I am the person's granddaughter but what happened was the property was in my grandmother's name she had dementia back in 2018 or 19 and my uncle came and had her sign the property to him I was told all my life that I would inherit my portion of the property up until last year and then my... View More
We were separated and I don't know if he even had a will. I need help. I know he had inherited money and had bought a house. Need video conferencing or phone conferencing. I cannot come to an office due to my health.
Attorneys in this forum are not allowed to "solicit" clients. An attorney cannot respond with an answer like "I can help". YOU need to contact the attorney. Click on "Find a Lawyer" in the upper right hand corner of this page and then search for a probate attorney in your area.
My father passed away recently. He signed a will on his deathbed naming 4 family heirs with the executor as my brother, who has already decided to sell the house despite my protest and sentimental attachment. I offered to buy out his shares and he was not interested. He's also convinced my... View More
My mother has dementia, we are doing paperwork while she is still mentally here but no money for an attorney. Will, living will, dual power of attorney. I know we can file at the court house, we just wanna make sure we have the paperwork done right.
You should consult with an attorney. If your mother has dementia, she may not have capacity to execute the documents. You may need to pursue a guardianship. You should consult with an elder law attorney.
My father was a veteran that had live in nurse aid. None of our family knew this person other than me searching her criminal records. She let him get dehydrated for 5 days which shut his organs down. She was reported to DSS.Not one person has gotten back with family on that. He then went in Oconee... View More
A South Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I hope your mother is okay. An attorney would need to know more details to offer you meaningful guidance. You could reach out to law firms to discuss. If they felt there could be grounds for a case based on...View More
I am currently rep of payee of my 64 year old mother's disability. Now she will not let me in her home & will barely speak to me because of diff of opinions. Should I stop being rep for my legal responsibility or how responsible for her am I?
As a representative payee of your mother's Social Security disability, you have a lot of responsibility. You are responsible for managing your mother's benefit payments in a way that is in her best interests. You must follow Social Security law and use her disability payments for your...View More
I am very sorry to hear of your loss. I agree with the other answer but I also wanted to share that you need to find an attorney as soon as you can, after doing your due diligence. You are going to need to subpoena a lot of documents and talk to the witnesses and get their deposition before their...View More
She received "postal money orders for 3k, she was to cash and send $300.00 keep the balance. She recently sent $200.00 towards $2500.00 needed to release funds of 80k held in ApexCreditUnion.US. I'd like to find someone to help her.
Who is the executor of the will? The will is in my sister's hands but she won't open it. Or says she cannot. How do we find out who the executor is? Her name is on the checking account and she is being very sneaky holding back on information.
Read the Will. I don’t practice in your state. But states allow an interested person to file a probate and require the production of the will.
See an attorney in your state.
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