Bruce Alexander Minnick's answer All of your questions should be answered in the original purchase documents controlling all the terms of ownership, maintenance, assessments and all other terms and conditions. Why not hire a lawyer to review everything and help you convince the owners of the retirement community to speed up their efforts to sell the unoccupied apartment.
Bruce Alexander Minnick's answer If you sold your house through a Realtor, lawyer, title company or other closing agent they should have given you a pro rata credit for the 2019 taxes you paid and an offsetting charge against the new owner's proceeds. Look at your closing statement.
H. Scott Aalsberg Esq.'s answer For shoplifting anything over $500.00 your looking at a $15,000 fine and between 3 to 5 years in jail. A good lawyer may be able to keep you out of jail and lower your fines, but we would need to know much more tell you what would happen in your case. I suggest that you setup one of the free in office consultations that most of us criminal lawyers offer, its your best bet on learning how, a lawyer can help you.
Noel Rivers' answer Yes, in all likelihood, 50% of your father's pension that would have gone to your mother would, therefore, go to her estate. Additional information would be needed to say that is the case with certainty. Any experienced estate administration attorney can assist you with this matter.
Noel Rivers' answer No, an executrix cannot make a unilateral donation of any amount whatsoever, without having clear, written authorization from the decedent. You would need to read the will and any codicils carefully to see if it contains any provision for a charitable donation.
Noel Rivers' answer You can file a motion to enforce litigant's rights. It will bring the matter before a judge. If you are successful, you can have the court make him pay the back child support amount owed to you. Any experienced family law attorney would be happy to assist you in this.
Noel Rivers' answer If the court date is for your own child's support, you do not need to bring your parents with you. However, you are able to bring your parents if you want to. I would also urge you to hire an attorney to protect your interests, if at all possible.
Noel Rivers' answer There are many companies that can properly serve subpoenas to out of state companies. Often, when an out of state company receives a subpoena that was properly served, it complies with the subpoena. Subpoenas sent without proper service can be ignored by the receiving company.
Noel Rivers' answer If an executor does not pay bills that are owed by the estate and then steals money from the estate, a beneficiary of the estate can bring an action in court against the executor. If an executor fails to act under his duties and obligations to the estate, the beneficiary should seek to have the executor removed and ask the court to appoint somebody else as the executor.
There are various mechanisms for discovery request. Since you are on your own, you should consult with an attorney about what you will need to prove your case. Then you should inquiry about how to admit what you need into evidence.
H. Scott Aalsberg Esq.'s answer In general, It is the duty of the heir or the person desiring original letters of administration to make application to the Surrogate of the county in which the intestate resided at death. It is an easy process, if the person has little in the way of assets, but you may still want to have an attorney walk you through the process.
H. Scott Aalsberg Esq.'s answer You can fight any ticket the question is can you win and generally most judges believe the officer. If you had a video it would help a lot more than a tape of the conversation.
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