Generally, the named executor can waive their right to serve and if there is a second named executor they can apply to serve. If there is no second named executor then a person can apply to serve with the consent of the beneficiaries and approval of the Court.
You do not say whether or not you were injured or whether there was only property damage. However, your situation as an uninsured driver would not necessarily prohibit you from recovering damages, although it may prohibit you from recovering certain noneconomic damages. Indiana has what they call...Read more »
Substantive violations occur if you commit a new crime during the probation period. A substantive violation is something more than a breach of a probation condition that is a byproduct of the original offense. A substantive violation is a separate act that involves committing a separate criminal...Read more »
I work for the county. A coworker is doing what she can to alienate me from others in the office by verbally attacking me. She gossips about me to coworkers, and to my supervisor. She tells every one any mistake I make, but most of what she says is false. The first time I brought it up to my... Read more »
You are in a tough situation. Generally speaking, your complaint about your co-worker is not protected, which means you won't have any legal recourse if you are terminated. To be protected, the harassment needed to have been about your race, religion, gender, a disability, etc. That does not sound...Read more »
An estate planning attorney would need to review the trust or estate documents that are generating the monthly income and would also need a better idea of what assets are held by the trust or estate. It is possible that your mother has no control over where her share of the trust or estate goes...Read more »
..I've been yanked around in court...and Eve. Charged with driving without ever reviewing a license...when I infact DO have them ,they r just suspended...I even took papers from the DMV stating I have them...and they don't do anything about it..You
first and foremost like to introduce myself my name is Angel I'm currently in South bend Indiana area someone can please give me some feedback it would be great do have some earn income saved up like to know prices please help somebody thank you very much and have yourself a good evening! today is... Read more »
You'll hear people say that all the time. A more prudent approach might be to contact the billing and collections department of the hospital and explain your situation and see if you could negotiate for reduced payments. If you simply take it upon yourself to reduce payments to some arbitrary...Read more »
I got 2 speeding tickets back in 2017 and I took a defensive driving course to reduce my points. On my driving record, it shows I have 0 points currently but my insurance bill is still insanely high. Can I get these 2 tickets taken off my driving record with an expungement?
Depending on the view of the court and/or the prosecutors office you may be able to file a TR 60 motion to remove and expunge the tickets from your record. Consult with an attorney who can look at your record to see if there is anything else that can be addressed to help reduce your insurance...Read more »
If there is no other reason preventing you from having an operators license, the fact your CDL is suspended will not interfere with having a personal license. If you do not have a myBMV account, consider setting one up so you can view your driving record for free.
First step is for you to look at my web site www.FLYNNipLAW.com or my LinkedIn profile https://www.linkedin.com/in/kevinflynnpatentattorney/ to get some more information about me. Picking a patent attorney is a big step and you should make sure that you are picking someone that seems like a match....Read more »
The answer hinges on how close what you are proposing is to things already done or suggested by those of ordinary skill in the art of treating that condition or in making bandage products. While relevant prior art is not just patents and published patent...Read more »
My son's mother was charged with neglect after the police kicked her door in and arrested her boyfriend for drugs. She was arrested the same night for neglect. She has failed 2 drug tests for Meth since then and the last resulted in the loss of her kids for 90 days. I now have my son and her mother... Read more »
Your question leaves out several important details that make it difficult to give a comprehensive answer (for instance, was there already a custody order in place? If so, what did it say? Is DCS involved?). In general, however, merely having the children placed with you due to the mother's neglect...Read more »
my ex has not seen our child in 4+ year and has not carried insurance on her for 2+ years..i also have not had an address or phone for him for 3+ years..can he still claim her on his taxes..he is currently current his child support
You can file just about any motion or form that an attorney can. However, that does not mean it is in your best interest to do so. You should seriously consider sitting down with an experienced attorney to help you with this matter.
I strongly urge you to seek the help of a SSA Attorney. Attorneys who handle Ssa Disability claims for adults and children who are applicants on “initial claims” (that means people who have not received benefits and are appealing to try to get them BUT NOT people who were getting benefits and...Read more »
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