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Howard Robert Roitman

Howard Roitman’s Answers

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  • Small Estate procedure in Clark County, Nevada.

    Howard’s Answer

    You do not need to open a probate in these circumstances, this can be done by affidavit.

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  • My son was pushed off a bed at a party and broke his elbow. Does the liability fall on the son's mom or the parents of the party

    Howard’s Answer

    Talk to the parents. it really is not possible to deal with the child in any event, regardless of who has legal liability. If it comes to an impasse see a personal injury lawyer.

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  • MY car is under the family trust and what if I drove the car to where the grantor doesnt want me. its my car, I am the driver an

    Howard’s Answer

    If the trust owns the car the trust owns the car and it is not yours. If the trustee reports the car stolen, the police will treat it as stolen. Work the situation out with the trustee, you don't want to end up in police custody because of a misunderstanding.

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  • Is it possible to sue AXE?

    Howard’s Answer

    No. Unless you have been harmed there is no basis for a lawsuit.

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  • Do I can sue that reastrant?

    Howard’s Answer

    Yes, but be serious. Unless you are seeing a medical professional of a philologist because of what happened it is not likely to be worth taking any legal action.

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  • Can a students parent sue another students parent for medical bills resulting from an accident?

    Howard’s Answer

    The answer is yes, parents in NV have, limited liability for the intentional torts of their children.

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  • Can my insurance demand my Attorney's Cellular Phone Log?

    Howard’s Answer

    As a practical matter probably not, it is unlikely the insurance company is going to pay you with out what they are looking for. If the matter becomes a law suit your boss is certainly going to hear about it when discovery is sent.

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  • Wills

    Howard’s Answer

    Your next of ken would be entitled to your property. Given what you describe your mom is likely your next of kin. You might want to talk to someone, it just sounds like you need someone to talk to in general.

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  • Personal injury question

    Howard’s Answer

    The other lawyers who have answered have described it well.

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  • How can I probate an estate from 1999?

    Howard’s Answer

    First contact the Treasurer. As a surviving spouse the Treasurer might require nothing more from you than a death certificate to give you the money. If more is required see a KY probate attorney.

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