Mom lived in Kansas and died May 29, 2019 and my brother on May 30th as executor took over $ 130,000 out of her bank . My mom made it so we were able to write checks for her, that's how he took her money after she died. He has now told us that she did't qualify for probate. He is also refusing to... Read more »
Yes, you can open probate yourself and petition to be appointed personal representative yourself. You can then require him to deliver all estate assets to you for proper distribution, including the money he stole from her bank account. You will need a probate attorney to help you with this.
It will likely depend if your son was the owner of the vehicle that was insured and if the policy was his policy. If he was a covered person under his parent's policy, then there is some case law to indicate the med payments do not have to be repaid. If he was the actual insured of a vehicle he...Read more »
The car had left hand control installed in them. The hand control stop working and i hit a curb. The rental car company sent out a tow driver to fix temporary it worked for a couple of hours and stop working they later picked it up. I didn't go to the hospital and I have been dealing with back... Read more »
It's your choice, but I believe it would be valuable to consult with a Kansas attorney immediately. I realize that people often say this in the aftermath of any accident, but in your case, it could be especially important because an attorney could take steps to preserve evidence here. According to...Read more »
It might be difficult to solicit the services of a lawyer this way. This is more of a basic question-answer board, not a lawyer referral service. You could look up Kansas lawyers in the Find-a-Lawyer section on this site, conduct your own independent searches, or check the resources of the Kansas...Read more »
The person that caused the wreck delivered to pizzas for Pizza hut but didn't have insurance. Could the insurance from the other vehicle be responsible or pizza hut be responsible since the should be sure the have insured drivers while on duty
You may have several ways to get a recovery for your injuries. First, yes, Pizza Hut will likely have some liability if their driver was uninsured. Second, if the other vehicle had any fault for causing the accident you may be able to make recovery there. Third, if you owned a vehicle with...Read more »
Not to go into too much detail.. but I am pursuing a lawsuit against a vape company for a severe diagnosis; I have done almost everything I need to do on my end before I sign the contingency agreement; the last step is to have a doctor that the lawyer works with examine me to confirm the diagnosis.... Read more »
This is a question that a plaintiff naturally wonders about in any case - what will the settlement or jury verdict be? Your attorney could have a better idea of the value of the case once discovery has been completed and it is ready for the trial calendar. At that point, or possibly sooner,...Read more »
Many patented processes use patented components in the process. Sometimes the company seeking the patent on the process owns the patents on the tools or components used in the process, sometimes they do not. It does not matter.
That said, your own idea will need to meet the test of being...Read more »
My house is at the top of an incline, and his is at the bottom of it. He has now filed a police report against me and plans to file with the Environmental Protection Agency. I do not feel that I am over watering my yard. I am nearly 70 y/o, retired, and only on SS income. Any suggestions or advice... Read more »
Use less water and don't apply until the point that water starts draining onto your neighbor's yard. Tell your neighbor you'll take measures to prevent water draining into his yard. Tell him you'll work with him and ask him to let you know if you reach the point of water running into his yard when...Read more »
The box says trailerable and that is the main selling point. The warning label in the box states do not trailer. is there a case here where I could get punitive damages I can hardly sleep knowing that this company has deceived thousands of people with no repercussions. I am beside myself with... Read more »
A Kansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It's difficult to determine what the damages would be here. It could be considered a misrepresentation that a purchaser argues as being intentional in nature, to induce people to buy the product. The manufacturer or...Read more »
This seems like something that could be more a personal decision that something for legal analysis. If something is said tongue-in-cheek because it is believed to be beneficial for patients, that's one thing (despite appearing to be a less-than-tactful way to encourage the benefits of meditating)....Read more »
My fraternity is wanting to host a movie week, where we show a different movie every night, and charge people to come and watch it. The people coming will only be people we know and the movie will be shown on private property. So, I was wondering if we need a copyright license to show these movies.
Absolutely. You might very possibly be eligible for a U visa. This takes lots of supporting evidence but if you can prove that the seriousness of your injuries and your helpfulness to the law enforcement agencies you will be well on your way to potentially qualifying for a U visa. We can help....Read more »
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