and Judges to so agree, which needs to be specifically stated in all the Judgments of Convictions. Usually they will not agree and the sentences run consecutively. If all...Read more »
There is nothing the realtor can do. You will need to hire a competent attorney to attempt to agree to a Boundary Line Agreement. The lawyer will need the new survey, then draft an agreement to be executed and recorded. It is your encroachment so you should pay for it. If the adjoining owner...Read more »
Claim based on what? There are probably some heirs at law. You might want to figure out who they are, then establish heirship. Then have the heirs convey the property to you for a small consideration. But a tax sale is the best option, as the taxes have to be paid anyway. Hire a competent...Read more »
Hire a competent attorney to draft the Deed. You need to decide what type of Estate you wish to convey such as: Life Estate/Remainder; Tenants In Common; etc. The Deed takes effect now, while a Will means nothing until you die and it is probated.
I have been incarcerated for 24 years, and noticed the DOS states they wanted me to pay $240 reinstatement fees and go to DUI school. Just paid the $240, but I am told I may not need to go to DUI school since it was so long ago.
What happened? Assuming no criminal charges, you may wish to make the landlord go through the entire process for eviction. A Detainer Warrant must be filed, served or posted, a Judgment for Possession rendered, and if you are not out or appeal within 10 days, a Writ of Possession is issued and...Read more »
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