Do it as tenants in common, and do an agreement regarding distribution on sale of the property because, until tne loan is paid in full that is the daughter's responsibility to pay off. Putting the property of M & D in a revocable trust, with the trust as beneficiary would also be a good idea, so there is no need for probate on the death of the first spouse. See a good estate planning attorney, don't just go out and buy a trust.
No there is not. The US trustee oversees everything in Bankruptcy but cannot really help an individual unless you can help them with information that will develop assets for liquidation. No harm in calling them. You could go to the office of an attorney and tell them what you are looking for most bankruptcy attorneys could pull the file.
To answer your wage claim question you will probably be sent a notice by the court to file a proof of claim. If this is a chapter 7 don't file a proof of...
The trustee can withhold money for legal fees, but not to coerse you into doing something. It appears that your trustee may be violating his fiduciary duties to you as a beneficiary. Seek the advice of counsel on how to have him removed as trustee.
Yes you can file without your spouse, and your spouse will get the benefit of your discharge to the extent that the debts were "community claims." As to the cars and Trailer that depends on their value and whether you may claim an exemption for these assets. You will need to speak with a competent consumer bankruptcy attorney, as Bankruptcy court proceedings can be complex, and your trustee should youi file has the job of liquidating your non-exempt assets for the benefit of all yur creditors.
YOU NEED AN ATTORNEY. Is the 11 still proceeding? If it is you need to handle the United States Trustee, The Court and other creditors. If the 11 is no longer proceeding was it converted to a Chapter 7 or dismissed. Unfortunately in this case there are many fairly obvious as well as subtle issues which you could rip over. With out counsel, I do not beliee you will achieve your goal of land ownership.
If all you are doing is going into a store and purchasing up a sealed bottle of an alcoholic beverage and delivering it to a customer who is 21 years old or older, there should be no problem. The real rub as I see it is, now you are going to have to make certain that everyone who receives a bottle of alcohol is legally eligble to do so. I am also assumimg that you are not charging a markup merely a delivery charge. From a business standpoint I might hold back on including alcohol in the...
Contact the Taxpayer Advocate at the IRS. They should be able to help you correct this matter. If they cannot, an Enrolled Agent or Taxpreparer may be able to help you. If all eles fails, contact your congressman and if that doesn't work, you will need to hire a Tax attorney; however, with the proof you have it should be done at the first level.