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1 Answer | Asked in Estate Planning, Family Law, Civil Rights and Probate for South Carolina on
Q: Ok I'm 28 yrs old and have lived with my gparents since 2001 when my mom got murderedyour Gmail wasy conservator N

As they got old my grandparents asked if I would quit my job to care for them for the remainder of their life's of which I did my uncle thats the only son out of 3 kids they had hasn't never done anything but been a drunk for them and we'll my question is since my grandma redone her... Read more »

Kenneth V Zichi
Kenneth V Zichi
answered on Feb 24, 2017

I am sorry to hear of your loss and the hard time you're having. Unfortunately, the ONLY way to transfer land is by a written instrument.

If there is no deed or will leaving real estate to you, you are unlikely to prevail absent some REALLY unusual circumstances. You might want to...
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Q: Can we sue the county probation department for false arrest?

In 2004 my husband was a police officer in NJ and he was found guilty of theft. (Long story, but it was political in nature.) He was put on probation and ordered to pay restitution.

In 2009 we moved to NC and his probation was transferred here. In 2014, his probation ended. He continued... Read more »

Robert Jason De Groot
Robert Jason De Groot
answered on Aug 31, 2015

I doubt it, but go see an attorney to learn more.

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Q: What to do for being wrongfully Attrested

Got charged for drugs I didn't have that was in cop car when I been searched on camera

Andrew "Andy" Potter
Andrew "Andy" Potter
answered on May 6, 2015

Is there still a charge pending against you? If so, you cannot sue for being wrongfully arrested until the charges are either dismissed or you are acquitted at trial. Even then, you may have a difficult time making a case that you were wrongfully arrested. You need to hire an experienced... Read more »

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Q: Is the questioning of a suspect in the presence of their supervisor, who is the accuser, a civil rights issue?

A person is mirandized and questioned by a criminal investigator in the presence of the suspects supervisors who are the accusers as well as a witness against the suspect. Is there a violation of Constitutional rights?

Andrew "Andy" Potter
Andrew "Andy" Potter
answered on May 6, 2015

No. Based upon what you asked, no. However, it never helps to talk with the police without an attorney. You need to hire an attorney immediately so he or she can protect your interests.

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