While travelling as canadain citizens to New Hampshire we stopped in maine at a gas station and it had no washroom. My children went behind the building and peed in a bush and the worker came out and said she was writing our license plate down and letting authorities know. Should we be worried?
Public urination generally is considered a criminal offense or a civil infraction depending on the jurisdiction. If charged and convicted, this can have consequences, including fines or more severe penalties. Given that the incident involves minors, it would be prudent to consult with an attorney...View More
My gram passed (no will) and her husband passed 6 moths later (no will step kids only) After she passed he never titled the house in his name. the hiers from my gram are all on the same side. gramps parents and siblings are all passed. Does the title to the house stay with my grams estate since he... View More
Hire an attorney in Maine to conduct a title search. You have not stated what estate the grandparent had. Once the title is determined, then the heirs at law are determined. Heirship needs to be determined up to the present, and these are owners as tenants in common. A complex Affidavit of...View More
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