I did not find out about this until a letter from the IRS came asking for Back payment of taxes on these accounts. The IRS letters were in my Sons names. These Custodial accounts were set up with a very well known Company, Fidelity Investment. So...
This is something that you need an attorney for. The first thing your attorney would do is ask you to prove the claim. Start compiling records now. If a claim exist for fraud, among other things, find out what assets your sister has to attach as security for a judgment you or your sons expect to obtain. Unless you have security you have little leverage. File suit and seek an attachment on the assets on an emergency basis. Then serve the complaint, prove your case, and recover on the judgment from those assets you attached.
Find an attorney who has done this before.
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My father passed over a year ago & his estate went into probate. He hired a lawyer to handle everything before hand since he was diagnosed with Alzheimer's. When he was still alive his lawyer arraigned for him to hire another lawyer that dealt wit...
The answer to your question depends on a number of factors. Probate records are available online. If you know the name of the county where your dad lived when he passed away you may be able to find the records yourself (if they were filed). Each county maintains different records.
Any competent attorney should be able to determine if the case was actually filed very quick. If it was, you can get a copy of everything. If it was not, you need to find a new attorney and get your money back.
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The client doesn't want to talk to me, so they hired a lawyer to force me to meet to address a legal matter. I told the lawyer that I was willing to talk to their client directly, but not at his lawyer's office, with lawyers present, as they requ...
If you are concerned about talking to their lawyer yourself you should consider hiring your own attorney now.See question
I have a website and for the past couple of years another breeder has false information about my business on her main page of her web page. She is doing the same thing as me and must want to garnish my name since I am more popular. But I need to d...
It depends on whether her use of "false" information is actionable on a claim for misrepresentation or intentional interference claim, among others. There is also a chance this could be an unfair and deceptive practice prohibited under MGL c. 93A. The truth is that based on the brief summary you provided, any attorney lacks sufficient information to give you a meaningful response.
Talk to a business litigation attorney.
I used a debt relief company for some credit card debt. All but this one card has been non pursuant. This law firm has been adamant about collected this debt even though the credit card had charged off my debt. The debt relief company has respond...
First, try to get your money back from the debt settlement company you were using. The options you have are to answer the complaint and defend; consider bankruptcy; or attempt to negotiate the debt with the creditor and try to settle it for less than what was owed.See question
When my case started my lawyer told me he would get rid of my debts and I would only have to pay back a portion of my debts to creditors. I have to pay back 100 percent now because I am overincome and I blame my lawyer. He said its not his fault a...
If your lawyer told you that you could get rid of all of your debt and only pay back a portion, and this was not the case, then s/he gave you unrealistic expectations in order to gain your trust and your business unfairly. Attorney Owens is correct in saying that nobody can guaranty a successful outcome, but one thing that is guaranteed is that you should hear the truth from your lawyer and s/he should not have made that representation before reviewing your assets, income, debts, and expenses.
The good news is that you are in a Chapter 13. My advice would be to seek a second opinion from a different bankruptcy attorney to determine of some other alternative debt relief may be more appropriate than paying a 100% Ch 13 Plan.
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I have my lawyer recorded of him yelling at me for asking questions about my case. I don't know where my case stands or how much my lawyer ask for or even if they settle. I always call him and he give me the run around. He never calls so I won't h...
If you hired an attorney you should have signed a fee agreement and you should have correspondence from the lawyer, even if it is old. Do you have something to prove that you retained the lawyer? Was a case ever filed on your behalf? If so, where?See question
My case was dismissed due to non payment of filing fee. Months later I was able to pay the remaining balance of the filling fee and had to pay a fee to reopen my case. Everything was completed, even the meeting of creditors, all that was pending w...
A hearing is scheduled because someone might be opposed. Any opposition would be submitted to the court before or at the hearing and the hearing may be canceled if no opposition is received by a certain date.See question
Hi I had a claim with target and an attorney was representing me BUT Target claims company called sedgwick offered a settlement and I strongly believe my attorney already received the check and cashed my money for the following reasons: She...
I think insurance companies will send you a written notice that a settlement check was issued to your attorney simultaneously with the issuance of the check. Check your mail for this.See question
My sister and I have inherited a house as tenants in common. She lives in the house and has been paying a small amount of rent. It's not always there and it's not a fair amount. Would rather not sell the house at this time.
No. She has just as much right to be there as you. In the future, if only one of you wants to sell the property, and it is not easily divisible (most are not), then you could explore a petition to partition. At that time, the parties contributions towards the property-related costs and expenses will be examined by the court to determine who is entitled to what. The rent you are currently receiving will be factored in to the analysis along with the fair market value of the use, occupancy, maintenance, and repairs.