Named to receive money. No, my uncle did not have a will. The letter showed my mom, her 2 brothers and her sister that passed away her 2 sons are listed. They told me that because he didn't have a will it would go to the family on my grandmother's side. Her children. So my 2 uncles (moms... Read more »
You have a number of options. These options include, consult with a Bankruptcy to see, not only if you qualify, but if it makes sense in your financial condition and future. Protect your assets by having assets in non-collectible, accounts or assets. File claims for exemption.
I am investigating a family members actions with accounts. I am wanting to know just what info I can get without having to issue a subpoena to get it! I have a Death Certificate and all account and routing numbers along with Identification information for account holder.
We paid for 3 inspections; whole house, well, and septic. We also paid for a home warranty we never received a copy of the well or septic reports. Almost every faucet in the house is faulty why didn't the whole house inspection catch it? We tried to get the warranty company to cover the... Read more »
The penal code doesn't address elder abuse. Elder abuse is covered by the Welfare and Institutions code. What you are asking for is a treatise on elder abuse. This is not the proper forum for such a question. If you have a specific question on the law as it applies to your personal situation,...Read more »
Last week I made a purchase at a trade show after a highly aggressive sales tactic. I am extremely embarassed to say I succumbed to the pressure and made the purchase of $4500. The next morning I contacted them to ask for a refund. They said they had a No Refund policy. The "contract" and... Read more »
It should if it is drafted and executed correctly. Administrator will probably want an original DPOA, unless you can get them to accept a copy. If not, a conservatorship may be preferable instead of a Declaratory Judgment and Recovery Action where jurisdiction will always be a problem....Read more »
We know for sure cousin signed as POA on a sale of our dads property to his brother, then took the money until confronted by one of the bank trustees. His name was added to 5 or 6 bank accounts prior to my dads death last Sept. Because of my dads age and health and history of how dad was with his... Read more »
The employer knows this caregiver is mentally ill, is not appropriate for caregiving role. Person is in their 70’s and has walking disability plus she refuses to do many needed duties. Most important, she belittles my parent suffering from Parkinson’s Disease. She threatens to quit several... Read more »
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