Asked in Power of Attorney
How do you obtain a Power of Attorney if someone dies and has no will?
The power of attorney represents a living person. You want to be appointed as executor of the estate. Apply with the probate court. ...
Asked in Custody, US Constitution, Lawyers
What can be done to an attorney's firm that represents one person in a custody case and then later represents another person against the first in a different custody case?
File a complaint with the State Supreme Court, not the bar association, which is just an attorneys club. ...
Asked in Definitions
What is an advocate?
The noun 'advocate' is a word for someone who publicly supports or recommends a particular cause or policy; a word for someone who pleads the cause of another in a court of law; a word for a person. The word 'advocate' is also a verb: advocate, advocates, advocating, advocated. ...
How does someone transfer their job as co-executor to another person?
An executor has no authority until they have been appointed by the probate court. The executor must file a resignation with the court that appointed them and the court will appoint a successor. ...
How can a person become power of attorney over a person who is unable to appoint someone?
They will have to apply to the probate court. The court can grant the authority to someone to take care of the estate of the individual. ...
Asked in Marriage
What can you do when someone commits bigamy in state of Florida?
Bigamy is the act of someone marrying a second person while they are married to another. Most cases, the second marriage is considered void, a person can take the bigamist to court over this crime. ...
Asked in Power of Attorney
Can a person give the Power of Attorney they have for someone who is now unconscience to another person due to their own health issues?
They do not have the ability to transfer the power of attorney. A court can appoint a new one. ...
If the admin in a trust moves to another state before executing or probating the trust can another person from out of state perform it?
Only the person appointed by the court can handle a will, trust or inheiritance. If the appointee wishes to give up executor position then the court will assign someone else. In most states the executor does not have to be a resident. ...
What court does someone go to if they lose in the federal district court?
A person would appeal to the US Court of Appeals for that circuit.
Asked in State Laws
Can you represent someone in court if you are not an attorney?
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. ...
Asked in US Constitution
What is Power to block the action of another person?
The power to block the actions of another person given by the court is called an injunction. The court may allow you to enjoin another person's actions while they determine the legality of them. ...
Asked in Civil Cases
Can i sue a person from another state who owes me money in small claims court?
Yes, you can sue a person from another state if that person owes you money. Access your local small claims court to file the lawsuit. ...