The aunt had a nephew named as POA because her only daughter had died. The widowed son-in-law wanted control for his kids (the grandkids), so he had a lawyer make a new will and POA naming his kids. When she signed this new document she was distraught over her husband’s death and going thru many... Read more »
Yes, she can do a new will revoking all prior wills and she can do a new POA revoking all prior POAs. She should also notify anyone in possession of the original or copies of the revoked POAs that they have been revoked. She should have an estate planning attorney help her with this to make sure...Read more »
If the entire interest in the house was owned by your grandfather at the time of his death, and if he left it to you and your sister in his will, then it should already be titled in your name and your sister's name. If it is not, then either it was not in fact left to you and your sister or your...Read more »
Hi, my husband recently got pullover for making an illegal right turn. In that traffic stop he got issued 2 tickets. One for the turn and the second one for having an expired plate sticker. The officer explained something to us about court supervision and asking the County clerk for the cost of... Read more »
His name is Charles kerr from tampa and I would like to sue him-not his parents etc I just want him to see how it is not to have a life. My sister was an 18 year old homecoming queen and then she was killed.
My father in law passed away (in IL) over thirty days ago. In the original will it stated his home was to be sold and split among the heirs. A couple months prior to his passing he stated he wanted my husband to have the home, which my husband agreed to (it is not paid off). My husbands name was... Read more »
When you state that your husband's name was added to the deed, what exactly do you mean. As a general principle, the will governs the disposition of the decedents property as that property exists at the time of death. If your father-in-law conveyed and properly recorded the deed of conveyance into...Read more »
Married 27 years. Moved in home almost 20 years ago. Home is currently in father in laws name. Husband and I have been paying mortgage directly to father in laws bank account. Both of us have worked and contributed to mortgage and home upkeep and remodeling. Husband is working on refinancing home... Read more »
At the best, you have an uphill battle if you hope to establish that the home is a marital asset. Talk in person to an experienced divorce lawyer who can learn more facts from you. It might turn out that you have a claim to reimbursement for the marital funds that were contributed to the home that...Read more »
I feel that I was misclassified as an independent contractor in the first place but I know things get blurry in the realm of real estate: does this change anything? I also believe that I was terminated on grounds that were discriminatory and retaliatory but I am unfamiliar with my rights since I... Read more »
You're asking the right questions. The problem is that you need to schedule an appointment with a lawyer well-versed in employment law who can develop the information necessary to answer them by speaking with you. No one can provide you useful advice on the scant information provided.
To then search my purse,to Wich I told them no,tried to had my purse to my son,was then wrestling with the officers,then was cuffed and then they searched my purse when we got to the jail.is that leagally,or does that violates my 4th adm.right,and fall under illeagly searched/seized evidence.i then... Read more »
yes so i was working at Target, and i stole $1k worth of promotional gift cards. I was caught, and arrested. I was released the following day on a 10,000 I-Bond. I showed up to court a couple weeks later to find out that I was indicted. So i now have a court date this upcoming Friday. The last... Read more »
Unless you have 4 or more convictions for DUI yes you can. First you have to resolve the driving while revoked ticket. Then you will have to have a hearing with the Illinois Secretary of State. There’s a long process to getting ready for that and you should consider retaining an attorney.
Generally, real estate sales contracts require the seller to deliver good and merchantable title to the buyer, which means conveying title clear of liens. It sounds like there is a lien that you would like to challenge. You should discuss the lien with the attorney representing you with the...Read more »
If your lease forbids smoking, yes. Possibly if your lease forbids you from doing anything in the apartment that might cause the landlord's insurance to increase. You must realize the danger of smoking near an oxygen supply or you wouldn't have asked the question.
Child wants to graduate high school early but I don't think they are mature enough yet. We don't have anything outlined in the parental plan for higher education however I am the primary decision maker with high school.
I'm curious if our child attends college after graduation and then... Read more »
Your best bet is to hire a lawyer to file a paternity action. If you're the father, the court will issue an order saying so. It can also order that your name be added to the birth certificate, decide what parenting time (formerly known as custody and visitation) each of you gets, and determine how...Read more »
Your question seems to assume that there must be a six month separation before you can get divorced. This is not true. If both of you agree to the divorce, you do not have to be separated for even one minute.
Our current order states that the three of us (mother, father and child) will work unilaterally regarding College. So far I've been kept in the dark and our child won't answer any of my questions regarding college. Our currently order only states that if the three of us cannot agree regarding... Read more »
Ask your ex-spouse about college. Your child wasn't a party to the legal proceeding in which the order was entered, whereas your ex was. Your child can't be held in contempt for not obeying an order in a legal proceeding to which the child was not a party. Your ex is bound by the order since he or...Read more »
Her house should be valued at upwards of 200k. I cant find anywhere online of anyone paying 30k to inherit a home? Is this true? Is there any scenario at all where she would have to pay that much money to get a home or is she lying?
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