My sister was appointed Executrix of my Fathers estate and another sister Trustee of his trust. The day after my Fathers funeral service the Executrix and her husband and kids started to go through my Fathers house and started clearing it out and giving stuff away on top of whatever she took for... Read more »
The answer depends on a number of additional factors. A key issue that needs to be addressed is whether the household goods were considered a probate asset, or an asset of your father's Trust. As the other attorneys have advised, the analysis is too complex for an answer on this forum. You...Read more »
Typically you sign a waiver before participating in those types of activities. Unless the place was grossly negligent, you probably cannot sue. I would review the documents you signed. At the end of the day you would need to sit down with an attorney for a full consultation before he or she...Read more »
Now she is trying to kick them out because they are only the step kids but my grandpa's wishes was for them to stay on the property and it be divided between the kids after she dies but she's trying to kick them out is there something he can do
It all depends on how title to the property is held, how your grandfather's wishes were memorialized. You need to sit down with an attorney so he or she can take a detailed look at the entire situation and provide some guidance.
Both my parents are deceased. They did own a trailer but the landlady of the park took the trailer and any assets inside and all that is gone now. There is only a bank account left. They did not have a will and I was power of attorney for my mother before passing . Is it possible for me to be able... Read more »
Unless the account was set to pay on death to a beneficiary, then the only way to access those funds is by going through the probate process. The process can be complex, although as Mr. Jaap said, there are occasions when a simplified process can be used. If you want to try doing it yourself I...Read more »
How an investigation proceeds is to a certain extent up to the discretion of the investigating officer. While there can certainly be arguments about partiality, if your wife witnessed the incident then she may be called upon to testify later. (Either as a defense or prosecution's witness)....Read more »
I'm a resident of Ohio but was texting while driving in West Virginia which caused me to swerve and cross left of center. I explained this to the officer but he insisted I was intoxicated. I asked to take the breathalyzer several times but was refused. I also explained that due to previous... Read more »
If the offense occurred in WV, then you need a WV attorney. Whether or not you have any legal defenses is a complex question and requires a detailed analysis of the entirety of the situation. In short, you need to find a way to obtain an attorney. Maybe readdress your financial situation with...Read more »
My grandfather died in june leaving his assets in trust to his son and daughter equally. His son (my dad) died before receiving his half of assets. My dad was on Supplemental Security Income at time of death and for last 10 years. The family says his half of the assets will pass into his estate to... Read more »
SSI works differently than the Medicaid program. While the federal government has mandated that state Medicaid programs are to seek reimbursement from the estate of a deceased under certain circumstances, it does not extend to SSI benefits. That being said, if an overpayment was made by SSI to...Read more »
Look to the terms of your lease agreement. As long as he complies with his legal obligations then it doesn't matter what his subsequent plans for the property are. The landlord is the owner and can do what he wants with the property.
You need to open up a probate estate in order to be appointed the administrator of your father's estate. This will need to be done in the county where your father lived when he passed away. Each county has local rules and forms that are needed in doing this.
I went to my Dr to get med refills and hoping for lab work due to not feeling well,long story short. My Dr got upset cause I hadn't seen him in a while and after he went through meds to refill I was telling him of issues at hand I was having and he rudely stopped me from what I was saying to... Read more »
So I quit claim deed was given to me 7 years ago and I've been going through a divorce for almost that amount of time and it was just finalized a week ago Thursday and I went to file and paid the convenience fees and the recording fees but something wasn't on the deed a number I... Read more »
I have a friend who is currently in jail facing new felonies. He left state while he is on probation. He has two felony 4s and two felony 5s that he is on probation for. He is facing 2 felony 4 on the new charge.
You may not be able to avoid bankruptcy, that's what it's there for. You can contact the credit card companies to see if they would be willing to work with you. Otherwise, a debt consolidation service may also be of assistance.
Unless she is under a Guardianship/mental disability, you can't. When a person turns 18 the parent has no legal right to require their return. I suggest reaching out and trying to improve the relationship if you want to see her again.
What do you mean by trusted? If you are performing case law research, this is complex task even for many attorneys. One of the main things to be cognizant of is that laws change, and legal precedent gets overruled all the time. Law libraries can give you a starting point, but their materials are...Read more »
I am representing myself in 2 custody cases but i dont know what i need to be defending myself against. As i am my own attorney, doesnt their attorney have to disclose whatever evidence they have against me so I am able to build a proper defense?? Please help me!!
The question is more complex than you think. If you are trying to avoid hiring an attorney you will need to review the Ohio Rules of Civil Procedure, and Ohio Rules of Evidence. (links below) You can also go into your local law library to review legal treatises on the topic.
I have a friend wanting to sign her baby over to my wife and I. Father doesn’t want to be involved with the baby and he has another child with her that he’s not involved with either. They aren’t together currently and have never been married. She’s scared of him because he has damaged her... Read more »
The cops pulled me over for my headlights not being on one night. We told them about weed in the car.. After the cops took the weed they didnt issue was any tickets, should I tell my po that we got pulled over by the cops and tell him the truth?
Tough to say without the full picture. It's common for police to seize the contraband but wait until the lab results come back to formally file charges. Keep in mind that you have the right to remain silent.
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