My mother was brought down to Saint Cloud Fl by my aunt after her husband died on April 23. My aunt is planning on with a living man friend taking over my mother's Lower Manhattan NY apartment My aunt claims my mother doesn't want to talk with me but my mother never told me that and I... View More
You didn't indicate what, if anything, is preventing you from going to your mother's place or calling her. That info would be necessary to determine what, if anything, a lawyer can do for you. Contacting your mother would also be the first step in determining what rights, if any, you...View More
I live in an area that is majority elderly. Elder abuse has become a huge problem and I know several people that have a hard time managing their money. I would like to offer POA services for things like managing bank accounts, paying bills, etc. Am I able to do that without being a lawyer? Am I... View More
A person who has been given a power of attorney by another person is called an "attorney in fact". You don't have to be licensed to practice law, to be an attorney in fact, but be sure you don't engage in the practice of law or perform public accounting, because you have to be...View More
In addition to requesting the court set aside the fraudulent deed, you could also ask for an order to quiet title. If your mother is still living and now capable of making decisions in her own capacity, she will need to bring the action herself. If your mother is still living and now incapable of...View More
Send them written notification by certified mail that what they gave you was not the same as what you signed. If they seek to enforce terms different than what you signed, you can try to prove the different terms. But unless you kept a copy including your 'notes' and missing pages, you...View More
First, forgery is a crime that can be reported to the police, and can result in arrest. Whether you should report it in your situation is a decision for you to make based on factors that include the relationship you wish to have with the landlord and any potential retaliation (though retaliation...View More
Adding anyone to a Deed is always a potential dangerous change that is not advised, this is the far too common result. You will need to have the deed and circumstances reviewed, but based on what the deed states, your daughter is likely a partial or full owner of the property based on what you...View More
I just wanted to add a couple of thoughts in addition to the above answer. If your agreement with your daughter is in writing and she owns the property solely in her name, you may have enforceable rights that would prevent her from excluding you from the property. If it is an oral agreement, your...View More
Do you mean "on" her accounts as a joint account holder or only as a benefiary? Or are you a trustee, whose sole function is to administer a trust? That makes a difference. If you're a joint account holder, a portion of the funds may be at risk of you're not exempt from...View More
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...View 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,... View 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...View More
Florida Homestead is protected from most creditors, in addition, your mom cannot remove your dad if he is on the deed unless she has power of attorney or some guardianship oversight, you may want to speak with and further discuss the specifics with a Florida estate planning attorney for more...View 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... View 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:...View More
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community will employ cost control measures consistent with sound financial practices and the need for regular and continued maintainence of the community and the level o services provided. Resident... View More
A civil trial lawyer would be the kind of lawyer you need but someone who specializes in gender law. I would call your homeowner's insurance company to see if they will provide a lawyer to represent you.
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