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Mother in law''s will

A:  If your sister-in-law is not carrying out the terms of the will, then your wife's recourse is to petition the court to have your sister replaced as executor or, at the least, to account to the court for her actions. The court does not exercise day-to-day oversight of any executor's actions -- it receives and reviews reports (accounting, inventories, etc.) on a schedule specified by law. Thus, it cannot know that something may not be right until it's brought to the court's attention. Your wife should consult a probate attorney with litigation experience in the jurisdiction where probate is taking place....

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does a fourteen year old have the right to decide with which parent he want to live at?

A:  In determining the custody of a child of the marriage, the best interests of the child is the court''s sole consideration. There is a presumption that joint custody would be in the best interests of the child. Among the factors the court will consider in determining the best interests of the child are: 1. The wishes of the child;2. The wishes of the parents;3. Whether either parent has engaged in acts of domestic violence against the child, other parent, or any other person residing with the child..Preference shall not be given to either parent in making custody determinations based upon the sex of the parties....

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Can I be sued for my mother in laws debts?

A:  I wish to inform you that creditor cannot file a suit against the children or spouses of children for amount of loan. In this regard once the person dies then creditor has a remedy that creditor can recover costs from the estate of the deceased but children or spouses of children are not liable for the debts of deceased. Therefore you cannot be held liable. AFF If you never signed for the loan you are not liable!...

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Is my 16 year old daughter emancipated since she just had a baby of her own?

A:  Having a baby does not in and of itself necessarily cause a minor to become emancipated. Rather, a court must find that a minor is 16 years of age or older, capable of living independently and managing his or her own financial affairs....

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Heir died - do heirs family have right to property?

A:  It sounds like your mom was waiting to get that distribution when she died? Therefore, it is a probate asset of hers. You will probably need to open a probate estate (unless you can use a small estate procedure in your state). The property will pass according to state law to her heirs-at-law -- probably her children. See an atty in her last state of residence. Whats state is this in? We''re in Ohio Is this something I can do myself? estate (unless you can use a small estate procedure in your state). The property will pass according to state law to her heirs-at-law -- probably her children. See an atty in her last state of residence. Whats...

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Any Legal Way Out Of Mortgage*..?

A:  You have substantial equity in the prperty. Sell it. Home Guru.... Thanks for reading and replying to my post. You suggested selling the property because I have substantial equity in it. Actually, if you re-read the post, the equity I have (150k) is in the house I live now. On the property in question (duplex) the mortgage is approx 140k, the house (if VERY lucky) might be worth 130K. That''s highly debatable though since the city has recently doubled property taxes, and the average sell time in the area is 8 months+ Thanks, Tony. My response: you are in a good position. Sell the duplex and take the loss. Since you have equity in your primary home residence, take out a small second mortgage to cover the difference....

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Pulled-Over While Uninsured/Unreg'd in Montana - Advice?

A:  It would help if you get the car registered before the court date, and get insurance before then also. A judge takes nothing more serious than someone saying they intend to fix thier mistakes by showing it. If you do not do these things I have mentioned,, who knows what the judge will do, if you do do these things, he may drop the registration charge, and go easier on you for the insurance issue. Good luck to you! OH, don''t bother blaming the parents, he will tell you that it is your responsibility, as a driver, to make sure those things are present in a car you are driving. This is though my past experience (sitting in court over a expired tags ticket, and I saw how the judge handled different stories, he did not like the ones who tried to blame someone else)....

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In Rem claim against real property of dbtr. AFTER discharge

A:  Without more details, facts and documents, the best we can say is that it may be a violation of the discharge injunction or it may not. The case you cited deals with how a creditor can attack a homestead exemption, it does not, in and of itself, grant sanctions of disciplinary action against the attorney. If there was a lien at the time the bankruptcy was filed, the bankruptcy attorney could have filed a motion to remove the lien, normally an additional procedure and an additional charge over and above the basic fee for a bankruptcy. Many debtors choose not to have it done....

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Parents rights over my cell phone?

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what is the importance of software patent in software industry?

A:  Patent is important for it is intended to promote innovation & protection of investments....