My mother couldn't be executor because of bad credit and lived out of state. and they appointed one for her. But I met all the qualification and willing to set up to the plate. We haven't been to probate court yet and was wondering if i could become administrator over estate.
That is for the probate court to decide. You can apply to be administrator, and the court will schedule a hearing o determine who is best suited to serve as administrator. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local probate attorney to assist you.
My dad went to hosp monday and we guess hosp released him.and 24 hrs after he died.and we suspect his wife who is power of atty over everything.he was on a feeding tube and was not suppose to have anything to drink or eat by mouth.he wasnt seeing a dr for a few yrs so what meds was she giving... Read more »
A man who got a slap on the wrist again after a 1st issue was only given another year on his parrol for B&E with stealing firearms. He got felonious assault charge last year from beating a woman who knows has a 5 year protective order against him. This man attacked my father breaking the right aid... Read more »
No, but for your own closure I'd suggest you contact a member of the Ohio Assn for Justice.
The reason is that the decision to charge and the decision to sentence are not things that can give rise to liability if the convict convicts a crime as far as the State or County are concerned. If...Read more »
This response is general in nature and you should seek the counsel and advice of an experienced Ohio lawyer to review all the aspects of your case. Do not rely on this answer as it is based on limited information.
Ohio's Political Subdivision Tort Liability Act creates a significant hurdle...Read more »
Oct 2015, I fell attached to my power-chair onto the street because the city had not officially closed the sidewalk and I was trying to get to my apartment where I have lived independently for 20 years. I am severely disabled but have worked to be independent. I became unconscious with a head... Read more »
You have two issues. One is a claim against the city or the owner of the property.You need to contact a member of the Ohio Assn for Justice in your area --they give free consultations. You can explain your injuries. You then can ask about this issue but I don't see that they can do much in that...Read more »
Apparently my insurance was cancelled at midnight the night before but I received a letter contradicting that and that we were still covered for the next month. We, of course are being sued by the family of the motorcyclist and was just curious on appropriate steps.
A man and his friend are driving his insured car following the friends wife. When the wife stops the friend jumps from the car and starts hitting his wife . A on leave marine see's this and rushes to the woman's aid ,when the marine gets there the friend shoots and kills the marine then flees with... Read more »
The person who shot the marine is responsible civilly and criminally. There may be restitution available through the criminal process. Insurance typically doesn't cover intentional acts like this. A local injury lawyer can confirm.
Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter...Read more »
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