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Richard Samuel Price
You'll have to file a motion to set aside the default quickly.  If you were mailed a notice of entry of judgment, then you have two months to file.  If not, then you have six months to file.
You'll have to file a motion to set aside the default quickly.  If you were mailed a notice of entry of judgment, then you have two months to... Read More

my fathers estate

Answered 7 hours ago by attorney Richard Samuel Price | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Trusts and Estates

Richard Samuel Price
For a probate petition, attorney fees are not paid until the end of the case when the property is distributed.  You'll only have to front the costs, which are not expensive.  Try reaching out to a probate attorney to discuss.
For a probate petition, attorney fees are not paid until the end of the case when the property is distributed.  You'll only have to front the... Read More

Can I set up my own TOD for my house?

Answered 7 hours ago by attorney Richard Samuel Price | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Estate Planning

Richard Samuel Price
The preferred method is to set up a trust, and transfer your home to the trust.  Transfer on death deeds are brand new for 2016 in California, and title companies are not insuring them right away after passing.  There's also a very good chance that you will leave your estate without a... Read More
The preferred method is to set up a trust, and transfer your home to the trust.  Transfer on death deeds are brand new for 2016 in California,... Read More
Richard Samuel Price
If an affidavit under probate code 13100 doesn't work, then you'll have to file a petition for probate with the probate court to admit the will, and get appointed as the executor so that you can collect that money.
If an affidavit under probate code 13100 doesn't work, then you'll have to file a petition for probate with the probate court to admit the will, and... Read More
Richard Samuel Price
Yes, it is possible for someone to challenge the validity of a will.  You'll have to oppose that.  Get an attorney.
Yes, it is possible for someone to challenge the validity of a will.  You'll have to oppose that.  Get an attorney.
Richard Samuel Price
Where you damanged at all?  You only mention that an account was liquidated, but what happened to the money?  The fiduciary should have wide discretion to invest the money in the best interests of the beneficiaries.
Where you damanged at all?  You only mention that an account was liquidated, but what happened to the money?  The fiduciary should have... Read More
Richard Samuel Price
California law presumes that someone is of sound mind when they make a will.  Even if sometimes the person is not of sound mind, and sometimes they are of sound mind, California law presumes that they created the will at a time when they were of sound mind.  This presumption can only be... Read More
California law presumes that someone is of sound mind when they make a will.  Even if sometimes the person is not of sound mind, and sometimes... Read More

Contract breach for out of state vendor

Answered 7 hours ago by attorney Richard Samuel Price | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Contracts

Richard Samuel Price
You can file a lawsuit in California to sue a company headquartered in another state, so long as there is general or specific personal jurisdiction over that company.  Most likely, a California court will find personal jurisdiction over a global company.  You can sue them and then serve... Read More
You can file a lawsuit in California to sue a company headquartered in another state, so long as there is general or specific personal jurisdiction... Read More
Richard Samuel Price
Look up the doctrine of privity of contract.  There is a related doctrine of privity of estate.
Look up the doctrine of privity of contract.  There is a related doctrine of privity of estate.
Mr Robert W. Hughes, Jr.
Notify the bank immediately that your mother passed away and ask that her accounts be frozen.  if your sister is listed on the accounts with your mother, the money probably belongs to your sister . 
Notify the bank immediately that your mother passed away and ask that her accounts be frozen.  if your sister is listed on the accounts with... Read More
David R. Hartwig
Either pay the arrears or work out some kind of plan to reduce of forgive the arrears.   Should you want assistance in seeing what can be worked out, feel free to contact me directly.
Either pay the arrears or work out some kind of plan to reduce of forgive the arrears.   Should you want assistance in seeing what can be... Read More
David B. Harrison
Colorado law requires that a person arrested for a domestic violence offense remain in custody until they can physically be taken before a judge to set bond and also so the judge can explain that they are ordered to have NO CONTACT with the alleged victim.  That means your son will not be able... Read More
Colorado law requires that a person arrested for a domestic violence offense remain in custody until they can physically be taken before a judge to... Read More
Joseph Isaac Lipsky
We are sorry to hear of your brother's situation.  As medical malpractice attorneys help injured victims on a contingent fee basis, neither you nor your brother will have to come out of pocket for any attorney's fees or expenses to pursue a case.  We suggest you contact an experienced... Read More
We are sorry to hear of your brother's situation.  As medical malpractice attorneys help injured victims on a contingent fee basis, neither you... Read More
Mitchell Lloyd Feldman
If you are on narcotic pain medication there could be  safety reason.  but, the employer has an obligation to  attempt to accomodate any work restrictions from a disability, but not necessarily from the surgery/injury.  You should avail yourself to FMLA and any std if available.... Read More
If you are on narcotic pain medication there could be  safety reason.  but, the employer has an obligation to  attempt to accomodate... Read More

Medical errors

Answered 20 hours ago by attorney Mitchell Lloyd Feldman | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Medical Malpractice

Mitchell Lloyd Feldman
If your mom died, unless there is a surviving spouse, there is no claim that can be brought for medical negligence.  However, you can report the situation to the florida department of health and they will investigate.  If there is a surviving spouse or dependent child, but at age 78... Read More
If your mom died, unless there is a surviving spouse, there is no claim that can be brought for medical negligence.  However, you can report the... Read More
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