answered on Nov 19, 2021
You should talk to an attorney to go over the facts of your case. You need to explain how and who stole your money. Basically, why Coinbase is at fault for your loss?
My sister is currently Administratrix of my late mother’s estate and has already committed various breaches of fiduciary duty, including requesting the estate reimburse her for debt owed by the decedent she was liable to pay as power-of-attorney and attorney-in-fact to the decedent before her... Read more »
answered on Nov 17, 2021
You need to go over everything you just asked a question about with an attorney. I have seen a $400 home sell for $78,000 because of liens that couldn't be avoided so the new owner took on the liens. I have also see properties sell under market value because a hoarder lived in them, tenants... Read more »
Family believes the life insurance should be part of the estate even thought it was left in my name snd not theirs.
answered on Oct 7, 2021
Just because your family wants something doesn't mean it has to be done. As explained by Ms. Whitehurst, insurance proceeds are normally not subject to probate. My firm would never agree to represent your siblings unless they had proof you did something that you shouldn't have.... Read more »
My school district hasn’t enforced a provision on teacher advancement in terms of salary in over 25 years. A new HR director is making it a point to enforce it, and is denying salary differentials for teachers who have more than a Masters degree coming in. Furthermore HR has decided teachers... Read more »
answered on Sep 27, 2021
You should talk with an employment lawyer. It sounds like discrimination to me. If the only people it has been enforced on are two black woman that is insane.
My motherinlaw deeded her NJ house to Gerald (my husband) and his 1brother Eddy as a life estate. Her last Will and testament- dated the same day as her deed- states the house should be given to the Gerald, Ed AND the children of the other 2 brothers who passed away in 2012 and 2014. Does the... Read more »
answered on Aug 10, 2021
The deed is for a life estate. In normal situations, the life estate is vested in the people until they die, and then after they pass the property goes to who is named in the will. The will takes over after the life estate is over. The property could be sold and divided if Gerald and Eddy agree.
answered on Jul 12, 2021
I suggest just calling a probate attorney and asking your questions. Once you figure out the family tree and if there are kids from a previous marriage, the size of the augmented estate... Then it is pretty straightforward... Okay not all that straightforward, but a probate attorney can walk you... Read more »
When they married her 2 children were grown and out of the house. They never lived with my gather and nothing was ever in their mothers name. There was a joint account that only my dads money went into and the bills were paid from and she had her own account that her money went in and she spent.... Read more »
answered on Jun 22, 2021
Talk to an attorney to go over your options. If there is a will, different things can apply.
irs and detaisl with the medical care and transportation and i lived in his home. He died intestate and I CREATED an estate as an administratrix. My three siblings were not inculded in this paperwork so I could as most of his affairs, handle things without the stress and emotional abuse from them... Read more »
answered on May 10, 2021
When someone dies without a will all Kids have the same rights. This may not seem fair, but it is the way the laws are written. So, your siblings may fight you for administration. There are forms that they could sign off on to surrender their rights to you. You really should speak... Read more »
Limited duty medical assignment cost me promotion even though all my assigned tasks were completed without being effected by medical condition. Work For NYC Sanitation. Passed over for promotion due to being on limited duty assignment (no driving) even though my assigned position doesn't... Read more »
answered on Apr 13, 2021
You really should speak with an employment attorney. It sounds like you may have a claim.
My father tricked/intimidated my mother into getting a 2nd mortgage in her name alone. They are both on the deed. He had the bills go to him at another location then stopped paying. He refused to agree to any solutions (sell, refinance, etc) & has liens against him on the home. He won't... Read more »
answered on Apr 12, 2021
Your mother should reach out to an attorney that would work with her. She may have options, but trying to tell you to tell her what they are based on the little information you provided is not likely to be helpful.
answered on Apr 7, 2021
His state. Does he have anything to be probated in NJ or PR for that matter?
Notice of pendency we are extended extensions to sell the house to them we have only received from them loan applications and not the commitment letter from the bank I'm really lost and I don't no longer know what to do is stating on real estate sites that it is pending sale but it is... Read more »
answered on Apr 7, 2021
It sounds like you should call an attorney who does real transactions for properties in foreclosure for a free consultation. Instead of trying to do everything yourself, it may be work checking with someone that you are not being ripped off.
answered on Apr 6, 2021
It sounds like he is in a foreclosure matter based on a notice of pendency. If he does nothing, eventually he will lose the house. If he starts replying or looking at loan modification, he can save his home. He just needs to start taking action.
My dad left me the house, I cared for him 24/7 for 400 days. My siblings all own their own homes and never visited or came to funeral, but want the house. The house has a lean that I was paying
answered on Apr 5, 2021
I am sorry to hear about your loss.
So, 50 interrogatories can be high or low based on the case and what is being asked and why. Have one case where over 60 medical subpoenas are going out based on things that happened and multi years of multiple doctors. The interrogatories varied from... Read more »
answered on Mar 29, 2021
Tricky question. The key phrase if you dig into the law is "taken in by the executor." A non-probate asset may end up in the executor's hands. So a non-probate asset designated in a poor way may have to be probated. (Example: 401k beneficiary names a dead sibling. No secondary... Read more »
I opened the doors to my s-corp in 2020 and due to covid I may have to file for bankruptcy. I have a great opportunity to buy a house now and don't know if the bank will go after my house for collateral. Should I wait to see what the business does or is it safe to buy a house prior to a... Read more »
answered on Mar 29, 2021
If you are a personal guarantor, any judgment against you could attach to your home. So, if you file for bankruptcy first, buying a house would most likely be more difficult, but if you buy a home are sued, and the other side wins it could attach to your home as a lien.
They own a home with a mortgage of about $300,000. He owns another home with a mortgage of about 150,000. She’s not working, she’s a retired nurse. Can she claim bankruptcy?
answered on Mar 24, 2021
She would have to provide her documents to a bankruptcy attorney to get the best answer. She most likely could file a chapter 13 to protect the assets which is a repayment plan over 3 to 5 years based on her income. She may even be able to file a chapter 7 to wipe out the excessive debt and still... Read more »
I am 50 and I just got my EMT certification (NYS) I had an interview yesterday. They asked if I ever had any moving violations and I said never. He then asked when I started driving and I said when I was 16. That should’ve been the end of his questions but then he went on to ask me how long... Read more »
answered on Mar 10, 2021
If you are not offered the position, reach out to an employment lawyer. If you are offered the job, then just make sure to continue to document anything that appears like it could be used against you or the people you work with. When one class is discriminated against, there tends to be a pattern... Read more »
answered on Feb 23, 2021
It depends. For instance, if you have a chapter 13 and you do not make your mortgage payments the bank can ask to lift the automatic stay. And if the stay is lifted they can go after the house.
If you file a chapter 7 and own a car, and stop making payments the creditor can ask for the... Read more »
Justia Ask a Lawyer is a forum for consumers to get answers to basic legal questions. Any information sent through Justia Ask a Lawyer is not secure and is done so on a non-confidential basis only.
The use of this website to ask questions or receive answers does not create an attorney–client relationship between you and Justia, or between you and any attorney who receives your information or responds to your questions, nor is it intended to create such a relationship. Additionally, no responses on this forum constitute legal advice, which must be tailored to the specific circumstances of each case. You should not act upon information provided in Justia Ask a Lawyer without seeking professional counsel from an attorney admitted or authorized to practice in your jurisdiction. Justia assumes no responsibility to any person who relies on information contained on or received through this site and disclaims all liability in respect to such information.
Justia cannot guarantee that the information on this website (including any legal information provided by an attorney through this service) is accurate, complete, or up-to-date. While we intend to make every attempt to keep the information on this site current, the owners of and contributors to this site make no claims, promises or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness or adequacy of the information contained in or linked to from this site.