Lcdo. IVAN M ALERS
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
|US District Court for the District of Puerto Rico|
|Universidad Interamericana de Puerto Rico - School of Law||J.D. (2003)||Law|
|Honors: Cum Laude|
|Member, Colegio de Abogados de Puerto Rico|
|Member, American Bar Association|
|Abogado y Notario - Lcdo Ivan M Alers|
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|Daños y Perjuicios: Lcdo. Ivan M. Alers|
Daños y Perjuicios
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|Divorcio en Puerto Rico|
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Q: Boyfriend / girlfriend buying property
A: The law in Puerto Rico provides heirs. In this case, the children are heirs and inherit the father's participation in the condo, including debts. However, the parent may grant a will and dispose of his property as he wills, but always observing the provisions on inheritance in Puerto Rico, specifically, to matters related to real estate. Through a will, you have the free disposal of one third of the heritance. In addition, in the will, he can bequeath his participation in the condo through a bequest of specific property. That is, bequeathing specifically his participation in the condo to you.
Q: My dad passed away in 2010 in Puerto Rico, my sister was in charge of estate. I was completely left out of will.
A: In Puerto Rico, the law provides forced heirs. In general, the law reserves a minimum of 1/3 of the deceased estate to the forced heirs. A forced heir can be left out of the inheritance by disinheritance through a will and only under the grounds provided by law. If you were excluded of the testament and were not lawfully disinherited, you are entitled to request and / or require participation of inheritance. We suggest you contact an attorney in P.R. because you have to claim your rights in time.
Q: I need to get my divorce she live in puerto rico Im living in georgia because my job I cant travel there to file
A: If you want to file for divorce in P.R., we recommend you hire a lawyer in Puerto Rico. We suggest you contact a lawyer close to where she is living. However, it is probable that you can file for divorce in GA, however, you need to serve her in P.R.
Q: Can and how can I give up my part of the inheritance which I don't want any part of from Florida where I live?
A: In general, In Puerto Rico, for resign your part of the inheritance it has to be thru a public document before a Notary Public. If you are out of Puerto Rico, you have the option to give a Power of Attorney for sign the public document before the Notary Public.
Q: How can I get a copy of my divorce decree from Puerto Rico
A: You may request a copy in the CLERK'S OFFICE or inactive cases office of the court where you obtained the divorce decree. Having the case number will be helpfull to the Clerk in finding your file. If you are out of Puerto Rico, you wll need to authorized someone to request the document at the Clerk' Office. It could be a lawyer.
Q: How can I get a copy of my divorce decree
A: You may request a copy in the CLERK'S OFFICE or inactive cases office of the court where you obtained the divorce decree. Having the case number will be helpfull to the Clerk in finding your file.
Q: Diferencia entre seguro de vida y herencia?
A: En general, en P.R la herencia comprende todos los bienes, derechos y obligaciones de una persona, que no se extinguan por su muerte. Por su parte, el seguro de vida es un contrato y se pagará a aquel designado en el contrato. No es parte de la herencia. Sin embargo, el viudo o la viuda podría tener un crédito por el dinero pagado por primas a la póliza de seguro con dineros de la sociedad legal de gananciales.
Q: What is the law for a 19 yr old who did not have permission to stay in another state?
A: In general, see Puerto Rico Civil Code, art. 25 (31 L.P.R.A. §82); Art. 247(31 L.P.R.A. §901).
Q: WHAT CAN I DO? NEED MY LIFE BACK
A: I would strongly suggest you contact a medical malpractice lawyer in your area to evaluate your case. Please be advised that status of limitation may be running out.