it has been ongoing there is a settelment on the table but i dont know anything about it will i be held responsable for any monies if i dont apear i have rcvd nothing from the estate how do i defend againdt this action
Being charged ONLINE fee and ON Campus fees when the course is only ONLINE. There is no benefit graduate students have from these ON CAMPUS fees and no lecture is given ON CAMPUS due to the course being ONLINE.
CAMPUS is now closed yet graduate students still being charged for ON CAMPUS... Read more »
Interesting situation. While I agree completely that you should not be charged for on campus services if you are engaged in-line. It would depend on the contract between you and the university. I would first contact the Registrars office by telephone to attempt a resolution
Yes. So long as you have standing to contest the will - meaning you would have inherited if there was not a will or if you were in an earlier will. You will need an attorney to represent your interests.
heirs when I file my small estate affidavit in Rutherford county Tennessee. All I am looking to do is transfer husbands funds into my own Roth account. Technically there was no will, but I did find a handwritten, signed paper from my husband stating that all his worldly possessions were left to me.
I have never been in an accident/never received a ticket before. I stopped my coverage due to car repairs ~awhile~ back and being a full time university student I let my self slip in the financial responsibility. I didn’t have insurance during the time of being pulled over but not even 24 hours... Read more »
My son died without a will. His father, sister, and I are his next of kin. I have no knowledge of any assets or debts. The insurance company requires a small estate affidavit with a federal EIN number to consider payment. Do I have to be the "affiant", or is the insurance company?
Contracts with local clients- established. Investor wanted to deposit “monies” from unknown sources into business account. I am a Lease holder and investor has put myself and the employees out. Investor has made slanderous comments to members of the business community. I have lost all wages,... Read more »
The property includes a bank account. Since the quit claim is for real estate, how are bank accounts outlined and settled in the Probate process? I am currenty Estate admin of the account with restricted access from the bank. What paperwork do I need to have the restrictions removed?
There are requirements that must be met before closing an estate, such as a TennCare release, publication, etc. If you are administrator of an intestate estate you should have received letters of Administration that will permit you access to accounts.
There was almost 600 acres there and i owned part in every bit of it. Well I recwntly moved back into town and heard that my mom has sold all of the land and my siblings got the suarw of money that was rightfully theirs, but I was just completely cut out all together. There is probably 600,000... Read more »
I am a volunteer fire fighter that works in a fast food restaurant in Tennessee, but the owner of that store is from South Carolina. I don't know if South Carolina has similar codes to the two listed above, that way I can be protected should I get a call prior to my shift starting, and/or get... Read more »
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