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Richard Samuel Price
It's not as simple as which is valid.  An attorney will have to review the documents and research the issues.  It's the decedent's intent that is most relevant.  There are strict statute of limitations issues with probate cases, so seek counsel as soon as possible.  Call or... Read More
It's not as simple as which is valid.  An attorney will have to review the documents and research the issues.  It's the decedent's intent... Read More

transportation of the child

Answered 10 hours ago by attorney Gina Marie Famularo | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Family Law

Gina Marie Famularo
Hello-   It depends what the court order says regarding visitation. If it is silent, there is no court order so you could not be in violation. Pull it out and look at it. If you are required to do all the driving both ways, you may want to consider going back to court to modify the... Read More
Hello-   It depends what the court order says regarding visitation. If it is silent, there is no court order so you could not be in violation.... Read More

wills

Answered 11 hours ago by attorney Richard Samuel Price | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Wills and Probate

Richard Samuel Price
You may need to have a conservatorship action for someone to take over the care of your uncle.  Any power of attorney requires the attorney in fact to act in the best interest of the principal.
You may need to have a conservatorship action for someone to take over the care of your uncle.  Any power of attorney requires the attorney... Read More
Richard Samuel Price
The seller of the property is required to disclose whether the property is on public sewer or septic tank in the Transfer Disclosure Statement.  You should have signed that as part of the disclosures to the buyer during the sale of the property. If you told your agent and your agent didn't... Read More
The seller of the property is required to disclose whether the property is on public sewer or septic tank in the Transfer Disclosure Statement.... Read More
Richard Samuel Price
No, removing your name from title by quitclaim deed would not eliminate a recorded tax lien on the property.  You're going to have to pay the tax lien off when you sell the home.
No, removing your name from title by quitclaim deed would not eliminate a recorded tax lien on the property.  You're going to have to pay the... Read More
Sarah B. Russo
The courts are directed to do what is in the children's best interests.  In practice, most California courts are biased in favor of a 50/50 parenting split.  This may not be appropriate in certain cases, such as where there has been abuse, where the child is very young, or if one parent... Read More
The courts are directed to do what is in the children's best interests.  In practice, most California courts are biased in favor of a 50/50... Read More

How should I proceed?

Answered 13 hours ago by attorney Cindy S. Vova | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Divorce

Cindy S. Vova
  Since your Wife is asking for alimony, it is no longer uncontested. However, just because she is asking for alimony, does not mean the judge will award her alimony. See links below to FL alimony statute and to helpful... Read More
  Since your Wife is asking for alimony, it is no longer uncontested. However, just because she is asking for alimony, does not mean the judge... Read More
Cindy S. Vova
  You need to notify the mother and maybe ask if you can switch the days from Thursday to some other day that works for you. Since it is not an overnight, it does not affect the child support calculations, so there is really no harm in leaving the agreement as it is, if the Mother is okay... Read More
  You need to notify the mother and maybe ask if you can switch the days from Thursday to some other day that works for you. Since it is not an... Read More

Buy now close in August?

Answered 13 hours ago by attorney Donald O. Chesworth | 1 Answer

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Donald O. Chesworth
If you have all of the contingencies met and have a deposit he can not get out of the deal. he may not have the funds now and expects to have them in six months.  you could always increase the deposit to make sure the buyer does not back out.
If you have all of the contingencies met and have a deposit he can not get out of the deal. he may not have the funds now and expects to have them in... Read More

Retail

Answered 13 hours ago by attorney Donald O. Chesworth | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Business Law

Donald O. Chesworth
If both parties signed the lease and you made your deposit then your agreement takes precedence over the other one if yours was first in time.
If both parties signed the lease and you made your deposit then your agreement takes precedence over the other one if yours was first in time.
Michael E. Fiffik
You should file immediately upon separation from employment in February. 
You should file immediately upon separation from employment in February. 

How can I get my suspended license reinstated

Answered 14 hours ago by attorney Michael E. Fiffik | 1 Answer

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Michael E. Fiffik
There's just not enough information here.  What kind of license? 
There's just not enough information here.  What kind of license? 

Should i file a civil suit?

Answered 14 hours ago by attorney Michael E. Fiffik | 1 Answer

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Michael E. Fiffik
You have nothing to lose other than the filing fee with the local magistrate.  If you cannot get satisfaction by trying to work it out with your neighbor, then filing with the magistrate is a good next step.  However, if you lose, it may embolden your neighbor to not cooperate in... Read More
You have nothing to lose other than the filing fee with the local magistrate.  If you cannot get satisfaction by trying to work it out with your... Read More
Michael E. Fiffik
You can certainly send a letter -- it would be better than nothing.  However, if you want to give yourself the best chance to bring your concerns to the court's attention, you should retain an attorney to represent your interests.  Simply referring you to a form would not do much to... Read More
You can certainly send a letter -- it would be better than nothing.  However, if you want to give yourself the best chance to bring your... Read More
Michael E. Fiffik
You should appeal the denial and at the next hearing, bring in witnesses or other evidence to support your position and counter the evidence you say is false or misleading that was offered by your former employer. 
You should appeal the denial and at the next hearing, bring in witnesses or other evidence to support your position and counter the evidence you say... Read More
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