The liability of the law firm could depend on a number of factors that are not revealed in your question: The nature of the mistake and how it occurred. Any complicity in the mistake by your mother. How long ago this happened. The relationship between the firm and the attorney. If you...Read more »
It states that we can’t file to modify until the 18 months is up. That is coming up. She lives in ND and i live in OK. How will support be calculated for 2 children now that i am making less and in a different state?
There is not enough information here to know what is going on with this case. With that said, if there is a threat that children may be removed by the state the guardians and the parents each need to hire attorneys right now. It is always better to take action to try to prevent the removal than...Read more »
If he signed a waiver of extradition, Kansas should have ten (10) days to come get him. They can request an extension, but generally those are only permitted in extreme circumstances. If he has not signed a waiver or waived in front of a judge, then it may be longer.
I am hoping there is a statute of limitations, otherwise, does a probate ever end or is an estate ever really settled if a will can pop up out of nowhere during the life expectancy of the heirs at law for the next 20 - 50 years. Heirs at law spent 1 year probating the estate as intestate and now... Read more »
There is no time limitation on when a will may be admitted to probate. There is no statute specifically related to nurses that I am aware of. There is a general statute concerning wills obtained under duress, fraud, or undue influence. It is difficult from your description to determine what the...Read more »
My husband started an affair with his then supervisor (that’s a male), my husband is also an alcoholic and his supervisor would give him alcohol on company grounds, his supervisor would tell him intimate details about other employees that is a breech of their privacy but, his supervisor used his... Read more »
Call the police and/or file a vpo - do NOT take anything into your own hands unless there is an imminent threat to life or limb and the police have not arrived (Anytime you take action yourself you are opening yourself up for very expensive litigation and potential criminal issues for yourself)
When working, my wife took out disability insurance. A few years later she had a cyst on her spine removed and was unable to return to work. She has submitted a social security disability request 2 years ago. She finally had her review with a judge. If she receives back pay, will she be required to... Read more »
Sometimes you do have to pay some or all of your ssa disability payments to an insurer based on your agreement with the insurer. The HR person at your wife's work may be able to point you to the relevant language in the agreement.
I wouldn't do that because if the other parent thinks you have extra money they could try and double cross you and modify support later and you could end up owning more. I have seen this happen before. Other attorneys may have a different opinion but that would be my opinion.
Father no will. I have been living on property for 10 yrs. No child with stepmother, 3 children from marriage to our mother. My dads new wife let us kids come to the farm for 3 HR. & get personal items she had set out for us. My sister had charge over his medical decisions & funeral if he... Read more »
If a probate has not been commenced, you should initiate probate proceedings in the County where your father lived. If one has already been initiated, you should hire an attorney to protect your rights. You must have a probate for good title to be passed on Oklahoma real estate. In the probate,...Read more »
Basically the person my love that I truly care for her and she dealing with unable to attend a normal schooling and she has a abusive verbal dad that talks crap too her and her mother and I am wanting to get her out of that place and see about letting her move in she currently 15 but by May she... Read more »
Consult with a probate attorney concerning the estate. You would need to file a guardianship for the children. You may be able to find one attorney that can help with both. Best of luck with this matter.
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