I got power of attorney of my dad and then we moved him to a rehab a month later my brother went and got one and named himself and my other sister power of attorney is that legal?
POAs are granted and revoked by the person signing it. They are called the "principal". A principal must have sufficient mental capacity to grant a valid POA. A POA in Texas cannot name joint or co-agents. It can name alternates.See question
I signed a voluntary guardianship over to my husband's parents when we separated under distress and threats from him as I wanted them In a stable environment, I was unemployed at the time and had no place to live as I packed my stuff and left the ...
First, this is not "guardianship". This is child custody. We don't know what you signed without reading it and I strongly recommend you take it to an experienced family law attorney who can read it and determine its effect. Custody can only be granted by court order and it can only be changed by court order. So, if there is an order granting the inlaws temporary custody, you will need an order changing it. Good luck.See question
My father-in-law is on his last days and has a will in place, but his children from a former marriage are likely going to dispute the will, along with his funeral wishes. My husband and I are trying to protect our mother's estate to ensure that sh...
It just doesn't work that way. First, "dispute the Will" does not mean anything. Are they claiming that it is not a valid Will and cannot be admitted to probate? Or, are they claiming that father-in-law did not have the mental capacity to make a Will? Or, perhaps they are claiming that he was "unduly influenced" to make a particular bequest in the Will? Really, there is very little to be done prior to his death. He has a Will. It will need to be probated and they can either file a contest or not. Determining what is and is not part of his estate will probably be the more problematic issue. Your mother would do well to make sure her Will was updated if necessary.See question
just sold LP and LLC (General Partner of LP) entities to a foreign company. they are inquiring what documents are needed as they are now the owners and this is part of due diligence. Actually thought their local attorney would advise them.
Typically this issue was resolved prior to closing and one of the ways is by the use of a Certificate of Manager or Managing Member which certifies what the ownership interests are. They would also have been detailed in the actual contract upon which closing occurred. It would be unwise to advise or inform a party who is represented by counsel as to their legal remedies. If the deal has closed, you have no further duties unless the contract specifies them.See question
My sister is not one of the executor and she took over my mom bank accounts. She moved. In the my moms house. Never paid us rent for 1 yr. And now she doesn't. Want to talk. To us. She violated the will
You never state that the Will was admitted to probate and an executor appointed. Until the Will is admitted to probate there is no executor. The Will "nominates" someone to be executor. They must be appointed by a court. The Will has no effect until probated. The person nominated in the Will should hire an experienced probate attorney and get the Will probated. It must be done within 2 years of the date of death or it cannot be done.See question
Two years, and final accounting is complete, can I request disbursement on my own in writing.
Let me ask you this. Can you remove your own appendix? Sure, you can. But, it may be painful and there may be unpleasant consequences. You can try, however.See question
My grandad past 3 years and few months ago, I talked to my grandmother and she told me will had been probated.I would like a copy of will to see what it actually says
A Will should be probated in the county of the residence of the deceased. In metropolitan counties there will be one or more statutory probate courts with a probate clerk's office that is part of the county clerk's office. In rural counties probate is handled by either a county court at law or the county court. Again, the county clerk keeps the records. Those are public records so anyone can get a copy by paying the clerk's charges. Going in person with cash is the best way. They generally will not accept a check from a non-lawyer. You might as well get a copy of the entire file.See question
I am in the process of registering my business with the state of Texas but I am not aware of the taxes involved.
You really don't give us much to go on. It is not even clear that your "business" is a partnership. But, all information on taxation is on the website of the Texas Comptroller. I see a lot of people who think that their limited liability company is a "partnership" because it is taxed as if it were by the IRS. It is not a partnership. It is an entity under the law of the state in which it was created. So, put a little more effort and facts into your question and repost.See question
I lived with someone who had custodial guardianship of me & my two brothers when we were minors.i am now 36yrs.old & I have been living with my guardian until yesterday when I woke up to find he had passed.Now his biological daughter came to the r...
You may have waived your tenant rights by vacating voluntarily. But, she would have evicted you eventually anyway. Why do you need back in? You have no inheritance rights. You don't have a lease so you will be evicted anyway at some point. What are you trying to accomplish?See question
My mother has recently removed herself out of my life and is not helping me with financial aid, the school told me that because i am under the age of 24 i a considered a dependent while i attend college... she wont sign over my guardianship to my ...
This is why you don't get legal advice from school personnel who are not licensed attorneys. You were an adult at 18. Your parents have no legal obligation to support you. NONE. Your grandfather does not have to be your "guardian" (which is impossible, incidentally) to pay for anything for you. You might want to consider getting a job and going to school as you can afford it.See question