My sister was appointed guardian for my dad's medical care, he is in assisted living. We are transiting him home, she refuses to disclose any information or documentation regarding his finances to siblings.
One reason that the court may have only appointed a guardian of his person (for medical care) is that your father may have a power of attorney for finances. If this is the case, the person named by your father under the power of attorney for finances would have authority to manage his assets and usually would not have an obligation to discuss that management with third parties (including family members). You can bring an action before the court asking for an accounting by the power of attorney.
If the court did appoint a guardian of your father's estate (for finances), the guardian is required to file an annual account. You may be able to request a copy of this account - depending on whether your relationship qualifies you under the state statute as a person interested.
These are only two options. All options are case specific. Your best bet is to consult with an attorney.See question
I note that the will cites ND statutes, hence my question.
Execution requirements for a valid will vary a bit from state to state. In Wisconsin, you must sign your will in the presence of two witnesses. I suggest that you have your existing will reviewed by an attorney.See question
The email said remember the navy yard in regards to that event but was followed by just joking. I believe they used the opportunity to shrink down management staff and trim a higher salary. Have been a top line manager with no corrective action i...
Unless you have a contract for employment (e.g. you are covered by a union contract), you are an employee at will. This means that your employer can terminate your employment and you can quit for any reason (or no reason) so long as it is not based on your membership in a protected class. You may want to speak to an attorney if you think your termination may in any way be related to your age, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, disability, etc. You may also want to speak with an attorney for advice as to whether your email rises to the level of misconduct for purposes of unemployment insurance eligibility.See question
I know I can file through the EEOC, but is it better to have a lawyer? How hard is it to prove it? I'm looking for someone to help me. Thanks..
There is more to this than simply showing you are paid x and a male employee is paid y. I suggest you contact an employment law attorney for advice specific to your circumstances. For example, your attorney will likely look for information comparing you to the male employee(s) in question - actual hours worked, work tasks, seniority, etc.See question
they demand how many hours a week you work and if you don't cover all the hours you get 7.25 an hour for those hours but they take that money back from your comm. the next week you are also paid every two weeks. if business is slow you keep havi...
Your question is unclear. Try rephrasing without the abbreviations.See question
The child is living with her Mother. It is not a very good environment. She is addicted to prescription drugs
There is a presumption in favor of the parent, but the standard is ultimately the best interest of the child. You will need concrete evidence as to why it is not in the child's best interest to live with mom. You should seek the assistance of an attorney who is familiar with both guardianship and CHIPS cases.See question
can I sue employer for negligence? Even if workmans comp covered my medical bills and lost wages most lost wages anyways?
The better question may be what damages do you have that were not compensated through workmen's compensation. You should contact your attorney for the workmen's compensation case as he or she should be relatively familiar with your case already. Good luck.See question
I live in an apartment that went into foreclosure, was owned by a company then was purchased by another. During the few months in this turn around, I always paid my rent on time and have proof of this. The latest owners are claiming there is a p...
The landlord's most likely choice for collection is small claims court, in which case, the landlord would be required to provide some explanation for the amount demanded. In the meantime, make sure you get and keep receipts for your rent payments.See question
There are 2 small stains in the living room, one in the bedroom, which was caused by the apartments own construction crew. And small wear and tear in the hallway from salt/snow. Landlord replaced entire carpet in the 2 bed apt. without notice afte...
Your landlord should not be charging you for normal wear and tear to the carpet. Check your lease for non-standard rental provisions (this should be a separate page) discussing carpet cleaning/maintenance. Ultimately, whether the staining rises to the level of wast or damage would have to be determined by the court. Hopefully you can resolve this matter before it goes that far. I agree that the tenant resource center is a good place to start your search for information.See question
My mother passed in April of 2008 and 2 months before she died she changed the will. I know why she did and I feel it was unfair and unjust, I also feel she was not in sound mind when she did so. Here is the story. My fiance and I were broken up f...
It sounds like the money was put in a testamentary trust of which you are the beneficiary. You should speak with a trust and estates attorney. Wis. Stat. s. 701.13(3) provides that "if the trust property is valued at less than $50,000, the court may order termination of the trust and the distribution of the assets that it considers appropriate."See question