The seller won't be at closing and pre-signed all paperwork but the title needs to be transferred to a trust without ever being put into the name of the buyer. It needs to go directly into a Trust. Can this be possible if the seller pre-signed?
If the seller has already signed the deed to the buyer, then no, not without having the seller sign a deed directly to the trust instead, and if you are going to do that, then there are other papers that will need to be signed and some redone as well. There needs to be an assignment of escrow from...Read more »
A PERSON living in WI for 8 yrs, has WI vehicle plates and WI business, but still drives w a MN DL who has no home in MN but has a business in MN but does not live or go to business maybe 30 days a year.
said person gets a WI OUI with a minor in vehicle with a breathlizer done 3 to 4 hrs... Read more »
If you have lived in WI for 8 years, you should have long ago gotten a WI license. But that is a separate issue. WI will suspend your privilege to drive in WI. MN will then honor that suspension. So your MN license will get revoked. You will have to go through the process of getting your...Read more »
She was adopted as a baby and is now 42. If she doesn't have a will, or that her wishes are spelled out, will her biological mother/siblings be entitled to what she owned after she passes away, or would it go to her adopted family?
If someone passes away without a Will, they are deemed to have died Intestate. Minnesota then sets forth a "default estate plan" for the person. This default plan basically sets forth that the persons closest living family members have priority to act as the Personal Representative (or Executor)...Read more »
I went to get my Florida drivers license but was refused because of a fine that went supposedly unpaid from 2011, 8 years ago. But I was issued a license from Minnesota and traded it for Texas when I moved. 7 years later, Florida wont licence me because of an old fine.
I'm not aware of any legal time limit. There might eventually come a time when they let it go. Maybe. But generally if one state revokes or suspends a drivers license,that driver won't be able to get another in a new state; until they clear it in the original state. If it were me, I'd need to...Read more »
In his personal bank account. She said that in a few years when she is in a lower tax bracket then she would give it out. Nothing went to probate and has done not followed thru with her fiduciary duties. He passed in 2017. Can creditors come this late collect any monies?? This has been difficult... Read more »
This question should be reviewed in detail by a probate attorney. The largest issue here is probate assets versus non-probate assets. While your sister may be the Executor of the Will, this only extends to probate assets (or assets in your father's name alone with no beneficiary designations when...Read more »
Prior to signing a receipt and release of the Executor (or Personal Representative), a beneficiary of the estate has the opportunity to review a detailed accounting of the estate. An accounting should set forth the probate assets and the payments made by the estate. These payments can include...Read more »
So I'm 16 and my mom has a vary abusive boyfriend (not physically) and he just threatened to and I quote "ring his little neck. " (my brothers 18 and hes 31) is it possible to get him out of the house for good?
No. You cannot tell him to stay out, but you could certainly apply for a harassment restraining order or order for protection if one is warranted. That would be your best avenue to keep him out of the home.
Yes, it's possible though such an appeal motion maybe time barred if not made soon enough. Under most circumstances, a court will not allow withdrawal of a plea or a new trial after a plea. But it would depend upon the facts of the particular case.
The box was checked endangerment of life and/or property He was turning left on a flashing yellow arrow and did not see the vehicle coming the other direction. He was clearly in the wrong. Both vehicles involved are commercial motor vehicles. The other driver was taken by ambulance and... Read more »
If you look at the Register of Actions for the case on the Minnesota courts website using the citation number or court file number, you'll likely see that it's a misdemeanor criminal charge. Some traffic violations are charged as crimes. The maximum penalty for a misdemeanor is 90 days jail....Read more »
I am going through a custody situation, after having child support raised. I was given sole legal and sole physical custody in 2011. I had child support raised in December 2018 and a month later I was served with custody papers. My daughter is 9 and her Biological dad is a registered predatory... Read more »
Juvenile delinquency proceedings in Minnesota are similar but different from adult criminal proceedings. The basic procedure (discovery, plea bargaining, trial, etc.) apply, but younger juveniles often have better opportunities for rehabilitation and to avoid future problems. But to get a fair...Read more »
The 2 hits on google were Instagram accts; one created last month and the other 4/2017. I started mine late 2016 early 2017. One is a graphic designer who created a logo for a "client" but then this month after contacting me about same name, listed shirts for sale on his Instagram acct. The other... Read more »
Respectfully, you seem to be seeking the assurance of an attorney that your proposed trademark is "safe" for purposes of a trademark registration application without actually hiring or paying for an attorney--and without disclosing what that proposed mark actually is.
I would try to determine if this is a violation that could trigger a license revocation (if too many within a year, for example), or an increase in insurance rates. If so, I would set a goal of keeping it off my driver's license record. The way to do that is through the court - by preventing a...Read more »
Child support in Minnesota is set by statute. If you google Minnesota Child Support Calculator, you can input your information and get a presumptive child support amount. The court can deviate, but needs to explain why if it does so. Basic child support is meant to be a contribution to basic...Read more »
Need to set up a court hearing without turning myself in. Case is in MN, I reside in SD and have absolutely no way there. I was “formally charged” by complaint warrant for a crime I did not commit. I have stable job, stable home, and have absolutely no way to get to MN to even do such as I... Read more »
My husband goes back and forth telling me that he wants the nicest divorce and child custody but the next time it is brought up that he will drag out the divorce the longest and expensive way as possible. Is there a way to get it done fast and nicely as possible, when he is against getting advice... Read more »
"Fastest and nicest" is a pretty subjective goal. More importantly, fastest and nicest may not be "best"; rather it may simply be agreeing with everything that the other person wants. As a SAHM, you would potentially receive some level of spousal maintenance. In addition, you could ask that your...Read more »
I have someone who lives above my garage. I gave him thirty days notice to vacate. I'm tired of his drunken behavior. He has not even packed. He is waiting to see what I do. I want to file an unlawful Detainer. I want him out.
I had a home renovation done ~2 years ago where the contractor removed some siding that has high lead levels in the paint. Fast-forward to today, my (new) daughter's lead test came back high (8.6). I'm trying to figure out what, if any, steps I could take against this contracting company for their... Read more »
I'm sorry for the high lead levels your daughter exhibited. You could contact a Minnesota injury attorney to discuss the matter in further detail, and it would be preferable if the attorney was experienced in toxic tort type of matters, involving exposure to hazardous substances. Given the passage...Read more »
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