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4 Answers | Asked in Estate Planning, Tax Law and Probate for California on
Q: Alameda County - CA My partner of 26 years passed away without a will.

He has 4 surviving siblings, but he had expressed his wish for his youngest brother to keep the house so that his niece and nephew can grow up there. The siblings won't pursue any claim to the house, but there is a mortgage balance which the brother is willing to continue paying on.... Read more »

Gerald Barry Dorfman
Gerald Barry Dorfman
answered on Mar 21, 2023

Sorry for your loss. Assuming the house was titled in his name only, it should go through probate. The siblings can formally "disclaim" their shares. The brother can continue to live there and pay the existing mortgage.

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0 Answers | Asked in Tax Law and Banking on
Q: VED Digitales [100] / VES [100,000,000 Million]. Where can I bank?


Where can I bank my paper bank-notes VED Digitales [100] / VES [100,000,000 Million]. I need the name of a bank [x2 bank branches to be precise] in a BRICS / IMF nominated country, bank which has excellent accounting, management, credit ratings A+. Example: if in United Kingdom,... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Tax Law, Civil Rights and Landlord - Tenant for New Jersey on
Q: Can a management company of an apartment complex, demand you alter modifications made on your vehicle?
Morris Leo Greb
Morris Leo Greb
answered on Mar 21, 2023

This is a very fact sensitive situation. If the modifications result in loud noise that disturbs other reidents, the Landlord can and should demand that you remove the modification. This is pursuant to the lease provision of quiet enjoyment which imposes a duty on the landlord.

0 Answers | Asked in Probate and Tax Law for Florida on
Q: Can the state of Florida sell someone’s property for non-payment of taxes while the property is still in probate and has

not yet been properly recorded in the Registry of Deeds?

Also, can I sue the Life Estate owner for waste for non-payment of taxes and home insurance if property is still in probate and not recorded?

Thank you!

0 Answers | Asked in Tax Law for Massachusetts on
Q: My son, a Massachusetts state resident, earned a scholarship from a Vermont university.....

The scholarship pays for room & board. He received a 1098-T form. Do I declare this as income on sons MA resident return and on a non-resident VT return? Or is only a MA return needed? Or does he only need to declare this as income on a non-resident VT return?

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law, Tax Law and Child Support for Oregon on
Q: The kid ends up not being the father's child but no paterniry dna test was ordered, what can the father do?

The ex-wife cheated and the child ends up not being his but he already has been paying child support for more than 2 years and no paternity dna test was ordered, can anything be done? A new child is on the way that is actually his.

Vincent J. Bernabei
Vincent J. Bernabei
answered on Mar 20, 2023

The answer to your question is complicated, and more information is needed.

Generally, a person has 60 days after filing a Voluntary Acknowledgement of Paternity to request that the father’s name be removed from the birth certificate, or more than 60 days if the request is based on...
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0 Answers | Asked in Tax Law, Collections and Gov & Administrative Law for Indiana on
Q: My 2022 tax return was taken for overpayment SNAP benefit I received back in 2012, their mistake. Can they do that?

Back in 2012, after my divorce I had no choice but to get assistance. I applied and was approved for SNAP benefits. I was on them a year and half maybe. I had 2 kids with 2 dead beat fathers being the sole provider working 2 jobs just to barely make it. Finally I got back on my feet and things... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Tax Law for Missouri on

I filed 2022 taxes and they took my taxes saying for a past IRS debt I have been filing every year what are my option to get my money

3 Answers | Asked in Tax Law, Business Formation and Business Law for Utah on
Q: how do I sign on behalf of an LLC if my Scorp is the member?
Michael Ray Smith
Michael Ray Smith
answered on Mar 17, 2023

Here’s one way, assuming the LLC is member managed:


By its member, Name of Member

By. _________________

Your typed name

Your title

The idea is to make it clear that the member signs on behalf of the LLC and you sign on behalf of the member.

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0 Answers | Asked in Tax Law for Alabama on
Q: Does Alabama tax the temporary support I receive from my estranged husband’s military pension?

I filed for divorce in 2019. Tax issues were not addressed within the Florida court’s answer to my original filing. My monthly support is not alimony. It is partial payment from my estranged Husband’s military pension. My estranged Husband & his lawyer led me to believe that my tax... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Tax Law for Arizona on
Q: I am a truck driver living in Arizona. My terminal I work out of is in Idaho, and there home base is in New York.

This company does not have a terminal in AZ so they do not take out Az State taxes. Filing 2022 taxes Idaho taxes were taken out. I was to get a check from Idaho witch I was to the understanding to use to pay my AZ taxes with. Now Idaho is questioning why I had ID taxes taken out, good question.... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Tax Law for Georgia on
Q: What rights do I have if my tax preparer deposits my refund in their account and then wires it in my account

They wired my refund in my account after they put it in their account and then did not wired my full refund amount

1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law and Tax Law for Michigan on
Q: My wife and brother inherited their mothers home upon her death. It was sold 2 months later.

Their mother had put their names on the title many years ago. She controlled the house, paid all the expenses, taxes, insurance, etc. She would never have been forced out of the house by her children. When she died, the house was left to her son and daughter, and it was sold two months later.... Read more »

Kenneth V Zichi
Kenneth V Zichi
answered on Mar 17, 2023

That depends on HOW 'their names were on it'. Did your mother in law have a lady-bird deed prepared or did she do a simple quit claim deed to 'avoid probate'? (SO many bad decisions are made to 'avoid probate'!)

Take all the documents to a local real estate...
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0 Answers | Asked in Tax Law for Pennsylvania on
Q: nonresident alien has to report in his income taxes dividends from a non-USA foreign corporation?

deposited the dividends in his personal us bank account

0 Answers | Asked in Tax Law for Arkansas on
Q: Can you get in serious trouble for not reporting your personal poperty to the tax assesor.

For 20 years my father in law has not told them he owns 1 house 2 mobile homes 2 boats with trailers cattle horses stock trailer 4 wheeler side by side multi trucks in the yard. He lives on 60 acres by himself lives in 1 of the homes claims only 2 trucks and 1 trailer on his personal poperty taxes... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Tax Law for Louisiana on
Q: Louisiana dept REV filed a tax lien but the amount is wrong.

Louisiana department of revenue filed a tax lien against me as an officer of a corporation they filed lean in 2014 for $215,000. The actual current amount of debt is confirmed by LDR is 90,900. Can I request cancellation of the lien due to discrepancy of the amount? I am attempting to do an... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Tax Law for Massachusetts on
Q: Can dcf claim your child as dependent on taxes
0 Answers | Asked in Tax Law on
Q: working in 63114. I own a home 30349 . Worked from home (30349 Atlanta Ga) Jan & Feb. 2023. Paying Saint-Louis city

no permanent residency in Missouri as of jan 2023 My employer wants me to change my address , My job may be at stake. help me please. Who do I pay.

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