July 2016 my 55 y o brother was found dead in his car at Walmart. I hadn't been in touch with him for years due to his verbal abuse. Apparently he lost his paid off home and had been living in his uninsured vehicle for the previous 7 months. He ha...
Please contact a litigation attorney in the county where your brother lived for advice.See question
my mom is having problems with her grandson. he has taken over her home moved his girlfriend and her child in the home without permission of my mother hee also had keys to my mother car without her permission and refuses to give the to my mom.My m...
The restraining order is for a person, not property. The restraining order would have to be for the grandson, girlfriend and child. They need to leave the house. taking the car without permission is unlawful. The local authorities should be notified.See question
I WAS DENIED BEREAVEMENT AT WORK BECAUSE I AM LEGALLY SEPARATED
Bereavement generally is for spouse, child, parents & siblings, You could take time off without pay for others.See question
My mother passed away and left a irrevocable trust. I am a beneficiary. My mother owned a home which my stepfather lives in. My stepfathers nephew lives there with him. My stepfather is 94 years old, his nephew is writing checks to himself out of...
Talk to the trustee. If the nephew is the trustee, consult a trust & estate attorney to file appropriate petitions. Nephew's actions sound like financial elder abuse and should be curtailed. You can check with the State's office of elder abuse for an investigation into the matter.See question
As an heir to my parent's estate, how do I obtain a copy of the trust if personal representative is unwilling to provide a copy?
The personal representative should provide a copy of the Will - but if he/she does not, check with the probate court in the county where your parents lived to see if the Will has been filed with the court (as it should have been). A trustee and PR may or may not be the same individual. The trustee is supposed to provide copies of trusts to beneficiaries named in the trust - but not to heirs who are not beneficiaries.
I suggest that you retain an estate attorney in the county where your parents resided to check on this.
The specifically written question states, Can L.L.C.articles of amendment ascertain the L.L.C. is owned by the revocable trust. We own an L.L.C. and we are trustees for a revocable trust. We prefer the revocable trust to be the owner of the L.L...
Your membership can be transferred to you as trustee of your revocable trust if the operating agreement allows this. But, the trust should not be listed as the owner of the LLC.See question
My mother recently passed away. I was told she did not have a will. If she has a trust, do I have a right to a copy? i live in Massachusetts.
If your mother had a trust and you were listed as a beneficiary, you have a right to see the trust. The Trustee is obligated to provide copies to beneficiaries --- but not to heirs if they were not listed as beneficiaries.See question
I have a one month old the mother and I had been together for 3 years we are not married and have decided not to be together anymore. How can I become custodial parent I also pay $550 for housing for the mother and my daughter.
You should consult a family law attorney to explore your options.See question
My sister has abandoned my niece and is neglecting her. My niece is staying at a girl's house my sister knows. She is not in a good house or situation. My sister is involved with meth and out selling herself for money and drugs. She left her boyf...
First, report this situation to the State Agency for Children and Families and they will investigate the situation. You can also consult a guardianship attorney to explore filing for guardianship.See question
I have a special needs child. My husband and I created a SNT back in 2003. We named my sister as a successor trustee. Now, 14 years later, we would prefer to have our oldest child, who is in his 30's to be the trustee after my husband and I pass. ...
Asks your SNT attorney to prepare an amendment to the trust.See question