answered on Jun 17, 2022
Generally a petition for possession is filed with the clerk of court where the decedent lived at the time of death. Sometimes and administration is required where someone is appointed to handle the business of the estate. Once the heirs are identified and the assets of the estate are identified,... Read more »
I was issued a speeding ticket in Tangipahoa Parish. The trooper put the incorrect time, 1045 instead of 945, and also the wrong registration expiration year, 2021 instead of 2022. Am I able to contest the ticket as voidable for inaccurate information?
The following is listed in the section listing the trustee powers. Does the following language mean the trustee can distribute assets as they see fit?
"To make any divisions and payments pursuant to the terms of this Agreement, using cash, securities real estate or other property of... Read more »
Court date was for may 5 2021. Today. This is what they told me Monday when I called them. He goes to court and they tell him he awas supposes to be there yesterday. So I call both parties bk today because he now has a warrent because they lies to me about his court date and they won't fix... Read more »
answered on Apr 20, 2021
You should hire a lawyer as soon as possible. Calendars start to fill up the closer the date gets.
its power of attorney and act of donation form
answered on Apr 19, 2021
You should definitely consult an attorney to be sure that signing these documents serves your best interests. You will be donating something to her that is yours- so be careful! Power of attorney let’s her act on your behalf- so be extra careful and be sure that is something you want to do.
The house is mortgaged, she bought it for about 70k and really is the only asset she has. I have one sister who I know will contest this, but as she has refused to be an actual member of our family for years, my mom wants her to have nothing. I have helped with payments, I take care of her. My... Read more »
Coming to an intersection with a green light there were cars accelerating slowly so I decided to change to the right lane to pass, I glanced to the right side mirror ensuring is was safe to merge and started making the change. When I got my eyes back forward the vehicle in front of me was slamming... Read more »
answered on Apr 19, 2021
You can certainly dispute the citation. You should hire a lawyer and
try and get it dismissed or amended to a non-moving violation.
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