If the WCJ did not appoint a guardian then you have none and you should be cashing your checks, not someone else. Speak to the WC carrier and demand that the checks be sent directly to you. If someone then takes the checks and cashes them, it is a matter for the district attorney.
Obviously under California law my father is entitled to the funds in the joint bank account because his name is also on it. But if there is no will or the other accounts are not listed in the trust is he also entitled to 100% of the funds in the personal savings and checking accounts?
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I own a company that was turned into a corporation. The shareholder owns 80%. This shareholder also owns his own company in the same industry so it betters his chances at booking jobs. He is withholding information on clients and not giving any information to them or my self on where abouts. Some... Read more »
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Generally speaking only people who have not planned end up with a blocked account and without full IAEA authority. I typically see this done by pro pers and by lawyers who don't know what they are doing. There are other situations but that's a generalization by me.
Im barely thinking about this stuff now. I wonder why the bank stuff never was mentioned among other things? The probate case only included houses but she owned other things of value too that were not mentioned and I don't know why I wasn't thinking about it then until now that few years have past.... Read more »
You may be referring to what attorneys often call a Small Estate Affidavit ("SEA"). If an SEA is made fraudulently, there can be consequences as set out in Cal. Prob. Code § 13110. But you need to hurry to a local attorney because you may have already "blown" the statute of limitations....Read more »
At first I thought a money transmitter license was needed, but since no money is sent on behalf of the user to someone else, and instead it’s just them withdrawing/depositing in other areas, it doesn’t seem that is needed. ThankS!
Hi, every state is going to have a different law and most will require a slightly different type of license. The most common type of license is a "money transmitter" license. Most, but not all, of these licenses are regulated by each state's Department of Banking Department/Division. Others will be...Read more »
My personal device was breached (empirical data available) I am licensed and work in the financial sector and, it is plausible and likely that some of my clients sensitive data could have been compromised as well. I know the implications on the FIN REG side. I need to know what my next move is.... Read more »
I was the victim of a scam involving false cashiers checks. I asked the tellers at my bank if the checks were legit and they said yes and gave me the cash. Then they said the checks were fake and over drafted my account. When i got my disability check deposited, they took the entire check and said... Read more »
If the Judgment has been entered and served on you, the creditor can file a Writ of Execution and execute on your personal bank accounts(s). If your business is also named in the Judgment, the creditor can also execute on your business account. Sometimes banks screw up and allow their employees to...Read more »
Section 13006 of the Ca. Probate code, am I considered the successor, if there is no estate (indebted) and no will? Or, I am wrong in just acting on behalf of my children and myself as authorized under Section 13051?
Please understand I am giving general information here and you should consult with an attorney for specifics. I would say it depends on if the accounts were "community property" or "separate property." CP is generally monies earned by either of you, during marriage, from your work, assuming no...Read more »
I have a judgement. I put a lien against their bank account. The bank was listed in their bankruptcy so they won’t release the money to me. I was notified by the bank there was a bankruptcy. The filer didn’t forget to list me. He filed at the same time he submitted statements to the court in... Read more »
After it cleared, she gave me a cashiers check from chase for $6k, 5 months later I was negative $6k at my bank. The veteran assumed another Veterans ID. I need to know who to contact to sue her for the $6k that I had to pay my bank back...
it should not have taken the bank that long to clear..........i would consider suing the bank for that amount of money but unless you have info on the person who scammed you then you are probably out of luck....Read more »
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