I work directly with my clients to provide practical solutions to their legal challenges. I am one of the few attorneys in Montgomery County active in the field of Collaborative Divorce, providing an alternative for parents of young children to get divorced without destroying their relationship with their kids.
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- Q. can I file a small estate affidavit on line
- A: If the County you are filing in has e-filing, you should be able to.
- Q. If my grandma signed an arbitration agreement with her nursing home but didn't understand it due to dementia, could that
- A: It depends on the details. If the date of the agreement was on or after 11/28/16 and the nursing home participates in Medicaid then CMS prevents them from using arbitration agreements. If the details don't fit into that window, then it would depend on the facts surrounding execution of the agreement.
- Q. mother passed away and had a will leaving home to me and my wife,but we aren't on the deed, what happens
- A: The Court will formally appoint an Executor when you open the probate case. The Executor will sign a distribution deed per the terms of the Will.
- Q. I am durable power of attorney for my father. Can I add my brother as a secondary POA in Texas?
- A: In most cases no, but the final outcome is determined by the language of the existing Power of Attorney document. Some versions will allow a currently acting Power of Attorney to do what you want, while others will not include that power. When in doubt, check with the attorney that drafted your current document.