In Arizona, we live together for 8 years. Trust has no Medical POA. Only a will. We moved 3 mos. ago to mfg home in my name. Boyfriends IRA (I am beneficiary) and healthy checking. Balance. Revocable Trust dated 2017, attorney disbarred in 2018. No e-file.
answered on Jul 21, 2022
"Now what?" is a really vague question, but I am answering with the presumption that your question is "how do I make my boyfriend my medical POA?" You need to execute a medical POA and provide the hospital a copy.
You can find the form for the State of Arizona here:... Read more »
Plus he has a special clause for if one of the boys get disabled the trust is to help him and he does not get his 20%. Pays for other items medicare does not pay.
answered on Jun 2, 2022
I would recommend you talk to an attorney review the Trust. Trusts with special needs considerations are usually more complex than a regular trust. It is very likely the trust may only became irrevocable after the spouse passes away, not after the first person passes away. An attorney will need to... Read more »
Installation was set to begin the week of September 26th. installers arrived & I questioned them on what exact directions were they given for the bathroom intallations. After their compliance with my request, I noted that they were given incorrect information concerning the specifics of one of... Read more »
answered on Sep 30, 2022
Dollar to a donut says that in your contract/estimate/invoice/ etc., there's mention of a restocking fee. Restocking fees are common in that business.
answered on Oct 26, 2021
Normally the attorney will have designated another attorney to take over his files when he passes. If not, then a court will usually get involved to appoint an attorney to take over the files. The designated attorney takes custody of the files and goes through them and does his best to return all... Read more »
I cannot afford a lawyer that charges a fee before I get everything back from my son.
answered on Jul 14, 2021
You can try one of these services:
Community Legal Services: (602) 258-3434
Legal Aid of Arizona: (480) 658-2552
Arizona Bar Foundation: (602) 340-7366
Papers or is it more believable that you don't remember any of it
answered on Feb 8, 2021
This is not a legal question. Unfortunately, an attorney won't be able to help with this question as this does not involve any issue requiring legal knowledge.
Is it pertinent that the defendant is actively looking for legal representation?
answered on Feb 1, 2021
In Family Court, it can be important to show that you have reasonably responded to communication requests from the opposing party's attorney. If you are very close to hiring an attorney, then the opposing attorney should of course await that attorney's contact. However, if it goes days... Read more »
Well what rights does that give you ? An under what what kind of circumstances would it be used for?
answered on Sep 8, 2020
"Power of Attorney" is a term commonly used for a legal arrangement where one person (the principal) gives legal authority to another person (the agent) to make certain decisions or to do certain acts on behalf of the principal. A power of attorney can be general to cover many... Read more »
What documents do we need to have her sign, so we can legaly take care of her estate if she were to pass and be able to pay her bills and any other issues regarding her.
answered on Jun 11, 2020
Hello. I am sorry to hear of your loss, please accept my condolences.
The answer to your question would depend, in part, on what kind of estate planning your father had done. Your father's estate may have to go through the court process called probate in order to transfer assets to... Read more »
answered on May 28, 2020
For SSI, countable resources are limited to $2,000 for an individual and $3,000 for a couple. However, Social Security does not count the home the SSI recepient lives in and the land it is on. Therefore, you could transfer the home to the SSI recipient without affecting benefits if he does not... Read more »
answered on May 18, 2020
Thank you for your question. Unfortunately, it is a complicated one that requires more information. There could be multiple options depending on the circumstances of the individual and who is transferring the house. This is a vague answer because your question raises a lot of issues. I recommend... Read more »
He is currently hospitalized, but will be returning to long term care facility, and probably shortly, Hospice. His bank is requiring me to obtain a Durable PoA, but, obviously, I won't be able to get that prior to his passing. They said there are other instruments? My brother and I are... Read more »
answered on Dec 2, 2019
If you dad is in Pennsylvania, then you should probably consult an attorney there regarding options. In Arizona, most attorneys draft all POAs as durable one, but the law may be different in PA.
I bought a HUD home in Tucson, AZ for my Aunt to use. She could not afford to live on her own. Since it was HUD, she had to be on the title with me as she is the full time resident and I use it as a vacation home. I have paid all money for the home and continue to pay the mortgage. If she uses... Read more »
answered on Nov 22, 2019
Your question is missing important facts. Exactly how is the house titled? Tenants in common? If so, in what percentages? Or is the deed silent on that? Joint tenants with right of survivorship?
You do have a legitimate concern, plus other issues you may not have considered (such as... Read more »
My father-in-law has basically disappeared. My brother-in-law states he is in a retirement home and the retirement home will not allow any visitors - not even family. Brother-in-law is withholding the address of the home. Something is very fishy. How do I find out what home my father-in-law is... Read more »
answered on Oct 30, 2019
That is unusual. You may want to talk with a guardianship attorney about the situation. Does the brother-in-law have a power-of-attorney for your father-in-law? You may need to get the court involved to order disclosure of information and visitation privileges.
Will was made 10 days before mom died, my sister adds her name on to inherit the house. Can this qualify as undue influence
answered on Aug 27, 2019
The procedure you described appears highly questionable. You may have grounds to object to this will. The will may not qualify as a valid holographic will and/or your Mom may not have had testamentary capacity. I recommend reviewing this matter with a probate attorney as soon as possible. Once... Read more »
Several months ago, my mother (who passed away last week) put together a last will and testament (based on a form from WillForms.org for the state of Arizona). It is signed, notarized, and doubly witnessed by two individuals not receiving any property under the will.
The will names me as... Read more »
answered on Aug 7, 2019
Show it to a local probate attorney. You are going to need to hire a probate attorney anyway to help you probate your mother's estate anyway. Your mother's things do not automatically vest in you; there are steps that need to be taken, and the sooner you take those steps the better.
Mom has dementia and is in a assisted living home, a very expensive home. My sister is the Executor of the will and I think she may have guardianship or POA. Long story short but when we moved mom we decided as a family to spruce up the family home and rent it out to offset her costs. My sister has... Read more »
answered on Jul 23, 2019
I recommend that you consult an attorney about a conservatorship. Appointing a conservator will provide competent help for your mom with her financial affairs and safeguard her assets. A conservator is supervised by the court and must account annually.
If there already is a conservator... Read more »
In my sister's Durable Health Care Power of Attorney, she appointed her son as her representative to make health care decisions in the event of her incapacity, and she appointed me as her alternate representative if her son is unavailable, unwilling or unable to make decisions for her. My... Read more »
answered on Mar 11, 2019
You will need to review the power of attorney document itself. POAs can specify what it means for the agent to be unable or unwilling to act on behalf of the principal. If the POA does not have such language, it is best to get the other agent to resign. The resignation can be temporary or permanent.
I do not believe that my brother-in-law is the best person to care for my father. He will not provide any information about my dad's affairs or allow anyone access to his medical records to the rest of the family. There has been some misconception about the power of attorney. I am my... Read more »
answered on Jan 17, 2019
You can apply for a guardianship for your father. The court has forms for a basic guardianship; you can also hire an attorney to help. You will need to notify your brother-in-law of the proceedings if he is named as your dad's agent under a power of attorney.
She has dementia, but hasn't gone through the complete diagnosis process as she refuses to see the doctor. What rights do I have as her daughter to provide a safe environment for her even if it is against her will? How can I compel her to move to an appropriate residence since she is in... Read more »
answered on Sep 5, 2018
The answer to most of your questions is to get guardianship of your mom. You will then be able to get her appropriate placement, even against her will. You will need to show that she is incapacitated and unable to care for herself. This is usually done with a doctor's report. Once you have... Read more »
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