This has included but not limited to doing the funeral arraignments, looking for an attorney, providing transportation, cleaning out his mother's rented house, getting info for setting up an SNT and ABLE account, and countless other errands. I guess what I need to know is him paying me an eligible... Read more »
This has included but not limited to doing the funeral arraignments, looking for an attorney, providing transportation, cleaning out his mother's rented house, getting info for setting up an SNT and ABLE account, and countless other errands. I guess what I need to know is him paying me an... Read more »
Thank You for your question. The short answer: Yes. Assuming there was a Will, and your relative was named Executor, he is free to seek whatever reasonable assistance is needed to carry out his duties. Being an Executor is work, as are all the duties necessary to carry his responsibilities. As long...Read more »
I live in MN she lives now in GA father passed away and guardianship went to grandmother. And now grandmother passed . The uncle of my daughter is now asking for temporary guardianship and I feel she should come 2 me. I am willing 2 transition her slowly here to Minnesota but need to know my rights.
Call your local legal services office for help. Considering you have no income, you likely qualify for help.
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