When do POA and guardianship end in TX? An unreliable family member had these documents. The ward just passed away. Does the will go into effect now? How long does guardianship last if ward dead?
A POA terminates on death. A guardian cannot act after death. A guardian must file an accounting and other documents to be disdharged as guardian and to turn any guardianship assets over to the estate of the deceased.See question
My ex and I have a daughter who is in Miami-Dade county, FL. She had served me with petition for guardianship of minor/property. How do I respond to this as I do not want her to have sole guardianship, as to make decisions of taking her out of the...
Please consult a guardianship attorney ASAP to assist you!See question
I just had my license reinstated and the DMV gave me a learners permit until I take the road test again. Can I finance a vehicle through a dealership and also insure it?
Probably not - but ask the dealership.See question
My mother remarried, my stepdad adopted me now my biological father is old and needs help, if he becomes ill will I be able to make decisions about anything & can I be held responsible for his debts.
You need a Durable Power of Attorney and Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care in order to make decisions for the benefit of your father. You will not be held responsible for his debts. Please see an attorney to have the proper POAs drafted. I wish you and your father well.See question
I've become very concerned with how my current guardian has been acting towards me because she's become negligent and very easily agitated. I was wondering if the courts could get me living on my own. I'd like to receive the current social securi...
We do not know enoough factd to answer this appropriately. We do not know why a guardian was appointed in the first place. You may be able to have your guardian removed - but chances are the court will appoint someone else to assume the guardian's position.See question
My wife and I are purchasing a home and we want to make sure that we won't have to sell it to satisfy a judgment in the event that one or both of us gets sued for something. I'm an architect with my own small firm and I know that the LLC doesn't ...
I suggest that you contact an estate planning attorney to review your estate plan and advise you. For your home, you probably should purchase it as husband and wife - joint tenants with right of survivorship. The irrevocable trust will not protect the property and an LLC should not be necessary to protect jointly owned property. Please consult a local estate planning attorney.See question
I received approx $7,000 Now in 2015 he has informed me that he is going to probate the will and that my mother left everything to brothers and nothing to me. He says I have to return the money My mothers bills have been paid and there is not oth...
I do not understand how your brother accessed assets without Leters of Administration (issued by Probate Court). I suggest that you consult a probate attorney - provide all of the facts to him or her. This is an unusual sitution. Good luck.See question
My husband and I own a city lot and would like to add daughter and husband to the deed to insure it would pass upon death. We want to avoid probate for them or even for ourselves if one dies before the other.
Please consult a real estate attorney who can prepare the appropriate deed.See question
On a probate case where the lawyer did not consider paternal heirs until one year later. How long does it take after the form is filed?
First, you need an attorney. You cannot represent yourself in a FL probate Then, your attorney will file the appropriate motion.See question
I have requested a final accounting but am being denied by the PR. The waiver form item a) stated I am entitled to receive a final accounting. How do I go about getting one?
If you signed a waiver, you probably cannot get an accounting because you waived the accounting.See question