My dad took out a life insurance policy about 10 years before he married his second wife. He passed away recently. Me and my 2 siblings are the only beneficiaries named on the insurance policy, but the will did state we are supposed to each receive cash gift of $100k and the rest of everything he... Read more »
If the beneficiary designation was done before the marriage the designation may be called into question. You only set out as to when the policy was issued not when the designation was last changed. Good luck. 888-343-4529.
The first thing that I would want to know what your practical goals and reasons for wanting to modify the prior order. Sometimes it’s not worth paying attorney fees if you can continue living your life as you’ve done for the past couple of years. Good luck.
The law has certain time limitations involving accident cases. You should pursue an action against the driver and the company the driver works for. Feel free to contact us to assist you as soon as possible to get the case resolved as soon as possible. We can handle cases all over the state....Read more »
If your misdemeanor case has not been resolved give the info to your attorney. If it’s over and you plead guilty you’re probably out of luck. Consult with a criminal appeal lawyer for possible remedies.
I have a current c/s, visitation order in Texas; I'm currently 1 month behind on c/s payments due to attending a fast course class (school). My son's mother is preventing me from seeing my son due to this. I have taken my court order to her house to pick him up and even asked police to meet me... Read more »
I want to divorce him, we have not lived together since March and before that he left me for almost a year and got someone else Pregnant and slept with multiple women, he’s on probation because of the violence behavior that he displayed in front of my parents house he’s verbally abusive not... Read more »
You need to consult with an attorney in your area so that you can understand the full ramifications of your desire. This is a serious endeavor and it is best done with an experienced attorney. Then you can proceed with your goals in mind.
And we had a final order signed by a judge..after she passed my sister in law took them into her home because she said that CPS said that she had custoday if them,that's what she told us so we listened as to not making anything worse,,just recently we found out that we actually have legal custody... Read more »
There are remedies which are afforded depending on circumstances. But, the best interest of the child is the standard used in any determinations as it relates to the child. Consult an attorney if there are emergency situations involved. Good luck.
My son is from a previous marriage, his biological dad and I got divorced in Illinois when he was only 1year and 8 months, His biological father at the time of the divorce I only had one addressed where I sent out the divorce paperwork and that was in California, he signed the divorce and also a... Read more »
The grandparents sued me for visitation 7 years ago when my son’s dad died because his father lived in their home longer than 6 months with our son. They continue to violate me as a mother- bought him a BB gun without permission, let him spend the night with people I don’t even know without... Read more »
If you have safety concerns for your son that are valid seeking changes to the court order 7 years ago should be definitely doable. You have to show a material and substantial change from then and it appears that you have several changes. Your rights as a parent are superior to the grandparents...Read more »
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