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1 Answer | Asked in Estate Planning, Family Law and Elder Law for Texas on
Q: Does POA give me the right to keep one of my dad's daughters away?

I have durable POA and medical POA. My dad's daughter recently started taking him to appointments and taking him out. Then I found out that she added herself to his bank and was controlling his money.. Do I have the power to keep her away from him? If I don't, what can I do to keep her... Read more »

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answered on Nov 19, 2022

It depends on what the POA states, Find out id your dad knows she put her name on his account, You may want to open a new bank account for him,

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce and Family Law for Texas on
Q: My wife does not want to divorce but will sign a separation agreement or postnup for lump sum. What is best way forward

She is too traumatized to divorce right now, but needs a lump sum representing half the community property and 7 years of spousal support. What is the best document for her to sign so that if she agrees to divorce later, the court will deduct this pre-payment from what she is owed in a divorce... Read more »

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answered on Nov 19, 2022

A post nupt agreement is what you need,

3 Answers | Asked in Family Law and Child Custody for Texas on
Q: Do I need to hire a lawyer or can I file to enforce an order myself?

The custodial parent is denying me(non custodial) access to school teachers to check to see how my children are doing academic wise. She will not let me speak with anybody at the school and they are scared because there was a writ of attachment back a year ago due to her dropping the children off... Read more »

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answered on Nov 19, 2022

You need to retain a lawyer. If you have a court order they can file a motion to enforce and maybe a wrti,

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1 Answer | Asked in Divorce for Texas on
Q: My soon to be ex husband filed for divorce and everything he put in for the reason was a lie and I never got a chance to

Fight back and deny the petition he defamed my character by saying I abandoned my son at a strangers porch which is not true and he used that excuse to get early discharge out of the army! I have proof I wS with my son taking him to school every day during the dates he's accusing me of doing... Read more »

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answered on Nov 18, 2022

Retain a lawyer and have your day in court, He has to prove the allegations . His word alone is not enough

2 Answers | Asked in Family Law and Probate for Texas on
Q: Can my mother sue my fathers ex for my fathers ira , he has died in Texas

My father divorced my mother and she gave him everything including IRA, he has died in Texas and my mother did not know he was having an affair and married a woman , can my mother sue her fir the IRA

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Penny Wymyczak-White
answered on Nov 18, 2022

No she can not take any part of the IRA.

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1 Answer | Asked in Domestic Violence for Texas on
Q: I have a charge of domestic violence charge felony charge ivenever been arrested at probation will they do a pee test
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answered on Nov 18, 2022

Yes, they could drug test you, retain an a lawyer asap,

2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Civil Rights, Constitutional Law and Domestic Violence for Texas on
Q: I want to know in Texas, what is the timeframe allotted to hold trial after indictment and what is the code on this?

I feel my attorney has waived my right to fair and speedy trial. I have not consented to this and he has not informed me that he has or not. But being that I’ve been in this case over 2 years, going on 3 I feel that this is the case. I am looking for an answer to this question due to the fact... Read more »

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answered on Nov 17, 2022

Covid put all cases on hold and many cases are over two years old, Your attorney can file a Motion for speedy trial but it is very limited,

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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Texas on
Q: Can a felon have a firearm in their home as decoration if it has no firing pin or trigger? Is it legal?

I was thinking of buying a gun for my bf who is a felon because he wants it as decoration and before giving it to him removing the firing pin and or trigger so it is disabled and for "looks" only. Is this legal?

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answered on Nov 16, 2022

If he has been out of prison for 5 years it may be ok under sate law but not federal law,

2 Answers | Asked in DUI / DWI for Texas on
Q: My mom was killed in DWI and his lawyer has kept resetting the case for 3 years because he is sick what can we do?

This is Really has been emotional and stressful

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Penny Wymyczak-White
answered on Nov 20, 2022

Who is sick the lawyer or defendant? Covid has delayed all trials. Try to set up a meeting with the ADA to discuss this case.

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2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Texas on
Q: What is the punishment for a stolen firearm in texas first offense
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answered on Nov 14, 2022

This is a felony . Retain a lawyer asap, You could get probation or TDC time,

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2 Answers | Asked in Personal Injury and Social Security for Texas on
Q: Can someone please help me with my disability claim? Been turned down often

He was in jail and now cannot get any help . Food stamps, disability. Was electrocuted on the job- injuries to

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answered on Nov 22, 2022

Retain a social security attorney, You need a lawyer that only does social security cases,

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2 Answers | Asked in Divorce for Texas on
Q: When a spouse has ownership in a highly profitable business, how can/do they hide/misrepresent assets?

Is hiring a Private Investigators, Financial Forensics Svc, etc… the best way to go when you know your spouse is extremely SHADY (narcissist traits). Focus on finances discovery…

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answered on Nov 10, 2022

Take Cash or open bank accounts without your knowledge,

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2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Texas on
Q: Why am I still being charged?

Me and a co defendant were charged with possession of a controlled substance less than a gram. However the co defendant signed on the charge recently but I'm still being charged and going to court for it. What can I do?

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answered on Nov 7, 2022

Retain a lawyer. If the drugs was in reach of where you were they can charge you,

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2 Answers | Asked in Family Law for Texas on
Q: Visitation modification

I'm currently the "Non Custodial Parent", looking to relocate to Kentucky due to lower cost of living (Barely breaking even in Dallas). What modifications might i need to visitation and what is a typical out come to expect? Would it be possible to get over summer visitations,... Read more »

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answered on Nov 7, 2022

You get over 100-mile visitation, If it is not part of your court order you need to file a Motion to Modify, Part of it si 42 days in summer every Spring break , One weekend a month and holidays remain the same, ,

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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Texas on
Q: Is an arrest legal if the officer sought an arrest warrant for class A offense due to a previous traffic stop if the

County attorney has received the officers report and offered the subject a pretrial diversion on a small AMT of weed in Texas?

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Penny Wymyczak-White
answered on Nov 3, 2022

If the arrest is legal it is a good offer

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody and Family Law for Texas on
Q: Can a non biological “parent” get rights to a child that is not his if he’s been involved in child’s life for 6 years?
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answered on Nov 3, 2022

You may have standing . Contact a lawyer and go over the facts of your case

2 Answers | Asked in Divorce, Estate Planning and Family Law for Texas on
Q: My grandpa bought his house and is in his name only, before he married his wife of 25+ years.

They are now in the process of a divorce. But I'm not so sure he will live long enough before the divorce is finalized. He wants to leave his house to me only. What do I need to do to ensure this happens?

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answered on Nov 3, 2022

He can give you the house now by deed or do a will

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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Texas on
Q: IF YOU ARE PASSED OUT IN YOUR CAR AT A STORE DOES IT GIVE COP RWASONABLE CAUSE TO SEARCH VEHICLE
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answered on Nov 2, 2022

If you are passed out the cops can do a safety check and if something is in plain view or if the car smells like pom they can see how the car.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Domestic Violence for Texas on
Q: How can i get a waiver of prosecution for a case that involves my child. i dont want to press charges

I need help finding who to get in contact with

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answered on Nov 2, 2022

Retain a lawyer but because a child is involved they may not honor it

1 Answer | Asked in DUI / DWI for Texas on
Q: Should I plead guilty or not guilty on a dui charge at .4 on breathalyzer . I’m 20 years old
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answered on Nov 1, 2022

You should retain a lawyer. You passed the breath test but additional facts have to be discussed

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