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Q: My son's phone was damaged by 2 boys at school. They admitted it, parents agreed to pay. Now they refuse.

I reported it to school and the boys admitted to it & the parents said they'd pay to repair it so I filed a claim with my insurance company. The deductible turned out to be $225. Upon hearing that amount the parents now don't want to pay. They expected the screen repair was only going to be about... Read more »

Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing answered on Oct 28, 2018

sue them in small claims

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Q: Father and mother not married. Mother has custody of child. Father dies without will. Does child inherit? What is next?

Custody of child and support of child was settled by arbitrator. Child was with father every other weekend, and a specified time during each week. Mother was awarded child support, but father never paid. Situation may be adversarial.

Jonathan Craig Reed
Jonathan Craig Reed answered on Nov 21, 2013

Since the father acknowledged the child the child will be one of the intestate heirs. There may be other heirs depending on all of the facts.

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