We reside in TN. I bought a house before marriage in my name only. I have always told my spouse that the home will always remain in my name only because I will pass it down to my child. He was aware of this prior to getting married.
Lived together there for 2 years before getting married.... Read more »
Although the house is your separate property, he will have a claim (marital property) to an equitable portion of the appreciation in value of the house since the marriage. It could be a substantial claim.
If everything your husband owned was owned jointly with you, then most likely it was owned as tenants by the entirety and you are now the sole owner by operation of law. Most of the time all you have to do to remove your husband's name from those titles is provide a death certificate to the...Read more »
Needing to change the last name of my 5 ur old daughter. She has my ex husbands last name but he is not the biological father. No father is listed on her birth certificate. How do I go about getting this done?
In Tennessee you would file a petition with the chancery court in the appropriate county and serve notice on any interested party. Typically, the chancery court clerks have forms you can fill out; but not always. Contact the clerk in your county to see if they have forms. Or consult counsel to...Read more »
My aunt has weaseled her way into being the trustee because the original trustee not one of the beneficiaries turned it down and named her. My aunt named her husband as her successor trustee and her husband named the original trustee who turned it down.
Who created the Trust? The Settlor appoints his Trustee/ Successors in the Trust. Have you read it? The Trustee may be able to appoint his Successor. Are you a Trust Beneficiary? If not, you lack standing. Otherwise you can file suit in Chancery for an Accounting, Removal For Cause, etc....Read more »
It means that if one of the tenants in common passes, the surviving tenant in common will become the sole owner of the home by operation of the survivorship interest without having to go through probate or any other kind of legal process. The heirs of the deceased would have no claim to the home....Read more »
my nephew has lived with me for 18 years and I have had some problems and have wanting to ask him to leave. He does not pay rent and does not contribute towards household expenses. He was recently arrested and has been in jail for about 2 months. Do I have to let him come back in to my home when... Read more »
She lives in her parents basement with her now boyfriend and her parents won't let me see her either. I did nothing to her or her parents for this to happen. Her boyfriend has brain washed her. Whats my rights
Domestic Assault is a very serious offense, worse than some Felonies. Hire an attorney to prepare for a Preliminary Hearing. This is a public forum. Do not contact your Son under any circumstances. Diversion, Dismissal and Expungement should be sought if not Dismissed initially.
After arrest cops took cell into office and when it rang they got a name and phone number off it and portal this person. I have it on audio recording as well as them talking horrible about my physical looks and kept us 25 mins before drug dog came. i have 3.5 hrs of info including arrest and bad... Read more »
Hire a competent attorney to file a Motion To Suppress Evidence. The pat down and inventory subsequent to arrest are probably legal, but you can try, especially if such information is critical. Time for a new phone and number.
Without physical possession of a Will it is very difficult to prove its existence. You may wish to start an Intestate Administration, but first consult with a competent attorney to see if Probate is needed. Remember a surviving spouse cannot be disinherited, and is entitled to a large amount of...Read more »
We have an active parenting plan, he is not following, we have a written agreement between us regarding my son’s marching band and cross country that he violated this past weekend, he kept our children past the drop off time and law enforcement refused to help, along with him speaking Ill of me... Read more »
You'd be wise to discuss these issues with an attorney to make sure you and your spouse are fully covered. The usual documents are a will, durable power of attorney, and medical power of attorney. But your particular situation may be different.
I have had custody of 13y/o daughter since 2013, NCP recently relapsed and is back in rehab. I have questions about visitations now as she lost her home and states visits have to be at her parents again. However, visits at her parents are part of the reason our child ended up inpatient at... Read more »
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