A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. One of the issues, among other possible ones, is proper placarding for fuels, whether diesel or gasoline. You could reach out to state agencies that handle transportation, environmental protection, fire & safety,...View More
It sounds like you have a life estate. Life tenants must maintain the house, which should include an insurance policy to protect the remaindermen in the event that the house is damaged. If there was a fire, for example, you'd be responsible to pay for the damages. An insurance policy is cheaper.
My father is horrible. I am 16 years old, my mom passed when i was 10. I love my father i have to, but i cannot stand his verbal abuse. He does so much for me, but i am breaking as a person everyday. I have a sister who is financially stable and she would let me come over anytime. I just don’t... View More
I was in a similar situation, and got a job so that I could spend as little time in my father's house as possible. It sucks, but I think you're stuck for 2 more years. The good news is that by that time, you can save some...View More
A VP has virtually no power under the constitution (except to break ties in the Senate) and is mainly there in case something happens to the president. The VP's only constitutional jobs are 1) become president if there is no longer a president, 2) preside over the Senate (which will be done by...View More
If you don't know of a will, and no will has been filed for probate, then your father's estate will pass by the rules of intestate succession. Here's a link to a chart that explains it. https://texaslawhelp.org/sites/default/files/texas_descent_and_distribution_chart.pdf...View More
I do not know the answer but the first thing I would research is the investigation relating to the "Declaration of Intent" that all law school students must pass to become an attorney in Texas. The investigation decides whether or not you are mentally and morally fit to become an...View More
It is certainly possible to get a lien against the property you loaned money to purchase, but you have to have the correct paperwork completed at the time of the loan. Think of a car loan - there's a note, and security agreement, and the lien is noted on the title. There are different ways...View More
Without reviewing the contract, it's hard to say for sure, but I suspect that if you do nothing, they may sell the boat. You could call them and see what arrangements you can make with them to simplify that process.
The answer depends on the circumstances. For example, if you borrow someone's bike, leave it unsecured on your property, and it gets stolen, yes, I think you're responsible. If someone leaves their bike unsecured on your property, you're not responsible.
Just came and took the truck they bought a couple years ago and had no proof she hasnt got to hear the will read or got a copy of it but they said there lawyer told them to come take the truck is this legal ? And since she didnt fight them when they showed up does this meen she forfited the truck... View More
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