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Can A Will Have Two Executors?

The parents of Child 1 and Child 2 changed their will to appoint Child 2 as executor, rather than Child 1. Child 1 is very upset. Can the parents name both Child 1 and Child 2 as excutors of the will?

01/05/2007   |   Category: Wills and Estates   |   State: Alabama   |   #128

Can you collect child support if you were not married to child's father?

Jane and Tom were only dating when Jane became pregnant with Tom's child. Since the birth of the child, Jane and Tom are no longer dating. Jane is not able to raise the child on her own without the financial support of Tom. Jane has been contemplating whether she has the legal right to seek support from Tom, though they have never been married. Can Jane get support for her chi...

01/05/2007   |   Category: Paternity   |   State: Alabama   |   #127

Can child have estate reopened if will was found at attorney that was to be executed?

The estate of Parent A has been closed via formal proceeding. Two years later, Child 2 of the decedent finds a will at the attorney's office devising all of Parent A's estate to him. The will was to be executed the week the decedent died. Can Child 2 contest the formally closed estate proceeding?

01/05/2007   |   Category: Wills and Estates   |   State: Alabama   |   #126

When an how much can a landlord raise the rent?

The tenants of XYZ Apartments just received notice that Landlord will be increasing the rent in 30 days. Tenant A is a month-to-month tenant who is outraged by the rent increase and thinks that it is unlawful and refuses to pay it. Tenant B has a lease agreement with Landlord, and assumes that the rent increase must be complied with. Can Landlord raise the rent on XYZ Apartment...

01/05/2007   |   Category: Landlord Tenant   |   State: Alabama   |   #125

Is a Power of Attorney enough to be able to sell the home of the deceased if there is a mortgage?

Person A named Person B general Power of Attorney. Person B had been caring for Person A who just recently became deceased. The Power of Attorney has a clause stating "This Power of Attorney is not affected by the subsequent disability of the principal." Person B is now wanting to sell the home in which Person A once lived in before they had died. The bank holds the deed to the...

01/05/2007   |   Category: Power of Attorney   |   State: Alabama   |   #123

What legal documents can be used in decisions regarding medical treatment?

A person wants to prepare for the possibility that he might be incapable of making decisions regarding his own health care treatment at some point, and he is unsure of what options he might have. What documents can he prepare to be assured that his decisions regarding medical treatment will be followed?

01/05/2007   |   Category: Power of Att... » Health Care ...   |   State: Alabama   |   #122

What forms are needed if you might be incapable of making decisions regarding your own health care?

A person wants to prepare for the possibility that he might be incapable of making decisions regarding his own health care treatment at some point, and he is unsure of what options he might have. What documents can he prepare to be assured that his decisions regarding medical treatment will be followed?

03/26/2007   |   Category: Power of Att... » Health Care ...   |   State: Alabama   |   #121

How Do I get custody of my niece's baby since she does not take care of her?

How can I get custody of my niece's three month old baby on the grounds that she stays out of town, is on drugs days at a time, and does not provide for the child?

01/04/2007   |   Category: Divorce » Child Custody   |   State: North Carolina   |   #120

How do I garnish my ex-husband for my alimony?

I need to file a petition and an order to have my alimony garnished from my ex-husband's paycheck. How can I go about doing this without an attorney?

01/04/2007   |   Category: Divorce » Separation A...   |   State: Tennessee   |   #119

How do you adopt a child that is not an adult?

Parent 1 and Parent 2 have raised Child A for 12 years. Child A is now 18 years old, and wants Parent 1 and Parent 2 to adopt him/her. How do Parent 1 and Parent 2 adopt Child A as an adult?

01/04/2007   |   Category: Guardianship   |   State: Alabama   |   #118
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