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I was sent a letter in the paper it clearly states and I quote "if you are receiving public assistance: you must complete this form or your assistance grant may be affected."
And "if you are not receiving public assistance: your case may be closed unless you complete and return this form."
My mother passed away without a will and has a couple things that did not have a beneficiary listed (some stocks and an IRA). She was married to my father so he is the one who will receive those items. I want to file a small estate affidavit but am unsure if I can since I will not be benefitting... Read more »
answered on Mar 28, 2023
In an intestate estate (when someone dies without a Will) the people who can file the small estate affidavit are the heirs (your father, in this case) and any creditor. This means that if you pay one of your mother's bills or pay for her burial/cremation, for example, you will become a... Read more »
We owned him 4 months. Lady only 2 days. Oregon state.
answered on Mar 28, 2023
Doesn't matter if new person has only owned the dog for 2 minutes; is there something about selling the dog you don't understand? IF the buyer wants to sell it back to you, at whatever price you both agree upon, they can. But you have no right to demand or force it and they are free to... Read more »
Eased and I am disabled
answered on Mar 27, 2023
If you can prove to the state that you are disabled then you may be able to qualify to have Estate Recovery stop collecting. I recommend you hire an experienced Medicaid attorney to assist you.
I rent from a facility that advertises they offer both "24/7 video surveillance" and "an on-site manager." First, the "manager" said he isn't even an employee. He's allowed to park, and live out of his RV in exchange for his physical presence - More of a... Read more »
My brother has fought my legal authority from day 1 and done everything he could to conceal, withhold and hide debts owed , creditors etc… I’ve been trying to administer the trust for two years now and he’s got an attorney that’s had me removed as trustee and is now suing me for failure to... Read more »
answered on Mar 27, 2023
It is important that you hire a litigator to represent you. This will be the only way you will be appropriately defended and have any chance of receiving your share of the inheritance.
My son has always had a personal aid at all times in school this year the school won't provide him with one the school wants to send my son 45 days to some other place other then school my son does not take change well i have said i don't want him going because it will district my son but... Read more »
I have met all of the site's requirements for identity verification, however, when I try to redeem gift cards that I have purchased, they refuse to redeem them. I understand it is illegal to sell a gift card and then not accept it so I'm wondering what I can do here.
I am wondering if there is a chance that the court will waive the notification of a name change to my sons’ fatherI am afraid of him someday harming me if I do.
We did live together for the first 9 months of my sons life.
He is on the birth certificate.... Read more »
I was recently kicked out of my house after 25 years when my dad passed all my stuff was gone out of there and I was not there when they removed whoever was in the house I was never step foot back on the property and I never had anything on the property after I am being charged with a broke too and... Read more »
Crab permit.now I can't even work my own business. Have someone else run my business,or get a job in my industry.bills are piling up.i state won't allow me unemployment or any assistance. I'm about to loose my family business of 51 years
I am a caregiver for my father and I got hired for another job and during the interview I stated that I may have to call in at times because of things related to my father and they said that won't be a problem and hired me anyway but now they are writing me up and telling me I can get fired if... Read more »
i am a student and cannot find any information that puts these two together
In 2020 I purchased a vehicle in Washington, I received a clear, unbranded title dated in 2019. When I transferred it to my name in Oregon, DMV gave me a clear, unbranded title. I recently sold the vehicle, when the buyer went to transfer the title into their name, DMV told them the title was... Read more »
I had requested a covid-19 forbearance for my home loan. I was declined because I was informed that I wasn't 30 days past due. The loan service provider reported to the credit agencies that I was 30 days late on a payment but denied my covid-19 forbearance because I was current. My... Read more »
vehicle is licensed, registered, and insured. no one is living in it, parked in a safe public parking space.
The was a report filled was afraid to press charges and da never did call theater was two years ago but he has done to other ppeale since
In 2020 I purchased a vehicle in Washington, I received a clear, unbranded title. When I transferred it to my name in Oregon, DMV gave me a clear, unbranded title. I recently sold the vehicle, when the buyer went to transfer the title into their name, DMV told them the title was going to be... Read more »
I've bought my home in May of 2017 from the former owner on an agreement that because it's converted to real property and I own it, but not the land it's attached to, I won't have to worry if hard times arise and I cannot pay the monthly land rent, I will have the option to sell... Read more »
answered on Mar 20, 2023
In some situations it is possible to own your home, but rent the land (i.e. manufactured home). It is recommended to consult with a landlord tenant attorney and/or a real estate attorney regarding your rights and options in your specific scenario, as certain laws do apply.
To answer your... Read more »
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