Mother is incompetent and when will was drawn up, she was not. Need to change executor of estate to a family member and get bank's involvement removed from said accounts. There were no provisions made for daughter Judith to execute the will and ...
The previous two attorneys are correct that only a testator (one who makes a will) can change their own estate planning and they must be legally competent to do so of their own free will. You probably have good intentions to protect your mother, but you should be careful not to exercise your powers as trustee or power of attorney for finances to your own financial benefit or the benefit of your children or grandchildren. This is not appropriate and could even subject you to criminal prosecution in certain circumstances. I recommend that you hire a local attorney to advise you on how to fulfill your fiduciary duties and also your rights as an interested party and/or beneficiary.See question
I signed a 9 month lease 5 years ago. i was not asked to sign a new one even when my building was bought by someone else. the original lease said 60 day notice. also there are a lot of things wrong with my place and my landlord wont fix anything.
If the original 9 month lease does not have an automatic renewal clause, then you have to give 28 days written notice before the beginning of the next rental period. This means that you could not give notice today for termination on 11/1, but you could give notice today for termination on 12/1 (assuming that your rental periods started on the 1st of each month). Be sure to keep a copy of the notice that you deliver to your landlord.
If the original 9 month lease does have an automatic annual renewal clause, then you may have to wait until the end of the this 9 month term to legally terminate. In this case, be sure to give at least 60 days written notice of your intent to not renew the lease.See question
I was told by someone in the probate office that just because someone names a person in their will to be their personal representative doesn't necessarily make the person the rep. Can I get some clarification on this? Is what I was told true? If s...
The person that you appointed as personal representative can also decline to act. This means that they do not accept the duties that you assigned to them and agree to be bound by the requirements of the probate court. The register in probate may also have been telling you that once you pass away, the person that you appointed as personal presentative must file certain documents with the court before they are "officially" recognized as personal representative. These are fine distinctions, but may have been what she was attempting to say to you. Best of luck!See question
I am going through probate for my fathers estate. My father had 3 children. All heirs. My sister is the personal representative. She purchased my dads home during probate and has already taken occupancy.
Yes, most likely. As long as she paid fair market value and title has transferred, she has the same right of occupancy as any other purchaser.See question
I am going through probate for my fathers estate. My father had 3 children. All heirs. My sister is the personal representative. She is not keeping my brother and I informed of how things are proceeding. We are trying to understand all the ins and...
State law provides that all probates must be closed within 18 months unless there is good cause that they need to be kept open longer such as to sell a business, sell real estate, deal with creditors, or file necessary income tax returns. Some counties have tighter restrictions and require estates to be closed within 12 months unless there is good cause. You can call the Register in Probate in the County where your father's estate is being probated and ask him or her the deadline. You could also search your father's name on the Wisconsin Circuit Court Access Program and the deadlines will be listed in the case details at http://wcca.wicourts.gov/simpleCaseSearch.xsl;jsessionid=8D20C1868DF564C3E56194A8E905D34C.render6?. Finally, you can find more information on this topic and probate in general at http://www.wisbar.org/forpublic/ineedinformation/pages/probate.aspx
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WE HAVE A BYLAW THAT LIMITS OWNERS TO ONE DOG THAT MUST MEET SIZE GUIDELINES. ONE OWNER HAS 2 DOGS. ONE OF THEM IS A BITER. SHE GOT THE SECOND DOG ABOUT 6-7 MONTHS AGO.WE SENT HER A LETTER GIVING HER AMPLE TIME TO FIND A HOME FOR THE DOG. BUT WHAT...
You can file for an injunction for a court order that will require her to get rid of the second dog or face contempt penalties. You will need a local attorney.See question
I got hired at a restaurant in february. I told my boss that I had aspergers syndrome during my interview. He hired me three days later as a cook making 8.75 per hour. A couple weeks ago my co-workers got into an argument. I got scared and started...
He cannot discriminate against you based on what could be characterized as a disability. You can call the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development Equal Rights Division. The website is https://dwd.wisconsin.gov/er/equal_rights_division/contacts_all.htm and the phone number is 608-266-6860. The sooner you make a complaint, the better. I know from experience that the employers in Wisconsin Dells can be quite ruthless at times. Don't be afraid to call to explore your rights.See question
y attorney, and I have a dispute with the city
The attorney could not represent you in a dispute with the city, but could continue to represent you in your family law case provided that the city was not part of the family law case (and why would it be). If your question is can the attorney act on behalf of the city in its dispute with you, the answer is maybe. Although the attorney had represented you in the past in a family law action, he or she can take other cases against you provided that the attorney did not learn inside information about you while representing you that would give him or her an advantage against you in the city dispute. Best of luck!See question
he is now filing criminal damage for cutting his cable, am I liable for it ?? What about the damage to my tree??
In all liklihood, he is not actually going to file any type of suit against you for a dog cable. The cost of filing a small claims suit is at least $96.50 and he can replace the cable for less. Just hold your ground and try to remain calm.See question