My present Agent is moving out of state. Would like to appoint my daughter as Agent. Can I just make a codicil to make the change?
Go to the lawyer who drafted it and ask him to draft a new POA. If you did not use a lawyer, then the power of attorney you have is most likely not worth the paper it is written on, so go to an attorney and get a new power of attorney naming the person you now want to name.See question
I got married years ago. My wife and I have been living apart for more than 4 years. I have served her with the divorce papers and she wants to respond accepting that the marriage be dissolved given that we have no kids together. On the court docu...
I have change your topic area to divorce and separation so it will be seen by the proper attorneys.See question
Have a valid revocable trust dated 1997, Bought condo in 2010 but neglected to put it under my Trust. How can I get my deed changed to show it is under my trust?
Get a lawyer, preferably the lawyer who prepared your trust, to prepare a deed transferring the condo into the trust.See question
I am looking for an attorney who has a significant experience of directly working with the top level authorities of Federal agencies ( to get their involvement and help. It's not a matter against them ) to fight against a large, wealthy but corrup...
What you seem to be describing is a healthcare whistleblower case. This is a very specialized area of the law. We are not supposed to give referrals to specific attorneys in this forum, but there is only one attorney in the area that I know who handles these types of cases. His name is Jeff Downey, and his phone number is 703-564-7318. Please tell him I referred you. There may be other attorneys that handle this area of law that I just do not know. If so, what you need to search for "is healthcare whistleblower lawyer."See question
I and my girlfriend have been seen each other for a while. I just got divorced from my previous marriage. We want to marry and she is a naturalized citizen by adoption and she will sponsor for my permenant residency. Is there any time period we sh...
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He claims he is no longer with any of them. What should i do?
First understand that if what he says is true, you're dating a criminal. His crime is bigamy -- marrying someone while still married to another. Other than that I agree with Mr. Hahn that you have not posed a legal question.See question
I am the executor of my father's estate. It is pretty cut and dry. I'm not sure when I calculate the executor fee.
Mr. Hart is correct. Talk to the Commissioner of Accounts and get approval before you take your fee. That way you're covered.See question
Our Dad perished a few months ago. Beneficiaries are me and my brother, who is Executor of Dad's estate, & prior POA. Our father's Will was simple, stating that we share his cash assets equally. At his death, Dad held a rollover IRA, and a house w...
Why would you challenge your brother's role as executor when your concerns are about money he allegedly spent while acting as agent under power of attorney? What you need to do is challenges his actions as agent and under power of attorney, and there is a Virginia statute that allows you to do just that. Contact a Virginia probate litigation attorney immediately, and be prepared to bring whatever proof you may have of the alleged wrongdoings.See question
Hello! I'm got married with an American citizen, I've not sent my papers for my green card because he is waiting for his American passport. I recently knew he cheated on me with another girl, of course I don't want to continue with this marria...
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My mother passed away and her estate has no funds for paying creditors. Her house has a reverse mortgage, her will states that all her possessions go in equal shares to her children.
Do not do ANYTHING without first consulting with a probate attorney. As Mr. Hart said, do NOT go to court. You need experienced guidance before you do anything. Just because your mom's will may nominate you as Executor does not mean you are the Executor. Only the court can appoint you as the Executor and hopefully you have not already had this done.See question