There are different immigration options through which an individual can apply to live in the United States. From the information you provided, It cannot be determined if any of the options would be applicable to you.
I would suggest speaking with an immigration attorney, explain the...Read more »
As long as the principal (the person who created the Health Care Power of Attorney "HCPOA") is mentally competent, and is not currently incapacitated as is defined in the document, they are free to execute a new HCPOA, and name a new Agent to act for them in the event of their incapacity, at any...Read more »
If your Mom is married to the person in question, the community spouse can remain in the home, while the other spouse (called the institutionalized spouse) applies for Medicaid. This would allow the community spouse to continue living in the house until their death, after which the State of...Read more »
The old Will was likely revoked when they executed the new Will. You can only have one Will at a time, so when you execute a new Will you usually include specific language revoking the old Will. The other way to revoke a Will is by physically destroying it. It is possible your parents shredded or...Read more »
My sister is irrational and wants to take care of my mom herself and now she went to the memory care and call the cops and they let her in and told me she can visit regardless and even take her out of there even though my mom is incapacitated
The answer to this question may depend on whether you are the Agent for your Mom under a Financial Power of Attorney or the the Agent under a Health Care Power of Attorney document. The Health Care Power of Attorney document is designed to designate an agent to take care of someone's physical and...Read more »
Hello, the recording fee for recording a Quit Claim Deed is $30 payable to the Register of Deeds in the County where the property is located. If this is a sale from the children to the parent, then a transfer tax by the State of Wisconsin will be assessed on the value of the real estate...Read more »
Hello, I am sorry to hear about your situation. This sounds like a situation where perhaps your Mother was receiving Medicaid assistance to pay for her long-term care? There are not enough details here to answer your question fully, but if your Mother left you 50% of her home in her Will (let's...Read more »
I've had this policy for about the past 12 years. There is a short term policy which is in effect currently. I'm asking for my brother who is currently in a nursing come and may not be able to return to his apartment where he lives by himself more than 500 mile from me. He is 67 and has social... Read more »
It is likely that the long term care insurance policy covers an assisted living facility, because assisted living facilities generally cost less than nursing homes. However, you should check the details of your policy to be sure. Each long term care insurance policy can be different and will be...Read more »
Since Mother has Alzheimer's, she should have a financial power of attorney (would need to have been signed prior to the Alzheimer's diagnosis) or a guardian appointed by the courts (if no power of attorney). The person in charge of Mother's money (Power of Attorney or Guardian) should be the...Read more »
I am not certain as to what your question is and what you are trying to do for your aunt if anything. I would have to guess that you are trying to either manage your auntie's finances and or determine what they might be and or any other issue regarding your auntie's wellbeing in so far as it...Read more »
In her will it states how much I paid towards the HP/escrow(x) throughout the years. It also states If any remaining mortgages & property expenses due (Y)and owing on my residences exceed the amount of kelly's purchase price after the credit is given. then her purchase price shall be increased in... Read more »
If I understand correctly you have a land contract where you are BUYING your mother's house for x dollars, but there is a mortgage against it in your mother's name for y dollars. The question is not whether X plus Y > value of the house. It is whether or not...Read more »
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