Bernard Crane's answer If I understand your question, I think you are asking if Arizona can suspend the driving privileges of a person who never had an Arizona license. if the charge is for driving in Arizona, clearly the answer is yes. Arizona can not suspend the person's Wisconsin license. That is up to Wisconsin to do, although Wisconsin very well MAY do it based on the Arizona conviction. However, if you get arrested for DUI (or any other traffic offense) in Arizona, the State of Arizona can clearly suspend your...
Peter H. Westby's answer Since your Mom gave you the signed and notarized titles to her home, it appears that she may have intended a gift to you before she died. If so, the mobile home would not be part of her estate. I recommend discussing Mom's estate with a probate attorney. A probate attorney will be able to let you know if your Mom's estate requires administration and, if so, what should be done.
Peter H. Westby's answer I recommend that you consult with new counsel immediately. In most cases you will want to respond to the summons to protect yourself--even if service may be questionable. I would definitely respond unless your new lawyer advises that a response is not needed.
Peter H. Westby's answer Since the policy beneficiary predeceased your father, in order to collect the policy benefits you will need to either probate your father's estate or use a small estate affidavit if the estate is small enough (less than $75,000.00) to make the affidavit procedure applicable. See ARS 14-3971
Freddy Saavedra's answer In a third party claim a worker's compensation carrier retains the right to be reimbursed for costs expended. While the medical bills will be covered by worker's compensation insurance they will expect to recoup their expenses and tend to be inflexible. Based on the scenario described it appears that worker's compensation has paid a significant amount that would likely be more than the policy limits of the drunk driver. It would be important for you to discuss this with your attorney and...
Zachary Divelbiss' answer Hello, this link you have attached is the generic link without any individual case information. I do not believe the site will allow you to copy and paste it with the inmates information. Feel free to send us an email with the information. Zach@Divellaw.com
Ryan K Hodges' answer You can probably get a copy from the State. If the will have been probated, then the county court will have it on file, and you can request it from the clerk. There is also a small possibility that it is recorded with the county recorder's office.
Kevin E. Flynn's answer There are a lot of fees in the process. However, if the fee that you mean is the periodic maintenance fee to keep an issued patent from expiring, you may be in luck.
Many new patent owners forget to pay this fee. If the failure to pay this fee was unintentional as you forgot that you needed to do this, then the USPTO is pretty forgiving. If the deadline for payment was within 2 years, the petition when filed electronically can be automatically granted. If you are a micro-entity,...
John R Gaertner Jr's answer You should get a protective order (Order of Protection since you have a child with Father)and go to court to address the issues of Legal Decision Making, Parenting Time and Child Support. You are justified in your concerns for your safety given Father's disturbing behaviors. Unless you address his actions, his behaviors will likely continue to escalate.
David Alan Wolf's answer The situation as you outlined may be the outcome. From a practical standpoint, the recovery on a case is typically limited to the insurance proceeds. You should sit down with your attorney to discuss your legal rights as well as the best practical approach to proceed forward with the case. You may also want to discuss the matter with another local attorney to get a second opinion.
Ryan K Hodges' answer If the house is auctioned for more than is owed, then the excess proceeds should be turned over to the trust. You would still receive your share from those excessive proceeds. The downside is that houses usually sell for less than at auction than they would in a private sale.
Ryan K Hodges' answer Having her on the deed is a good step. If the deed states that you own it jointly with rights of survivorship, then she will become the sole owner upon your death. This, however, does not remove or invalidate the mortgage in any way. The debt will still need to be paid.
Zachary Divelbiss' answer This question is better answered by an immigration attorney. I work hand-in-hand with an immigration firm and they can give you a better answer considering they will be able to advise you on your legal status and requirements to gain citizenship. I am aware and highly recommend that you fight your DUI charge because you will have a difficult time passing the "good moral character" requirement if you are charged with a DUI.
Ryan K Hodges' answer The short answer is probably yes. It depends on the specific amounts and what debts may be owed still. Some personal representatives and attorney do not like to do partial distributions however, and prefer to do a single distribution of all the remaining assets.
Peter H. Westby's answer A buyer would need to obtain an access easement from one of the adjoining landowners. In many cases, there is access that has been used over the years and turning this into legal access by obtaining an easement can often be done with the cooperation of an adjoining landowner. If there is no cooperation, legal access can be obtained by opening a private way of necessity per ARS 12-1201, et. seq. by legal action in the Superior Court.
Timur Akpinar's answer I don’t practice in Arizona, but your question remains open for 4 weeks. You or your attorney could check with the property damage adjuster. As a general practice, the adjuster can determine a salvage value by which to offset the total loss figure if the vehicle has been declared a total loss.
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