Can the last surviving male of a family be sent to war?
Yes, if they choose, but they cannot be drafted. The Selective Service Law does provide a provision for "Sole Durviving Son or Brother" it means that if a family has alreadry lost a son in military service, every effort will be made to protect the remaining family members.
How do you file for divorce when the absent spouse's whereabouts are unknown and they are in a different state?
You should inquire at your local family court for the rules in your jurisdiction. The divorce can proceed. Generally, notice can be published in the local newspaper and sent to the last known address. You should inquire at your local family court for the rules in your jurisdiction. The divorce can proceed. Generally, notice can be published in the local newspaper and sent to the last known address. You should inquire at your local family…
Often the term "memorials preferred" is followed by the name of a charity or foundation. That is where the family prefers any gifts of money to be sent. When none is mentioned, the giver can choose where to send the gift. When it goes to the family, it's commonly used for funeral expenses or trusts for any surviving children.
In Florida what should the surviving spouse do about the credit card debt of a deceased spouse that was sent to collections if there was no estate?
If the account was joint then the surviving spouse is responsible for the debt. If the account was held solely by the deceased spouse the surviving spouse is NOT responsible for the debt and is not legally obligated to repay such nor to correspond with the creditor or collector. If the surviving spouse so chooses he or she may inform the collector that the account holder is deceased and also inform the collector that they…