The question is not clear. If he is being transferred that implies he was already in jail, being transferred to another jail in another county. In most cases involving new charges, the defendant will get a bail hearing with a few days or less. After that, often they can post bail and get out....Read more »
My mom passed away 4/4/2015 with no will. She has land amd a poll barn that is paid for. She has a few cars paid in full but a lot of credit card debt. Can I do a summary of assignment or does this go to probate? Do I have become the executor since I'm the only child of hers and her husband... Read more »
When my husband passed we were physically (not legally) separated. His death was hidden from me by my in-laws who had him falsely listed as "divorced" on his death certificate, had his body cremated (location of his remains are unknown to me), cleared out our home and garage, and took all... Read more »
not live in Puerto Rico how much does it cost to hire a lawyer? to resolve the property and whats happen when someone dies? She did not have a mortg the house was paid for no debts. My niece does not communicate with me and she made herself owner she is only the granddaughter what are my rights... Read more »
Most probate attorneys will give you a free phone consultation. If the niece was a joint owner of the bank account or a payable on death beneficiary of the bank account, the niece would normally get the bank account proceeds. The county recorder where your mother's house is located may have a...Read more »
A will is a testamentary document that provides where the testator wants his or her property to pass upon death. A validly executed will admitted to probate without challenge will control the distribution of the decedent's property. In Minnesota you can disinherit children but not spouses....Read more »
I can no longer afford an attorney and I have to keep fighting a probate/civil suit. I am trying to do this on my own, it is very stressful. I have to fight for what I believe in. I can not just through in the towel. Where can I find someone that will help me?
SlidingFeeAttorneys.com is a network of cost-conscious, local attorneys offering sliding-fee representation (fees are based on your income). This is a new website and more attorneys are joining each day so check back regularly. If you cannot find an attorney in your area on that site, I suggest...Read more »
Yes, it is possible to transfer probation to another state. I do not believe it is dependant on whether there are family members there or not. It is accomplished on a case by case basis. The probation officer should be the person's first contact.
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