To better answer your question, I need to read his POA and the Living Trust. However, the problem with both documents is that they are REVOCABLE by him. As a result, you may need to begin guardianship proceedings in the County where he lives. A judge can only remove a court-appointed guardian.
Quite frankly, I think the "payout" is the least of your concerns right now.
Obviously, the place to start is with whatever contract, operating agreement (LLC), partnership agreement or shareholder agreement (corporation) you may have. These documents frequently make reference to...View More
My daughter 34 yo and grandson live with me in oklahoma. My grandson has been here since May 2016 n her sept 2016. She works but has made less than $5000 for the year. I pay at least 98% for both of their care and housing etc. She is behind on child support for another child. Their lawyer is saying... View More
According to the IRS, you can claim someone as a dependent if you provide for more than half of their support. But, this rule can be modified if there is a divorce decree or some other governing document.
Assuming that you meet the requirements, I should warn you that it gets more...View More
All work will be performed in TX without me ever traveling to OK. My understanding is that OK receives a copy of the 1099. If I am not responsible for OK taxes, I don't want to end up in a dispute with the OK taxing authority.
Six years ago my mother-in-law passed away with no will. The estate never went through probate because one of the siblings kept saying they would get around to selling the house and dividing the rest of the estate between the surviving siblings. The siblings are not wanting to wait any longer but... View More
There was a order of protection and my wife and her ex could not contact one another. The decree was final in 2017 and he was claimed by his dad in 2016 for 2015 when they were apart. My wife not her ex claimed their son in 2017 for 2016. Who is can claim their son for 2017?
I have worked on several of these cases in the past. Usually, the Judges do a fairly good job of making their instructions clear. If not, the Judge gets to see the case again. Not something they are anxious to do.
If it is not clear, I would have your wife's lawyer contact the...View More
My dad passed away he owned his house free and clear. The only thing is, is that he didn't leave a will. We, my brother and my sister and I, our names are not on the house. Can they just take it from us. And make me move out when I have been living here for a couple years now? One... View More
My mother who lives in Okmulgee County, OK has been diagnosed with dementia, and I want to petition for guardianship and/or conservatorship. However, I live in IL. Per law 304104, I don't think OK nonresidents can be guardians, and I am not sure about conservatorship.
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If you do not have any estate planning documents such as a will or trust, then a Probate Court will follow the Oklahoma statutes as to how you property is distributed to your heirs - which can include your children.
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