Co guardian illegally gave my kids back to me and her attorney and my attorney signed off and agreed for me to have them well the Gal is opossing and calling dcf and the police to a hearing and told me to take my kids back to the Co guardian until...
Retain a guardianship attorney. This is too important for your children to try to do this on your own.See question
Need it court signed without going to court
Sorry - you need to go to court to obtain an Order; and before you get an Order, you have to jump through all of the hoops of Texas guardianship law. Please consult a guardianship attorney.See question
My relative currently live in China. He asked me to setup a living trust in California for him. Can I setup a Name " John Wong Trust" and the grantor and trustee is not John Wong ? He wanted me to be the grantor and trustee of John Wong Trust. ...
Please consult and estate planning attorney and provide him/her with all of the information. This is an unusual request from your relative. Make sure that you are protected.See question
the estate, who, if anyone, is responsible for payment? What if there is no money left?
Each beneficiary should have signed a release that incorporated repayment in a case like this. If the executor did not have them sign, it appears that he/she will be responsible for payment. Each beneficiary should pay a pro rated share of the new expense. Executor should consult the estate attorney for particulars.See question
My grandmother died four years ago in her will she left her house and nine acres of land to her four children my mom and her three brothers well my mom died last year and so on my grandmas will states if that happens then my moms portion goes to m...
Your grandmother's will does not control who gets the house and land. Since your mother was alive at the time of Grandmother's death, mother & 3 brothers own the house & land. Mother's will controls who gets her share. Please see a probate attorney. You need to open an estate for your mother.See question
I have one son and he is the beneficiary of everything I have. There is no one else to leave anything. How can a will be written up to show this?
I suggest that you contact a local estate planning attorney to prepare the Will so that it is prepared and executed properly to express your wishes. You do neet an executor, but it could be your son.See question
The house is in my name with mother having life time interest. My brother has changed the locks so I do not have access, is this legal to keep me out so I can not do repairs? She has not lived in the house for 2 yrs. Siblings are upset that she...
You cannot be kept out of your house by your siblings. If your brother was taking care of the house for your mother at her request, he could have access. She still has a life estate - but someone needs to keep the house in good repair. It appears that there are family dynamics at work here and we do not know all of the facts. I suggest that you consult with a real estate or estate planning attorney for the best way to proceed.See question
The trustee of a 70 year old patient attempted to stop me from visiting from that patient. There is a law that protects the 70 year from being isolated due to his age. But would that law also apply to me at age 62? I want to sue this guy and n...
There is no age cutoff. Some people appear "elderly" at 40 because of early onset dementia, while others with no medical/mental problems are fine at 100. You have standing - but, chances of winning a case like this are slim.See question