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Richard Samuel Price
If you were all joint tenants, then you can record an affidavit of death of joint tenant with a certified copy of the death certificate and a preliminary change of ownership report to remove your mother from title. However, if you were tenants in common, then you would need some type of... Read More
If you were all joint tenants, then you can record an affidavit of death of joint tenant with a certified copy of the death certificate and a... Read More
David B. Karp
       It is difficult to answer your question; I would contact the child support enfrocement division attorney in the county where your case was pending to determine the status of when you will receive the check. if you have the contact information for the agency in Texas that... Read More
       It is difficult to answer your question; I would contact the child support enfrocement division attorney in the county... Read More
David B. Karp
       If the lawyer handling your employment discriminiation case has blown any time deadlines on your case, she can blame you all she wants, but it is her responsibility. If you have been harmed in any way by her conduct or now your claim is barred, you have  a legitimate... Read More
       If the lawyer handling your employment discriminiation case has blown any time deadlines on your case, she can blame you... Read More
Richard Samuel Price
You will need a tax attorney to help you with this.  Do not hire a CPA or enrolled agent.  There are potential criminal consequences to your tax issues, especially if you are contacted by a Special Agent from the CID (Criminal Investigation Division).
You will need a tax attorney to help you with this.  Do not hire a CPA or enrolled agent.  There are potential criminal consequences... Read More
Richard Samuel Price
An abstract of judgment is filed in the county where the debtor lives and will attach to all property owed by the debtor, including real estate.  If the debtor does not own the real estate, then the abstract of judgment will not attach to it.
An abstract of judgment is filed in the county where the debtor lives and will attach to all property owed by the debtor, including real estate.... Read More
Richard Samuel Price
1.  California law does not provide for intestate succession for step-children that are not adopted, unless they couldn't adopt due to a legal barrier (a parent wouldn't give up parental rights).  But that legal barrier goes away when the step-children are over 18 years old. 2.  The... Read More
1.  California law does not provide for intestate succession for step-children that are not adopted, unless they couldn't adopt due to a legal... Read More

Is my lawyer liable for malpractice

Answered 18 hours ago by attorney Stephen S. Mazzei | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Legal Malpractice

Stephen S. Mazzei
You may have a legal malpractice case. The issue is damages.  if all thatneeds to be done is to have a proepr lease document drafted, then the potential malpractice claim is likely not worth the time and expense. However, you indicate that your request was denied "for the last time." ... Read More
You may have a legal malpractice case. The issue is damages.  if all thatneeds to be done is to have a proepr lease document drafted, then the... Read More
Stephen S. Mazzei
This is a difficult question to answer with the information provided. If you are receiving temporary total disability compensation (TTDC), then retirement could be construed as "workforce abandonment."  The fact of your retirement could be used as a basis to contest further TTDC payments. If... Read More
This is a difficult question to answer with the information provided. If you are receiving temporary total disability compensation (TTDC), then... Read More
Stephen S. Mazzei
Ohio law precludes lawsuits against employers for work injuries unless the worker can prove that the employer intentionally caused the injury with the intent to harm the employee.
Ohio law precludes lawsuits against employers for work injuries unless the worker can prove that the employer intentionally caused the injury with... Read More
Richard Samuel Price
Yes, you can file a motion for summary judgment.  Usually you would do this after conducting disovery in the matter.  Beware, an HOA can assess fees against you, including attorney's fees.  Be careful of incurring more costs for yourself.  Have an attorney represent you in this... Read More
Yes, you can file a motion for summary judgment.  Usually you would do this after conducting disovery in the matter.  Beware, an HOA can... Read More
Richard Samuel Price
You should transfer the house to the trust so that the title is in the name of the trust, "John Doe, trustee of the John Doe Family Trust dated January 1, 2016."
You should transfer the house to the trust so that the title is in the name of the trust, "John Doe, trustee of the John Doe Family Trust dated... Read More

Citizenship. Time line

Answered a day ago by attorney Wendy Rebecca Barlow | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Immigration

Wendy Rebecca Barlow
Your sister must be a lawful permanent resident for five years (three years of married to a United States citizen) to be eligible for naturalization. There are several other requirements that must be met including physical presence. You can read more about naturalization... Read More
Your sister must be a lawful permanent resident for five years (three years of married to a United States citizen) to be eligible for naturalization.... Read More
Wendy Rebecca Barlow
If you and your boyfriend marry, you would be able to petition for him to receive an immigrant visa. His brain damage would not prevent him from immigrating unless he poses a danger to himself or others. He is not required to work in the United States. However, he will need to show he will not... Read More
If you and your boyfriend marry, you would be able to petition for him to receive an immigrant visa. His brain damage would not prevent him from... Read More
Wendy Rebecca Barlow
Could you be more specific about exactly what was renewed? With this additional information, I may be able to provide you with some guidance.
Could you be more specific about exactly what was renewed? With this additional information, I may be able to provide you with some guidance.
Wendy Rebecca Barlow
Your mother should not attempt to enter the United States with a tourist visa if her intent is to become a lawful permanent. This is considered material misrepresentation and can result in serious immigration consequences including a permanent bar to admission. It is best to go through the... Read More
Your mother should not attempt to enter the United States with a tourist visa if her intent is to become a lawful permanent. This is considered... Read More
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