If your legal guardian gives you a present, is it legally yours? I have a buddy of mine whos moving out without his legal guardian knowing due to abuse and what not and there are a few gifts such as a computer and a Wii U which he wants to take with him which he has had a while. Both are OBVIOUSLY just his as only his name are on them, etcetera. Could he get in trouble for taking them with him when he sneaks out to move out? Are they legally HIS?
My friend’s father recently passed away, my question is, there is not a living will present and he has four cars that were in his name and a bank account or two and I was wondering what she has to do in order to get everything put in her name? Is this something an attorney has to do or can she do it on her own? If she has do do it on her own, where should she start? ( Topeka,Kansas)
Before my Mother recently passed away, she added a sister’s name to the deed of the house, joint tenancy with right of survivorship. Sister is claiming, with her attorney’s backing, that the house, property AND contents is now hers, by virtue of the phrase on the deed “Together with all the tenements, hereditaments, and appurtenances thereto belonging or in anywise appertaining.” How can I fight this? Everyone knows Mother intended for her possessions to be shared amongst all 3 siblings.
I’m 19 and I have a child. When I was younger my parents gave my grandmother $4500 to put away from me in my name with her as the custodian to the account. She refuses to give it back to me now, and says I can’t do anything about it until I turn 21. Does the fact that I’m a mother & an independent compromise that at all? And if not, how can I fight for my money?
Can someone that works at a bank, handle financial affairs for a member, i.e. Power Of Attorney, etc?