Then he died intestate and the state will distribute his assets according to the state's laws of distribution. Surviving spouse MAY or MAY not take all or some depending on other factors (kids from first marriage, kids from any subsequent marriages).
You will need to see a CT attorney to get specific answers to your unique situation.
A contract does not need legalese to be valid or enforceable in a court. You can call it a 'contract', an 'agreement'--any title--As a general rule, a contract simply requires a meeting of the minds (agreement) with specific terms (price, dates, promise of performance, in return for, etc.) , between two (or more) individuals where a benefit (consideration) is exchanged. Sounds like you have been 'freelancing' contracts all the time. Sometimes even a string of emails can be cobbled into a...
Recommend you have a closed door heart to heart with your command first sgt., your base Chaplain, your company commander and your XO immediately. They have an interest in helping you identify the gaps between what you want and what you are getting, physically, emotionally,and personally. They have access
to the tools, people, and resources to support
you. They have the experience and skill sets to
Help you. Most importantly, you're NOT the first Soldier they have dealt with who is in...
DO NOT again go online with any of your case facts.
IMMEDIATELY contact a DUI attorney in Fayetteville.
IMMEDIATELY see the legal service office and speak to TDS.
No it is not double jeopardy
DO NOT discuss the matter with anyone but your attorney.