My sister and her boyfriend have a 3 month old baby. I'm not saying my sister is and unfit mother but she suffers from depression and the dad is a drug addict. Both of them have warrants put for their arrest. My sisters warrant is for not paying a...
I generally agree with the other attorneys who have tried to answer your question. Fortunate for this child that you care enough to try to get involved. But beware: getting involved takes a huge commitment on your part. While notifying Family Services is fairly easy, you might not be pleased with the family they choose as a foster family. You may feel like the caregiver should be you, but DFS may not agree with you. That could be pretty devastating to you. On the other hand, DFS may be relieved if you're able and willing to be the caregiver -- so that will be a good situation. If you go to a private attorney, it is going to cost you a lot of money. That choice is going to give you more control over the outcome -- than the DFS investigation option -- but it's going to cost a lot of money. Good luck.See question
I had legal guardianship from 2009 to 2012. I took care of my Niece the first two years of her life so her mom can get her crap together. My sister was doing great so the guardianship was dismissed. My sister was arrested and the state to her ...
How strongly do you feel about this? Enough to spend money to get guardianship. An experienced attorney, in the field of guardianship, knows how to present your case so that, if you can be trusted with the guardianship of the minor, the Court (which, as you know, makes the decision concerning who the guardian should be) realizes that you are more trust worthy than a foster family is. It's all about "selling" your abilities and trustworthiness to a Judge. Good luck. Trying to do the right thing is not always easy.See question
my deceased aunt committed elderly abuse on my deceased grandfather. he never pressed charges when he was alive because it was his daughter. My deceased aunt doesnt have anything other than recently she has been named an heir of an estate. can I s...
Your deceased grandfather's estate may have a claim against the estate of your deceased aunt, but I want to emphasize "MAY". You're not going to get a good answer to this question on the Internet. If you feel very strongly about this, you should find a law firm that handles elder abuse cases and schedule a consultation with an attorney who you can talk to face to face. You're not going to get anywhere, productive, trying to figure something like this out on the Internet. IMO. Sorry.See question
If I sign over my parental rights to my mom how do I make it so it works in court? Do I get it norterized or do I have to go to court and get it approved by a judge
I agree with all of the attorneys' answers prior to mine. I would add that you may want the guardianship to be revocable, at your request, with or without a showing of "good cause." You may not want this arrangement to permanent, even if it currently seems or feels like you want it to be permanent. If you're not careful, it will be permanent.See question
Prior to my mother passing in March, I had her power of attorney, I understand that ended at her death. I am her sole beneficiary. I went to her C.U. after her death to withdraw some funds to take care of some things and was told I could not take ...
Every answer to your question, so far, was correct. If you put all the answers together, you have a pretty COMPLETE answer.See question
I am wondering if I can be sued as a buyer from a trust? I am however related to a decease.
I have "AGREED" with all of the other answers previously posted to your question. However, they may be wondering what I'm wondering and that is this: "Why are you asking whether you can be sued as a buyer?" If you want a quality answer, be sure and provide a quality question. Are they any reasons that are causing you to wonder with you might be sued?See question
My father passed away in 2003. He left my brother as the trusty and me as secondary trusty. My mother just passed away in April of 2016. Am I still able to do any thing about the trust? He sold my home that I was to get in the will and had me evic...
I think you're pretty close to Richfield. If I were you, I'd see if this attorney will meet with you (low cost or no cost) and help you sort this out. You haven't provided enough information for me to give you quality answers. Good luck.
225 N 100 E
Richfield, UT 84701
I would like to know when the affidavit of successor trustee becomes valid. when it is signed or when it is recorded with the country recorder's office
This type of document is usually used for two different purposes. 1. To put the public on notice that, where real estate is owned by a trust, one trustee has died and there is a successor trustee who is authorized to convey title to a third party. If that is what you're inquiring about, the affidavit needs to be recorded before it is going to be of any use or value. 2. To notify a financial institution that one trustee has died and there is a successor trustee who is authorized to make investment, make deposits, take withdrawals, etc. If that is what you're inquiring about, the affidavit needs to be delivered to the financial institution before it is going to be of any use or value. So, based on the info you've provided, I don't understand why it matters to you. Sorry. Provide more info, and I can give you a better answer.See question
22year marriage 5yrs divorce in court both lawyers skilled theives.. Who, who can I trust for QDRO????
A trustworthy QDRO lawyer. Sorry you and the skilled thieves didn't work out for you.See question
My Mother passed away in Feb 2016 leaving no assets, but quite a lot of debt. She was divorced; had one child by her second husband (me); she had one brother, (to whom she did not speak); and was predeceased by both of her parents. ...I am also...
Trying to read between the lines . . . that's one reason why a face to face consultation with a lawyer is far better than trying to do Q&A on the interent . . . but here we go. It seems that you're thinking that if your mother's cause of death turns out (on a death certificate) to be accidental, that she has an accidental death insurance policy or benefit, and you're wondering how you'd prove that you're the person entitled to the benefit. Right? If so, the answer is that you'd have to have a Probate Court provide a Court Order showing that you're your mother's only "heir" (that is, next of kin). The insurance company will likely not pay any money to anyone until it receives that Court Order. Hope that helps, and I hope I got to the real reason behind your question. I'm sorry about your mother's passing.See question