The stimulus check is now an asset of your mother's probate estate. It does not have to be returned. The answer to the question of who gets that money depends on a lot of factors such as whether or not your mother had a will and, if she did have a will, what she said in it about the...Read more »
They exchanged information and the other driver admitted fault. But told his insurance they were both at fault. We had to file police report, get them to acquire the video and get the video sent to them. I keep calling the other driver insurance to get the status of the claim but he hardly ever... Read more »
A Mississippi attorney could best advise here, but your post remains open for three weeks. I hope your son and the other driver are okay. As a general matter, I do not see a situation that would provide the basis to sue for mental distress. Because the other driver told his insurance that both...Read more »
I purchased a property in the land tax sale. I have paid all the taxes up and have my deed. There is a house on the property that was not assessed during the land sale. The people who live there have a deed for the vacant lot next to mine, but the house they live in is on the land that I purchased.... Read more »
Probably not. They probably own both tracts by adverse possession under color of title. You should have performed a title search prior to purchase. And tax sales are notorious for sometimes conveying nothing, as there are no real covenants of title. With tax sales, you always need a competent...Read more »
The property is heir property and the owner would sell it, but believes all heirs would need to be involved(3 total). The owner has been the only heir involved at all with this property and has paid the taxes on it for at least 11 years. This piece of property joins to mine and I’ve maintained... Read more »
Hire a competent attorney to first conduct a title search. Then he needs to determine heirship and record it with an Affidavit of Heirship. Finally get a Deed executed by all Heirs At Law over to you. They may demand some monetary consideration.
If you got proof about a person stealing and proved it thru. The corporate office .and they acted on it into firing .an employee. And put pictures on Facebook just cause she .said things about this person .
Probate will not help at all, unless there is a surviving spouse. In fact it may draw creditors that you do not know about. File an Affidavit Of Heirship which shows the six siblings' source of title as heirs. Then all of you can sell it or deed it to one owner.
I had a missed miscarriage August 2019, I found out I was pregnant in June, before I found out I was pregnant my doctor gave me metronidazole, he didn’t do a blood test to see if I was pregnant nor did he let me take a pregnancy test, I read online that metronidazole is not safe being pregnant in... Read more »
I'm very sorry for your ordeal. This is something that a Mississippi attorney is best qualified to advise on, but your post remains open for four weeks. As a general matter, an attorney is not qualified to make the determination of whether metronidazole was the cause here; that is something...Read more »
While incarceration i agreed to allow my son to go live with his dad the judge agreed so my son went from dhs custody to his dads custody i never signed anything giving my rights up or anything i never received copy of any custody paper work now im at of jail my sons dad has bern keep my son from... Read more »
You need to get with a family law lawyers ASAP. Assuming that there is paperwork giving you joint legal custody, unless there is something saying that you cannot have the child, then you are entitled to have him in your custody.
So long as the bond has to do with the indicted case, you should be good to go. Regardless, you may want to consider getting with a criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible, as it is not unusual for DAs to try and have the court review the bond immediately upon indictment. Feel free to reach out...Read more »
You can; however, in most cases, a party files with fault based grounds, with ID as an alternative. If you end up coming to an agreement with the other party, then you can agree to proceed as an ID divorce.
I was hired as A boat Captain in MS to replace the existing Captain ( howard) who the company said, was Going to retire. Howard had no intentions of retiring. Howard did everything he could to run me off. I tolerated it for sometime because I really needed the Captains job. Eventually it became... Read more »
There may be a case there for constructive termination; however, your best bet is going to be to contact a lawyer directly to review the facts and circumstances in more detail. Feel free to reach out to any lawyer on here by clicking the contact information next to their name. Most lawyers on here,...Read more »
I have court on Tuesday May 26th. The court has already continued the trial twice now due to Covid-19. I have not been able to find council, nor can I afford an attorney with being without a job due to covid-19. So I need to request a continuance for those reasons and also because I don't... Read more »
Once a judgment is entered, then they request review of all of your assets to collect on the judgment. That being said, if you have been summoned to appear and fail to do so, you may also be looking at criminal penalties.
I understand that the child can choose which parent they want to live with if they are 12 or older, even though the judge has the overall decision on the matter after an interview with the child. Now to my question. Is having a lawyer required for this process? Or is it something I can go to the... Read more »
You would need to file a petition for a certificate of rehabilitation with the circuit court. Be aware, though, that petitioning the court is not a guarantee that the judge will issue a certificate. The court typically considers several factors, such as the nature of the underlying conviction, how...Read more »
Yes. Your children (or you acting on their behalf) have until their 28th birthday to initiate an action against your ex to collect the arrears, otherwise the balance may be wiped clean. I would highly encourage you to reach out to a family law attorney as soon as possible, so that an action can be...Read more »
If he doesn't show, you definitely need to ask that the case be dismissed, since you have the right to confront him. That being said, depending on the judge, be prepared for the prosecutor to try and continue the matter until a future date to allow the officer to appear.
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