Before my father's passing, he pulled out funds from his 401K. There must have been some discrepancy in the amount paid to him, as Discover Financial Services sent him a cheque for the amount of the difference (about $400) in 2020. The issue is that this cheque was sent out several months... Read more »
I have a few questions though. If there is an Executor, a probate would have to be opened. The Letters of Personal Representative would give the company authority to issue the check. Only a court can appoint someone to be the Executor or Personal...Read more »
I need to get him into school and medical insurance for him. The only thing sent with him was hand written note from my daughter. (Not notarized or witnessed) and his immunization records and school withdrawal letter. My grandson lived in Alamogordo. NM. And i live in Apache Junction, AZ.
My wife and i are currently going through a separation. We have a two, almost three, year old son. Unfortunately we have to agree on a set schedule. After not having him for three weeks my wife calls me saying she will not be able to bring him to me where I live, El Paso Texas and she lives in... Read more »
Do you have Court Orders? PERHAPS law enforcement may assist you if you have Orders. However, it is more commopn in my experience that they do not intervene, and instead will suggest that you both need to get the Court incolved.
If there are NO Court Ordetrs, file. File now. She does not...Read more »
Mother filed in Wisconsin. She also won sole custody because I couldn't make it to the hearing. She lives out here in Arizona, but says she lives in Wisconsin. We lived together out here 4 years ago and my child was born out here as well. I dont know what needs to be done. If it's... Read more »
Got a judgement against me, checking wasn’t touched cause I get unemployment. My only source of money is Unemployment. I thought unemployment couldn’t be garnished. Especially if thats my only money source. I was pushed into filing bankruptcy on my own. Can’t afford no lawyer to get necessary... Read more »
Today, I was waiting in the area where they told me to wait since they still needed to make the decaf coffee. The lady looked like she was in a rush when she finally came out to me. Well when handing me the coffee, she spilled it on my pants and onto my thighs and private parts (this is coffee that... Read more »
An Arizona attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for your ordeal. The best way to answer your question could be to reach out to Arizona law firms and discuss in more detail. If you have records of medical care in connection with the accident, attorneys...Read more »
The insurance companies from both drivers involved in the collision are shifting blame and not willing to compensate the repair estimate amount. I have contacted my homeowners insurance agent and have hit a roadblock with them as well with the subject of pursuing the deductible amount.
If the (or more than 1) insurance companies are fighting you, then you need to consult and possibly hire an attorney to represent your interests. You do not indicate the reason why the insurance company is unwilling to pay the full repair amount and/or the reason(s) for the lack of cooperation,...Read more »
Typically speaking the creditor will have to show that proof of the claim was assigned to them; however, if they can and they have filed a claim with the PR or the Court, these debts are generally payable. To find out for sure you should contact an experienced probate attorney.
So there are two Social Security sources of disability income. Need based disability and prior income based disability. If your income is need based disability, (meaning you didn't have enough past work to qualify for income based disability) then any money is part of the calculation whether...Read more »
My subpoena revealed account numbers & signature cards. During a meeting with the banker they looked up one of the accounts & said there had been a substantial amount of activity giving the impression business was being conducted from an account. A call was made with me present. Banker said... Read more »
My father is applying for naturalization and needs to provide details & documentation for his prior tickets and arrest. He has received a couple of speeding tickets in other states and others in different cities in his home state. I tried called the police stations and courts to determine how... Read more »
I have had no legal trouble before of after my judgement in 2013. In my plea agreement, the court was reduced to "non dangerous". Specifically 13-907 #2 the only "register" I had was enter into probation for the charges of aggravated assault, (non dangerous, non repetitive).... Read more »
I am interested in writing a will, but I need two witnesses to this will. My brother, who will be receiving nothing from the will, will be one of the witnesses. Since I have no other witness, I was thinking about using a notary public from a bank to be my second witness. I have an account at a... Read more »
To sign a self-proving will in Arizona (which is the kind you want to have) you need 2 witnesses and a notary and everybody must be present with you when you sign. If I understand what you are proposing, you will be one witness short. In addition, your brother, if he is a beneficiary under the...Read more »
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