My mom got married at 72 and now is in a verbally abusive relationship. She is the income provider of the household and he wants access to her money. She no longer wants to be both him but she is afraid of the repercussions. She is a resident of Puerto Rico but the marriage took place in Maryland.... Read more »
Hello and thank you for using Justia. The law States that it is until the age of 21. There are exceptions to this rule such as if Child continúes académic studies at age 21 upto age 25, Child becomes married or emancipated legally before age 21 or health issues that render her incapable....Read more »
Is there a tax with interest and penalty due. Value of Estate is around $4m. There has been 3 bad lawyers involved and internal as well as external fighting that has now lasted 17yrs from DOD. I am very concerned about potential liabilities. All born in PR, 3 live in USA and 1 still lives in P.R..
Asume in Puerto Rico is very difficult to make contact with.. Things such as kids mom getting married son dropping out daughter is now pregnant and graduating high school has never been reported by custodial parent. I have the documents to most of the things but still have not recieved a word... Read more »
Hello and thank you for using Justia. You are dealing with an agency that is almost impossible to contact from a remote location. This is a must visit agency. Even then it is a daunting task even for Attorneys. This is a very téchnical agency with a vast collection of regulations and laws all of...Read more »
My son had dropped out of high school at 16 then decided to go to job corps. Graduated at 17 was working for some people on the island then move to FL. Just turning 18yo. Lived with me and i found him employment were i am currently. He was with me for about a year before he moved out and back with... Read more »
Hello and thank you for using Justia. You can and must get the Child support order reviewed and ceased. You also need to request credit for payments made directly to the Child while he was in your physical custody (residing) and / or under your care. This is amatter that you problably would want to...Read more »
We are not married and he left us when she was 2 1/2 months to Texas then to Florida. He came back in November 2019. He now lives in PR but has rarely visited us. My daughter is now 1 year and a few months old. He has really made much efforts on helping us. My mother and grandmother has been... Read more »
Hello and thank you for using Justia. You will need the Father's consent to travel with the child to New York. If the Father does not give consent then you will need to request Court Authority for travel and transfer of the Child to New York.
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I'd like to get a vehicle on the island and I understand the traditional methods of leasing and financing but i'm not familiar with the loan transfer process and can't find any relevant info via the web so far. I need a used vehicle but due to current circumstances, i'm unsure... Read more »
Hello and thank you for using Justia. You will not find any laws since it is ilegal to transfer an account without the lender's authorization. There are many instances that have occured where the vehicle is sold to a third party but the title and loan continue in the name that appears on the...Read more »
You have been notified by a third party that your Grandmother is being subjected to Elderly Abuse. You must immediately call the Puerto Rico Abuse Hotline at (787) 725-9788 or (787) 721-8225 and report the abuse. In addition you can contact the...Read more »
Hello and thank you for using Justia. You will need a certified copy of the Court Order and attached a Apostille Stamp from the State Department un Puerto Rico. With the document, you Will appear in the Las Vegas Court House and request a Court Marshalls assistance to get your daughters.
Hello and thank you for using Justia. Now that she has had an Engineer prepare a "Mensura" (property measures), she needs to get Court Authorization to move the fence. This is a legal process to revindicate the property dementions as registered in the Property Registry Department, thus...Read more »
My grandmother was murdered 2 weeks ago I was finally able to bury her yesterday. I have her testament and would like to know what my next steps are. I am here in Puerto Rico now but I live in Atlanta, GA. I need an attorney here who will help me probate this estate, access her accounts and sell my... Read more »
Hello and thank you for using Justia. My sincero condolances
You Will need to contract the services of an Attorney in Puerto Rico for said process. The Attorney Will do the entire Probate of the Testament, filing Inheritance Tax Return and having said Testament executed.
Hello and thank you for using Justia. Yes you must first complete the Probate process for both of your beloved Parents. This is done by creating an individual Estate for each of your beloved Parents. Once the Court has declared whom the members of each Estate are (Inheritors). Next you will need to...Read more »
I have a child support order from Puerto Rico but I live in Texas. My oldest daughter has reached majority but my son has not. The father has not requested termination and decided to give me half of the support. What Puerto Rican law states that child support does not end automatically at the... Read more »
Hello and thank you for using Justia. Child Support order can only be modified by a Court Order. Thus for the elimination of a Child Support order the Court must rule on eliminating the Order. Please Vieques the following link on this matter; http://www.ramajudicial.pr/orientacion/pension.htm...Read more »
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