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Richard Samuel Price
It would depend on whether the transfer of stock was an advance on inheritance or a gift or a sale?  To determine this, you would have to find evidence of the decedent's intent.  You need an attorney for this.  This is not a DIY project.
It would depend on whether the transfer of stock was an advance on inheritance or a gift or a sale?  To determine this, you would have to find... Read More
Richard Samuel Price
You're going to have to contact an attorney to help you with this.  A thorough review of the documents and pleadings in the probate action will be required.
You're going to have to contact an attorney to help you with this.  A thorough review of the documents and pleadings in the probate action will... Read More
Richard Samuel Price
You'll have to work with an attorney on this to make sure that all of the assets of your mother's estate are properly probated or administered under a trust.
You'll have to work with an attorney on this to make sure that all of the assets of your mother's estate are properly probated or administered under... Read More
Richard Samuel Price
If you think that his estate may near the $150,000 mark, then you should initiate a small probate action and have a probate referee appraise the property.  If it is less than $150,000, you may be able to transfer his property without a probate proceeding.  But the amount is not the... Read More
If you think that his estate may near the $150,000 mark, then you should initiate a small probate action and have a probate referee appraise the... Read More
Richard Samuel Price
Yes.  Alzheimer's alone does not invalidate a trust for lack of capacity to make a trust.  Your mother's primary physician would be the best person to determine whether she has the capacity required to make a trust.
Yes.  Alzheimer's alone does not invalidate a trust for lack of capacity to make a trust.  Your mother's primary physician would be the... Read More
Richard Samuel Price
You can bring a petition for probate to probate his estate and then have the court determine whether the pension is a part of his estate.  Then you should presumably be entitled to half as community property and part of the remaining half under the laws of intestate succession.
You can bring a petition for probate to probate his estate and then have the court determine whether the pension is a part of his estate.  Then... Read More
Richard Samuel Price
A trustee has a fiduciary duty to act in the best interest of all of the beneficiaries. While a trustee can distribute her share of the trust assets to herself, she cannot do that if it is a detriment to the other beneficiaries.  Also, while a trustee is entitled to hire an attorney to defend... Read More
A trustee has a fiduciary duty to act in the best interest of all of the beneficiaries. While a trustee can distribute her share of the trust assets... Read More
Richard Samuel Price
No, it doesn't work that way.  You will report the annual income you receive in rents.  Then you will deduct your property annual deductions: mortgage interest, insurance, utilities, repairs and maintenance, property taxes, etc. The total amount of your mortgage payment includes... Read More
No, it doesn't work that way.  You will report the annual income you receive in rents.  Then you will deduct your property annual... Read More
Patrick Johnson
If you have a written contract to buy the car and you have made all of the payments, then you can sue your brother in General Sessions Court to get possession of the vehicle. When you do that, you need to transfer the title into your and your boyfriends name.
If you have a written contract to buy the car and you have made all of the payments, then you can sue your brother in General Sessions Court to get... Read More
Diana Anderson
It depends where the accident occurred.   If the accident occurred in a business that has a location in New Jersey, you can bring the litigation in New Jersey.  For example, did you fall in McDonalds?  Because there are McDonalds everywhere.  If it happened in a hotel that is a... Read More
It depends where the accident occurred.   If the accident occurred in a business that has a location in New Jersey, you can bring the litigation... Read More
Diane Buerger
Based on the "details" portion of your question, you may be confused with regard to a statute of limitation on crimes and the rule pertaining to when prior convictions can be counted on a scoresheet.  They are two entirely different things and not related. With regard to whether points for a... Read More
Based on the "details" portion of your question, you may be confused with regard to a statute of limitation on crimes and the rule pertaining to when... Read More
Paul J. Neal, Jr.
Your name can be removed from the title by you executing a new deed, conveying your interest to the friend, but you can't get off of the debt unless the lender releases you. If your friend has strong credit, and/or the property has substantial equity, the lender might be willing to do so. If the... Read More
Your name can be removed from the title by you executing a new deed, conveying your interest to the friend, but you can't get off of the debt unless... Read More

negligence while @ a hospital

Answered 14 hours ago by attorney Anthony Van Zwaren | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Civil Rights

Anthony Van Zwaren
I think the person you hire to do the private autopsy, who can review the state's autopsy would be the person best qualified to see whether there were issues in terms of  negligent care. You may then wish to have the autopsy reports. There are also specially trained forensic nurses who have... Read More
I think the person you hire to do the private autopsy, who can review the state's autopsy would be the person best qualified to see whether there... Read More
Anthony Van Zwaren
You will need to hire an attorney and give the attorney the information as to where the conviction was (county or municipality or federal conviction) with as much information as you can give, such as when the conviction occurred, where, and most importantly what the docket or indictment number was.... Read More
You will need to hire an attorney and give the attorney the information as to where the conviction was (county or municipality or federal conviction)... Read More
Kevin P. Rauseo
Before withdrawing a lawyer needs to discuss the reasons with his/her client and attempt remedy whatever reason he/she has for requesting a withdrawal.  If there is a hearing scheduled, the lawyer must file a motion to withdraw and request court permission.  The lawyer must send a copy of... Read More
Before withdrawing a lawyer needs to discuss the reasons with his/her client and attempt remedy whatever reason he/she has for requesting a... Read More
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