ive tried haveing her call 911 and refuses her mom is trying to give her drugs to have misscarage she refuses and is beaten for it my mom andi have told her we an give her the help she need but is afraid of wut might happed between her and her mom...
The first thing I would do is to get your girlfriend safe. I would call Child Protective Services in Dallas and explain to them what is going on.See question
I live with my parents (legal guardians) but would like to live with my Aunt in the Witchita, Kansas area. My parents are completely okay with it but I'm not sure if it's completely legal. If not, is there anything I could do about it? Like tempor...
I agree that in order to answer this question, knowing your age is important. Have you ever been convicted of a felony? These types of questions are important to determine if you would be a suitable person (according to the court) to be guardian over your Aunt. Also, what is the purpose of moving in with your aunt? If it is to help take care of her, it might be prudent to look into whether she has an existing Power of Attorney, Healthcare Power of Attorney and HIPAA Authorization. If she does not have these documents or they are more than 5 yrs old, I would suggest updating these documents, if you Aunt is competent. Temporary Guardianship is usually for crisis situations. If your Aunt isn't in a situation which requires immediate action, the regular guardianship process might suffice. Again, more information is really needed in order to fully answer this question.See question
I live in pa. Both my sons are married and have children.
What will happen to the property depends on the language in the Will. If the Will states that the property passes "per stirpes," then if one of your sons predeceased you, the property would pass to his children. If your grandchildren predeceased you, the property would pass to your great-grandchildren, and so on. If the Will states the property passes "per capita", then if your son predeceases you, the property will pass to your other living children. Your Will could have a provision that if a beneficiary is unable to take the property, the property will pass to your heirs at law. This question is hard to answer without seeing the Will. But, I hope this helps!See question
one died in 1967 grandfather , grandmother died in 1981 trying to settle parents estate
If someone went through the probate process for your grandparents on their death, you can search the probate records in the county where the probate was filed. The attorney of record will be listed in the probate file. Often this information is online if you search the county clerk's websiteSee question