My mother passed away in 2008 without a will. I had 1 brother and 1 sister at that time. We peacefully divided all of her belongings. Her home had a loan on it and neither of my siblings wanted to assume the loan or fix the home and sell it. They both provided a letter stating they had no interest... Read more »
You will need to hire a competent attorney to determine heirship, as the Mother's heirs probably own the property. Then record an Affidavit of Heirship. Finally ask the other heirs to quit claim deed their interests to you with the Affidavit listed in the derivation clauses as their source...Read more »
My brother has a daughter that he hasn’t been allowed to see or do anything for in 4 months since November of 2020. His ex is willfully keeping him from his daughter and she has since sent him voice messages saying her fiancé has signed the birth certificate or paternity paper. Can he receive... Read more »
Your dead Husband cannot sign a Deed. Hire a competent attorney to search the title, determine heirship, and draft an Affidavit of Heirship. The Affiant will be someone who knew him and his Family. Record the Affidavit as your source of title.
Specifically, the NCO is for both parties & the charge is domestic battery 3rd degree. Hearing set for 4/14/21; incident occurred 2/20/21. Both spent 48hts in Benton Co jail on Saturday evening, & both were released on Monday norming after Judge ruled that there was no bond required. We... Read more »
Thank you for reaching out. Couple things of concern:
You are going to be in law school. This charge will cause you some grief when you apply to the bar; specifically, even though you win the charge and your record is sealed, make sure you tell the bar about it on your application and...Read more »
It was a fentanyl overdose and they searched my apartment bc they said they knew my husband was a drug dealer and we are both on parole and they found drugs in our apartment and took us both to jail after saving someone’s life with Narcan that I received from a harm reduction organization and... Read more »
Seems like you would receive better treatment saving a life. When you are on parole, any law enforcement officer may search you, your home, your car, etc. A few years ago, I took the issue of who may search a person to the Arkansas Supreme Court after my client was searched by some police officers...Read more »
Hi more information is needed here. As a general rule of thumb, companies should only provide the dates of hire, the title of a person's position, and pay. I would reach out to an employment law attorney in your state if you feel your previous employer provided false information about you to a...Read more »
He claimed he shot at my dog for having 3 chickens cornered then the dog ran approx. 80 yard away from chickens he pursued my dog and shot it at point blank in the Bach of the neck below skull with 9 mm he knew it was my dog is this justified
A pet owner may sue a person who purposefully hurt or killed his animal under different legal theories, including conversion, trespass to chattel (an old-school legal term for destroying or interfering with someone else's property), or intentional infliction of emotional...Read more »
About 5 years ago, I took this same issue to the Arkansas Supreme Court. The facts sound the same. My client was out on parole and the agreement said his "probation/parole officer" could search my client's home and vehicle. A local officer stopped my guy and searched his car. We...Read more »
The home, in Poinsett County, is not in a safe area and the attorney that wrote the will already told us we need to remove anything valuable and put it in a safe place (people are already breaking in and stealing items). We would not be prematurely splitting assets - only moving them to a secure... Read more »
Power of attorney is the principles sister. She has completely gone above and beyond morally. Principle had surgery to see how far colon cancer has spread, he verbally told his daughter (a roommate) that her aunt will keep them posted about his surgery. Surgery was on 1/12/2021 and from that time... Read more »
Generally speaking, your employer is not required to consult you or give you advance notice before changing your pay structure. However, if you are paid by the hour, you must receive overtime pay for hours worked over 40 in a seven-day workweek.
Absolutely. In fact, the father is now the custodian. Depending on the facts and circumstances, he can get an order to pick up the child. Lots of issues here but dad may be in the controlling position. The grandparents will probably try to adopt the child or at least get guardianship. Dad needs to...Read more »
He gave a us a false name but the right phone number. We were staying in contact until I called his insurance to confirm he filed the claim. He did not. He is denying the whole thing. There were plenty of businesses around that hopefully caught it on surveillance. My Camry is totaled and my husband... Read more »
Im buying a property with tenants that still have several months left in the previous owners lease agreement. Can I void that agreement with my own, or do I have to honor all the parameters of the previous owners lease?
As the new owner, you will be required to honor the existing lease agreements. Review the existing lease agreements. They may contain language which will enable you to terminate them early. If they don't, then you will likely be required to honor them until the end of the lease term.
In general, no. If you did not ask for past care and support at the time of the divorce when the child support order was put in place, you cannot go back and ask for it now. I would recommend you seek out the services of a family law attorney if there are other circumstances that might that might...Read more »
When I work 84 hours I make less than minimum wage for a 168 hour pay check im getting $1200 but being exempt does this mean that my company is not required to pay me more or give me any compensation when I work through holidays?
Being an exempt employee is a narrow classification under the FLSA. I would recommend you speak to an employment lawyer to discuss your rights under the FLSA. You can contact our office at https://www.pfeiferlawfirm.net/ to discuss this issue further. Thanks
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