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Darrell Brinnett Reynolds

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  • I'm only heir

    Can I force executor to close estate its been 3 years if so what paperwork n where to get paperwork

    Darrell’s Answer

    Once everything is done in the probate process of the estate, then the estate can be closed. It is the responsibility of the executor to make sure everything is done. It does not matter how many heirs there maybe. It would depend on how complex the estate may be.

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  • Questioning

    If you have a witness that can prove that you were with them at the time of a crime you are getting accused of, can they still take you to jail?

    Darrell’s Answer

    The short answer to your question is yes you can still be charged and arrested. Retain an attorney.

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  • I hurt my back at work. Now I am on workers comp. The doctor said light duty. I cant work because of the pain. Do I have a case?

    I have been going to doctor and therapy appointment. Pain is not going away. Doctor has me on light duty. I trid to work light duty but the pain is unbearable. I not getting paid and my family are suffering with lost of income. Want to find out ...

    Darrell’s Answer

    You need to retain an attorney at once. You will not be treated fairly if an attorney is not involved.

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  • My husband died without a will in state of Georgia, husband quit claim house into my name which I'm spouse now son filed to be

    administrator of deceased husband estate. The property is negative in equity can he still get a portion of house even if it's not paid for. And can I request that he start splitting house payment since he wants part of house.

    Darrell’s Answer

    It would be in your best interest to sit down and discuss the probate process with an attorney. The house may not be a part of your husband estate, therefore not subject to probate.

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  • How long can can my husband be in jail without any courtdates before they have to just dismiss the case?

    My husband has been in Cobb county jail about 14 months he is sapose to go to court every 90days for bond hearing no bond hearing for over 7 months and they keep dry running him he put in motion for speedy trial back in December and still no trial...

    Darrell’s Answer

    You need to retain an attorney for your husband. If he has an attorney, then you need to consult with that attorney.

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  • I was served this morning. I have 21 days to answer and I have no means to afford an attorney. What are my options?

    I am being accused of participating in and contributing to the sale of counterfeit merchandise. I work for the owners of a mall. There are several defendants including the owners of the property, my husband and myself. Are there pro bono attorneys...

    Darrell’s Answer

    Just like you,, attorneys work to put food on their tables for their family. Like you, attorneys require that they are paid for the work they do.

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  • Will the judge put me in jail if I come to my second arraignment without a lawyer?

    I was told today by an Atlanta attorney that if I do not come to court with an attorney, that the judge may put me in jail. I do not qualify for a public defender and I have no way to come up with $10,000 or more to retain a criminal defense attor...

    Darrell’s Answer

    It is highly unlikely that the judge will put you in jail because you do not have an attorney. However, if the judge issued an order and you violated that order, you could be held in contempt. It you be in your best interest to retain an attorney.

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  • My siblings and I are requesting a copy of our grandmothers last will and testament even though our father was the executor.

    All grandchildren were given huge sums of money and the estate was worth 7 million dollars, but we were told that we were given nothing. We do not talk to our parents and are convinced they are hiding our inheritance from us and want to see the ...

    Darrell’s Answer

    You need to sit down with an attorney so that the entire picture can be reviewed.

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  • My daughter's arraignment is tomorrow. If she pleads guilty first offenders will she get sentenced?

    My daughter has been incarcerated 92 days. She has 10 theft by receiving stolen property felonies. She has never been in trouble before. She has a court appointed attorney but has not reviewed the case with him yet. After she talks with him and d...

    Darrell’s Answer

    If she plead guilty, then she will be sentented then.

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  • After 1.5 years, my ex refuses to let me get my name off the house that he was awarded in the divorce. Why? What can I do?

    Officially divorced 1.5 yrs now. Since I could not afford the family home, the children & I had to move out to a townhome. He stays in the home & his affair partner moved in. He refuses to let me get my name off the house & will not tell me w...

    Darrell’s Answer

    Since you did not say that he was court ordered to do so, then if that is the case, he does not have to. Things like happen when couples are divorce and are not represented by experience attorneys or not represented at all. This is a good example why you needed an attorney.

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