My friend and her mom are in Atlanta at moment and have nowhere to go? Can they stay with me and my dad?
You would have to check the local zoning ordinances but I wouldn't think there would be a prohibition for just 4 peopleSee question
I am the step grandmother of our granddaughter. The mother has custody but she has been in jail for over a month for aggravated robbery and the father hasn't been in the childs life much and has mental problems. My granddaughter was brought to us ...
you need to hire an attorney to Petition for Guardianship over her.See question
We've had our great nieces and nephew since birth the mother hasn't seen him this time in 6 months I can find no one to help me with this
I agree with the other answer and you will need to contact an attorney to handle the case for you.See question
I am 20, my brother is 16. I live in a 1 bedroom apartment with my fiancee. My brother lives with my parents. My parents fight a lot with each other. My mother yells and screams and curses at my father all hours of the day and night. She even beco...
Sorry to hear about that and glad you and your fiancée are willing to step up and take care of him. He and the counselor should contact the Child Protective Services in your County and get help with removing him from this situation.
Good luck and you should act quickly to protect your brother.
My children's mother and I were not married when they were born, though we currently are. I just found out I was not their guardian when signing my youngest up for school. Paternity is established, is guardianship necessary?
You should consult an attorney in Ohio about this. If you are the parent on the Birth Certificate, Guardianship should not be necessary unless the school requires it.See question
6 years ago i gave guardianship over my daughter to my exgirlfriend mom because at the time i wasnt stable to care for her and medically since then she has moved in with my ex girlfriend now i am working and have my own place she wont give her to ...
You will need to hire an attorney in the County where the Guardianship was filed.See question
I have 3 situations 1. My grandmother was the executor of my father's estate when he passed. She left several items (house, car, furniture, jewelry, ect) out of the probate to keep me from having them. I found this out 2 months ago and she p...
You will need to consult with a probate or estate litigation attorney and get an accounting from your grandmother's estate to your father's estate to see what she did on your father's estate. You can petition to be appointed over your father's estate if you live in Alabama or are named in the will (if he had one) as the Alternate Executor.
On the car, that is an accounting issue to see if it should have been in the estate.
If you sue for damages on the house, you are not likely to recover anything from them, but you can sue for damages if you are over the estate.
But you need to talk to an attorney in person and not online.See question
A lawyer suggested a new POA is necessary.
Since the PoA is over 20 years old, I would update it. Some financial institutions won't take a Power of Attorney that old and in addition, the law regarding PoA's in Alabama changed in 2012 and your new PoA will have more powers and be easier for your Agent to handle. It is a simple process and no reason not to update it to Alabama.See question
My father passed 15 years ago. My grandmother was suppose to handle the estate due to me being college. I found out 2 months ago that my grandmother intentionally left the house, car, furniture, and other personal items out of the probate. She ...
You will need to hire a probate attorney in the County where the estate was probated. There are too many facts to answer over the internet and there will have to be some research done on the Estates that have been opened.See question
Do I got to split money with my brother if he made me overseer
There are not enough facts in your question to answer it. Is he your Guardian, are you his, how is the property titled, why would you split the land?See question