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- Family Law
- Personal Injury
- Estate Planning
Additional Practice Area
- Notary Public
- Free Consultation
- Credit Cards Accepted
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- Puerto Rico
- English: Spoken, Written
- Spanish: Spoken, Written
- Solo Practitioner
- Molina-Ruiz Estudio Legal
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- Immigration and Bankruptcy Law Clerk
- Zambrana Law Office
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- G.A. Carlo & Associates
- Bankruptcy Law Clerk
- Thomas & Magriñá Law Offices
- Interamerican University of Puerto Rico School of Law
- J.D. (2013)
- Studied abroad: 1. Communications University of China, Beijing, China - Introduction to Chinese Law 2. Traveled to Israel for a week as part of a class on Introduction to Jewish Law System.
- Activities: Member of Asociación Nacional de Estudiantes de Derecho (ANED) Member/ co-founder of Movimiento Pro Justicia Social (MPJS) - treasurer, Vice President and Public Relations Member of Asociación para la Concienciación de Los Derechos de los Animales (ACODA) - Vice President Member of Asociación de Estudiantes de Derecho Corporativo Member of Estudiantes de Derecho Unidos Creando Conciencia Ambiental (EDUCCA)
- Universidad del Sagrado Corazón
- B.A. (2001) | Arts in Communication, major in Advertising
- Activities: Member - Asociación de Estudiantes de Publicidad Studied Abroad: Universidad de la Habana, Habana, Cuba - Particularidades del que hacer Publicitario en Cuba
- Colegio de Abogados de Puerto Rico # 20243
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- La Rama Judicial de Puerto Rico # 20700
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6 Questions Answered
- Q. My mother passed away leaving no assets but a $20,000 credit card bill.Under PR Law do her children inherit that debt?
- A: Yes. under PR law, heirs inherit both assets as well as debts. In this case, and with the information provided, I would suggest the heirs to resign their right to inherit. You should consult with an attorney since there are deadlines involved.
- Q. Im from Puerto Rico I prepared and notarized my will in New Jersey. Would that be valid in puerto rico?
- A: It really doesn't matter where you prepared your will. The important fact is that the will meets the legal criteria needed in Puerto Rico. Have a lawyer have it checked just in case.
- Q. how to find a lawyer that will take my wrongful termination case in PR
- A: There is a lawyer directory on this same page where you may find a lawyer by jurisdiction and Legal Issue. Just narrow your search for employment law and Puerto Rico and you will find a list of attorneys that can help you.
- Q. Is a spouse able to make healthcare decisions if there is no advanced directive or power of attorney?
- A: Yes, a spouse can make healthcare decisions even when there is no advanced directive or power of attorney.
- Q. Where do I find forms to file divorce by mutual agreement in Puerto Rico. We have a 17 year-old daughter.
- A: You may file your divorce petition at the clerk's office of your local courthouse (your jurisdiction depends on where you live).
- Q. My husband and I were married in Florida. I now reside in Puerto Rico. We've been seperated for ten years.
- A: Yes you can get divorced in Puerto Rico. The important part is how long have you been residing in Puerto Rico. If you have been living in Puerto Rico a minimum of a year, you can get divorced in Puerto Rico. You will need the marriage certificate, birth certificate of all the children in common, a list of properties in common (if you have a prenup, have a lawyer check if the prenup is legal in Puerto Rico), and the last address known of your ex in order to notify him.
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