Nicole M. Camporeale's answer There is no way to remove a joint owner from real property without them agreeing and signing a deed to transfer it to you/your grandmother. If he will not cooperate, my advice is to consult a family law attorney to see if they can advise how it might be possible to force a division of the property or provide a favorable alternative.
Carl Shusterman's answer Since you updated your name on your I-751, there is no immigration law issue. You need to talk with the SSA and the DMV about how to update your name on your SS card and your drivers license.
Steven Basche's answer You can contact the probate court and possibly ask that the executor be removed for failing to act in accordance with the will. My best advice is to start with the probate court. Even a letter to the judge may get the issue front and center.
Linda Simmons Campbell's answer You need to look at your agreement. It is usually spelled out in the agreement who gets to claim the child and if he loses the right to claim the child if he is behind on child support payments.
Nicole M. Camporeale's answer You have no legal right to this money just by virtue of being together for 30 years. If you have any written agreement for money he owes you, that would be your only recourse.
I recommend that he leave you anything he wishes to in his Will.
Linda Simmons Campbell's answer Your boyfriend needs to set up a consultation with a tax attorney. Most of us offer a free consultation. Unfortunately there is not enough detail here to give you an accurate answer. This would likely be a very difficult matter to resolve on his own particularly if, as I suspect, this is due to the business owing trust fund penalties (which may have been accrued prior to him ending his business association with his uncle.
Matthew A. Wiley's answer Not a whole lot. Assuring you mother has capacity she is her own person to will her assets to whoever she chooses.
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John A. Collins III's answer Your questions raises more questions. Yes, it's possible to settle a case within 6 months. Whether you should do so depends on the nature of your injuries, the liability of the involved drivers, and the willingness of the insurance company to resolve the matter. If you have to file suit in CT it is unlikely that the case will be tried within 6 months. You may contact me to discuss further if you wish.
Max Lavit Rosenberg's answer I am so sorry you find yourself in this terrible situation. The best advice I can offer you is to seek experienced family law counsel. Perhaps you might get a temporary restraining order if you are in fear for yours and your children's safety, by going to the police. You might be able to get a permanent restraining order by going through court. You will definitely need to consult with an attorney regarding the custody issues. Good luck.
Nicole M. Camporeale's answer You need to consult with an attorney on this. You have too many specific questions to get a legal answer online. Attorneys will not feel comfortable providing answers that you may follow through with without getting the full facts and circumstances. This can turn into a complicated situation so my recommendation is to call an attorney to discuss. Best of luck.
Nicole M. Camporeale's answer This question requires much more information to give a good answer. 1. it depends what type of trust. is it revocable, irrevocable, is it a special needs trust? 2. is your friend on government benefits? if so he would not want to have control over the assets as he would likely be disqualified from certain government benefits he is receiving. 3. is there a successor trustee appointed for the trust? If so, would he like them better? 4. is there a reason brother is being "cheap"? Possibly to avoid...
Nicole M. Camporeale's answer If your ex-wife is '"assisting" your minor daughters with petitioning the local probate court to change their last names, she would have to prove, beyond a preponderance of the evidence, that the name change is in the child's best interest. Technically they would need to apply for the change of name through a "friend" which could be your ex-wife. Since she is not necessarily disinterested in this particular situation, the court may appoint a guardian ad-litem to ensure the child's best...
Nicole M. Camporeale's answer Yes. This petition can be made with the local probate court in the jurisdiction where your father died. If your father had no specific instructions as to who should handle his remains, the probate court would hear your plea and determine if a change should be made. You may want to consult a probate litigation attorney for this matter.
Nicole M. Camporeale's answer This is a good question! It seems as though you are named as her health care agent, which means you are able to make health care decisions, end of life decisions, consent to surgery etc. If your mom doesn't have a Durable Power of Attorney instrument naming you as her Power of Attorney for financial decisions, then yes, you would need this document in order to manage her finances and do any financial planning that she may need, especially as she may move to a nursing home setting (if that's...
Jerome N. Goldstein Esq.'s answer Your question is incomplete as you do not state whether your son is in Connecticut, where the orders involving custody and support were set, and what the affidavit was for. From what you state your question may require an attorney in Puerto Rico if that was where the court orders you refer were set. More information is needed.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer As I understand what you are trying to say, the clerk of court in Puerto Rico won't pick up the phone and you are not sure where to send documents for filing with the court. Are you sure you have the right phone number? Are you in the same time zone (Atlantic TZ)? Otherwise you will probably need to talk to an attorney in Puerto Rico.
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