The executor will not be able to travel to Texas.
answered on Aug 25, 2021
In ordinary times, yes. However, if the particular court is still doing Zoom hearings due to Covid, then the executor does not need to participate in the hearing in-person. Check with a probate attorney to see how this particular court is operating.
His dad,worth about 2 mill plus property etc is suddenly been moved into his brothers name and is there laws against this. If hes executor, isn't it his responsibility to provide probate details? . My husband is a jr & he was in the will for sure. His brother wont give him a copy of the... Read more »
answered on Nov 26, 2020
A Will has no legal effect until it is submitted for probate. It then becomes a public document. Check with the local probate court. If the Will has not been submitted for probate, hire a local probate lawyer to review the "deeds" and file an application to determine heirship and... Read more »
house. Dad purchased house for son & daughters, son was supposed to pay on it for 10 years then get a note to pay it off in his own name. He got sick about the time the note was due. So we know the house should default back to his dad. Question, can his dad take actions to put locks on the... Read more »
answered on May 28, 2020
You need to see if there was a written contract. There are many other questions that need to be answered. Check with the county clerk to see if they have a copy of the will. Sometimes a copy of the will can be found in a safe deposit box at the bank. If you know of the attorney who prepared the... Read more »
I’m on Misdemaenor, family assault, deferred probation. All my fines and fees are paid off, I’ve passed every UA, community service done. My probation ends in September, that’ll be my year. I was suppose to start NIPV classes on March 24th but they were canceled due to COVID19. I just got off... Read more »
answered on May 12, 2020
It wouldn't be the probation officer acting on their own authority, it would be something ordered by the for failing to complete the required terms. That means you could hire an attorney to argue your case but it might be less expensive to find an alternative.
For example, if the... Read more »
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