What are your rights when a notary has willingly notarized a legal document concerning your son's inheritance and excluding him from the heirs?
You have no rights against a notary. A notary simply certifies that the people who signed the document where the people they said they were and/or that they made the statement or document they are signing. The person you need to talk with is the person who created the document in the first place that is dis-inheriting him. The drafter of the document is who you want.
Is it legal to keep someones belongings if they willingly and knowingly put it in your car and left it there and refuse to pay you money they have owed u for 6 or more months?
My brother doesn't want to live with our mom anymore our stepdad just got out of prison and he is back on drugs again Is there anything i can do to get him back with me?
While there are a number of laws and guidelines surrounding prenuptial agreements, a cohabitation agreement can include (or not include) just about anything you want. This flexibility however means that the enforcement of cohabs are less ensured than it would be for a valid prenup. That said, a cohab does give you some legal standing and if it is entered into willingly and is witnessed and notarized, it will often be treated as a binding…