How can I get it remove it by having the court vacate the judgement?
There must be a basis to vacate the judgment. Was it a default judgment and were you not properly served? Even so, after a certain amount of time, you will be unable to remove the judgment.See question
I am using IRS table r-2 but the value seems high. Can someone point me in the right direction and maybe give an example of a calculation?
If you are talking about the value of a joint life estate of two spouses, you should use the multiple value for the younger spouse.See question
My landlord is siding me for back rent. Its 16k and I will not have the money to pay it. Is it then placed on my credit report and if so, how long?
Defend the lawsuit. Raise the perceived cost of the litigation for the landlord. Maybe you can work out a deal for less money AND you will at least buy yourself a little time.See question
I am beneficiary to a trust which was made via a will. Will has standard no-contest clause (if beneficiary takes any action against Estate or invalidate any provision of Will, beneficiary is disinherited). The funds have significantly decreased ...
You are entitled to an accounting. You should consult with an attorney immediately.See question
The trust is meant to be able to allow her to apply for medicaid so we can afford a home health aid. When my mother passes is the state entitled to use the income left in the trust to reimburse medicaid? What happens to the money in the trust?
Talk to an elder law attorney right away about a pooled income trust. It is a way to reduce income and qualify for medicaid and it may be a fit for you.See question
discretion and no mandatory distributions. She wrote me and my children out of her will because she disapproves of my lifestyle (far more frugal than hers). I presume she disapproves because I adopted the religious traditions of our forefathers an...
I would speak with an attorney right away. The discretionary standard places the highest burden on a would-be challenge. In order for friction or hostility between the beneficiary and trustee to form the basis for removal, there must be a demonstration that the relationship will interfere materially with the administration of the trust or is likely to do so. There still may be a basis for removal, but the trust would have to be examined.See question
I am a sugar baby and I currently live in London (uk). My sugar daddy want to give me 4k per month. Do I have to pay taxes? Or are they considerd a gift? And What is the best way to receive the money?
Are you a US Citizen? What is your relationship with "Sugar Daddy"? Are the payments for services rendered or are they gifts based upon affection? There are many potential issues here.See question
trust agreement. As a beneficiary, I only found out about this five years later when the senile co-trustee died. I asked the trustee to install successors but he did not respond to my letters. 2 months later, I wrote to both of the people named as...
You should bring a copy of the trust to a lawyer to review. You should hire the lawyer to make formal demands upon the trustees and if they are still unresponsive, you can have the lawyer bring a petition for an accounting and related relief.See question
(as Mom's will allows) would give my children mandatory distributions during my lifetime as they reach specified ages. My mother must have left over $600,000 because I was told that a NJ estate tax return has to be filed, and under $5 million beca...
The disclaimer usually does not affect the tax liability of the estate, but I would hire a lawyer to review the specific situation because disclaimers are irrevocable once made and must be done within 9 months of the date of death.See question
provide account statement printouts. Trust established 18 years ago, only found out about it recently. I first requested statements 10 days ago saying the brokerage firm holding the trust told me they're available online, so I demanded that trus...
You should hire a lawyer. You will not need to fly in for every court appearance.See question