The guardianship over your uncle ceased when he died. The guardian at that point should have filed a Final Account and request to formally terminate the guardianship. If the guardian did not do so, they may be held to account and possibly to pay damages for any property that has have not been...Read more »
If the claimant wants to keep the car, yes they can say "well,you are getting back what the salvage value is." Now you need to determine how they figure that, and if what you get will allow you to repair the car to the level it can be inspected. If there are problems with that or other problems...Read more »
Assuming the value of what has been alleged to have been stolen exceeds $1000, then the range of punishment for a Grand Larceny AFCF (with one prior or with two or more priors with none of them being a felony enumerated in Title 57, Section 571) is 0 to 10 years. Grand Larceny AFCF (with two...Read more »
Am i legally required to provide wife with a vehicle or transportation? Am I responsible for making sure her health issues are addressed and taken care of? In example providing transporatation to and from doctor visits, ect if we are divorcing
What the court may order is going to be very fact specific to each individual case. To get reliable information applicable to your specific situation consult with an attorney. The Governor has declared that Attorneys are considered essential and therefore many attorneys are still operating and...Read more »
I’m sorry for your loss. You will have to probate her estate in the county where she resided when she passed. However, if you are her only heir, it should be relatively inexpensive and fast, especially if her entire estate was worth $200,000 or less.
There’s not enough information to answer your question with specificity. Grand larceny has different grades of punishment based upon the value of the items stolen. With the prior felony conviction it could be a dramatic difference in the ranges of punishment. If you’re already on a long...Read more »
But, not phone calls because that is in our divorce decree. He will not allow me video chats with our kids during a pandemic. Can he do that? There is no provision's regarding video calls however, doesn't that violate my civil rights as a parent?
So much depends on the Final Judgment ending the marriage. Did it make a provision to allow video? Did it incorporate a Marital Settlement Agreement that contained a provision to allow video? If not, as much as it might be detestable the refusal is not in contradiction to court order.
her adult great children knew her wishes were for one of her daughters and her son in law (my mother and father) to have her house. The iems in the house went amicably to whoever wanted what. My parents lived in the house several times over the years and always kept the real estate taxes current.... Read more »
Probate will likely be necessary, but it should be cheap and quick. On the other hand, if the lot is the only property left in your grandmother's name and all of your grandmother's heirs agree to deed any right they may have in the property to your mother, you can likely avoid probate and instead...Read more »
You need to retain an attorney immediately to protect your rights and property. An attorney will look at the evidence, scrutinize the encounter with law-enforcement, see if there’s anyway to beat the charge. If not, depending upon your prior history, attorneys can typically help you preserve your...Read more »
Typically, an estate going through probate must have its assets inventoried and appraised, as well as officially "accounted for" prior to the closing of the probate. However, if the personal representative obtains written consent from all heirs, he/she can ask the court to waive those tasks.
There is a misconception that the Possession of CDS law was made retroactive. Instead of doing that, the Legislature enacted a law providing relief to individuals currently serving a sentence for a crime that occurred before the crime became a misdemeanor. The law made them eligible for...Read more »
It's a difficult call to make without the benefit of video cams that show the movements of all vehicles. In the aftermath of such a collision, liability in such settings is sometimes split down the middle for lack of evidence from one side or the other to the contrary. Good luck
My husband’s father’s estate has been in probate for 8 years, there are four heirs. We recently filed bankruptcy and now the bankruptcy judge wants the estate dissolved. We have been trying to get the probate lawyer to dissolve it for years(we could have avoided bankruptcy if this was the... Read more »
I’m trying to file child support On my daughters dad & get childcare for my daughter but they are wanting me To put my sons dad on child support as well ? Not for my daughter but for my son, problem is my sons dad takes care of him & provides , I don’t think it’s fair to do that cause he has... Read more »
My sons mom is remarried and wants her husband to adopt her so she is keeping her away from him not only because she has to be in control always but because she has always gotten mad at my son and myself or her own mom and as a form to punish us she keeps my grandbaby hostage and uses her as a tool... Read more »
I have a 16 year old son that has a different man on his birth certificate. I know he is mine but not on paper. I am regular in his life and help support him with things he needs. His mother won't let me see him all of a sudden but he wants to see me. What can we do? Can he just leave home and be... Read more »
I think your best bet is going to be to get the child's mother to agree to visitation. There is a very limited time window to challenge paternity, typically no more than two years. You can meet with an attorney for a consultation to discuss the specific facts of your case.
Hes been gone a month&shown no interest in coming see her but I made him visit 2x for a few hours. He is mentally unstable, quit his job of 5years&moved in w/his wheelchair bound grandma 2hours away. He has neglected our daughter before, every time I have left her in his care. Recently she got a... Read more »
In a way, yes. Anyone who is potentially in a supervisory role of the minor children in question can be vetted. This means that if the children would be under your care, it is within the Courts power to request a drug test before you take on that role. With that said, I believe almost any judge...Read more »
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