My mom is 90 years old and she has a will. I keep on telling her I think she should get a trust, I think it’s called a living trust. She has six children and everything is to be divided equally. Is a will sufficient
The honest answer is that a good Will is all the most people need. Why? A properly drafted living trust generally costs several times what a Will generally costs upfront and over your lifetime. Thus, the reason you will see most poor and middle class people use Wills and many of the Rich will...Read more »
Tickets don't just go away and eventually if you don't pay them they turn into a warrant or a suspension of your drivers license or both. You can pay the warrant any time at any NJ police station, BUT if you want to pay it at the court you have to wait to do this during the weekday. The...Read more »
I had a family member Break into my home and steel stuff I called the police but know I don’t want the police to further investigate But I am scared of police Retaliation because I’ve had bad experiences
You can't drop a police investigation, what you can do is tell them its a mistake if it was, but if they find that you are or did lie to a law enforcement officer you can get in trouble. I suggest that you setup a consultation with an experienced criminal lawyer to determine your best options...Read more »
You don't have to worry about doing small probate because she died with the will, just have executor file the will with the local county probate office. Luckily when you die having a will the probate process is much easier, even a simpler procedure than with "small probate". Using...Read more »
Possible plaintiff litigation: Civil Complaint of Theft of property (misappropriated corporate documents that include confidential R&D data, methods, procedures, formulars et. and life science data developed under DOD grant and contract) and Conversion (concealed) by former company consultants... Read more »
Then if your worried about losing your job spend the big bucks and hire a good traffic ticket lawyer. Most of us traffic ticket lawyers offer a free in office consultation where you will learn how we can help you to eliminate points, penalties and even in many cases reduce the fines for the...Read more »
Its still possible to get arrested, but the longer you go the less likely you will be arrested for it. Generally the statute of limitations for most criminal drug charges is either 1 or 5 years depending on the charge.
There is no Alcohol violation, and the car was under maintenance which interlock was notified. Interlock has very clearly stated that during the maintenance date running violation is not taken in account , Interlock has sent non-compliance report to MVC
This is generally charged as a second degree crime thus the offender faces 5 to 10 years in jail with a presumption in the law that the person will go to jail. This is especially true for domestic violence cases. A good lawyer should be able to help you reduce or eliminate this jail time if your...Read more »
court notice was received for appearance for no insurance card. There was never a traffic stop. It appears that someone reported a hit and run with my car two-three months prior and this is how they were contacting me by issuing a ticket?? It just doesn't sound right. The ticket date does... Read more »
I suggest that you pay it as even if you had a defense, which you did not present in your question. Your not allowed to have anything that blocks the view of the windshield in front of you in your car.
Can I possibly get the 39:3-40 thrown out because I obviously wasn't driving? As for the 39:6B-2 since NJ cops can't see your insurance info can I get this one thrown out because there's no way he could of known I didn't have insurance. I also got a ticket for no registration... Read more »
Anything is possible and the driving while suspended is the most likely ticket to get dismissed since as you say they did not see you driving. However, they don't need to see you driving to ticket you for this offense and thus you could still lose its the ability to drive so even if your...Read more »
On 4/19 court was adjourned until 05/03. At night the defendant received a updated report stating that the def family member got in contact with the plaintiff, which the def did not know about until the report was sent by a lawyer of that court house. Therefore, it also states “contempt of a DV... Read more »
The restraining order is a family court matter, but the violation of the order is a criminal matter and if the person is charged with contempt of that order (violation) an arrest warrant normally always issues immediately so he can be arrested at any time and definitely needs a criminal lawyer ASAP.
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