The short answer is No. Unless the child was specially named in a will, the child will not inherit. A provision for “all of my children” - or worse, no will at all - will not include a child who is legally considered someone else’s child.
I am one of 4 siblings. My mother passed and did not have a will. She was common law married but the land was purchased before the marriage and was only in her name. I have been paying the taxes on the land since she passed. What can I do to obtain the land since I am caring for it?
Contact a probate attorney. These can be complex issues, and with a spouse involved (common law or not) the date the land was purchased is not relevant (it would be in the event of a divorce but not necessarily in death) - But first thing is the estate (land and all other belongings) needs to be...Read more »
To better answer your question, I need to read his POA and the Living Trust. However, the problem with both documents is that they are REVOCABLE by him. As a result, you may need to begin guardianship proceedings in the County where he lives. A judge can only remove a court-appointed guardian.
34yrs married, mental harassment to go get divorce, during the year and a half of going thru this, on top of kids and I doing repairs,painting, etc. to home to be put up for sale, and the deaths of my brother, my ids Sad and finally my Son. He has sold of assets, moved money around and other... Read more »
If you have a probate lawyer then you need to work with that attorney and allow them to do their job as a prudent attorney. If you feel they are not representing you well then you need to either discuss that with them or contact a new attorney to take over the probate. Probates are very fact...Read more »
Deeded or willed. One of them lives on the 5 acres in the home where she had lived and had been there for about 5 years she has been deceased a year. No probate has been drawn up who has ownership of the property and can they sale all it or give it to another family member like a uncle or such?
My daughter has a criminal case pending. She has some mental health issues also an she was Inpatient in a behaviorial health facility for about 6 months. After being released we went to court where the judge placed her with a relative an had us go thru tribal courts to get legal guardianship. Which... Read more »
Depending on the nature of the crime, criminal charges can be a very important factor. If children were removed from the home and you are not sure why, consult with an attorney in private and the attorney can review your case and help you identify the problem.
In Oklahoma, father (on birth certificate) is keeping (under 1 year old) away from mother. Father has protective order against mother and hasn’t let mother see child in over a month. Is there someone she can call to make him give her the child?
Yes, any family law attorney in your part of the state can help her. Take a copy of the protective order and any other court documents to the attorney. Once they review what has been filed they will then be able to tell you exactly what needs to happen next.
Rewording question for vagueness. In regards to custody exchange agreement the phrase "any other times mutually decided and agreed upon" I am aware that this does not mandate additional time. Ex spouse reason for not allowing additional time is both parties agree to additional time and... Read more »
Again the answer is the same. The officer does not have anything to enforce because the mutual agreement is an above and beyond clause. The officer can address any definite order from the court - such as a specific holiday or where one person is supposed to meet at a specific time ((that is in the...Read more »
In current permanent parenting plan, custody exchanges are detailed except one. The phrase "Any other times mutually decided and agreed on by and between the parties" is included. Ex spouse refuses any and all requests for this as she believes that this is not enforceable if one party... Read more »
Your question is a bit vague and not sure what the law enforcement provision is regarding to. In general “any other times” is just that times that are not specifically mentioned in the plan (ie. Regular visits, holidays, summer, etc…) and thus these times are merely optional so long as both...Read more »
I know a loan on my house was done when I was in prison. and this same person remarried myself and Logue. I thought I was divorced in 2012. But I have been supporting him and his other females unknown to me. My trust I had got wiped clean and now I'm over 20,000 in debt
if you are asking specifically regarding the IRS or State you can call, confirm your identity, and see who has an active Power of Attorney on your account. The representatives you speak to should be able to give guidance on how to revoke that power as well.
I’m a full time student and make about $1500 a month from disability and cannot afford a house on my own. I’m living out of a van at the moment. I’m wondering if he’s obligated to support me financially until the divorce is finalized ? He’s in TX active duty navy, im in OK now.
The beneficiary will receive that benefit as those are processed outside of other items. Generally, As a joint owner it is normal to have rights of survivorship which the owner surviving receives the rights/ownership of the property in question. To get more specific answers with your case then...Read more »
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