we have a family of 8 Siblings and one have petition the court to be a executor and i would like to know the reasons i can file for an objection,
The fact you are fishing here asking what sorts of things are the basis for an objection tells me that you don't likely have a basis. The reasons are fact-based and will tend to show a dishonesty with money, criminal record or that sort of thing. The time period for objections is short, so a few days matters, and that means you should plan to meet a lawyer Monday. This is NOT a DIY project.See question
My husband had a life insurance policy that his mother was the beneficiary of. He passed away in 2009 and his mother passed away 2012. She never collected on the policy because she was in a nursing home when he passed away. I was told that because...
If his mother was the beneficiary, her heirs would collect, and a probate will be necessary. Her heirs will be named in her will,if she had one, and otherwise would be determined by the law of the state where his mother died. I suspect youwon't be one of those heirs but you haven't given us enough information to know who the heirs are.See question
my wife and I have been separated for over 10 years I am really need to get a divorce but want to know the best way and who I should talk to about getting the boys is it possible if I live in georgia and she lives in florida we also have 2 kids to...
The location of the children affects the answer, as does whether the other party agrees. You definitely need a lawyer as the answer may be complex.See question
My son and I are taking a trip to europe, his dad ( my boyfriend ) does not have his passport . Can I just take him or do I need permission. If yes do I still need permission if the child is not legitimized.
While the bio-dad gets no say under state law as to travel, under federal law if he won't consent to your child getting a passport, one won't get issued absent you getting a court order.See question
My husband recently has not been able to work due to health issues (he is seeing medical providers who are trying to identify the problem) however because he can't work, my income is the only one coming in. I tapped into the last of our savings t...
She could file contempt, so while he may have a defense, his legal fees to defend could be large. I would try to pay the other $30 to avoid that risk. Since modification isn't retroactive, delay in filing that is costly. I realize you are between a rock and a hard place but delay adds to your costs . This is a good time for your husband to stay on mom's good sign.See question
Got served papers for a copier lease program with usbank. I had the copier for 4 months n I signed a 63 month . The copier total is 60000 n I had to pay around 848 for one copier. They r serving my Corp which is closed but I pg it. I need to know ...
It sounds like you owe the money which means "options" aren't usually all that good. You can pay in full, try and cut a dealif they will cut one, or go bankrupt if you qualify. Ignore the suit and a month from now you may be facing garnishment etc. You HAVE to see a lawyer in the next day or two - do not delay - as your delay may eliminate what few options you have. That also will explore if you even have any defenses, and you may not.See question
We are going through a divorce and he has not sent money for our children but his mother has
Unless you choose to treat it as money from him, it doesn't count at all. BTW, you badly need to hire a lawyer IMMEDIATELY to protect you and the children from your husband. Do not delay. It matters a great deal and yoiu cannot fix the delay later.See question
My father was 82 and lived with me. He just passed away. Has a will but property mentioned in the will has been sold years ago. He has no property or estate. Do I need to probate his will? Do I need to file his taxes?
Ms. Disalvo'sexeccellent answer should be followed. A note - if he needs to do a tax return and is due a refund is due,that would be a potential asset that would comprise an estate. Again, sit down with a lawyerto be safe,andmy condolences on your loss.See question
I got a marriage license in GA, we got married, but the license was never filed, and i wasnt sent a marriage certificate. I NEED to know if my 'marriage' was even legal, before i request an anullment or divorce.
A marriage in Georgia requires two things:(1) issuance of the license by the clerk,and (2) a judge or minister signingit saying the marriage happened. Once those two things happened, you are married. Your failure to turn the signed license in can create future hassles in proof, but you are married regardless. Annulments onlyhappen if the marriage was not legal, so you likely need a divorce.See question