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R. Kevin Spencer
Yes, in fact, it is better that a stranger does it, but it can be anyone who does not take or receive benefits under the Will.  Statutorily, there are issues with a named beneficiary in the Will witnessing the same Will. Kevin Spencer (214) 965-9999 www.spencerlawpc.com
Yes, in fact, it is better that a stranger does it, but it can be anyone who does not take or receive benefits under the Will.  Statutorily,... Read More
Richard M. Helzberg
NO!  If your attorney woon't move ahead, find another one, but don't take a child out of state without the permission of the other parent.  You need to press your attorney to explain the process and explain whether it can be expedited.
NO!  If your attorney woon't move ahead, find another one, but don't take a child out of state without the permission of the other parent.... Read More
Richard M. Helzberg
I hope you complied with the order.  What you need to do is see the Family Law Faciliator at your county courthouse right away.  There is no fee, and that person is an attorney who can guide you through the process to expedite your getting before a judge, perhaps an ex parte motion for... Read More
I hope you complied with the order.  What you need to do is see the Family Law Faciliator at your county courthouse right away.  There is... Read More
David J. Hutchinson
You have not provided enough information. From whom did this request come? What was it about?
You have not provided enough information. From whom did this request come? What was it about?
Michael Doland
You can have one shareholder or two. Since you reside in a community property state, each of you has a community property interest in all property acquired after marriage with community efforts or funds. I express no tax views or analysis.  Good luck. 
You can have one shareholder or two. Since you reside in a community property state, each of you has a community property interest in all property... Read More

is there help?

Answered a hour ago by attorney Richard L. Hughes | 1 Answer

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Richard L. Hughes
The question ids likely whether your mother had the capacity to convey the real property at the time the deed was signed. Was she coerced? Was ther fraud in the inducement t sign? Did she have the mental capacity to understnd what she was doing? These are a matter for a Court or jury to decide. As... Read More
The question ids likely whether your mother had the capacity to convey the real property at the time the deed was signed. Was she coerced? Was ther... Read More
Richard L. Hughes
Any response to what I think someone or organization will do under the circumstances you describe would  be purly speculative and of no real value to you.  I will say law enforcement, at every level, take the sex offense registration requirements very seriously. My experience is that... Read More
Any response to what I think someone or organization will do under the circumstances you describe would  be purly speculative and of no real... Read More

what is the process of divorce

Answered a hour ago by attorney David R. Hartwig | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Divorce

David R. Hartwig
Between the two of you, you decide who will be the moving party, the Petitioner. That person would meet with an attorney to review everything thing to ensure you didn't miss anything. Once that is done the petition is drafted and filed, with the other party being served. Assuming there are no... Read More
Between the two of you, you decide who will be the moving party, the Petitioner. That person would meet with an attorney to review everything thing... Read More
Richard L. Hughes
You need to consult with your attorney.
You need to consult with your attorney.
Richard L. Hughes
Certain records are subjectt to be expunged while others are not. In addition, certain expungement statues provide that the expungement can be used only once, i.e., the first offenders expungement.  To be clear, what was once referred to as expungement is now actually a sealing of one's... Read More
Certain records are subjectt to be expunged while others are not. In addition, certain expungement statues provide that the expungement can be used... Read More

I have a grandmother who is being harassed

Answered 2 hours ago by attorney Lynn W. Rhodes | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Elder Law

Lynn W. Rhodes
The nursing home should be able to keep her out and their patient protected.  You can call the Elder Abuse Hotline at 1-800-96-ABUSE to report the incident or discuss with them. 
The nursing home should be able to keep her out and their patient protected.  You can call the Elder Abuse Hotline at 1-800-96-ABUSE to report... Read More
R. Kevin Spencer
You have to hire an attorney and I recommend hiring one in the area of estate and trust litigation; particularly one with experience with will contests.  You have to file a lawsuit claiming the Will is invalid, however, if no will has been produced or filed, then there are other mechanisms you... Read More
You have to hire an attorney and I recommend hiring one in the area of estate and trust litigation; particularly one with experience with will... Read More
Cindy S. Vova
  Since FL would recognize another county's child support order I would imagine Italy would do the same with a FL support order. You would need to check with an attorney in Italy. However, if the Father has no recent connections with Italy, you might have issues obtaining jurisdiction over... Read More
  Since FL would recognize another county's child support order I would imagine Italy would do the same with a FL support order. You would need... Read More
Loraine M. DiSalvo, Esq.
Not sure what the question is, but if you have moved your principal residence from Florida to Georgia, it is a very good idea to update your Will, any revocable trust, and any other legal documents like a power of attorney and an advance directive for health care. Georgia and Florida differ in many... Read More
Not sure what the question is, but if you have moved your principal residence from Florida to Georgia, it is a very good idea to update your Will,... Read More
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
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