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1 Answer | Asked in Estate Planning and Real Estate Law for New York on
Q: My brother passed away in Puerto Rico. The property is in P.R. there's no will. He has no children, no wife.

Our father lives here in New York.

I have power of attorney of my dad's real estate and financial situation. My mom is still married with my dad. Can we transfer deed to my dad? Can I do this with power of attorney. Who would have rights to my brothers house after his passing? What can I do?

Russel Morgan
Russel Morgan answered on Jan 12, 2022

You can report the property onto court in claiming ownership but with evidence on why. With our estate planning services we can provide you the help you need.

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law and Child Custody for New York on
Q: My daughter n to give her brother power of attorney so he can put her children in school, doctors right away she is in

Ny Children in Atlanta Georgia will the power of attorney papers be okay .

Russel Morgan
Russel Morgan answered on Jan 12, 2022

Yes, though this question is a bit unclear but happy to assist you over the phone or email.

2 Answers | Asked in Elder Law for New York on
Q: In ny we would like to pay the penalty for Medicaid cured ?
Russel Morgan
Russel Morgan answered on Jan 12, 2022

When it comes to penalty’s, you can pay it but needs further details on the reason. You can always consult with us for more specific advice.

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3 Answers | Asked in Estate Planning, Real Estate Law and Probate for New York on
Q: Hello from New York. My dad recently died, my mom died a year earlier, the house is still in my dad's and mom's name.

I live in the house. Dad and Mom wanted only me to have house, not my brother, because I took care of them for over 10 years. There are no papers signed though for me to have it. My brother said you have to have his name on it also because they left no papers for me to have it.

Is this... Read more »

Russel Morgan
Russel Morgan answered on Jan 12, 2022

The can always contest the Will and have it go through a probate but if you provide details on why the assets should move towards on your behalf, I can provide you the proper details on how to do so. The court then decides with what is destined to happen in the end.

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3 Answers | Asked in Family Law for New York on
Q: Can a mother legally take inheritance away from a 18 year old because they stole,snuck out and smoked as a minor

can inheritance(a big sum of money and land) be taken away from an 18 year old if they have committed crimes in the past?

Russel Morgan
Russel Morgan answered on Jan 12, 2022

Yes, you need to provide information to the court on why this needs to be done but this process can go through a lengthy probate. Who’s the inheritance from? I’d like to assist you in this case so feel free to call or email. You can also visit our website to view anymore details to estate planning.

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2 Answers | Asked in Estate Planning, Family Law, Foreclosure and Real Estate Law for New York on
Q: Grandmother was coerced into signing a deed transfer and wants to correct it. What should she do?
Russel Morgan
Russel Morgan answered on Dec 13, 2021

You would need an estate lawyer to view the document itself and to see how we can take this to court for a fix. You would need to provide as much information as possible to have us understand that it was a mistake and that it should be fixed but no worries, this issue is common which means that... Read more »

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