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New Connecticut Wills, Trusts, Probate Legal Questions & Answers

i was willed a house that someone else took

No, you can't fight this. If a will leaves you, say, a house--for example, …

FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney answered 2 years ago

How do I go about getting proof of guardianship?

I am so sorry for your loss and for the situation.  So you are …

FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney answered 2 years ago

legal responsibilities regarding my Mother-In-Law's estate

Your mother's estate must pay her debts if the credit card company puts in …

FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney answered 2 years ago

Revoking poa

Yes; this can be done very simply. The new power of attorney needs to …

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Can I sue a visiting nurse?

No, you cannot effectively sue: First, if you have a conservator, the nurse may …

FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney answered 2 years ago