In Delaware, as in many jurisdictions, the grounds for a motion for reconsideration typically include several key reasons. These reasons can vary depending on the specific circumstances of each case and the applicable legal standards.
Common grounds for a motion for reconsideration include...View More
An untrustworthy family member wants to name our two teenaged children as beneficiaries of her assets, mostly a brokerage account, insurance plans, and company 401(K). We are not comfortable providing her with the children's Social Security numbers under any circumstances. I am hoping we can... View More
Typically, naming someone as a beneficiary in a trust doesn't necessitate sharing their Social Security number (SSN). However, exceptions exist, and requirements can vary by state and financial institution. To sidestep providing children's SSNs, consider alternatives like obtaining a...View More
I was told he has to physically live in the property until he passes away, and then the house goes to me (her daughter). Is he allowed to rent the house out to someone else? He originally signed his rights away to her estate but somehow now has the parcel in his name.
Hire a DE attorney to search the title and determine ownership. It sounds like the husband is the surviving tenant by the entirety. If he made some type of disclaimer, then Mother's heirs need to enforce it in Court.
Good day! While it is not mandatory to hire a lawyer for filing an ancillary relief after divorce in Delaware, it is highly recommended. Ancillary relief involves important legal matters related to the division of assets, spousal support, child custody, and other financial issues.
Hello i just finished a pfa order that was in effect for 2yrs and have been out of my home since. Case was dismissed and my ex who's been living there doesn't want me to come back refuses to pay rent and won't leave voluntarily. We have no verbal or written arrangements for her to be... View More
Suing her for possession ("eviction") is in order if you are the owner. If someone else owns it with you, then you may file suit for a Sale For Partition. Your lawyer should have already had you ready to do this when the opportunity arose. She will be going after you for child support,...View More
Mom and dad devorced and she moved to delawere and has coustody papers from Tn the mom has now went to jail in new jersey and left the kids in delawere with sick grandmother can he go get them even though he doesn't have costody at this time
This sounds like a difficult situation, and it's good that you are asking before taking matters into your own hands. I am not a family law attorney, and I recommend that if you do not hear back from someone who is, you should contact a Delaware attorney who specializes in family law. The...View More
The father, I believe lives in Ohio, my daughter and I live in Delaware. Do I need to put out a publication in Delaware to announce her name is being changed or a publication in Ohio to locate NCP for permission?
You are supposed to notify the father by certified mail, return receipt requested. If that does not work, you have to use all reasonable efforts to notify the father. There is a name change packet on the New Castle County Website. You can call the Civil Division Clerk’s Office of the Court of...View More
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