Labor union, a non-profit, was suspended in California by the FTB, from October 2018 to May 2019. During this time they continued collecting dues without informing members of suspension status. Union was reinstated, or revived, in May 2019. Was this legal? Are dues collected during this time... Read more »
If you are named as his beneficiaries in his will, then as of the instant of his death, you are the owners of all property left to you in his will. A power of attorney typically does NOT survive after the principal's death.
I assume that I would have to pay short-term capital gains taxes based on the immediate market value, then if I immediately sold it, would I then pay capital gains taxes again based on the original owner's cost basis? Thank you in advance for your insights.
If you received it for services rendered. The value of the Stock is ordinary income to you. And, the value is, therefore, your tax basis. If you sell it at a gain, the difference between your selling price and the value when you received it for services rendered is your capital gain; short term or...Read more »
The more detailed and specific the better; (within reason); the location of the bank or brokerage, or property. The balance of dollars is not necessary; But, you do want to make it as easy as possible for the person who will be managing your estate or trust or company to locate and marshall all of...Read more »
I was misinformed about my job duties, requirements, and compensation by my direct supervisor. When I attempted to gain clarity I was informed that I was being released due to the fact that I was on parole. This information was delivered verbally from company supervisor in corporation's... Read more »
You are entitled to a fair and complete explanation. You may contact the state labour board and request a hearing. A local labour law attorney who handles employees' claims may be helpful to you. You should request a full explanation from your former employer IN WRITING. Ask for a complete...Read more »
You are entitled to a copy of your Dad's will. You are an heir at law. You should request a copy in writing If refused and you want a copy, you may need to engage a lawyer who knows probate and trust law in CA.
My father passed away and left no will. He and my mother were divorced, and he lived with another woman for 18 years unmarried. There are a few small things I would like to have as keepsakes, and his vehicle was in his name alone. As his blood relative am I entitled to these few things? or is... Read more »
If he died without a will, his children inherit his property. California does not recognize so-called common law marriage. But, maybe he gifted things to his companion? He could do so, if he wanted to make gifts to her. Have you told your father's companion what you would like to receive. You...Read more »
In 2020, I applied for the Homestead Reduction to my property taxes based on 2019 value of my home. I am 67 and earned only Social Security benefits in 2019. My County auditor says they go back to 2018 income. This makes no sense to me. Is it correct? I understand that I pay 2019 taxes in... Read more »
My parent passed away 2012. We Auctioned everything expect for almost 100 acres of land and 1 house with land. My sister has been on drugs, in and out of jail. The house and land are still in the estate with the sheriff office in Randolph county WV. Because there was no will an we could not figure... Read more »
I also heard her lawyer say this would be my year and my ex wife claimed our child anyway. I thought claiming in odd number years for tax purposes would mean that I claim 2019 being it’s an odd number year. If that’s the case what do I do? I don’t want to get her in trouble and I have tried... Read more »
The probate Court Judge will sort this all out. If you want to call something to the attention of the Probate Court Judge file a petition with the Court putting all facts before the Court. Give Notice to all parties. Use a lawyer familiar with Probate Court Procedures.
Should my other siblings and I call the police,press charges or file a report?The same sibling petioning to be administrator although he isn't yet still had his lawyer draw up papers stating anyone who takes property from the estate will be ineligible for inheritance.could this effect his... Read more »
file or have your attorney file a petition with the superior court, notifying the Court of what has taken place and requesting that the court order that the taken item be replaced and that the taker be properly sanctioned.
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