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1 Answer | Asked in International Law for Alabama on
Q: How do I find out if I have escrow account in my name .? Or IMF in my name...?
Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar answered on Jul 23, 2019

Ordinarily, a bank provides accountholders with some sort of paperwork when they open the account; that's generally the way it works with attorneys opening escrow or IOLA accounts. If you're talking about an account that you're not aware of (possibly suggesting that an account was opened in your... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Child Support and International Law for Alabama on
Q: Once my son’s father is served can he leave the country to go home, India. Can his bank be levied, Works at Pay Pal.

He makes 175 k per year.

Bank account 100k +, business share hold in India, property holder in India.

He works in California Pay Pal

He is here on a H1B visa

He mails milk and diapers

He advised if I file he will book tickets same day he is served.... Read more »

Mr. James Parrish Coleman
Mr. James Parrish Coleman answered on Aug 23, 2018

Is this an Alabama matter?

1 Answer | Asked in Estate Planning, International Law and Probate for Alabama on
Q: Hi, my Aunt passed 5 years ago. The money was supposed to go to Syria, my family there couldn't accept it.

The attorney and executor insists that they sent the money to Syria, however there is no paper trail. The money and a substantial amount of property has been sold and money has disappeared in the hands of the attorney and executor. What legal rights do my siblings and I have? What do we need to do?

Jack T. Carney
Jack T. Carney answered on Sep 15, 2017

It sounds like a tough situation and the options really depend on a lot of facts about the case that cannot be efficiently conveyed here. In general if there was an Executor, I would assume there was an estate administration in the probate court. That court has/had jurisdiction over the assets and... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law, Estate Planning and International Law for Alabama on
Q: Any special considerations in willing foreign property.

If a spouse has foreign property and dies, and wants to leave it to the other spouse, are there any special verbiage or statements that should be in that spouses Will to support any potential issues with the foreign government/courts (i.e. Romania) where the land/house is?

Jack T. Carney
Jack T. Carney answered on Feb 6, 2017

When I have had clients who owned property in another country, I have advised them to have a valid Will in this country that addresses the specific gift AND a Will valid in the country where the property is located. The distribution of foreign owned property will be dictated and handled pursuant... Read more »

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