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Why Am I Having A Hard Time Finding A Wrongful Death Attorney?
My Mother'S Had Cancer But Her Doctor Said She Was Going To Live. She Had Surgery But She Was Injured Twice During Surgery. The Doctor Lied And Blamed It On The Cancer. Now He'S Covering Up His Negligence. My Mothers Doctor Is Going To Get Away With Murder. I Was Told The Consent Form Excuses The Doctor. My Mother Didn'T Sign The Consent Form To Die, She Believed Her Doctor Was Going To Help Her.
They may believe that you would not win the case. But post your question in the Politics and Government category here on Yahoo Answers in the Law and Ethics and you might get some help there.
Can You Fund An Irrevocable Trust With An Inheritance, After Estate Tax Paid, W/Out Incurring Gift/Other Tax?
Here's The Situation...
Father Of Two Children (Me And Another) Will Be Getting An Inheritance. I Am Not Concerned With The Actual Inheritance Tax With This Question.
We Would Like To Set Up Two Irrevocable Trusts For Myself And My Brother With The Money. We Would Like To Put The Money In One Irrevocable Trust With Brother 1 As The Trustee And Brother 2 As The Beneficiary, And One Irrevocable Trust With Brother 2 As The Trustee And Brother 1 As The Beneficiary. We Would Also Have The Father Having A Limited Right To Both Trusts For Living And Medical Expenses As Needed- By Submitting A Request To One Of The Brothers As Trustee For One Of The Trusts. Obviously Father Wouldn't Have Ability To Autonomously Withdraw Money, As A Purpose Of This Setup Is To Preclude Estate/Gift Taxes When Father Dies Or Becomes Incompetent.
Can An Inheritance Whose Estate Tax Has Been Paid Be Used To Fund An Irrevocable Trust(S) In This Manner Without Additional, Other Than The Estate Tax, Tax Penalty (Concerned About Gift Tax)?
Could The Inheritance Be Paid To The Father And Then Put Into An Irrevocable Trust Immediately? I Presume This Would Incur Gift Tax?
Other Intriguing Option, If The Inheritance Was Issued As Two Checks Made Payable To The Irrevocable Trust, Could The Money, After Paying Estate Taxes, Be Placed Into The Irrevocable Trust(S) Without Additional Tax Penalty? The Theory Is That Nobody Takes Possession Of The Money Other Than The Trust, So There Is No Gift Tax- As It Came Directly From The Already-Taxed Estate.
Can Anyone Advise On This Matter?
The Object Is To Provide For The Two Children But Keeping The Money Safe From Potential Judgments, Creditors, And Divorces.
Does Having Each Brother Be A Trustee For A Separate Trust With The Sole Beneficiary As The Other Brother Successfully Accomplish This?
I'm Most Concerned With The Initial Funding Though- Can You Simply Take Post-Estate-Tax Inheritance And Put It Directly Into The Trust From The Estate's Check Without Incurring Gift Tax? Could The Father Cash The Check And Fund The Trusts With It Without Incurring Gift Tax (I'm Guessing Not)?
Your father needs to see an Estate Planning attorney. However you must realize that the money you are talking about is not yours. And you really have no say over what your father does with his money. If your father is not incompetent, he can set up his trust, revocable or irrevocable, in any way he chooses. The trust income can pay his expenses while passing the principle (or residue if it becomes necessary to use principal to pay for his care) after he passes. If your father is incompetent, then you need to have a conservator named so that his money is safe and to pay for his care. Whether a trust could then be set up by the conservator depends on the laws in your locality. People who fund( put money into) an irrevocable trust don't pay gift tax since the money hasn't really been given yet. Inheritance taxes don't come into play until the person making the trust dies.
Basically, Dad needs to see an Estate Planning Attorney.
Is There Free Or Low Cost Legal Guidence For A Woman Dealing With Custody Issues With Her X?
Contact the Legal Aid office in your area. They will typically do an intake to determine if you qualifiy for services, and if you don't, can lead you to low cost attorneys in your area.
Oh, and on another note- Make sure you are seeking legal advice from an attorney only. Paralegals are not authorized by law to offer legal advice. I would be concerned with any paralegal offering to give you advice.
Why Is There No (Non-)Governmental Organisation In The Us That Provide Legal Assistance For App Developers?
Is There Any Governmental Or Private Organisation In The Us That Help Mobile App Developers With Legal Issues Against For Example Apple Or Google? If Not, Could You Also Explain Why There'S None?
Apps are just another form of software. Software is protected by copyright and patent laws. If you want help with legal issues, you will need the services of an intellectual property attorney.
Lawyer Test: What'S The Difference Between Paying A Debt At Law And Discharging It In Equity?
And Could You Pass The 1934 Bar Exam?
Ever Read Blackstone? All Of Our Founding Fathers Had That In Their Library.....
Discharging the debt in equity. Accepting A lessor amount of payment in the form
of a Stock provision or equity share in a company that owes you money. Just a
wild *** guess. But should be somewhat close.
Paying a debt at law. This deals with creditors Monies owed for services or
products. Again just a wild *** guess. But should be close here to.
More capable of explaining the action behavior of a 2 year old Arabian Colt
who is prone to biting, kicking. and loves to dabble in adverent social behavior.
What Is The Difference Between A Civil Law, And A Criminal Law?
How Are Violators Treated Differently?
In common, civil and criminal law are defined to allow people to know when something right or wrong has been done. However, civil law includes simple things like proper way to file for a divorce or apply for a marriage license. Civil law tells you how to run for office, how to register as a voter, how to file complaints against a governmental agency. Those are items of civil law. However, civil law can also be the basis of a trial sometimes.
When you get to trials, civil law is the set of laws used when someone is monetarily or otherwise injured by another, and the injured party doesn't want to press charges. Instead, the injured party seeks some form of restitution. Civil laws are the basis for lawsuits, torts, and various actions that lead to either monetary awards or specific types of legal orders. When a civil injunction has been filed, violating the terms of the injunction becomes a criminal act, Contempt of Court, but otherwise, there is jail time and not civil fine associated with a civil action (usually no fine, anyway.)
Criminal law, on the other hand, seeks to punish someone for an action. By tradition, criminal law is used when someone is injured physically, or when property has been damaged, or somene has been killed. Murder, robbery, assault, kidnapping, theft, etc. - all things that involve criminal harm.
When you lose a case under civil law, there is no criminal record of the action, but there is a record of a civil judgement against you. Losing a civil case doesn't send you to jail unless you violate the terms of the judgement.
When you lose a case under criminal law, there is a criminal record of the action and you might face fines, penalties, or jail time. You can be arrested for the act if it is illegal under criminal law.
If you want the short memory aid, civil trial law is all about restitution, whereas criminal law is all about retribution.