My father married 1 month before he passed from cancer in OH. He was heavily medicated in the last few months of his life. The girlfriend has stated he left no will and refuses to speak with anyone in the family about his estate by saying that’s between her and her husband. I’m his child from a... Read more »
The non filing of city taxes does not have a statute of limitations. I would need to look a the city of Dayton ordinances to be sure. I would recommend looking to your bank for proof of payment from that period of time if you do not have copies of your paper filings.
First sorry for your loss of parents. If there is a will it will name an executor. That executor will have power granted by the probate court in the proper jurisdiction. This takes a couple weeks at its fastest pace to get the power granted. Once granted the executor can go forward with...Read more »
In order for a party to take a person to court there needs to be some connection to the matter by both the third party and you. A possible explanation is if you are a cosigner. You may be considering this a s third party.
My close friend is currently in jail and would like to give me power of attorney. Currently, his family has his money, bank account information, social security card, as well as other important legal documents. He does not trust his family to have his best interest due to them being the ones that... Read more »
Every lease you sign or most legal contracts should always be reviewed by an attorney of your choice. A lease is a significant commitment. A landlord tenant or real estate attorney are your best bets for review.
In Ohio. I just received a wage garnishment from the court (which I was unaware of since it was back in 2017). Can I still try to make a payment with the creditor or will I have to go to court for my hearing to ask? The creditor was Attorney general. I don't have the money to pay this... Read more »
You are always better to work out with a creditor prior to court. It saves you both time and money. The creditor will incur legal expenses in going to court so you are saving them money and they are more workable prior to spending time and money. I wish you good luck
You would wan to run the eviction course for a month to month tenant and follow your local court rules to have him evicted. Once he is evicted please do not allow him to return or you will be back in the same mess even if it is for a short time allowing him to return.
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