How can he be compelled to complete his duties as executor, or how can he be removed. 11 siblings, including the executor, are beneficiaries. It's been 8 years. How can we get him to close out the will and pay all monies due or failing that, how d...
There are procedural devices available to you in the form of various petitions. Speak with a local estates attorney regarding settling the estate account and/or executor removal.See question
The dealer is gone, told papers were destroyed in flooding. There is no NYS record on file. Also, her significant other has life use of it.
Consult with a local wills/estates attorney.See question
My aunt and I rent a house in Long Island, NY. Our landlord lives in Florida. The landlord has not been paying the mortgage at least since we moved in in November 2013, but we have been paying our rent consistently. Wells Fargo sent legal document...
Yes, speak with an attorney. The property may not be the landlord's to rent anymore after the case is over.See question
Can i still be charged/arrested for trespassing after the fact?
Probably not. Chances are that you would have been arrested on the spot if the officer already had probable cause at the time. Hopefully they do not find out that you damaged any property while trespassing or they may contact you.See question
I received a summons for a mortgage being foreclosed on a house that belonged to my deceased cousin who died without a will. I have had no contact with him for 50+ years. I have no interest in his house which is being foreclosed on. The server ...
Your best bet is to seek a short consultation with a local attorney and show him/her the Summons just to make sure that you are not liable for anything.See question
I had an agreement with someone and they are not keeping there end
It could be under the right circumstances.See question
I got her friend to sign and notarize the Affidavit of Service, I want to know if she still needs to sign the Affidavit of Defendant for me to continue with the divorce?
Most likely yes. It depends whether there are contested issues or not.See question
I am a tenant; my question pertains to eviction proceedings.
Generally yes, under New York law, if that same person serves process more than 5 times in a calendar year then he/she must be certified.See question
Charges were flat out dismissed, with no adverse adjudication. I want them expunged, but don't know if NYS allows expungement. If they do, how would I go about getting that done? Also, how much will this process cost, or can I do it myself?
Unfortunately there is no expungement in New York.See question