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Power Of Attorney Probate Law?
Who Would Be First To Have Power Of Attorney Over My Fathers Estate? Me Aged 22 His Mother Or My Sister Aged 25?, Is Age Relevant? Also I Think They Done Have Already Done So Without Contacting Me First Which I Am Upset About.
You don't get a power of attorney over someone's estate. You are either appointed by the will or by the court to serve as the estate's administrator. If your sister has already been named the administrator or executrix, then you would need to prove to the court that she is unfit to carry out those duties and that they should assign those duties to you. Age will likely be irrelevant as you're both legally adults.
As far as you being upset about them not contacting you prior to your sister being appointed, there's no remedy for that as they are not required to contact you. It is up to you to petition to become the administrator if one is not appointed by the will.
I'M A First Year Law Student In South Africa...?
My Subjects Are Introduction To Legal Studies
Law Of Persons An Introduction To South African Family Law. I Would Like To Know Form Law Students In Other Countries What Their Subjects Are.
Good luck with that! I did that same sh*t 15 years ago at the University of Stellenbosch. The only good thing that came from it, was that I realized I had a knack for languages. I'm a language practitioner now and can speak 5 of the 8 languages I studied while doing my Law Studies. In SA you need to know a few languages to practice Law. As your professors might have pointed out to you. You also need to do some Accounting courses.
These were the courses I followed for the first year:
Private Law (Persons and Family)
Accounting for Law Students
I did three years of Law Studies and eventually got my degree the year after in Languages. I now speak Korean and German as well. In my second year I did more language courses, because I knew I was never gonna make it in Law. My marks were too low.
Can You Sue An Attorney For Malpractice?
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February Or Early March Of This Year I Went To See An Attorney About A Divorce. He Agreed To Do The Divorce For $300 And Was Paid A $150 Deposit. He Said Our 90 Waiting Period Will Begin The Next Day.
90 Days Later We Went In To Sign Our Agreements. He Then Stated He Would Take The Divorce Before The Judge Tomorrow (This Was Sometime In May), And We Would Be Divorced In A Few Weeks. He Said Id Receive Papers In The Mail At My Moms Which I Never Did, Btw.
A Month Passed (Its Now June) And I Didn'T Hear Anything So I Called Him. He Stated There Was Nothing Else To Do But Wait. I Waited Another Month And Called Again And Got The Same Response. Same Thing Again Next Month (Aug). In October I Drove To His Office And Seen Him Walking Outside. I Asked Whats Taking So Long And He Said There Was Nothing Else To Do But Wait.
The Beginning Of November I Called The Courthouse Myself To See What Was Going On. Get This: My Divorce Was Never Filed! He Never Filed!
I Have A Savings Plan Within My Health Care Account, And Had It Costs Me An Extra About $300 A Month To Have Her On My Insurance. Had I Been Divorced When I Was Supposed To, Id Of Received About $1800 Plus It Will Cost Me About $1200 More If I Am Divorced In About 4 More Months From Now.
What Makes Matters Even Worse Is My Wife Now Says She Refuses To Sign. Now I Am Going To Be Married To Her Even Longer With A Fight On My Hands Because Of This Guy.
Can I Sue This Guy For Malpractice? Advice?
short answer is yes, you can sue for malpractice, and what you describe here certainly amounts to malpractice.
Here is the thing though - are you sure you weren't supposed to pay the remaining 150 before he would file? That will likely be his defense. Read your retainer agreement closely, and if you still feel confident start by filing a complaint with the Bar in your state.
Home Office Has Rejected Family Visitor Visa For My Sister In Law:Need Help?
Home Office Has Rejected Family Visitor Visa For My Sister In Law:
She Has Shown Her As Unemployed And I Have Giving Her The Sponsorship Letter. She Has Not Mentioned About How She Is Being Supported In India (Financially).
Home Office Has Given The Reason That U Have No Supporting Proof In India And We Think That You Are Going Through A Financial Crisis And That Y U Are Coming To Uk , Probably Will Not Go Back.
Now We Are Appealing Again For Her Visa, We Will Be Sending Her Parents Bank Statement And House Agreement To Show That She Is Being Supported By Them In India And In No Financial Crisis! Should We Also She Now That She Is Working And Produce A Noc From Her Company (She Has Shown Her As Unemployed In Initial Application).
Please Advice What To Do In This Case
Date She Applied For Visa: 30Th April 2010
Date Response Came From Home Office: 27Th May 2010
Date She Is Planning To Appeal Against The Decision: 5Th June 2010
Please Help And Advice What Should We Produce/Show To Uk Home Office In The Appeal?
If she's working just prove her employment. Most nations don't consider an adult living with her parents to be "self-supporting". I know India's ideas of family differ from those in Britain. But if she wants to go to the UK she's going to have to play by Home Office rules.
Question Regarding Prom Weekend At The Shore! Need Legal Advice!?
I'M Going To Shore Next Weekend After Prom With My Friends. We Rented A Very Nice Looking Shore House In Ocean City, Nj. Recently, However, The Landlord Of The House Told Us That A Man Living Across The Street Hates Kids And Called The Cops Repeatedly Last Weekend And Complained That The Kids Were Being Very Loud, When In Reality, The Kids Were Trying To Mind Their Own Business. They Did Bring Alcohol With Them, So When The Cops Got There, They Seized The Alcohol And Some Of The Kids Had To Go To Court...
So The Issue Is This... Is It Legal For The Man Across The Street To Lie To The Police By Saying We'Re Being Too Loud, Just So The Police Come There And Find The Alcohol And Ruin The Kids Weekend?
Are The Police Legally Allowed To Come Inside The House?
Somebody Please Help Me Out There
It is legal for the man across the street to call the cops if he thinks the kids are being too loud in his subjective opinion.
It is illegal for the kids to be in possession of alcohol.
It is legal for the cops to ruin the kids' weekend.
It is legal for the cops to come into the house if the kids let them in or if they have probable cause to believe that a crime is being committed, such as that there are kids in possession of alcohol.
BTW, the kids did not just "have to go to court." They were charged with offenses, conviction of which could prevent them from getting student loans or could even get any college acceptances withdrawn.
You kids can still have your party and just not drink. Then your only concern is the cops getting angry at the noise. You can also have a party without blasting your music. It's very possible to have fun without being drunk and playing loud music. Just a thought.
When And Why Did Drunk Driving Laws Start?
This Seems To Be A Rather Modern Occurrence. My Parents Tell That In The 70'S Some Cops Would Call For A Ride, Or Tell You To Be Careful If You Weren'T Too Far Gone. Now, No Cop In His Right Mind Would Let Someone Go. What Specifically Changed This? Was There A Major Lawsuit That I Missed?
Drunk driving has been a crime since there have been cars. It was not treated so seriously in the 1970s. There were several things that changed around then. In my town, a drunk who was told to go home, instead drove off and killed some innocent people. Another drunk died in his car after being told to sleep it off. Those sort of things then to have an affect, and then when it becomes serious in one town, that tends to spread to the nearby towns. I have no guesses how it changed in your part of the world.