I am entitled to claim my daughter on my taxes even years, when i went to file and claim her for 2016, my accountant mentioned someone else had claimed her and I would have to file an identity theft affidavit. I had a feeling this might have been...
I would file a motion for contempt and for sanctions asking the court to give you 2017 and 2018.See question
Mother passed away on 2/20/16 mother has a spouse I the daughter helped mother purchase home (provided) most of the funds. Spouse hired attorney believe the home is under probate. Deaceased had no will please advise.
Hire an attorney. Your question is more complex than can be answered in an on-line forum. How was the property titled? Did Mom promise to pay the daughter who helped her purchase the property. Get an attorney.See question
If the property is in the now deceased husbands name and his last wife's name who is deceased also. The husband never took the deaceased wife off of the property but has since remarried but has a will which leaves the property to his stepdaughter ...
Yes, I think she is. Unless she signed a prenuptial agreement she is entitled to homestead rights and elective share. She should hire an attorney immediately to preserve her rights.See question
He was paying childsupport and he has a letter notarized and signed by her that he was paying her childsupport all those years. Plus he has been picking up the girls taking them to places buying them clothes shoes etc...
They can go back two years. The father should strongly consider hiring an attorney. If he does not do that he needs to be certain he responds to the Department of Revenue. I would send the responses overnight delivery, to insure he has a receipt that he sent in the responses. He should also request a hearing. He should take this matter very seriously. It will impact him.See question
Hello. We are in the process of buying a house from a lady who had passed away in October 2016. We kept extending our offer, because she lady has 7 children, all of them had to sign the waiver of content and this whole process is just taking a...
I don't know how any attorney can give you a good answer without looking at the probate file. If you really want this house I strongly suggest you hire your own attorney to talk to the Estate attorney. You can then track the estate. Good luck.See question
My mother passed away in December. Her bf of 18 years is living in the home u til it forecloses. My mom had no will and no executor. He is holding her property and belongings and will not let me have it. I want to evict him from the home
You cannot evict your mother's boyfriend unless you own the house. Let me assume your mother is the owner of the house. If you are appointed personal representative of her estate then you can, theoretically, evict your mother's boyfriend.
But you have also stated he plans to live in the house until it forecloses, which indicates there is substantial unpaid debt attached to that house. Is there any equity? Will you get anything from it if you probate the estate?
Lastly you speak of wanting your mother's personal property. It is a very rare that I encourage people to pay attorney fees to get personal property; however, if it is that valuable to you, talk to an attorney about the cost of probating your mother's estate and what you can expect to gain from it.See question
My deceased husband's will states that I have a life estate in his home. I would likje to transfer the titlertitler tyo my name.
Get yourself to an attorney NOW. You have limited time period to determine if you want the life estate or one-half interest. The attorney can also assist you with the transfer you want.See question
My son's father won't give him back after picking him up for a temporary stay and even changed his school, how can I prove I'm his custodial parent so I can go get him? Police said I need that in order for them to help me.
I agree with Attorney Valentine unless your son's father has a court order giving him custody. You may want to hire an attorney who is willing to help you deal with the police, as opposed to litigating. Unless you are involved in litigation, and then you want attorney for that too. Good luck.See question
My aunt (a resident of Florida) passed leaving beneficiaries in other states. I'm in California. The executor in Florida is now asking us to give him POA to manage and sell the real estate that is part of the estate. Is this really necessary? He h...
I wouldn't sign the POA. I have never asked my Personal Representative client to ask beneficiaries to sign a POA. In order to sell the property it is likely that you will need to sign a Quit Claim Deed. If I were you that is what I would prefer to do. That way you can ask to see the sales price. You can also ask how much you can expect to receive from the sale of this property, and why (a breakdown).See question
1. Contacted a local attorney in mid September to file probate for relative with no will. 2. Provided all the requested documentation.. 3. Paid half up front. 4. Attorney said it would take a couple of months. 5. Repeatedly tried to contac...
I would ask for my money back before I would file a bar complaint.See question