She has sold land home cars tractiors ect.and will not pay me nor my brother.says she dont have too
There is no power of attorney over a will. You need to sit down with an attorney to review the entire matter. It would be money well spent.See question
Didnt know my roomate had stolen a car and cutting it up in the garage. He said the engine blew so he was going to part it out i seen the title or what appeared to be the title
The best thing you can do at this point is retain an attorney.See question
He just turned 17 this is his first offense he really didnt even trespass he was on his own property he never left the property. He broke some of the porch lights and called the police on himself because he was upset. The police said they had to c...
You can get up to twelve months in jail and a $1000 fine. He need to retain an attorney.See question
My 17 year old son was charged with possession of tools to commit a crime and loitering/prowling. This was at a construction site, early morning. After climbing on a ladder (left out at the site) to the roof, he and his friend were charged with th...
He is charged and is in need of an attorney. Retain an attorney to represent him.See question
Been charged with a felony shop lifting charge when I'm not even the one who stole the stuff from Walmart. I was just in the store with the person.
What you need to do is retain you an attorney to represent you in the matter.See question
my grandmother died and my mother is executor of the will. listed as such in the will. she new what my grandma wanted done with the house hold goods. but my uncles don't agree with her and want certain things for themselves, not just a little of ...
If there is a will then the law requires that it is filed with the probate court. Otherwise it is a criminal offense. The will should be followed and property distributed accordingly. It does not matter what the desires of the heirs maybe. What should be followed are the wishes as expressed in the will. Clearly on this matter a lawyer need to be retained and involved.See question
I was driving and made a turn somehow my hand had to hit the switch to turn my headlights off. But I had drunk a little blowed a 1.43. Is that bad the 1.43 and what's going to happen to me.
What would be best for you is that you hire an attorney to represent you. The legal limit is .08 and youmstated you blew 1.43.See question
I have been disabled for almost 11 yrs and my daughter is 12, her mother now wants to try to take me for child support. I have two small with my wife, we have been married for 6 yrs now. I live in Georgia they live in Pennsylvania
Both parents are required by law to provide support for their minor children. Your wife has no obligation to support your child from another mother but you do.See question
Police come looking for me they were armed & they wanted to talk to me about a burglary but I didn't respond now I'm in jail charge with first degree robbey what advice I need to help me through this
The best advice you can get is to hire an attorney and do not talk with anyone about your case.See question
I have not filed for legitimation so I don't legally have any rights. The mother has only seen my child twice in the 4 months and the last time was 2 months ago. Per our agreement I was to return my child to her last weekend, but she refuses to me...
You will need to file for custody with the court.See question