#1 The Amendment changes the terms stated in a specific Article of the Trust , but the Reference is erroneous. In this instance, said Amendment refers to Paragraph 6.K of Article VI, but there is no such paragraph. There is however, a paragraph 6.G.
#2 The Amendment was based on the... Read more »
answered on Mar 24, 2023
Assuming the Settlor of the Trust is making the Amendments, he can usually amend a revocable trust any time he wants, erroneous or not. The Successor Trustee may be charged with having to pay into the Trust he runs. If he disagrees, he might want to resign as Trustee. Successor Trustee needs... Read more »
I HAVE BEEN MEDICALLY RELEASED TO RETURN TO WORK. MY EMPLOYER TOLD ME I'M A LIABILITY AND FORBIDS ME TO RETURN TO THE OFFICE AS A OFFICE MANAGER. I HAVE NO IDEA IF HE IS GOING TO CONTINUE PAYING ME CONSIDERING EACH WEEK MY WORK HAS BEEN REDUCED AND GIVEN TO MY ASSISTANT WHO EARNS CONSIDERABLY... Read more »
answered on Jun 29, 2019
You should definitely reach out to a New Mexico employment lawyer about this. You are describing retaliation for taking leave for a serious medical condition, which is illegal under New Mexico law. While you have a smaller employer, New Mexico employment law protects employees as long as the... Read more »
Uncle being disabled I became his state paid caregiver after grandma got too old to do it anymore. The house is his, now that Grandma's passed. The house is where grandma raised me and my Uncle. But my Aunts who have my Uncle now don't know "what to do about the house"? When my... Read more »
answered on Oct 24, 2017
It's not a family law it's a probate question. What does a will say? You need estate lawyer consultation. If there is no will Intestate succession laws govern
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I am 53 an only child and I believe she manipulated my father into changing his entire estate into her name. He had a revocable living trust. Can I reverse this, they did not advise the attorney at the time that he had dementia. The attorney said he appeared to be in his right mind. Which his mind... Read more »
answered on Apr 1, 2016
You probably can petition to challenge his revocation of the trust, claiming that he lacked the mental capacity to do so. Was he the trustee as well as the trustor?
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