Misused means something used incorrectly or someone treated unfairly.
The father is responsible for filing the return. One of the reasons someone appoints a power of attorney is to take care of such things.
A collection attorney has many tasks that they perform. A collection attorney is responsible to contact those responsible of owing money to someone or a company, and working on how that person will pay the money. After how is worked out, the collection attorney keeps track of the payments and if any are missed, will visit or contact the person.
The court will appoint someone as executor. They often use a bank or attorney to handle the matters.
The word disgruntled means dissatisfied, discontented, or upset, and is notably used for a disgruntled ex-employee, to mean someone who feels misused and may still harbor ill will against a previous employer.
The power of attorney ends with the death of the grantor. Someone will open an estate in order to settle the debts.
Anyone can act as a power of attorney for someone else. You do not have to be an attorney
No, a power of attorney form is the only way to distinguish if a person has power of attorney rights over someone else.
describing what someone is doing and thinking
Not legally. A power of attorney represents a living person. After their death, the will and its appointed executor are responsible.
It does not make sense that someone would have to pay an attorney tax. If someone needs the counsel of a tax attorney, that is another matter. A tax attorney handles issues around tax and the IRS.
Well a computer could be misused for many of reasons. Such as, using it for stuff it is not intended for. Hitting someone with it would be misuse. Hitting it, throwing it, plus a few more here and there.
No, they only are allowed to sign papers and act in place of that person in legal matters.
No they cannot do so. A power of attorney only applies to a living person.
Yes, a person can choose to be represented in court by someone who is not a licensed attorney. An attorney is better suited to help in court since they know the laws.
No they will not be able to access funds. A power of attorney expires on the death of the grantor.
If someone sues you, you will need to hire an attorney. An attorney can represent you in a court and make sure your best interests are served.
If someone is incapacitated and cannot execute a power of attorney then someone must petition the court to be appointed a legal guardian or conservator.
In most cases all the debts of the deceased are the responsibility of the estate. If someone was also a co-signer on any of the agreements might also be responsible. Consult a probate attorney in your jurisdiction for help.
You can represent yourself or have an attorney.
When someone dies and leaves a will, it does not always state who has power of attorney. To gain power of attorney, one would need to complete a form, naming the person they wish to pass power of attorney to.
The debts of the deceased are the responsibility of the estate. The estate would pay the cost of an attorney. If the estate has no assets, the attorney would require someone to pay them for their services.
Giving someone "power of attorney".
You need to have the situation reviewed by an attorney. Your release may not be legally effective and the attorney must hear the details.You need to have the situation reviewed by an attorney. Your release may not be legally effective and the attorney must hear the details.You need to have the situation reviewed by an attorney. Your release may not be legally effective and the attorney must hear the details.You need to have the situation reviewed by an attorney. Your release may not be legally effective and the attorney must hear the details.
An attorney in fact is someone who acts for another person. To do this, he or she must hold a power of attorney from the person for whom they are acting.