Nephews made funeral arrangements no mention of grown step children in obituary cause out of state never would let step children in family home. Father had died 2 years prior with brain tumor cancer and had him change his will 2 weeks before passing Grown children let it go cause thought property... Read more »
You need to sit down with a probate attorney as soon as possible to go over the situation. A family tree is going to need to be created to go over all living heirs to figure who is entitled to what. The attorney will also need to review a copy of the will.
Yes, plain smell is an exception to the search warrant requirement. However, that does not mean that the underlying motor vehicle stop and subsequent search was valid. You should consult with an attorney to discuss the facts of your case and possible motion to suppress.
First I suggest that you see someone high up in the management of the DMV in Trenton. Next retain an attorney to get this matter resolved. Good luck. But you will not be able to sue the DMV for your damages.
The 28,500 is for a person that purchased a co-op then moved out and left the house(co-op) to my mom. Years later asked for her deposit back. My mom changed her will to leave her the money. 2 questions. Can we close without a Tax Waiver and how much effort do we need to put into finding the... Read more »
The short answer is that the tax waiver will be required. Based on the fact that $28,500 is passing to a class D beneficiary, you cannot file an NJ Form L-9 – Affidavit for Real Property Tax Waiver. Instead, you must file an inheritance tax return and upon its completion, you will receive a tax...Read more »
Someone stole a credit card and linked it to their Facebook messenger for Facebook payment then another person logged into their Facebook messenger and sent themselves money to their Facebook messenger
You haven’t quite inherited it until it is re-titled in your name, as a practical matter. You should consult with a probate attorney about probating your dad’s estate so that the house title will be in your name.
Your location states MD, but your asking about divorce in New Jersey. Which state are you a legal resident of? In New Jersey, usually you have to be a resident of a state for one year. If you cannot afford a private attorney you need to contact legal aid. Your attorney can file what is known as a...Read more »
Monies owed to the Internal Revenue Service According to IRS I owe $5,000 for year 2012 on January 22, 2020 I will be 65 years old . They take a percentage of my partial social security. At age 65 are they still allowed to collect arrearages and what is the procedure to stop this payment
2012 taxes would not be discharged in a 2015 bankruptcy. That return would have been due 4.15.13 and the three year period for discharging income tax would not have passed until 4.15.2016. Also, the IRS is a preferred creditor in a 13.
If you want them to stop the SS levy you have to setup...Read more »
You should have filed a motion to enforce your settlement 14 years ago. You never enforced it till now. Many changes have occurred between your divorce and your cohabitation. I think you really should retain a lawyer who focuses on matrimonial law and post-judgment divorce actions.
You are going to need to retain an experienced matrimonial attorney to bring an enforcement action against him and for any supplemental proceedings. I am unaware of any statute of limitations on collection of alimony arrears.
Thank you for your question. I am sorry to hear you are experiencing this stressful situation. The courts take the issue of alimony enforcement very seriously. Check your Judgment of Divorce’s details for any specific language it might include about issues of non-payment. If you and your former...Read more »
A woman is one of five children. She lived with her elderly mother and stepfather for the last 10 years. Her stepfather dies. The house and all assets go to his wife. Then his wife dies. The woman who has lived in the house for the last ten years has paid bills, remodeled and paid taxes on her... Read more »
When a person dies without a will, the property the decedent owned is distributed through a process called probate to the decedent's heirs according to the states laws of intestate succession. If the decedent had surviving children but no surviving spouse, which sounds like the case here, the...Read more »
The answer depends on the degree of your lewdness charge for there is a fourth degree or disorderly persons offense. Either way get a good lawyer to make sure you get the lowest possible sentence and stay out of jail.
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