Over 5 years ago I sent a letter of dispute to a collection agency on the amount owed and showed proof of the amount I owed. The agency did not respond for 3 months. Then I was called about paying it in which I stated they did not contact me in 30 days and that I proved what I owed and was will to... Read more »
A South Dakota attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks, and time is of the essence in your actions. One possibility is that the first agency contacted your attorney and was not able to come to an agreement, or another possibility is that they did not contact your...Read more »
When an initial trustee passes, the successor trustee who is next in line automatically succeeds to the role. If there is no successor trustee, then look to see if the trust has a trust protector who can appoint someone to fill the role. Or sometimes the trust allows the income beneficiaries or...Read more »
A South Dakota attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a GENERAL matter nationwide, medical liens are not waived by operation of law. They COULD be waived at the discretion of the lienholder. For public agency liens such as Medicaid liens related to treatment in...Read more »
You will need to make a claim against the estate to complete the contract. If nobody opens a probate in a timely fashion, you can hire an attorney to open one yourself. You should talk to a probate attorney right away as this all takes some time and will, unfortunately, delay your closing, so the...Read more »
So I went to the nursing home where my grandma was staying cause my mom got a call from the hospital saying my grandma was in the hospital and she needed her c-pap machine so I drove to Mitchell SD and got to firesteel and they told me they couldn't find it that her room was empty and that... Read more »
A South Dakota attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Some things aren't fully clear from the description, but the bottom line seems to be that you had a real ordeal and runaround in trying to arrange an oxygen machine for your grandmother, and to compound...Read more »
My daughters view was obstructed by vehicles parked illegally at intersection. She slowly proceeded into intersection for a clear view to her right. Didn't see vehicle so continued thru and got t-boned by driver heading west. She was heading north and was nearly thru before getting hit. Both... Read more »
Your question is a classic comparative fault question. First, your daughter who was the passenger may have a claim against her sister (collectable from her liability insurance) and the other driver. You should talk with an attorney about her rights.
For Improper lane change (m2) but with a $0.00 charge but with the fact that I have to show up in court. Do I have to be worried about time in jail or a misdemeanor? I was checking my lanes and didn’t see the other car anywhere before trying to switch lanes.
A South Dakota attorney would be able to respond in the best manner. As a general matter in virtually all jurisdictions, minor traffic violations are not treated as criminal offenses. If you haven't already by now, see if a South Dakota traffic ticket attorney would offer you a free initial...Read more »
I came to the marriage with 2 children. We had 2 more. My husband wants them to be equal beneficiaries, but the online will we used just says "References in the Will to my "children" shall refer to all children of mine whether born or adopted subsequent to the date of this will.... Read more »
A fire would not be a forseeable event. If you have collision run it through that and let the insurance go after that. However your lease ususally says that ploughing is on them, and if you can make a case that the fire was somehow due to their not ploughing it, make a claim for it..
You can't get the warrant withdrawn all by yourself. Call you attorney and approach in court with him to explain yourself. Expect to be drug and alcohol tested, so be clean. Also bring a death certificate and maybe the funeral information for the Judge. Sorry for your loss.
It looks like it might be a Supreme Court case. Look it up and you should see the names of the justices (don't call them jurors in the paper you submit to your professor - you mention a jury that voted in a 7-2 decision; those are justices, not jurors. Court decisions don't list jurors)....Read more »
My father was born in Norway. He later moved to the South Dakota and acquired dual citizenship. He died in South Dakota in 2012. His probate has been finalized since then. Not sure how or if that correlates with Norway? We have a mess to deal with as he still has we found out he still has real... Read more »
A probate needs to be opened in every jurisdiction in which the decedent owned property. The jurisdiction where the decedent lived just before he passed away is the main probate and the others are called ancillary probate. That is one reason why trust based estate planning is superior to Will based...Read more »
He is his only surviving son and has been cooperating with the attorneys whom contacted him about the lawsuit and has done everything the attorneys has asked him to do the lawyers need medical records what can my husband do to get control of his father's estate we live in new Mexico
Can a HOA board member put dog poop on your door step? Can a HOA board member have get togethers next door and allow their children and friends in your yard, driveway and behind your garage whenever you are gone? Can a HOA board members husband dig underground dog fence and its dug on your property... Read more »
Spouse and I are physically separated but legally married. We share custody of two minor children. She lives in a rented apartment and I remain in the house we purchased jointly - the house where my children spend the majority of their days and nights. She just informed me of her intent to file for... Read more »
This is an interesting question and I feel like I need a lot more information to really answer. To be honest, this sounds like a very typical scam that I deal with all too often. If you have questions about this transaction and want to discuss, I'd be happy to. You can also access an article I...Read more »
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