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What Type Of Professional Should I Seek In Providing Advice?
I Live In California And I Need Advice Regarding The Following. My Partner Passed Away This Year And We Shared A Couple Of Things Together. Bank Account (Checking) And A Timeshare. He Was Still Legally Married. Who Should File His 2007 Taxes? What Would Happen If His Taxes Weren'T Filed? Also, If The Timeshare Is Sold, Would The Wife Be Entitled To Any Of The Proceeds?

Consult a probate attorney. You will need legal advice and maybe legal assistance to sort out what is yours from what belongs to his wife.

You didn't mention whether he had a will, or whether he or his wife were legally separated or had filed for divorce. Any of those could have an effect on things. California is a community property state, in which everything a man and wife own or owe is legally presumed to be equally the property of the other partner, and in which the property of the one who dies passes to the one who survives.

When someone dies, his bank accounts are normally frozen until the bank receives advice from the court or from the executor, or both. If you and he shared the bank account, his wife will have a claim against some or all of the funds in the account, since she was still his wife. If you claim that some of the money in the account was yours, it will be necessary for you to show records that establish what portion of the account should be credited to you.

It will be the responsibility of the executor of his estate to file his income tax returns for 2007, and if there is a refund, that will belong to his estate. If there is no executor, the probate court may appoint one or his wife will, by default, become the executor. If his tax return for 2007 is not filed, and he owed money to the IRS or to the California Franchise Tax Board (for those who do not live in California, the FTB is our state taxing agency), his wife will be responsible, since they were still legally married.

What happens to the timeshare depends upon who owned it prior to his demise. If you and he owned it as partners, then his wife will be entitled to his share. If the ownership is fuzzy, and not clearly defined, she might be able to get it all.

Whats Better Lawyer Or Doctor?
In Terms Of Difficlty Of Job And Lyfestyle

Lawyer. Long hours, but not as bad as Doctor. Lawyers can schedule things. Docs can't schedule when emergencies or epidemics happen.

Need Help With Legal Advice?
Some Guy Who Is A Representative Of &Quot;The United Educators, Inc.&Quot; Shows Up At My Door Trying To Sell The Encyclopedia Books To Me. At The Time, I Was Actually Interested In Getting This Set Of Books. Afterwards, I Sign The Contract. Well, I Later Realize That I Changed My Mind About The Books And Wanted To Cancel The Purchase. I Contact Them About 5 Days Later And Somehow, They Have A Rule That I Had To Cancel Within 3 Days Of The Purchase. I Wasn'T Notified Of This And Then They Say It Was In The Contract. I Look And It Was In The Back Of The Contract. I Never Looked In The Back Of The Contract As It Didn'T Say Anything On There To Look In The Back About The Cancellation Process. Yes, I Understand That It Was My Wrongdoing For Not Looking Through The Whole Contract And Reading It Thoroughly. Well, I Haven'T Received The First Book, They'Ve Already Taken A Payment From Me, And The Arbitrator Of That Company Threatens Me And Says That I Have To Pay Monthly On These Regardless If I Want To Return The Books (If And When I Receive Them). Which Doesn'T Make Sense. I Mean, You Can Buy A Car, Get It Financed And If You Change Your Mind Within A Certain Amount Of Days, You Do Get Penalized A Bit But You Don'T Have To Worry About Paying $15,000 Or What Have You On The Vehicle If It'S No Longer In Your Possession. Also, I Signed This Contract Under My Name And My Husband'S. He Is Currently Deployed And I Have Only Certain Poa'S For Him But Nothing With Using His Name For Opening A Line Of Credit Whatsoever. The Guy Said It Was Fine To Sign It Without The Poa, So I'M Thinking.. Was I Scammed? Can I Use This Against The Seller? I Feel As Though I Was Cornered On This And Don'T Know What To Do. Anyone Have Advice For Me?

Let me preface that I'm not an attorney so I can't quote legal advice and I'm sure most attorneys will same the same thing so they are not sued. Moving on, The common window for Right of Rescission is typically 3 days with anything. This is the period of time you can withdrawl from the contract without penalty. Some companies off longer like the cell phone companies that allow 14-30 days. In your case, even if he did not go over the entire contract, as long as it's printed, your stuck. On the other hand, is there anything included about a breach of contract fee? This is similar to when you sign on with a utility for a year and cancel early. It's usually the equivilent of 1-3 payments. If not, you then could look at what method you are paying with. If it's being withdrawn from a checking account or debit card, simply file a dispute for non-authorized withdrawl with your bank and start there. Sometimes it works and sometimes not. If you're payment through your credit card, same thing, file a dispute. If that doesnt work, you could ask the bank to close that account and open new one and you have charges that the creditor will not stop.

Regarding the POA, it would specify what authority you are given to do for your husband while he is away.

Lawyer Question About A Personal Injury Case?
I Have A Lawyer Who Just Sent Me A Letter Tell Me That He Will Not Be Able To Work On My Case On A Contigent Basic Fee. It Also Told Me To Seek Another Lawyer If I Think I Have A Case. What Should I Do. Do I Have To Pay The Next Lawyer.

If you already paid the lawyer a retainer fee I guarantee they will send a bill that covers that exact amount so any money you already paid is gone. If they agreed to a contingency fee and now are telling you this it is because they feel your case has a less than 99% chance of winning or being settled. They only take cases they feel they will win. If they are advising to go elsewhere then your case may be a dog. You may get the same answer from the next lawyer but its worth a try, don't tell them about the first lawyer.

I love lawyers. They say if you pay then it is a good case but if they pay and want paid back through your winnings it is suddenly a dog. Good ethical people.

Colorado Dui And Dwai?
So My Brother Had W Blood Test Resulting In 0.071. He Is 19 And This Is His First Offense Of Any Type. Other Than That He'S A Good Kid In School Who Maybe Parties A Bit Too Much. I Can'T Figure Out What He Will Be Charged With And Am Looking For Some Help. He Requested A Hearing From The Dmv And Already Contacted A Lawyer. Since This Us W Legal Issue If You Don'T Know What Your Talking About Please Don'T Post. Thanks In Advance.

DUI in Colorado is .08%... However, because he is under 21, he is probably being charged because when under the legal drinking age, they are allowed a max of .02% BAC.

So he will be charged with DUI and/or drinking underage.

I am not a lawyer, but I did a lot of research for my own DUI in Colorado.

And good idea on the hearing at DMV; at least he can put off "automatic" suspension of his driving privileges.

If you are looking for more help with his DUI, I'd recommend...

http://www.findduidefenseattorney.com/dui-first-offense-penalties/

Some good information that helped me.

Trust................................................?
I Have So Many Trust Issues . I Cant Ever Trust Anyone. And I Have Someone That I Love Alot But We Have Alot Of Problems Because I Cant Trust Him. What Can I Do About This?

With trust issues, there is always a perpetrator behind it that made you have trust issues in the first place. There are a few ways to handle it, but you need to ask yourself:

Has he really done anything to make him lose my trust? Because if he's never actually done anything then maybe you need to realize that not everybody will lie, or cheat, or push you around or manipulate you, or whatever it is that caused the issues in the first place, whether it be parents, an old love, an old friend, a religious figure, an idol, etc, etc.

If he has, maybe you have a reason not to trust him. I also have trust issues, and one thing I found is that I don't instill trust in anyone until they earn it, and they show me they deserve it, by being honest with me, by not manipulating me, or making me feel stupid or embarrassed about certain ways I may act out.