Estate Administration and Probate can be simpler and easier with the right lawyer. LegalSweeney.com. Serving Fairfield County CT and Westchester County NY. When someone passes away, we need to gather up all their property and distribute it to their beneficiaries. Sounds easy, but it is a bit complicated. In most cases, you need to start a court proceeding to get the power to distribute the assets which is called Probate. The court validates the Will and appoints the Executor as the person with the power to handle the estate. You will need to file the Will with the court, as well as report to the court what the assets were and how they were distributed. You also need to file state and federal tax returns. All in all, it can be a pretty complicated process involving legal, financial, business and tax skills. In addition, many assets which have a named beneficiary or are in joint name, don’t go through the probate process. There are ways to avoid probate, but it requires extensive planning. People ask me if they need a lawyer to go through the probate process. The technical answer is no, you don’t. However, the practical answer is yes, you probably do unless it is a very simple estate. Choosing the right lawyer can make the process less confusing and less complicated at this difficult time.
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Schedule your Free Consultation: https://anthonyspark.acuityscheduling.com Let’s talk about the 3 stages of the probate process here in New York. Stage 1 is Appointing an executor. Stage 2 is Administering the estate. And Stage 3 is closing the estate. Most of our clients find this very general overview of the probate process pretty helpful. The first stage is appointing an executor. The Executor is the court-appointed, legal representative of the estate. By the way, technically, if there’s no will, he’s called an Administrator instead, and some other titles for other situations. But I’m going to use “Executor” interchangeably, just because most folks are familiar with that. The Executor receives a certificate from the court called Letters Testamentary. This is his proof to the rest of world that he has the legal right to do things for the estate. Let me give you an example of how letters work: Imagine someone walks into a bank and says “my dad passed away, I’m here to close his account and collect the money.” How is the bank supposed to know if this person is actually a child? Or if there was a will that disinherited him? Or if there are other siblings or a spouse who are also entitled? When an Executor shows his court-certified Letters, the bank can release funds to him with confidence, because the Executor has shown his proof of legal authority. The same applies for real estate, insurance, pensions, and so on. How long does this Stage take? In the simplest of cases, getting an executor appointed can be as quick as 2 month. On average I’d say 3-4 months. Now let’s talk about stage 2: administering the estate. Once the court appoints an Executor, the next step is to collect the assets, organize the debts, and file taxes. Collecting assets means closing accounts, and possibly selling real estate. All the cash is then deposited into a separate bank account in the Estate’s name. This is the gross estate, or the starting total pot. Then we start cutting checks from that pot, by paying the estate’s debts and expenses. At the same time, we file and pay all final taxes. Whatever’s left is the net estate. This is what we have left to divide among the heirs. How long does administration take? This stage usually takes about 9 months to a year. Even for the simplest estates, it takes 7 months minimum, because that’s the New York state law holding period (or statute of limitations) for any unknown creditors to raise their hand and say “hey! you owe us some money, too!” The last stage is closing the estate and sending inheritance checks to the heirs. The Executor has to prepare an “Accounting.” This is a court-ledger of every dollar that went in and out of the estate. The Executor sends this Accounting to all the heirs, and anyone else who has a stake in the estate. For Heirs, this is your chance to review exactly how the Executor handled the estate. If you have any problems or questions, now is the time to say something. Once everyone agrees with the Accounting, then all the Heirs sign off by signing Receipts and Releases forms that essentially says: “I’m OK with the Executor’s work, I accept my calculated share, And I won’t sue the Executor later,” After the Executor submits all signed forms with the court, he can send out checks to the Heirs. This closing stage typically takes 1-3 months, but it really varies a lot. Some heirs want their inheritance as soon as possible. And other have lots of questions, it just depends. So start to finish, the entire probate process typically takes a bit over 1 year. But again, it varies case by case and can take several years if there’s conflict or other complications. If you’d like to learn more, I’ll be happy to try and answer your questions. If you haven’t already, you can start by calling me or sending me your contact info using the form below. One of my paralegals will call you back, so you can tell us your story. Then, I’ll be able to send you some information that matches your situation. Lastly, if everything looks like a good fit, we can schedule a one-on-one consultation to get started on your case. I hope you found this helpful. Give me a call or fill out the form below if you’d like to learn more. Bye now! Follow me on: https://business.facebook.com/anthonysparkpllc https://twitter.com/anthonyparksays
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Evan Rogers, Esq is an attorney at Rogers & Roger, Esq. For over 30 years he has been helping families in the Bronx and Westchester, NY with their Probate and Estate administration, Last Will and Testament and Advanced Health Care Directives. We offer free consultations. We are located at 4419 White Plains Road, Bronx (just north of the Walgreens). http://www.RogersandRogersEsq.com You may be in possession of the Last Will and Testament of a family member or a close friend. Probate is the name of the process of getting the Last Will and Testament before the Court so that the person who is named as Executor can be appointed by the Surrogate and become qualified to follow the instructions set down in that Last Will and Testament. Generally speaking, if the named Executor is an adult and has never been convicted of a felony, he or she can qualify as the Executor if the Will has been properly executed and preserved. The job of the attorney is to establish the validity of the Last Will and Testament and to prepare and file all of the papers necessary, make sure that the Court has jurisdiction over all distributes and legatees and prove the Will before the Court. We follow through right to the end of the process If the person had died without leaving a Last Will and Testament the process of getting a client appointed the fiduciary, or Administrator, is called a Proceeding for Administration. In our opinion it is better to know who will receive your possessions than to trust the laws of the State of New York. This is important because you may not want one of your children to receive the same as the others or you may wish a person to receive a bequest who would not be entitled to money if there was no Will. Likewise you may wish to leave money to a charity including a Church or Cancer Society. The laws of the State of New York determine who has the ability to qualify as the fiduciary. The law also sets forth the commissions, or fees that the Executor or Administrator may collect at the conclusion of the Probate or Administration process. Another difference is that the Administrator may be required to file a Bond. This is security that the Administrator will not do something illegal or unethical and deplete the estate so that there is no money for the heirs of the decedent or the lawful creditors. Outside of New York City, the Surrogate Court almost always requires a Bond be purchased by the Administrator. In the Bronx if all parties consent to the waiving of the Bond, the attorney may be able to successfully ask the Court to eliminate the Bond requirements. Here at Rogers & Rogers, we do not charge for initial consultations in matters pertaining to Estates. We can answer all of your questions regarding the process of Probate or Administration and walk you through any issues you may have BEFORE entering into a Retainer Agreement. We can also help you in preparing advanced health care directives such as LIVING WILL and HEALTH CARE PROXY as well as Durable Power of Attorney. Please go to our success stories page on our website www.rogersandrogersesq.com and feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or use our contact page to give us your question. 718 994 1640 is the phone number.
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In this week's video, Sandra A. Montanari introduces our guest Judge Mathew Greene to discuss some common issues that come up in the probate court regarding real estate. The Diamond Mortgage Group TM specializes in helping guide you throughout the mortgage or refinancing process. 15 Liberty Way Niantic, CT 06357 Telephone: 860.739.8197 Toll Free: 888.387.8884 Fax: 860.739.8220 http://www.TheDiamondMortgage.com
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Connecticut lawmakers are getting public input on several possible changes to state liquor laws.
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Everybody seems that they have a Florida will, a trust and a power of attorney, but sometimes people need a guardianship. In Florida, a guardianship, which is subject to court supervision, does have its costs and expenses, may be avoidable and the reason for that is, Florida probate courts, guardianship courts don’t want to have a guardianship case if there is another means to protect the person who needs help. A power of attorney may be one of the ways to protect someone in their property without needing a guardianship.
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Jeff Durkin with We Are Change CT breaks down a hearing that took place on Thursday January 8th at the CT Superior Court involving 17 year old Cassandra who has been receiving Chemotherapy against her wishes. The 7 Judge panel on Thursday sided with the The Department of Children and Families (DCF) for Cassandra to remain in DCF custody and to continue receiving forced Chemotherapy treatments. We break down the background of her case including the implications that this case has on heath & health freedom. Check out Fox CT Reporter Beau Berman's Twitter for his updates from inside the courtroom: https://twitter.com/BeauBermanFOXCT Follow We Are Change CT on Twitter: WeAreChangeCT @ https://twitter.com/WeAreChangeCT Steve @ https://twitter.com/StevenBoutelle Jeff @ http://twitter.com/Jeffwrcct Check out our Website: http://www.wearechangect.org Subscribe & Support: http://www.youtube.com/wearechangect LIKE us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/WRCCT
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Connecticut (ct) legal rights project. Legalzoom legal info. See durable financial power of attorney how it works and the living will for health 6 mar 2017 in this situation there are two options (1) change owner life insurance or non qualified annuity to revocable trust (note that can't be done with retirement accounts annuities because a these types assets trigger immediate income tax on them); Before protective order is entered, court conduct same hearing make findings way conservatorship petition processed can vary between different probate courts. Estate if a person is under guardianship, can the guardian change his or conservator created wills issues in litigation vincent, romeo may be able to act as successor trustee fleming conservatorship. The key to fighting your conservatorship is demonstrate that you do not meet the criteria. However, even if a conservatee is incompetent, conservator should not independently make or change conservatee's will for him the short answer that yes, it's possible to certain changes. Conservatees who are mentally competent generally maintain the right to make or change their own last will and testament. Depending on the type of claim involved, appeal will be directed to either circuit court for same county or. Didier's conservator power to do anything she could. The court may also let you use this power to change or revoke although the conservatorship itself will probably continue as long your family member lives, person serving conservator might. Parties in probate litigation have the right to appeal decision within 21 days after entry of a final order. Legalzoom can conservator change will 21601. Handbook for conservators california courts state of californianolo. Conservatorship in michigan eaton county. You should, therefore, consult your lawyer before you make important decisions as a con servator. 191 (2011) that a person can still have testamentary capacity to make a will (that is, the required mental ability), even if a court has appointed a guardian and or a conservator to care for his person and or finances guardians and conservators cannot change the protected person's designated beneficiaries of life insurance policies, retirement accounts, and the like. Call or e mail the court before partition, change character of, abandon estate property. Can a conservator change will? Can court appointed the existing will of why guardianship proceeding can lead to. About probate conservatorships the superior court of california jeffrey c. Html "imx0m" url? Q webcache. Can a conservator change will? court appointed the existing will of why guardianship proceeding can lead to. However, that does not mean they can abuse authority by changing who gets what. Nickerson law how a conservatorship works. Guardianship and conservatorship frequently asked questions for adults jazmine. Funding a trust avoids guardianship or conservatorship. How does the individual receive notice of 25 apr 2016 appointed to represent cons
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Where are guardianship proceedings initiated? | The Law Office of Jerome R. Siegel, P.A. | Practicing law for over 30 years | http://www.lawfirminflorida.com/ | (954) 229-2226 | Bradley Insurance Building - 700 East Atlantic Blvd., Suite 205, Pompano Beach, Florida 33060 A guardianship proceeding is initiated in the probate division of the jurisdictional circuit court where the person who is need of the guardianship is living. The court has jurisdiction in that area. Once they have jurisdiction, a proposed guardian can petition the court to be appointed to care for the person who needs the guardianship.
Oaths and Bonds, *Read below* I asked, and was Denied Certified/Verfied copies of these & other Oaths. ***Fraud Corruption Courts, Clerks ,Judges *** Washtenaw County, Michigan*********NOTE: I quoted wrong law (mixed up ##) excerpt in video read corrected one below. ***Secretary of State Office of the Great Seal must have records of oaths and bonds. calm down its my 2nd video ever ok ***Video is blurry for a quick second then clears Michigan Compiled Law M.C.L. 168.467(j) District court judges; oath of office. Every person elected to the office of judge of the district court, before entering upon the duties of his office, shall take and subscribe to the oath as provided in section 1 of article 11 of the state constitution, and file the same with the secretary of state and a copy with each county clerk in his district. During some time in 2015 the Washtenaw county clerks office finally obtained most or all of the judges oaths from SOS after someone's persistent inquiries however the oaths do not have any certifications/embossing/clerk/secretary seals and I don't believe the county clerk will provide any. The oaths are also questionable as to form and in the way they are signed and witnessed. A Bond is Not an Insurance Policy. A Bond guarantees Performance. An office bond protects the public, the State, and taxes(allows) liens. If you breach a contract, fail to perform services which you have been paid for, and/or fail to pay an account which services were obtained, the bond could be liened. When the bond company pays out damages, this value must be paid back to the bonding company. Hiring an attorney to defend the suit could cost you over $4,000.00 in costs to you and you still need to repay the bonding company. An INSURANCE POLICY compensates property loss. An INSURANCE POLICY has a limit of coverage which will be available for defense and damages. You pay a little and the insurance company pays up to the limit of coverage. This limit is typically $1,000,000 for an occurrence. The damages paid out by the company will not be required to be paid back. You may have a deductible required per the policy conditions and that's it.
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In simple terms, probate is the procedure that is followed and monitored by the court system to denote and collect a decedent or deceased individual’s assets, satisfy their debts and allocate their assets to the rightful heirs. http://www.affordableprobateattorney.com/ If you need legal help with Probate and would like to schedule a free consultation with our Probate Attorney, call our Tampa law office today. All textual and verbal content © 2015 HD video clips Beachfront B-Roll http://www.beachfrontbroll.com/
Berg Bryant Elder Law Group, PLLC 4540 Southside Blvd. Suite 302 Jacksonville, Florida 32216 United States An advance directive is a document that specifies the type of medical and personal care you would want should you lose the ability to make and communicate your own decisions. In Florida, the primary advance directive is called a "Designation of Healthcare Surrogate."
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Steiner v. Steiner http://www.2dca.org/opinions/Opinion_Pages/Opinion_Pages_2015/March/March%2004,%202015/2D13-5083.pdf Neither party were incapacitated....then ordered to pay absurd fees. As we concluded in Klatthaar, "[c]hapter 744 simply does not contemplate the payment of fees and costs from an alleged incapacitated person absent the establishment of a guardianship." 129 So. 3d at 486. The trial court's final order awarding fees and order determining responsible party are thus reversed. Additionally, because of both the immediate and potential long-term implications of the gap in section 744.331(7), we again urge the legislature to address the statutory gap by clarifying which party is responsible for paying the attorney's fees in this situation. Weidner Law Florida Appellate Court Oral Argument Video This oral argument video is on the case: 2D13-5083 Weidner Law represents individuals in legal actions and provides initial consultations within a wide range of legal actions. Practice areas include consumer law, bankruptcy, foreclosure defense, veteran and servicemember claims and estate planning. The law firm also represents clients in state and federal court appeals. Matt Weidner and the attorneys of Weidner Law practice only in the state of Florida. Visit our Website: http://mattweidnerlaw.com Visit our Youtube Channel: Matthew Weidner Weidner Law 250 Mirror Lake North St. Petersburg, Florida 33701 727-954-8752
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Do you know which are the common Health Care documents used in elder law estate planning in North Carolina? This short video describes five key health care documents you will need, including the Health Care POA, the Advance Directive, HIPAA release, MOST, and DNR. Contact us at www.dougkoeniglaw.com
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This 9-minute video talks about the rights of surviving spouses in Utah, and how they can affect your estate plan. These rights include the spousal elective share, and the right to nullify a premarital Will. Many of these rights, while well-intentioned, can destroy an estate plan in blended family situations. Well-drafted Wills, prenuptial agreements, and other instruments can help ensure that spousal rights are not an unknown variable in an estate plan. A full transcript is included in the captions. Find out more on our website: http://mellinglaw.com Request a free consultation: http://mellinglaw.com/consultation/ Check out our blog: http://mellinglaw.com/updates/ Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/mellinglaw Melling Law is a professional corporation providing Cedar City and Southern Utah with estate planning services including Wills, Trusts, Advance Health Care Directives, Powers of Attorney, and Asset Protection. We also provide Probate services for family members of those who have passed away. We limit our practice to Estate Planning and Probate matters to provide our clients with quality service.
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Does the court have jurisdiction over my life insurance policy? The court can take jurisdiction of a life insurance policy. It's important to know that only a whole life policy actually has cash value. But the court can order you to continue a term life insurance policy, which has no cash value, but can be an asset. Discover more in this video about life insurance in divorce cases from Joe Dipietro of DiPietro, PLLC. We are a Divorce and Family Law Attorney, located in McLean Virginia From our office in McLean, we serve clients throughout Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia in communities including, Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax, Falls Church, Mt. Vernon, Reston, Springfield, Tysons Corner, Vienna and other surrounding areas. DiPietro PLLC 1660 International Drive #470 McLean, Virginia 22102 (703) 370-5555 http://www.vafamilyanddivorcelaw.com
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Open to society’s most vulnerable – the aged and the disabled – elderly housing has had documented problems for decades. News 8 unveils findings from their year-long investigation.
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https://www.youtube.com/user/lawtubechannel to subscribe to our newest legal videos. http://www.lawtube.com to check out our Video Law Library. Attorney Tom Olsen is host of the Olsen on Law Radio Show on FM 96.5 WDBO in Orlando. You can reach Tom at 407-423-5561 or email@example.com. Tom has been answering legal questions on his radio show for over 30 years and has been practicing law in Orlando, Florida for over 30 years. Also, TEXT or call Chrissy Merrill at 407-808-8398 with your legal questions. The Olsen on Law Radio Show is the longest running legal radio show in the world. Produced by Professional Media Ideas. Call or text Chrissy Merrill at 407-808-8398 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org Transcript: Attorney Tom Olsen: Jason, you're on News 96.5. Go ahead. Jason: Hey, how you doing? I inherited some property about 16 years ago from my grandmother. It never went through probate. Originally, I couldn't locate the will. About a year or two after she passed, we located the will. I have just been paying taxes on it all these years. What would be the easiest way for me to get this property legal in my name? Attorney Tom Olsen: Jason, it will require probate. There is no law that says that you had to start that probate within two weeks, two months, two years, or 20 years. You can do probate whenever you want to. The bottom line, Jason, is that piece of property will remain in your grandmother's name until you do a probate. The result of that probate will be a court order that says that piece of property belongs to you. That court order acts like a deed. Once you do that, it'd be yours to do with as you please. Jason, we could certainly assist you with that if you want? Jason: I appreciate all your information and thank you for that.
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California AB937 amended the Probate Code to clarify and codify conservatees' rights to visitation, phone calls, and personal mail. The bill passed 6-1 at the Senate Judiciary Committee. Comments from elder advocate Linda Kincaid are attached below. ___________________________ RE: Support for AB 937 as written Conservatee's rights are violated across California. Those violations extend to all levels of government. In San Bernardino County, my mother was taken from her home, hidden from family, and isolated for 15 months. The conservator allowed no visitation and severely restricted phone calls. • The investigating Deputy ordered me not to call my mother. He threatened me with arrest if I visited my mother. He threatened to charge me with elder abuse if I reported his misconduct. • His sergeant threatened that any attempt to contact my mother would be considered a criminal act. • Adult Protective Services determined the kidnapping, false imprisonment, and isolation were civil matters. • The Long-Term Care Ombudsman ignored calls for over a year, and then sent a letter refusing to provide mandated services. • Community Care Licensing cited the facility for violating my mom's right to visitation. They did not require a correction. • The Deputy DA told family, "There is nothing out of the ordinary. Stop calling!" The situation was indeed "nothing out of the ordinary." In Santa Clara County, the Public Guardian isolated Gisela Riordan and Lillie Scalia beginning in 2010. Gisela was allowed no visitors, phone calls, or mail for over two years. Lillie was isolated for a year. DSS Director Will Lightbourne wrote: [Conservatorship] includes the right to control just who is an appropriate visitor to the conservatee.... In regards to Ms. Riordan, the Public Guardian has determined that you are not to have any contact with Ms. Riordan. DSS Chief Counsel Greta Wallace wrote: [T]he Public Guardian ... has the delegated authority to determine appropriate visitors for Ms. Riordan.... The above restrictions are well within the law and cannot be viewed as a violation of Ms. Riordan's personal rights. Personal rights were restored to Gisela and Lille after media coverage by ABC7. Other conservatees are not so fortunate. In San Joaquin County, the Public Guardian isolated Maria Jordanou from her family for the last month of her life. Maria died believing her family abandoned her. In Los Angeles County, Helen Kasof was allowed only limited visitation with her son for 15 months. In Sacramento County, David Fetgather, a young man with Down syndrome, is allowed to see his father only on alternate weekends. In Stanislaus County, June Guinn has not seen her family since 2008. The conservator will not disclose June's location, and family fears that June is dead. Advocates for the rights of elders and dependent adults urge your support for AB937. We also request a follow up oversight hearing.
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I left to work on a commercial fishing trip after numerous interactions with DCF they told me everything was fine to go fishing. They pushed my daughters mother to file for emergency custody while I was away fishing, before this they "were concerned" about my daughter being at her mothers house & my judgement as a parent. I left my daughter with her grandmother for a couple days & then she went & stayed with my girlfriend who is mother to autistic son & this girl really is a sweetheart to me & my daughter & we are blessed to have her. I recorded EVERYTHING with DCF, they did not like this. This is my right & I will execute my right when someone is trying to take my daughter UNWARRANTED w/o ALLEGATIONS except by an angry X girlfriend with open DCF cases... This is happening across the country kids turning up missing, dead, & in the hands of felons because they don't even do background checks on the people they are allowing to be foster parents...... This is UNAMERICAN, I questioned these people & it only furthered this attack but just like everyone says I have nothing to hide so I continued to defend myself with my camera in my hand & came up with alot of video. They told me it was against the law to record, A LIE. I called DCF -TERRORISTS- they said I was threatening them LOL! Was kick out of ESSEX PROBATE COURT for saying -BUTTDIALED- after over 26 days? on a fishing boat in GLOUCESTER, MA with little sleep in 2 days I appeared day after BOGUS order is issued 5-27-2014 to remove my child from where I as her father had left her so I could work. JUDGE BLAKE of ESSEX PROBATED COURT never looked at my case was aware I just came in from fishing aware of the wrong doing because DCF spoke to them, she had signed the order removing my child the day before & because of my appearance off a boat & the fact I said BUTTDIALED she kicked me out of court?? No one has anything to worry about until they knock at your door, if it can happen to me it can happen to you or WILL happen to someone you know... I'm an AMERICAN I know my right this is dead wrong.. Please repost this if your a good parent.. This is a link to my FACEBOOK page for Sophia with all video I have recorded in order please repost! Thank you! https://www.facebook.com/people/James-Sharpe/100007620977191#_=_ LINKS TO PAGES THAT HAVE HELPED ME PROTECT MYSELF and other links people should be aware of. Mass DCF OLGA ROCHE resigns as commissioner replacement has 1 month DCF experence & Olga stays on 130K a year as advisor so what does she know about these deaths she's not telling or who is she protecting?? http://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2014/04/29/one-day-after-top-state-leaders-call-for-dismissal-dcf-chief-olga-roche-patrick-administration-hold-press-conference/nB6hGFhKcsjVAWkQW38i7L/story.html This website will instruct you on what to do if you are being harassed by DCF & the dirty tricks they will play on you & your family. http://www.massoutrage.com/ma/cps-resources/dcf-dirty-tricks/ WHO DID THIS INVESTIGATION? DEVAL PATRICK himself?? http://www.boston.com/news/local/massachusetts/2014/05/28/report-mass-dcf-not-responsible-for-boy-death/lTgsuwFwglBpTmB44BmGWN/story.html HOW DCF KEEP 30 CHILD DEATHS off the BOOK!! They told me I was PARANOID..... http://www.miamiherald.com/2014/06/01/4151260/how-dcf-kept-30-child-deaths-off.html http://www.bostonglobe.com/2014/02/27/hundreds-kids-may-missing-state-welfare-system/t5qc84Uzd8LWiphMl5ecFP/story.html THE CONSTITUTION of the UNITED STATES of AMERICA! Read this people learn the laws we have in this country stop believing the lies.. http://constitutionus.com/ THESE ARE OUR LAWS EVERYTHING SINCE WAS CHANGED FOR $$$$ & POWER.. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_amendments_to_the_United_States_Constitution CPS Worker is whistle blower https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I0OiNdj2aP4 I am a good AMERICAN & I pledge allegiance to the flag & I will defend my rights because if I do not my daughter may not have the same rights as me one day.. TOGETHER WE STAND & DIVIDED WE FALL! I love you Sophie, Daddy misses you... Sorry.. Posted on 6/1/2014 Please repost!
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http://myestateplanlawyer.com/ An estate planning lawyer will help establish a power of attorney, living trust, and a health care proxy to protect you in your living years.It is important to consult with an estate planning attorney to ensure you not only have a plan established, but that your plan is valid and recognized under the current state laws. The attorney will also work with you to establish a will and/or testamentary provisions within your living trust to protect those you leave behind. These measures can prevent your property from being distributed according to the provisions intestacy statutes. Consequently, if these statutes are controlling your situation it means you have lost control over who receives your assets and who is appointed your children's' guardians. The Power of Attorney is a legal document which authorizes another person to manage your financial affairs. There are two types of powers of attorney. The first is a general durable power of attorney which gives power to another person known as an "attorney-in-fact" immediately. The second is a springing power of attorney which gives power to another person known as an "attorney-in-fact" only at the time which you have suffered a physical or mental incapacity. By having a power attorney drafted by an estate planning lawyer you can avoid the frustration, delay, and costly conservatorship process should you become incapacitated. The conservatorship process ultimately requires a judge to appoint a conservator who may in fact be a complete stranger to the family. An estate planning lawyer can help individuals create a last will or establish a trust to protect inheritance assets in the event of their death. It is important to select a probate law attorney who listens to your needs and provides sound advice for developing strategies which benefit designated beneficiaries. If you have several properties and assets under your name, it is best to consider planning and organizing them with the help of an estate planning lawyer. To you it may still be early to think of your family's future, particularly your children. But no one really knows what will happen, so it is best to prepare ahead to prevent issues and possible parties to take advantage of the situation. Putting your assets, such as real estate properties, in place as early as now will ensure peace of mind for both you and your family. Establishing a will is also important if you have already stopped working and enjoying your retirement years. Your will can be prepared with the help of your attorney who can draft the necessary conditions and allocations based on your decisions. I'm Richard Seff and I'm an estate planning attorney and that is really all that is all that I do. That is my only specialty. So, a common question that I get from people was: "What is the difference between a will and a trust?" A Will is your ticket to probate. Plain and simple.Think of a trust as will substitute, but it avoids probate. Like a will a living trust is a legal document that provides for the management and distribution of your assets after you pass away. It avoids probate because the trust is used to hold legal title to your assets. That that's all it really is. Another advantage is that, and this is important, is that it allows for the management of your affairs in case of incapacity, for will is only for death. So, then with the trust there's not a need for a conservatorship process. 5023 N. Parkway Calabasas Calabasas, CA 91302 Estate Planning Information, Answers, and FAQ's https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8TvconB46b0&list=PLkNkO0AgMca2oUhja01Rek7S7T-2Xm4RU More related videos On the Budget Estate Planning And Wills Chatsworth, CA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Spa5r-to_mc Practical Estate Planning And Wills Calabasas, CA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QKeTkqYBU8s #probatelawyers #estateplanning #estateplanningattorney Visit My Channel And Watch More Videos For: estate planning review,estate planning bonus,estate planning attorneys,estate planning lawyers,estate planning law, estate planning trusts,wills and estate planning,inheritance planning,trusts and estate planning,estate plans,attorney estate,estate planning trust,estate planning information, personal estate planning,estate planning and wills,lawyer estate planning,estate planning and trusts,estate planning will, estate planning wills,estate trust planning,financial and estate planning,estate planning tax,estates planning,legal estate planning,living trust,elder law,probate law,estate attorney,estate planning checklist,estate administration,trust planning,estate planning documents,will vs living trust,what is living trust,estate tax planning,will planning
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For a consultation with one of our Albany NY Estate Planning / Administration / Living Will Attorneys, call 1-888-Law4Life, or visit http://www.tullylegal.com. Estate settlement is simply the process whereby the estate of a person who has passed away (decedent) is handled according to the applicable laws and facts. When a decedent passes away with a will, the will is usually probated in the New York State Surrogate's Court. After expenses, taxes and debts are paid, the remaining assets are distributed according to the terms of the will. When a decedent passes away without a will, he or she is said to be "intestate". After expenses, taxes and debts are paid, the remaining assets are distributed according to the "intestacy laws" or "laws of descent and distribution" in New York State. The estate settlement process is much broader than just probating a will or distributing assets pursuant to the intestacy laws of the State. It can be very complicated with numerous legal issues and filing requirements. An experienced estate settlement attorney should be consulted to help guild the person who will be handling the settlement of the estate.
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adult protective service Guardian Program corruption only want to take control and not help adult senior need,justice for older adults senior they want stay with person love not in a nursing homes April 12, 2011 THURSTON COUNTY— They ae appointed by the courts to help people, many of them elderly, but friends of one Thurston County woman said her court-appointed guardian hasn't done a thing. Now, 95-year-old Eleanor Barrick worries she'll be forced out of her home. Age doesn't keep Barrick from feeding chickens and pulling weeds on the land her family has owned for more than 70 years. She doesn't like asking for help, but pays a caregiver to do things around the house. Last year, the court appointed a guardian to help pay her bills and manage her affairs. The problem is that the bills haven't been paid. Her neighbor, Don Wolph, has called several of her creditors to explain the situation and keep her lights on. "She`s got a shut-off notice," he said. "They canceled her medical insurance through AARP for non-payment — that was back in December." Court records show that a guardian was put in charge of paying Barrick's bills last November. Since then she was transferred to a new guardian. Barrick admits it's hard not having control over the situation "It is in a way, it makes me feel like I'm imposing," she said. "But that's their job, they're getting paid to do that." Q13 FOX News talked with Barrick's guardian by phone last week. Pam Privette with Sound Guardianship declined to talk on camera, but said they're trying to locate Barrick's assets. Privette said they hope to make some payments this week, but Don Wolph is skeptical. "If I need to, I'll step in and pay the bills and she can reimburse me," he said. "I'm not rich, but she needs the help." He added that "she`s $2,200 in debt from past due bills — that's a lot." Right now Wolph said Barrick doesn't have health insurance or homeowners insurance, and the newspaper will not deliver to her anymore. Through it all, Barrick has kept her sense of humor. Still, it's obvious this is taking a toll on the elderly woman. "I would like to have things settled, but I don't want to have to leave the place," she said. Her biggest fear is that she'll be forced her out of her house. "It`s better than putting me in a nursing home."
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https://mattweidnerlaw.com/what-is-probate-and-estate-administration-in-florida/ What is probate and estate administration? The Probate and estate administration process is the procedure by which the court supervises the disposition of someone's assets after they've died. If the person that died has a home, cars, stock accounts or other assets those need to be brought before the court so that the court can supervise how the assets are transferred to loved ones or friends that may have some interest in a will. Matthew Weidner | Weidner Law | Probate Lawyers | 727-954-8752 | http://mattweidnerlaw.com/ | email@example.com | 250 Mirror Lake Dr N, St Petersburg, FL 33701
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http://www.estateplanningelderlawct.com Don't go broke in a nursing home! Call 860-774-5367 and protect your family today. You'll get answers on life estates, living wills and Will and Trusts in CT. Life Estates are planning tools that we utilize to protect your assets when looking at future nursing home costs. Elder Law Title 19 attorney James Scheibeler of Danielson CT describes how a life estate can often allow a surviving house to live for their life, penalty free in the family home. Learn more about how we can help you with wills and trusts. In our practice, an elderly couple came to me, whom I knew, and the wife announced that she had terminal liver cancer with two months to live. They were cash poor, but they had very valuable real estate. The husband who was in his early 80's had Alzheimer's, so when he lost his wife and caregiver, we knew long-term care would be necessary for him in the foreseeable future. What I did was we quitclaimed the real estate to the wife because transfers from one spouse to another are not penalized. We then, in her will, left the real estate to the husband for life with the remainder to their children. Life estates are not considered marketable and if the children refuse to purchase the life estate from the parent, the department of social services cannot penalize that transaction. Two months later, predictably, the wife died, the husband entered a convalescent home, and we immediately applied for Title 19, and the department of social services said the only reason you did that was to get qualified for Medicaid, and I said, Precisely! So it was shipped up to the Attorney Generals office, and many people ventured their opinions, but in the end, the case was won. Later on, I decided for other clients, that if they divided up their assets between them, they could each have wills in trust or outright left the property to the surviving spouse but only for life, and then to the children -- we could protect half of everything that family had accumulated during life. Protect your family TODAY - call for a no fee consultation 860-774-5367 Scheibeler & Herzog 35 Academy St Danielson, CT 06239 860-774-5367 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2GBK3Je213w
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Diamond Mortgage Group CT Update #13 - Life Insurance Policies http://TheDiamondMortgage.com In this week's video, Diane H. DeLauro introduces our guest Lorraine Sanborn to discuss how a life insurance policy can protect your family and the different types to choose from. To contact Lorraine, call: 860.448.2243 or visit http://www.SanbornConsultants.net for more information. The Diamond Mortgage Group 15 Liberty Way Niantic, CT 06357 Tel: 860.739.8197 Fax: 860.739.8220 Toll Free: 888.387.8884 http://TheDiamondMortgage.com http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CHPFE-Mudxo
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Part I of a II part interview with Dwayne Fuller of Striffler Hamby Mortuary discussing the benefits of pre-planning funeral arrangements including information about written wills, power of attorney, probate court, and so many other items that can blindside you all at once, after a loved one has passed on.
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Phoenix estate planning lawyer Bernie Rethore discusses how doctors or courts determine incompetency. Pfarr & Rethore is an estate planning, probate and trust administration law firm with offices in Phoenix, AZ and Essex, CT. http://www.p-rlaw.com/
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Letters Testamentary (aka Letters of Authority) are the official court documents authorizing an executor to act on behalf of a probate estate. These documents give the executor the power to carry out the legal requirements of the probate estate process. Valente Law can help obtain Letters of Authority and help guide you through the entire probate estate administration process. Call us now at (330) 665-5000 to get started.
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http://lindsaysavona.com. Lindsay is an expert Connecticut divorce attorney specializing is CT divorce issues including division of marital assets, child custody, child support child visitation and protective orders. Lindsay is considered an expert as a Connecticut divorce attorney and will really go to bat for your bst interests. Know someone in need a good divorce attorney, share this link http://youtu.be/ll_F3plzkdc Give Lindsay a call at 860-444-9202 Law Office Of Lindsay Savona, LLC 185 Boston Post Road Waterford CT 06385 860-444-9202 http://lindsaysavona.com
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This video is aboutImportant Documents to Have On Hand and key steps to care for your elderly parent at home. It highlights three important documents to have regarding your elderly loved ones. Thanks for watching! 📚 Buy the Book: http://a.co/75J4DpM 📆 Book a consult: http://prestigehealthcareresources.com/consult/ 📺 View other Videos in this series: https://goo.gl/qqgHC5 Follow Us: ● Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/prestige.healthcare.7/ ● LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/2960725/ ● Website - http://prestigehealthcareresources.com/ ● Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
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Home Care in New York: Having the Talk About Long-Term Care with Mom and Dad. The Perfect Home Care - Providing the Best in Hourly and Live-In Home Care Companions in Westchester County and New York City. Call Toll Free (855) 855-5728 Find the Perfect Home Care in Your Community http://www.ThePerfectHomeCare.com 855-855-5728 To see more of our live educational presentations and conversations, visit our Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/perfecthomecaretoday Below is the replay from our live event! Today, people are living longer than ever before. And with advanced age often comes the need for care. Meanwhile, the traditional caregivers, the middle-aged adults in the family – by today’s standards that means 40-, 50-, even 60-somethings (i.e., us!) – have demanding careers and busy lives of their own. As a result, many mid-lifers today are faced with balancing these things with not only active involvement in their grandchildren’s or adult children’s lives but also an increasing responsibility for the well-being of an elder loved one. Nearly 80 percent of these “sandwiched” caregivers are women. And, on average, they can expect to spend 18 years of their lives helping an aging parent, often while caring for a younger family member, too. Adults age 85 and older are the fastest growing segment of our population, and 58 percent of the over-85 population is disabled in some way. This is a daunting challenge for today’s caregivers. Growing older does not automatically bring incapacity, but when it does, physical and cognitive changes can come on quite suddenly. Thus, it is critical to recognize that it is never too soon to talk with your elderly parents or relatives about the future. It is just another form of family planning. Having the Talk- Topics Include: • the parent’s lifestyle interests • concerns and directives for medical care • financial-management issues • long-term care insurance • housing choices • options for care Instead of directly asking, “So, do you have long-term care insurance?” or “We’ve noticed you are having trouble taking care of yourself,” begin the discussion in the context of a relative or friend’s experience. For example, “This is what happened to Aunt Mary. We want to be better prepared.” Or put the discussion in the context of your own life, such as, “I’m starting to plan for the time when I might have trouble taking care of myself. This is where my documents are. I’ve signed a health-care proxy. Have you made any of these plans yourself?” It helps if you “own” the problem. Avoid saying, “You know, Mom, since you had the stroke, you really can’t take care of yourself anymore; you need help.” Instead, try saying, “Since you had the stroke, I can’t sleep or concentrate at work. I’m so worried about you being on your own and being able to take care of things. Would you help me by coming to talk with someone who can help?” Most elders are not going to be resistant if it is expressed in the context of putting their adult children at ease. While many adult children don’t end up playing an active role in their elder relative’s planning process, eldercare experts point out the importance of knowing who to go to when the time comes – the attorney, the health-care surrogate, and so on. Listen to the responses you get, and let your parents know you care about them and want to be able to follow through with their wishes. Warning Signs That It’s Time to Talk: • Any major behavioral or functional changes. • An accumulation of diagnoses (more than two). • Falls or repeated hospitalizations. • Short-term memory problems. • Periods of confusion or disorientation. • Calls from your parent’s friends/neighbors expressing concern. • More frequent requests for help or support. • Weight loss over the past year. If you live far from your parents, you may need to make frequent visits to assess their situation and reach out to their friends, neighbors and clergy for accurate information between your visits. Contact us today, we can be your “eyes and ears”!
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http://www.ohalllaw.com : Laurie Ohall is a board certified Elder Law attorney with license to practice in both Florida and Ohio. When clients come to our firm, they often have a specific goal in mind. Some individuals want to create a plan that will protect a family member, while others are interested in protecting a minor child or planning for a second marriage. At the Law Offices of Laurie E. Ohall, we work with clients to determine the best way to achieve their goals, whatever they may be. Our attorney, Laurie Ohall, drafts and reviews the following estate planning documents with clients: Power of attorney: A power of attorney allows you to name the person who will step into your shoes when you are unable to make decisions. There are various power of attorney documents, including those pertaining to both finances and healthcare. Wills: It is important to decide who will receive your assets at the time of your death. Without a will, that decision is left to the court. Trusts: Trusts are another way to leave your assets to your loved ones. A trust can also help you avoid probate and take care of loved ones who may not be able to handle an outright distribution of money. With a trust, a successor trustee takes over when you die Special Needs Trust: A special needs trust ensures that a disabled individual (such as a minor child, an adult child, or a disabled spouse) receives support without losing any government benefits they might be receiving; the trust can then help the disabled individual with paying for things that the government benefits might not cover Health care directives: A health care directive names a specific person to carry out your medical wishes. Having a person named can eliminate problems in the event of a medical emergency. For more information about planning documents, please contact the Brandon, FL Estate Planning Offices of Laurie Ohall today at (813) 438-8503. The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. Before you decide, ask us to send you free written information about our qualifications and experience. This web site is designed for general information only. The information presented at this site should not be construed to be formal legal advice nor the formation of a lawyer/client relationship.
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What is DISCLAIMER OF INTEREST? What does DISCLAIMER OF INTEREST mean? DISCLAIMER OF INTEREST meaning - DISCLAIMER OF INTEREST definition - DISCLAIMER OF INTEREST explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. In the law of inheritance, wills and trusts, a disclaimer of interest (also called a renunciation) is an attempt by a person to renounce their legal right to benefit from an inheritance (either under a will or through intestacy) or through a trust. "If a trustee disclaims an interest in property that otherwise would have become trust property, the interest does not become trust property." There are a number of reasons why a person might wish to avoid an inheritance, particularly if the proceeds would only go to their creditors, or if it would drastically affect their income tax liabilities. Under the common law, a person who disclaimed their interest would be treated as though they had died before the trust or will came into effect. This was a sensible option if the disclaiming party was an heir by descent, whose own children would then take in his place and without the imposition of a gift tax. The disclaimer must be in writing and submitted to the court overseeing the disposition of the estate within a legally specified time period, which is usually nine months after the death of the person from whom the disclaiming party stands to inherit, or twelve months after the creation of a trust by a living person. An affidavit may be required in which the disclaiming party must swear that he has not received any consideration (i.e., compensation) for the disclaimer. The disclaimer must also occur before the disclaiming party has enjoyed any benefits of the trust or inheritance. Many jurisdictions now have statutes that prohibit a disclaimer when the individual is insolvent or receiving certain public benefits due to low income. A disclaimer of interest is irrevocable. It must be a complete, and not a partial disclaimer. Such a disclaimer can be made by a legal guardian on behalf of a person who lacks the capacity to make the disclaimer themselves, but this usually requires the finding by a court that the disclaimer is in the ward's best interest. In addition to the more typical disclaimer under wills, an individual may also be able to disclaim his interest as the beneficiary of a life insurance policy or employee benefit plans. It may also apply to concurrent interests in real property that automatically transfer after death by operation of law rather than by the rules of inheritance (such as joint tenancies or tenancies by the entirety).
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Amy Todisco visits Stream of Conscience to discuss her campaign for Probate Judge in Trumbull, Easton and Monroe. Amy talks about her 27 years of experience as an estate planning and probate attorney and how this experience will allow her to hit the ground running as a Probate Judge. Episode 104a was filmed in The Studio for Acting, Singing, and Video in Westport, CT on October 12th, 2012. Brought to you by Democracy for America Fairfield County: www.democracyforct.net
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Effective January 1, 2017, Connecticut attorneys will be required to attend a minimum of 12 credit hours of continuing legal education (CLE) as part of their license requirement. On November 7, 2016, the MCLE Commission offered a presentation on the new obligation and answered questions as to what type of CLE is appropriate, how to report compliance and who may be exempt from the obligation. Attorneys who view this video will earn 1.5 credit of CLE in ethics that can be applied towards their 2017 MCLE requirement. For more information, visit http://www.jud.ct.gov/MCLE/.
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