The inheritance is $3636.00. I am due to get out of Northeast Center early 3/19 in a Medicaid program called TBI Waiver. Med resource is under $2,000, SSI would be problematic and I haven't called them, I received the check today. I want to do the right thing to do, I don't speak well... Read more »
Courts don't appoint family law attorneys in such cases. Some NY legal aid societies may be able to help you find a cost effective or pro bono lawyer in restraining order matters. You may consider hiring an attorney, and limited scope representation may be a good choice if you're on a...Read more »
Does the person admitted to long term care inpatient have to pay taxes on their pension, Social security, $401K can those taxes stop being withheld? She was admitted in June. Is she responsible for tax payment from Jan to June? Is she exempt from June to the present?
The only legal tool to stop collection activity would be to have an Tax Attorney negotiate a hardship status with the IRS. Just because she was admitted to a long term inpatient care facility does not negate the legal duty to pay taxes. However, there are a number of avenues available to prevent...Read more »
My mom, and her nephew inherited a house in 2008, mom died in 2015. Recently, I found out that my moms' nephew sold the home April 2018, without my dads knowledge. Isn't my dad still entitled to her half of the proceeds from the sale, even if my mom is deceased. As of today her nephew... Read more »
cant go on his property because I turned him in a few months ago because he left his son's dog outside in 40 below weather. He's been mad ever since and my sister is not talking to me anymore. My mom calls me but I am not allowed to call there or go on his property. Do I have any rights?... Read more »
own's. So we can renovate and rent the two family and pay for assisted living. Mom is only one on deed. House is in trust of myself and sister. Sister has bad credit. I am one who needs to borrow on that property and get renovations done. Is it possible for me to do this?
taxes on home won't be paid if the home is sold will mom be taken care of by Medicaid? or should we just let the rehab nursing home put a lien on home.House is paid just property tax just my sister is their for now has nowhere to go
Mom lived in Suffolk County, NY. I live in So. Florida. I want to be the administrator (my brother agrees). Will has not been submitted for probate yet. I'm going to NY feb 1. Estate has about $40,000 in bank acct and bill due to nursing home for about $20,000. I'm concerned about how... Read more »
My father was dying the beginning of this year and my sister started telling my parents she wasnt going to do anything for them anymore if they didn't sign their house over to her. My father had also told me she was spending thousands of his dollars while he was in rehab, $30,000 to be exact.... Read more »
My mom, brother and myself were joint tenants in 2001. In 2014 my mom transferred her interest to my brother for a life estate deed and then sent her away to live in a nursing home in another country. Can I file for partition of the house if she is no longer living there?
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