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Please Help!! Real Estate, Probate, And Attorney Question?
I Live In California. My Grandmother Passed Away 20 Years Ago In 1992. 6 Years Ago My Jerk Uncle Decided To Sue My Mom For My Grandmother'S House. My Mom Passed Away Last Year. I'M An Only Child, And Have To Keep Going To Probate Court To Represent My Dead Mother On Her Behalf.
Now Please Let Me Clarify. The House, Purchased By My Grandparents Was A Land Sale Contract, When Means They (Now I) Will Never Get Title To It Until It Is Completely Paid Off. They Bought It In1962, It Cost $19,000, Mortgage Payments Are Low I Admit, But I Still Owe The Mortgage Co. $8,000. No, There Is No 2Nd Mortgage I Don'T Know About, I'Ve Contacted The Mortgage Company And They Say It'S Not Paid Off Due To &Quot;Impounds&Quot; (Taxes, Insurance, Etc.). Now, I'M Not A Stupid Woman, I'Ve Done The Research, I'M A Pre-Law Student, And According To The Math, The House Should Have Been Paid Off In 1995. Several Attorneys Told My Mom And I That They Wouldn'T Take The Probate Case Against My Uncle, But Would Be More Than Happy To Sue The Mortgage Company, Get The Title In Her Name, The House Paid Off, And Some Money Back, All Without Costing Her A Dime. She Declined, Saying That She Didn'T Want To &Quot;Rock The Boat&Quot; And &Quot;The Mortgage Company Has Been Good With Us.&Quot; Now That She'S Not Here I Must Make This Decision On My Own, And I Plan To Sue Them. I'Ve Nothing Left To Lose.
Back To My Uncle. My Grandmother, 15 Years Before Her Death, Wrote And Had Notarized A Request For Joint Tenancy Agreement, Leaving The House To Only Her And My Mother. In The State Of Ca, This Is Supposed To Be Stronger Than A Will, As Joint Tenancy Is Created In Order To Avoid Probate. Second, My Uncle Has Never Lived In The House, Nor Contributed Financially At All - My Mother And I (Now Just I) Have Paid Everything In Regards To This House, Which I Have Proven To The Court System Through My Bank Statements,Receipts, Mortgage And Ins. Payments, Etc). My Mother And I Have Lived Here My Entire Life (I'M 31) And Since She Was 8 (She Passed Last Year At Age 56).
I Think The Problem Is Is That He Has Had An Attorney Since 2006, And My Mom, Nor I, Could Afford One. Otherwise I Have A Feeling This Convoluted Case Would Be Thrown Out.
Two Weeks Ago, My Uncle'S Attorney Sent A Letter That Placed An Involuntary Lien Against The House. All Documents From His Attorney Still Come Addressed To My Mom, Even Though They Know That She'S Gone. How Can I Stop This Involuntary Lien? Please Help Me! Please.
Also, I'Ve Submitted The Request For Joint Tenancy Into The Probate Court, But It Seems To Have Had No Effect At All. Please Help, And Thank You In Advance.
The joint tenancy does not replace a will and not does void probate. Your uncle is entitled to a portion of his mothers estate, that is clear. You can't remove the lien until he withdraws his claim to his portion of the property or a judge rules on it. A judge is NOT going to award you 100% of the proprety, that would violate the law.
Your mothers estate also has to probate before you have any claim.
Can Anyone Recommend A Good Lawyer For Wrongful Death Suit In Chicago?
A Relative Passed Away Recently--She Had Respiratory Complications, And Thanks To The Incompetence Of Two Sets Of Paramedics (First Pair Were From A Private Ambulance Company, Second Were Chicago Fire Dept Paramedics), She Wasn'T Treated For Her Symptoms, And She Didn'T Make It To The Hospital Before She Passed. Thanks In Advance.
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Small Auto Injuries Claim In Fremont Ca Alameda County, How Much Should The Pain And Suffering Be??
I Got Into A Car Accident A Few Months Ago, The Other Person Is At Fault, His Insurance Is Geico And I Already Got The Medical Treatments; My Medical Bills Came Out To Be $2000 (Out Of My Own Pocket). The Car Damage Came Out To Be $1300 Which Geico Paid. But Geico Only Offers $500 Settlement For Medical Treatments, Pain & Suffering, Which I Did Not Settle. I'M Gonna Go File Through Small Claim Court In Alameda County, Any Suggestion On How Much My Pain And Suffering Should Be? Thx Guys!
You should get a personal injury attorney to represent you because you should NEVER be settling for less than the actual cost of your medical treatments resulting from an accident that wasn't your fault. Geico is trying to screw you over because you don't have anyone representing you.
When I was in an accident, I was offered an additional $1500 for my pain/inconvenience on top of my medical bills, which were also around $2000. Don't go through small claims because you won't be able to have an attorney. Tell Geico they either give you the full amount of your medical costs (why were you paying out of pocket anyway? Usually this is set up through the insurance company of the person who hit you) or else you will hire an attorney and take this to court, which would cost them an awful lot more than $2000....
See a PI attorney for a consultation. In these cases you don't pay anything unless you win.
Hey I saw your response so here's mine: Speak to another attorney!! The one you talked to just didn't want your case, so find one who will take it. Maybe he only goes after huge cases. You have to interview attorneys until you find a decent one you feel comfortable with.
As for paying the medical up front, Geico should have been doing that from the beginning, not you OR your insurance company. They should have sent you to doctors they have deals with (and Geico being so huge, there will be lots of them) that will see you and bill Geico for it, not you. Look under the yellow pages for "attorneys - personal injury" and make an appt to see a couple of them. What the heck, the consult's free. As for pain & suffering, it really varies on your injuries, but you don't get much in CA anymore, maybe $1000-$2000 above your medical expenses, but again, ask a PI attorney. Usually you get a lot more money rewarded when you have an attorney. PI attorneys do take 1/3rd of your reward, but if Geico is shafting you, it would pay to get one anyway.
Which Laptop(Under $750.00) Would Be Best For Doing Legal Research?
I Need To Buy One Before Next Semester; I'Ll Be Taking 4 Law Classes And 1 Access Dbma Class.
ANY laptop under your price cap will do nicely for legal research.
What do you think that you need? More importantly, why do you think you need what you think you need?
Let's look at this. You need the ability to get online, and you need the ability to type, and you need the ability to save what you type, and you need the ability to print what you type. Getting online is all about having an internet connection... and that has nothing to do with your laptop. Typing... well, all laptops have keyboards. Saving your documents... is something you can do on any laptop. Printing all depends on whether or not you get a printer, and has nothing to do with what laptop you get.
So. If you were to look around EBay, or Craigslist, or your local newspaper, and you were able to find a laptop from 8 to 9 years ago, and it had Windows 2000 on it... that would work just fine. You would be able to get online with it, and it comes with Windows Write (a basic word processor), and you could purchase any one of a number of printers at Target or Walmart... and there you would be, all ready to do your legal research.
You could also walk into Best Buy and purchase the lowest priced laptop they have in the store at the time, and it will do everything you need. You could go to http://www.bestbuy.com and order the cheapest laptop they have available online (since they have inexpensive ones online that they do not have in the stores). You could buy your laptop at Walmart. You could buy a $200 laptop from http://www.geeks.com and it would do what you needed to do.
Which brings me back to my original questions to you... why do you think you need more than the most basic of laptops? What are you not saying?
Father Receiving Joint Custody?
What Would Be Reasons That A Father Would Not Receive Joint Custody Of His 2 1/2 Year Old Daughter.
Besides The Obvious Like Being Abusive, Bad Record, Just All Around Bad Person.
What Would Make The Court Decide That A Father Cannot Have Time To See His Daughter With Joint Custody In Arizona?
Are you talking about joint legal or joint physical custody? These are two different things.
Generally the court will not give joint physical custody of a child under the age of five. Research has found that it is not good for young children to be passed back and forth between two different homes/two different beds unless the parents have agreed to do this. Judges tend to give very liberal visitation, though.
But unless the father is abusive TO THE CHILD (it is not enough that the father may have had a history of abuse with the mother), the father WILL get joint legal custody.
Local Imigration Lawyer In Nc?
Any Information On A Local Immigration Lawyer In Nc?