I'm not quite sure I understand the question. Are you wanting to know what in your own estate or the estate of a loved one who has passed away? If the loved one owned property that needs to be probated, the personal representative will have to file an inventory in the probate...Read more »
If you gave him a good forwarding address and he didn't send you a refund of your deposit or an itemization of how the deposit was used (i.e. repairs, unpaid rent, etc.), then you can sue your landlord in small claims court. If you win you may be entitled to additional damages if your...Read more »
Whether the will needs to be probated depends on what was in your father's estate at the time that he died. If the estate had property that was only in his name and that did not have beneficiaries listed, then the will may need to go through the court process known at probate. If your...Read more »
My brother was a resident and died in Arkansas in 2014, leaving no known will. No wife or children. 3 siblings and one was appointed personal representative.He lives and works in Arkansas and bond was also waived. Have never been provided any documentation of estate, real estate property has been... Read more »
It sounds like you need an attorney. The probate administration should not take ten years. Your sibling who was appointed at PR for the estate is not fulfilling his or her duty. If you would like to reach out for a consult, you can contact me at(501) 891-6000 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Probate is a court process that allows property to transfer to an heir or beneficiary after someone dies. A deed to land can be issued by the personal representative during the probate process. If you would like to talk about your case to determine whether probate is needed in your situation,...Read more »
My ex said that that that if my fiance moves in and spends the night while I have my kids, he is going to press contempt of court charges on me. But there is nothing in our divorce or custody papers saying my fiancee can't live here or spend the night while my kids are here.
If it is not addressed in the divorce or custody document you wouldn't be in contempt (it is frequently included, so make SURE that is the case). However, he can ask the court for a modification to restrict cohabitation.
I would expect that to be successful. Conservative state,...Read more »
Without all of facts, messages, etc. it is not possible to determine. It could be a misdemeanor, it could be a felony. Either way, you are not required to speak with the detective. You should consult an attorney and present more information during the consult. Don't put any additional...Read more »
Does he live in Arkansas? Was the conviction in Arkansas or out-of-state? Are the charges in the same case or separate cases? If convicted in two separate cases (different case numbers) he is not eligible for removal.
If the conviction is an aggravated offense or the offender level is 4,...Read more »
Hire an attorney. Discovery will force admission or denial, and production or withholding of 401K documents. Compare that to what responses from his employers . There is no "check for all assets" database, but discovery will help. You may need to hire an accountant.
My fiance was just served with a summons regarding child support that was on a child that might not be his. I am just wondering if we can prove that he is not the father, can she still charge him with child support.
he needs to request a court-ordered paternity test performed as part of the child support action. If it excludes him from being the father, he will be fine. Of course, if it does not, he will be adjudicated the father and owe support.
I rcvd 3 tickets traveling thru AR to Memphis for MLK DAY, I would like to obtain an attorney due to the seriousness of the charges & the discrepancies from the Troopers verbal statements vs the charges listed on the citation. Will obtaining an attorney help w/ possible deferred adjudication on... Read more »
Maybe, maybe not. There are several issues the attorney would have to evaluate, some may not be apparent until discovery is reviewed. What Arkansas county were you in and what court is listed on the ticket?
Yes. Depending on the facts, the parent can face a misdemeanor or felony. Ask the judge for a body attachment (civil warrant) and they often "find" extra money after being hauled before a judge that explains they are about to spend a some time in jail.
In VERY rare circumstances and it should be avoided if possible. See Arkansas Code § 5-2-606. Use of physical force in defense of a person and § 5-2-607. Use of deadly physical force in defense of a person.
Despite your interpretation of those statutes, you should remember to err on...Read more »
My husband is the father to my Step Son and 2 of my young children. He was currently incarcerated and then extradited on a separate warrant to Florida. I am looking to divorce him. His Mother (the grandmother) has a signed notarized letter of custody for my Step Son made a few years ago. His bio... Read more »
You need to consult an attorney. There are unanswered facts that will deteremine how you might proceed. If the notarized letter is not a court order, it does nothing. From the information provided, you are not a biological parent and do not have legal custody established. Grandmother has done...Read more »
The two parents have a custody agreement with the father seeing kids every other weekend. The mother doesn’t communicate with the dad she communicates with the dads father instead. He pays child support & the son has mentioned self harm due to feeling like this is the way out of there. He... Read more »
Ticket in Arkansas (I see you are in TN)? It varies from court to court, really. You will have to appear on the warrant, then address the misdemeanor. Depending on the court, an attorney could make a big difference in how all it plays out (maybe get the FTA dropped, negotiate the fine down, etc.).
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