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Guardianship With Putting A Name On An Account,With The Guardian Paper W/O The 2Nd Page That Says Medical Only
I Asked This Question, But I'M Going To Rephrase It. According To Va And Ssdi Laws And Policy. The Check Issued Must Match What Is On The Bank Account The Paper Must Be Filled Out Ever Year And Submitted. I Know Someone Who Went To The Bank To There Name On The Account. The Second Co-Guardian With The Second Piece Of Paper Says They Can Only Make A Medical Decision When The First Guardian Is Not Around On It Forbids And Finances. This Person Only Took The First Page To The Bank And The Bank Put Her Name On It Now Will Not Remove.
Do We Have To Bring Her To Court And The Bank To Have The Name Removed Or Just Get The Documentation?
If Someone Could Give Me A Detailed Answer I Would Be Most Grateful. Thank You For You Time Reading This Question.
"Guardianship with putting a name on an account,with the guardian paper w/o the 2nd page that says medical only. I asked this question, but i'm going to rephrase it. According to VA and SSDI laws and policy. The check issued must match what is on the bank account the paper must be filled out ever year and submitted. I know someone who went to the bank to there name on the account. The second co-guardian with the second piece of paper says they can only make a medical decision when the first guardian is not around on it forbids and finances. This person only took the first page to the bank and the bank put her name on it now will not remove. Do we have to bring her to court and the bank to have the name removed or just get the documentation? If someone could give me a detailed answer I would be most grateful. Thank you for you time reading this question."
The quick answer to your question is "Take the complete guardianship documentation to the bank."
A guardian authorized to act on behalf of that person is entitled to contact the bank to correct the situation. (And anybody can inform a bank about potential fraud with one of their accounts-- they just shouldn't expect to get any information about it back from the bank.) And once the bank finds out that the co-guardian was not actually authorized by law to change the parties on the account, the bank should correct the error and flag the account so that it doesn't happen again.
If the bank refuses to correct the situation, don't take no for an answer. Go over the branch managers head and contact the bank officer in charge of fraud and loss prevention and contact the bank officer in charge of deposit accounts. Send written notice-- via certified mail with return receipt requested (and put the "Article Number" from the return receipt on the letter). (Keep copies.) Once the bank has been informed of the unauthorized access to financial accounts, the bank will become liable for any unauthorized withdrawals while you try to fix the problem.
Additionally, you can send the complete guardianship papers to the VA and the SSA fraud units explaining what's going on and asking that they intervene to prevent the potential misappropriation of their disbursed funds.
Lastly, try to get new guardianship papers produced that keep all pertinent information to one page or that indicate on the first page that limitations are found on page two. And if the co-guardian continues to behave poorly, consider seeking court assistance in changing the guardanship situation to something more appropriate.
[This is not legal advice. You should consult a licensed attorney-at-law for legal advice or representation before making decisions that may affect your legal rights.]
Change Child Adoption Laws?
How Could Someone Go About Changing A Child Adoption Law? My Niece, Who Is Addicted To Methamphetamine, Just Gave Her 5 Year Old Up For Adoption To A Private Couple Without Consulting Anyone In The Family. The Child'S Father Is A Convicted Child Molester, And Does Not Want To Fight For His Rights, So He Signed The Adoption Papers Also. All The Attorneys Are Saying The Parents Have The Rights, We Don'T Have Any, But The Child Has Also Been In Our Family As Well, In Our Care. We Have Kept The Child For Her On Numerous Occasions, When We Felt The Child Was Unsafe With Her Mother. We Should Have Turned Her Into Cps, But We Felt Like As Long As The Child Was In Our Custody, We Loved The Mother, We Always Hoped To Give Her The Chance To Clean Up, It Never Happened - She Got Arrested, The Child Was With Her At The Time, The Child Went Into Foster Care, And The Mother And Father Signed Thier Rights Off. How Can We Add A Loophole For Extended Family Members Rights? Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, Grand Parents, Ect???
Contact your state legislator about changing the law.
But, you also need to understand that the extended family have no legal responsibility or obligation to the child. Changing the adoption laws could open a whole 'nother can of worms. If extended family have to sign off on adoption, then they can also be held responsible to pay child support. I you have an emotional bond to the child, but it has no bearing with the law.
Contact a family law attorney to see how you can adopt the child as your own.
How Do I Find A Personal Injury Lawyer In Minnesota?
Definitely look in the yellow pages. Or even online at www.dexonline.com
Federal Labor Law Attorney?
I Have A Friend In Ca That Needs An Attorney Specializing In Federal Labor Law. He Works For A Federal Law Enforcement Agency And Is Using An Attorney Here On The East Coast. This Is Costing Him Alot Of Money And He'D Like To Find Someone Locally. He Is In La. Anyone Have Any Recommendations?
Go to the phone book. Call the local (usually county) bar association. Ask them if they have an "Attorney Referral Service" and/or ask them if they could give you some names of attorneys that specialize in federal labor law.
How Flexible Is A Probate Court In California?
Both My Parents Are In Their 80'S And Don'T Have Living Wills. I Know, I Know. But It'S Tough To Insist When They Are So Close To The End Of Their Lives. Anyway, They Aren'T Legally Married But Share A Home And Some Rentals. Some Things Are Owned Together, Some As Sole Proprietor. Will The Court Let Us Kids Decide What Is Best For The Survivor Or Will It Still Be A Long, Expensive Process?
No, the court will not allow the kids to decide.
A living will -- also known as an advanced medical directive -- determines how medical decisions are made if the person is not capable of making them themselves. Despite its name, it has nothing to do with a will that governs property distribution after death.
A testamentary will -- which governs property distribution after death -- allows the person to specify how they want their property to be handled.
Absent a testamentary will, the court is required to follow the existing laws (called "intestate succession") that determine how property gets distributed.
A will can be created very cheaply -- there are forms they can download and fill out. But if they don't do that -- the court will have to follow what the law requires -- and neither the survivor nor the kids have any say in that.
Family Court For Joint Custody.?
So I Had A Question. Me And My Sons Mom &Quot;9 Months &Quot; Old Have Been Doing Good Id Watch Him Every Monday - Thursday. N I Recently Found Some Stuff Out Where I Believe He Couldn'T Be Mine. So I Asked For Paternity N She Started Acting Weird Pushed Me Away Last Time I Seem Him Was On Xmas. But The Question Is Even If Someone Has There Medical Marijuana Card Are They Fit To Watch An Infant ? Because Her Dad Watches Him And Smokes All Day. Could I Bring This Issue Up With The Mediator ? Because She Wants Me To Watch Him Weekends Friday - Saturday When I Work Weekends And She Goes To School Monday - Thursday And Her Dad Watches Him Monday - Thursday. So What Time Is She Really Spending With Him ? Could I Bring All This Up And Would They Consider It. Oh And I Have Texts Were She Told Me She Wanted Weekends To Hang Out With Friends. They Way I See Is She Aint Really Going To Be Spending Time With Him If It Goes This Way.
1. you don't need to ask her for a DNA test. go to court and file a paternity case asking for a DNA test from the judge. she will have no say and be under court order to do it.
2. the cards are legal but most judges still are not on board so yes and no it can be used against them in court. they cannot outright punish someone for having one but i have seen judges ask the smoker how much/often (usually they say just a little or whatever there prescription is for) then the judge orders (or you can ask it be ordered) they take a drug test that day to check thier THC level. if the level comes back higher then the court was told to expect the it will be used against them.