Cops pulled me and my friend over because he didn't use a turning single then follow me up to my apartment and searched but didn't have a warrant and they found 3 meth pipes and meth on a plate and took pictures but didn't arrest me was I charged? What will happen? They had no... Read more »
You need to hire and experienced criminal defense attorney to call the police. Narcotics detectives do this kind of thing all the time they try to shake people down to go after the bigger fish in the drug chain. If you allow them to search your apartment then they can search. If you told them they...Read more »
I see a lot of info around the internet for how long they have to approve it, but I’m struggling to find how long the timeframe typically is between the day the motion is filed, to the time the judge approves or denies it. I see things discussing they have a maximum of 60 days to consider it and... Read more »
There are statutory limits as to how long Judge can take but if you’re looking for how long it typically take it takes it really depends on each judge. Shock probation lies in the sole discretion of the sentencing judge. I would say a general timeline is filing the motion having the court hear...Read more »
I have the deed to the house that my Dad lived in. Upon his death the executor of his estate barred me from my home and took most of the belongings, I just discovered that I am the rightful deed holder. What are my remedies?
My brother and I were named as co-executors in my mother's will. We are in agreement that it'd be easier if I were the only executor. If he signs the waiver on AOC-805, will that be enough to renounce being the executor or does he have to file another form and/or notarized statement?
My brother's father recently passed away. He had 4 children, 3 biological & 1 adopted, my brother being the youngest. None of the children had spoken to him in years due to drug & alcohol abuse. When he passed away, his body sat for a week because only his sister & his youngest son... Read more »
In the state of Kentucky, we signed a purchase contract for a piece of real estate and was set to close at the middle of June. The owner unexpectedly passed and we are unsure of his will, estate, or heir information. Is the purchase contract legally binding and are we still legally able to purchase... Read more »
If the contract was enforceable against the decedent, then it is enforceable against his estate. You will need a probate attorney to help you work through this. The decedent’s estate will need a probate attorney, too. Things will progress much better and smoother if all parties have legal...Read more »
My grandmother recently passed away in Pennsylvania. She did leave a will which list me and my siblings to receive and split her assets. However, my uncle, who is listed as the executor has the will. I have not seen it nor read it. All the information I receive is hearsay. I am Wanting to seek... Read more »
It seems I was named on an affidavit of heirship. Does this mean I would be signing away my inheritance? My dad owned the land before they married, when he was married to my mother. My dad lived in Tennessee. I live in Lexington Ky.
Current owner(husband) pays current mortgage. His wife passed away a few years ago. No will or estate/probate was done upon death. He wants to sell now. She was gifted real estate from family. They were married at the time of the gift. He just found out his name was not on deed to the real estate.... Read more »
My husbands parents both recently passed away and the house was left to his brother which is fine. I have certain things in the house that I want including a shot gun that his father told him he could have as they went hunting together all the time. The brother wont hand it over as he thinks it is... Read more »
My step father passed away and his will simply says to split his assets between my mother and his 2 daughters. When he and my mother completed their wills, they believed her name was on the deed to the home and ownership would fall to her. This was based on a conversation they had with their... Read more »
She owns 1/2 of the realty by virtue of the marriage regardless of what the will says under the statutes. Idk if that helps much, but she would only have to purchase 1/4 from each stepdaughter rather than 1/3. One would have to see snd analyze the other assets and debt to see where she might be...Read more »
The lawyer then left the state for a vacation and I was told I couldn't get a copy because he took this document with him and would have to mail it back to his office before I can receive a copy. Is that a proper way to handle an original legal document.
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