Your story was broken up and very hard to follow but the essence of it is that you caught herpes from a gentleman you met from a dating service. You can sue if you can show that he transmitted it to you and that he knew he had it and was reckless in transmitting it. This is also a crime in NC as well. You should speak to a personal injury attorney immediately. Whether it is worth suing or not is another story. The attorney can help you decide this as if this person has no money or assets, you...
If he is of sound mind, he can sign a power of attorney to you. If he is not, then the only way to do this is to file a guardianship action in Court. That will require the assistance of an attorney familiar with guardianship actions. Elder law attorneys are a good place to start.
There are no magic cases. At the end of the day, you should just be up front and clear with what you want and ask direct questions.
1. How long have you practiced?
2. How many custody/divorce matters have you handled?
3. What was your most difficult case?
Keep in mind, the more experienced usually means the most expensive.
It is impossible to tell you what you should settle for with these limited facts. You should consult with a personal injury attorney in your area to make sure you are not shortchanged by the insurance company.
Unfortunately, much more information is needed. It is not unheard of that property left I a will is gone before the person passes.
Unfortunately, unless the sister was not acting properly, there is not much you can do about the business being sold. The point of your grandfather giving her power of attorney was so that she could make transactions without his presence. You can consult with a probate attorney to investigate what happened.
First you need to consult with a bankruptcy attorney. To file to save the home, you fie a Chapter 13 and only one of you need to file...in fact since you are not married, you can't file together. Speak to a bankruptcy attorney ASAP, the loner you delay, the more expensive it gets as you fall farther behind.
You didn't provide any facts or details about what is happening. Attorneys specialize in what they do, so without knowing what the practice area is, no one will chime in. Also, using the question process is not an efficient manner to find an attorney. You should use the Find an attorney tab to handpick an attorney or two for you to consult.
You can't go to jail for simply talking bad to someone...especially if the statements you made were true. If you threatened him or otherwise attempted to commit a crime, that would be another story. Right now, based on what you said, you should be ok. You can report the person who hacked your account to the police for possible prosecution.