My stepfather and mother were married 28 years my mother owned her own ompany she had numerous bank accounts stocks bonds life ins she passed 2002 with a holographic will stating in her husband's demise all monies go back to her children my stepfather pass 2016 Intestate as a widower his... Read more »
If I understand your facts, your mother died and all of her assets went to your step-father in 2002? Unfortunately, you're not an heir to your step-father's estate and your mother's will is not valid to make you an heir to your step-father's estate.
plaintiff ordered to pay defendant attorneys fees at trial court. Plaintiff appealed for "abuse of discretion". Appellate court affirmed trial court citing no abuse of discretion and awarded respondent "costs" of appeal. plaintiff now threatening to appeal any costs or... Read more »
Unless there are some important facts left out of your question, you should simply ignore his threats. An appeal does not stay execution on a judgment. Obtain a writ of execution, record an Abstract of Judgment, and start levying on his property and bank accounts. If he wants to stay your...Read more »
It's possible part of your question was inadvertently left off. An attorney would need additional information about the scope of the matter and state laws you mention on which you are contemplating an appeal. You could try reposting.
You could check on the California Court System website. They post published and unpublished opinions in PDF formats. If you have access to one of the commercial legal databases, the high-end ones enable you to cross-reference and search under many different parameters.
She has all my legal documents and my tax return. I have tried to get in touch with her various ways, she won't respond. What do I do? How do I get my items back and amend my bankruptcy now? I do qualify for Legal Aid. Who do I call for help.
When you hire a paralegal, you are representing yourself in court. You have no one who is allowed to give you legal advice. While the paralegal may tell you what forms to file, they can'tgive you legal advice and can't represent you in any way within the bankruptcy process....Read more »
This is not a Wells Fargo cafeteria job board. This a professional blog where experienced lawyers answer general legal questions from the public about many different situations, such as whether they can sue there bank for intentional fraud and other crimes committed in the name of making more...Read more »
January 4th 2019 I told my Public defender, DA, and judge . PD had his office verify that I was in prison, then told the judge and DA and they didn't know anything about it. I've never been arrested out of Ventura county why wouldn't they know when I've been fighting cases... Read more »
Of getting out his parole officer put an ankle monitor on him for the previous case he did over 10 years ago. That was not part of his current case nor his conditions. It Never was mentioned by the judge either As his release conditions. His civil rights are being violated by wearing this monitor... Read more »
I have so many questions that need answering before I could even attempt giving an opinion. Does the civil appeal have anything to do with being served a 5 day Notice to Vacate (or Quit)? What is the basis of the Notice to Vacate? Unpaid rent? Something else? Options available depend on all the...Read more »
The surviving spouse should file a petition for probate to determine which bills are of the deceased spouse, and which bills are of the surviving spouse. Then, the surviving spouse can reject any improper medical bills of the deceased spouse's estate.
My wife and I wanted to know what steps we need to take to drop DV probation. Due to our current situation I am unable to pay for my DV Batter classes. If you can please give me a Nolo refrence or any other law book that you recomend to help me out. Thank you very much.
I've had an appeal that I lost. My concern is that the appeal was left back in the same courthouse. Where they have already violated my civil and constitutional rights in my trial. I have all my minute orders, docs, and transcripts. To prove of all there wrong doings. The problem is they... Read more »
Have there been any appeals in the case thus far? Why the delay of 18 years? Habeas appeals law has equitable tolling provisions, but it's very fact dependent. Unless legislation is actually passed and explicitly made to function retroactively, it's considered proactive, as a general...Read more »
To my understanding, Congress and the FBI are merely fact finding and while attorney generals can prosecute, sitting presidents or vice-presidents who may replace them if impeached, can simply pardon or grant clemency.
Yes I've appeal my case and appeals court said the Supreme Court reversed and remanded it with directions. Ventura County Superior Court says it was conditionally reversed and remanded. Doesn't Supreme Court overrule Superior Court because as of January 4th 2019 they convicted me of the... Read more »
Who's representing you on appeal, the DA's office? If so, they should inform you about the status of your case. If the appeals court reversed and remanded the decision with instructions to the lower court, that means they reversed the lower court's appealed decision, sent the case...Read more »
Reading through my transcripts a friend asked if it was a jury trial? I said yea. Then he says I had a hung jury. He also tells me they should of dropped the charges. How did they convict me if my jury was deadlocked? Can a judge go ahead and find me guilty when this happens? There's so much... Read more »
My brother was sentenced to 65 to life for 2nd degree murder. Doubled due to 2 strikes and 25 to life for gun. Plus 10 years for attempted involuntary manslaughter on a stray bullet that hit the other victim who was also apart of the ordeal in the Hotel room. Arrested in 1999 sentenced in 2004. No... Read more »
Is it fair that they can take 6 years to convict me. And there allowed to consaldated everything including the physical abuse? And I can't do anything about it. They told me I couldn't sue them until I was done with my criminal cases. And there is testimony in my transcripts that is... Read more »
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