it has been a year now. my father was only in her facility for one month. lawyer says they can not subpoena the owner because we are not in litigation. What can i do to help my lawyer retrieve the records.
I hope you get a useful answer on this forum, but if don't, the type of lawyer you need to look for to obtain another opinion depends on the reason you wish to obtain the records. If you suspect medical malpractice, contact a lawyer specializing in that area. If you want the records for some...Read more »
Unfortunately, the magic age is 60 (when your remarriage would not affect your ability to qualify for survivors benefits on your deceased husband's record). The exception to this is if you are above the age of 50 AND have a disability.
My sister is not providing me with any information about my recently deceased mothers home sale which is supposed to be split between 3 siblings, including myself. She recently asked for money for taxes and insurance so the closing would go through. When i asked her for copy of will, PA agreement,... Read more »
I am very sorry for your loss on the passing of your mother, please accept my condolences for you and your family at this sad and difficult time. A copy of the will should be provided to any beneficiary interested party, if not, Florida Statute requires that it be filed with the clerk of the court...Read more »
No. Only the person named on the title can remove themselves. Your mother needs to consult with a lawyer that practices elder law to see what her options are and if getting a guardian appointed is feasible.
FL Statute 768 is quoted by Lawyers to me, in their efforts to don't present a medical assassins case, every time I consult every Lawyer I've consulted, after a group of Doctors murdered my mother in front of my eyes with their protocols, practices, and deftly persistent actions against... Read more »
So sorry to hear about your tragedy. Florida Statutes are enacted, amended, or repealed by the Florida Legislature, where you are represented by your State Senator and your State Representative. If you don't know who they are, you can find them by inputting your address here:...Read more »
My cousin tricked my elderly mom into signing a quit claim deed with survivorship rights. When mom passed my cousin signed a QCD that stated it was joint tenancy with survivorship rights, but in the body of the deed it listed only one person as the grantee, it also has an enhanced life estate.... Read more »
You did not ask a question. Re-post to state what you wish to find out or what kind of help you are seeking. Also, we see our on end says, "Orland, CA asked ... in Civil Rights, Domestic Violence, Elder Law and Identity Theft for Florida." State where the events occurred, as it's...Read more »
My Dad’s “daughter” downloaded some generic General POA form for my Dad January 31 2011 and he was suffering from dementia & a brain aneurysm 10yrs prior. I finally got a copy and it shows him as the Principal ( all her writings not his, including writing his name ) and he also signed... Read more »
The executrix, his adult cousins, have repeatedly refused reasonable requests for access to those funds (for legitimate expenses) since 2014. During that year his father passed and he needed living expenses and medical services. In 2020 to present they have repeatedly refused to relinquish any... Read more »
Florida Statutes Section 736.0813 sets forth some of the information that beneficiaries of Florida trusts are entitled to receive. You can read it here: http://www.leg.state.fl.us/statutes/index.cfm?App_mode=Display_Statute&Search_String=&URL=0700-0799/0736/Sections/0736.0813.html . In any...Read more »
I live in Tampa, Florida and my grandma recently had to move into a facility for elderly. This happend while I wasnt even in the country. I never signed anything and I am no responsible for my grandma since i am legally disabled myself. She actually is my payee. I only live off of SSI benefits and... Read more »
My great aunt passed away in 2013 and everything went to my great uncle as the will stated. then in 2015 my uncle passed and being the executor his estate and his power of attorney before that I'm wondering what's needed to claim property in my great aunts name that we just found a few... Read more »
Hi there - given that you uncle passed away about 7 years ago, the first step would be to determine if a probate has been opened. There are many factors that would go into whether or not you have anything to claim:
1. Was there any property left to probate at your uncle's passing?...Read more »
A spouse gains a property interest in real property (homes) during the marriage. This interest is independent of the deed (names on title) or the mortgage. A property can remain non-marital if there is a prenuptial agreement. Otherwise you will need the court's help to separate the marital and...Read more »
They do not live together and have not been together over 10 years. Dad now has dementia and dad's family allowed her to come back and take over. She is receiving all of dad's money but has abandoned him. He's being evicted from his apartment because she has not been paying the... Read more »
First, just because someone has dementia, does not mean they are incapable of signing a new Power of Attorney (e.g. some folks with dementia have moments when they are very lucid/intelligent and others where they are not....if they sign during a "lucid interval" then the POA is valid)....Read more »
You will have to check with the individual law offices or attorney and see what their individual fee for such work or hourly fee will be. A lot will depend on the circumstances and what needs to be done, the current deed would need to be reviewed for specific terms and rights reserved and precisely...Read more »
Hi. I was searching court records for my grandfather after my mother (his caretaker) saw an odd credit card charge. He is currently in a suit to be ejected from his girlfriend's property that was filed by his girlfriend's daughter/guardian. The issue is that my father has a POA for my... Read more »
If your grandfather is being sued to be ejected from his girlfriend's property, what difference does it make that he has a POA "for" your grandfather's father? You might want to re-ask this question so that it makes sense.
I am very sorry for your loss on the passing of your partner, please accept my sympathy and condolences at this sad and difficult time. I would encourage you to check what the property deed says, Will and or Trust if any of those exist or if you know you were named or put on the deed. If you know...Read more »
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