Archive for the ‘last will’ tag
Tracy: My son is a beneficiary in his grandfathers will (in Minnesota). Doesn’t he have a right to see the will if he is named in it (especially if he has specifically requested to see it)? If his dad won’t show the will to him, is there any way we can get a copy of it through the probate courts?
Joe Escalante: If a will is probated, it becomes a public document. Go to the court…
If a Last Will is not notarized, will it still be a legally binding document?
Dissolving an LLC, Avoiding Probate, Child Entrepreneurs, and More Legal Advice – Free Joe Friday 8/5/11
Hi! Here’s my legal question: I recently partook in an online consumer survey. For my participation, I was to receive a $5 check. My check arrived, but it was in the amount of $25. Is their screwup my gain, or am I legally bound to notify them/return it?
What is the best way to “question” yourself if you are acting as your own attorney in family court? How do you make sure you get to tell your side of the story?
I’m looking at my first real commercial lease agreement for a bigger space.. Lots to consider in this economy! Among the 32 pages of legalese, are there any common ‘gotchas’ that I should be looking out for?
Every Friday, attorney Joe Escalante answers legal questions for free on the LegalZoom Facebook Page. Did you miss last week’s Free Joe Friday? Don’t worry. We’ve got it all right here. Jeanne: Hi Joe, It’s been a financially tough year for me too, I’ve been paying a part of my disposable income to all my […]