Ellen Cronin Badeaux's answer First tell him to return your truck. Print the request then..go to the Sheriff and file a criminal charge of theft or simply go take it if you have a duplicate key. After you have it, get it rekeyed.
Christie Tournet's answer Wills are not filed in the public record. And, a notary has no obligation to file a Will - anywhere. To the contrary, the Will should be provided to the Testator and it is up to the Testator to determine if he/she wishes to provide access/copies of the Will. Also, a notary/attorney may be willing to provide the Will to a beneficiary. Otherwise, any interested person can file to open succession and obtain an order to search for a Will. As a child, you are an interested person and could...
Ellen Cronin Badeaux's answer Save it all on a flash drive. Then hire an attorney to file for a permanent injunction against harassment and to fight her protective order. After saving on a flashdrive, contact each platform and ask them to remove her postings.
Ellen Cronin Badeaux's answer Yes your daughter has to pay the medical bill. She can also be charged with battery, expelled from school and lose her financial aid. If she gets charged she needs a lawyer.
Christie Tournet's answer You will have to administer the estate, have the court appoint someone as executor/administrator, and then get authority to sell after an offer is submitted in writing and contingent upon court approval. Then, the proceeds are split (after authority from the court, again) either by intestacy law, or terms of the Will.
Douglas Lee Bryan's answer Hopefully you have insurance that will cover this and provide you with a defense attorney. Examples are premises liability (homeowners), commercial liability, or general liability coverage policies. You should contact your insurance agent or insurance company as soon as possible and provide them with a copy of the lawsuit. If you don't have insurance, you should consult with an attorney that handles insurance defense matters.
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