Yes you can amend and add a creditor better to do so as soon as possible. It's necessary to do new declaration statements, etc. though so you should carefully review all the steps. This is a general forum and not meant to give specific details. You're better off paying an attorney a fee to visit...Read more »
As long as your grandmother was of sound mind when she signed the title over to you and it's been properly recorded and there was no undue influence or duress they should have no grounds to sue you. When a family member gets closer to the end of their life it's very common for other relatives to...Read more »
I owe my child's mother back child support. I was paying her for years through Western Union and she wasn't reporting it. I was able to get that taken off what I owe because I was able to produce proof of the payments. Fast forward a few years, and she said she is willing to have the balance... Read more »
In many States the custodial person can sign an affidavit stating they have received the money and there isn't anymore due; however, it will depend on whether there is any money due the State for medicaid recovery, etc. You can check the State's child support website for more information.
I am the custodial parent. My children's father gets disability. Child support is taken from his check. Well I stopped receiving it back in November. I've contacted the OAG who stated they have not received anything from him. I confronted him, at which he showed me the garnishment online for... Read more »
I asked Atty probating husband's estate several times in writing about deceased daughter. Atty said deceased child wasn't an heir; did not inherit share equal to siblings. Despite my concerns Atty filed estate documents w/out incl. deceased child as an heir. Now Atty sent me deed from estate to... Read more »
If the daughter lived for 4 1/2 months after the father passed away then she is considered an heir at the time of his death because she was alive. At this point her share would belong to her estate or whomever it has been determined her estate belongs to. If there is a court probate proceeding...Read more »
You can call the Probate Clerk department for the County where he lived to see if he deposited the will for safekeeping or if he regularly used a lawyer you may want to ask them if they ever prepared a will for your dad.
Dad was a good and slow driving. He has some memory issues which exacerbated when mom passed suddenly. He got lost one foggy night and stopped in a strange part of town. He didn't have his phone. The police took him to a hospital, the state got involved without contacting me. I have medical and... Read more »
Consult with an attorney who is approved to handle guardianships as your father is going to need some type of help and either the State is going to seek a guardianship or you may do so. You might argue that he already has alternatives to guardianship in place; however, no one has power over the...Read more »
Lived in dallas for about 10 months then went to canada on a vacation and now in Virginia for 2 months.. can I still file a case in dallas for divorce as it was my marital home. Will the residency issue stop me from filing ? Current expecting my first child so cannot travel immediately
If your dog bit their child then you are responsible and they do not have to use their own insurance, in fact most of the time their insurance may refuse to pay. What would likely happen is they will make a claim on your homeowner's insurance which should cover the claim unless you have the type...Read more »
NVC is asking for the fees and complete Immigrant Visa Application. I paid fees and working on the application now and I have all the info BUT the marriage date I used for the original I-130 document 12 years ago, I cannot even remember if I put a marriage date down for her. Requested a FOIA... Read more »
So now my aunt is 90 years old they shipped her to Italy and they sold her house and my kids never got their share that the Aunt promised them. I have it on video tape that the end gave a testimony to She said that she always had this paperwork in her safe at the bank but my sister-in-law ripped it... Read more »
Generally, the named executor can waive their right to serve and if there is a second named executor they can apply to serve. If there is no second named executor then a person can apply to serve with the consent of the beneficiaries and approval of the Court.
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