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1 Answer | Asked in Securities Law, Estate Planning and Probate for Alabama on
Q: I have bond's that are in deceased parents name. how can I cash them in?
Mr. James Parrish Coleman
Mr. James Parrish Coleman answered on Jan 17, 2018

You will probably have to open an estate. Depending on your facts, you may be able to open the estate under the small estates act of the Probate Code. See a lawyer in your county who is familiar with probate matters.

1 Answer | Asked in White Collar Crime, Estate Planning, Securities Law and Stockbroker Fraud for Alabama on
Q: I am looking for an atty, 1) admitted to federal court, to file a suit against a forensic accountant, I have the proof

I have paid for a forensic accounting by Frazier Deeter in GA, and they have discovered MALPRACTICE, & Gross Negligence on the part of the Forensic accountant. The accounting firm is in Alabama. The trustee and trust atty are in Alabama. I also allege that the trustee, has stolen (actutally, the... Read more »

Samuel G McKerall
Samuel G McKerall answered on Jan 13, 2018

I'm sure you can find an attorney who will consider taking your case, if you look hard enough and if your case has merit. An attorney can sue the accounting firm, the trustee and the trust attorney. He or she cannot file criminal charges, or even threaten to file criminal charges, and cannot sue... Read more »

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