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0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes, Identity Theft and Sexual Harassment for Utah on
Q: I am being electronically harassed and gangstalked. Using “voice to skull” and “remote neural”. In Oregon, cali, & Utah.

They use voices of the people closest to me. My fiancés best friend who is an ex la sheriff. They talk about my 2 year old son while he showers. They talk about me in the shower. 24/7. Say I’m going to be raped and sent to Taiwan. At first I was so scared I went to a mental treatment center (I... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Estate Planning and Real Estate Law for Utah on
Q: In utah my stepmother and father co-owned an LLC.Father died. Is the LLC added to the total estate or is it separate?

In Utah this is important because anything inherited by my stepmother through joint tenancy offsets what she would inherit of my father's other assets that were solely in his name.

Wesley Winsor
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Wesley Winsor
answered on Nov 14, 2022

You should look to the operating agreement (if there is one) to see how the decedent member's interest is handled. If there isn't one, then an LLC interest is considered personal property and if acquired during marriage would be considered as being held in joint tenancy.

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0 Answers | Asked in Legal Malpractice for Utah on
Q: As an ex pro se litigant, can I publish a blog describing my experience, barring any legal advice w/instruct 2 get atty

I would like to create a blog detailing my experiences as a pro se litigant while informing I am not an attorney, not giving legal advice, just recounting my experience.

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Government Contracts and Probate for Utah on
Q: I’m 22yrs, PO had my mom come to my appointment with me. He looked in my phone and blurted “ur pregnant!?” confidently?

I am a 22 year old female on AP&P in the state of Utah. Recently I was not at home when my PO stopped by my residence. When I arrived home my mom told me he came and that he told her that either her or my dad should come to my next appointment with me and that it was up to them if they wanted... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Utah on
Q: fed officers stopped @ parents home said I was charged for insurance fraud? Didn’t leave any info. Can you verify?
Aric M. Cramer
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Aric M. Cramer
answered on Nov 4, 2022

Probably not. Most federal indictments are sealeed until served to prevent a target from fleeing.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Utah on
Q: In simple terms. What's the ut difference between parole and being discharged?
Aric M. Cramer
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Aric M. Cramer
answered on Nov 4, 2022

Parole Officer - no Parole Officer

0 Answers | Asked in Animal / Dog Law for Utah on
Q: Can I claim ownership of a dog that my roommate bought but stopped caring for?

My roommate bought a dog and then mentally checked out. I've been taking care of it for the last three years, since day one. That includes vet appointments, food, toys, training, daily walks/runs. The roommate claims he owns the dog but will give him to me when I move out, but he backs out on... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law and Civil Rights for Utah on
Q: If a citizen married an immigrant does that immigrant become a citizen

My friend is having trouble getting medicine for epilepsy because they say he's not a citizen but he's married and has filed w-2s before

Monica E Rottermann
Monica E Rottermann
answered on Nov 29, 2022

No, marriage to a U.S. citizen does not confer citizenship on the spouse. Your friend’s wife would have to immigrate him for him to obtain lawful permanent residency in the United States. Your friend should consult with an immigration attorney to find out if he is eligible to immigrate through... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law for Utah on
Q: I am a US citizen and I get married to an immigrant will they become a legal citizen
Agnes Jury
Agnes Jury
answered on Nov 4, 2022

The mere fact of being married to a US citizen does NOT confer legal status to an immigrant. However, if the immigrant qualifies for adjustment of status they could acquire legal status by becoming a permanent resident and eventually a US citizen. Best to do a consultation with an experienced... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law for Utah on
Q: My 3 yr old daughters dad filed to abandon her He states he is moving out of state again. What am I giving up if I agree

He has seen her 34 times in the almost 4 years she has been born. I have always allowed him to see her even when it was short notice. Will she still get social security? Can I get state assistance? I want to do it since she hates going with him since he doesn't know her. I just don't know... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Traffic Tickets for Utah on
Q: I received a speeding ticket for going 73 on a 50. I’m only 17. Can I get points reduced so my license isn’t suspended?

I received a ticket for going 23 mph over, which will result in 75 points on my record. I’m under 21 which means I can only have 70 points on my record. What can I do to reduce points so I don’t have my license suspended? I have a clean driving record prior to this incident.

William Melton
William Melton
answered on Nov 6, 2022

You contact the prosecutor to see if they will reduce the speed or allow you to complete traffic school. You can also contact an attorney to help you. Speeding tickets are only infractions so the court won't appoint you an attorney.

1 Answer | Asked in Traffic Tickets and Criminal Law for Utah on
Q: I got pulled over for reckless driving going 108 but I had an activate warrant for a citation I got transported to jail

These are fake answers from these attorneys to practice there line of work by taking advantage of situations don't let them fool you

William Melton
William Melton
answered on Oct 24, 2022

There isn’t anything you can do about the tow and impound fees. You need to contact an attorney who handles traffic cases to help you with the reckless driving. It’s a class b misdemeanor. They don’t seem like a big deal, but I’ve have clients tell me their insurance company dropped them... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law for Utah on
Q: My mom has been paying everything on her house that she thought was hers now my brother wants half the mortgage

She was suppose to be the deed and my brother the co-sign she doesn’t understand or speak English good so she trusted him and his been lying all this time now he’s moved in and been threatening her to sell the house and wants half the money when he’s not even paid a penny is he entitled to... Read more »

Kenneth Prigmore
Kenneth Prigmore
answered on Oct 20, 2022

This is unfortunately one of the situations we warn against if a parent is considering adding their child as an owner on their home. The main question will be whether your mother was manipulated or bullied into the transfer. If she was not unduly influenced by your brother, and she really wanted... Read more »

2 Answers | Asked in Estate Planning and Probate for Utah on
Q: My brother was an international attorney in Guam for 40 years until he recently died on May 29th of this year.

My husband, myself, our 2 daughters, and another person are beneficiaries. The supposed trustee is an unlicensed attorney in Guam who is represented by my brothers former law partner. And that guy says we cannot communicate with the trustee at all, but just go through him (the former law partner of... Read more »

Kenneth Prigmore
Kenneth Prigmore
answered on Oct 19, 2022

Great question! Seeing red flags in a situation like this makes one wonder if your assets are safe.

If your case were in Utah, I could tell you that any time a person has questions or concerns about a trustee of a Trust, they can require that the Trust be overseen by a probate judge....
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1 Answer | Asked in Traffic Tickets for Utah on
Q: I live in Utah but have an out of state licence. I was sited for doing 101 in a 70 on the i15.

I would like to minamize any points on my California record. Therefore is there any steps I can take at my court apperance in order to minamize any impact on my record. Also is there any way to convince the judge to knock the speed down.

William Melton
William Melton
answered on Oct 3, 2022

The judge doesn't have the ability to knock the speed down. Your best chance is to try and persuade the prosecutor to do it. You can reach out to them yourself or hire an attorney to assist you.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Utah on
Q: What happens if I’m facing a criminal charge but the officer didn’t put me into the actual report.

The officers police report states that the person being charged. Has the same name as me, but a different date of birth.

William Melton
William Melton
answered on Oct 3, 2022

You need to hire an attorney to represent you. If you cannot afford one, the court will appoint an attorney for you.

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